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Up until the mid-3rd century, the Roman state ’ s payments appear to have been unbalanced, with far more products sent to Britain, to support its large military force ( which had reached c. 53, 000 by the mid-2nd century ), than were extracted from the island.
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Up until now, the networks have grudgingly run half-hour tapes at 5 P.M. or sometimes 7 or 10:30 P.M..
Up until that time it had been possible to make cutters for making gear teeth, but they were good for only one sharpening.
Up until recently, this heat pump method of warming air was efficient only in areas of mild winters and when outside temperatures were above 40 degrees.
Up until the 1950s, Abensberg and the surrounding villages contained a number of graves of victims of a Death March in the Spring of 1945 from the Hersbruck sub-camp of the Dachau concentration camp, who were either murdered by the SS or died of exhaustion.
Up until the 18th century, amethyst was included in the cardinal, or most valuable, gemstones ( along with diamond, sapphire, ruby, and emerald ).
Up until World War I some armies made artillery responsible for all forward ammunition supply because the load of small arms ammunition was trivial compared to artillery.
Up until World War II it was still possible to regard the city as being a settlement of narrow streets localized to some part of the harbor or the Gulf of Ajaccio ; such bucolic descriptions do not fit the city of today, and travellogues intended for mountain or coastal recreational areas do not generally apply to Corsica's few big cities.
Up until the 14th century European mail was made of alternating rows of riveted rings and solid rings.
Up until July 2002, almost all member congregations of the CUC were also members of the Unitarian Universalist Association ( UUA ).
Up until this time Elijah has only the word of God to guide him, but now he is told to go outside the cave and " stand before the Lord.
Up until this time, although he had been defacto monarch, he had retained the title of Crown Prince.
Up until the mid-1930s, the majority of fighters in the US, the UK, Italy and Russia remained fabric-covered biplanes.
Up until about 360, theological debates mainly dealt with the divinity of the Son, the second person of the Trinity.
Up until the Colts ' back-to-back titles, the Giants had been the premier club in the NFL, and would continue to be post-season stalwarts the next decade losing three straight finals.
Up the Walls of the World published in 1978 was her first full length novel, up until then she worked and built a reputation only in the field of short stories.
Up until this point, Highland tartans held regional associations rather than being identified with any particular clan.
Up until 1835, five more colonies were started by American Societies other than the ACS, and one by the U. S. government, all on the same West African coast.
Up until the fourth tour in 1877, led by Lillywhite, touring teams had played first-class games against the individual colonial sides, but Lillywhite felt that his side had done well enough against New South Wales to warrant a game against an All Australian team.
Up and century
Up to the turn of the century, contraception was condemned by all Christian churches as immoral, unnatural and contrary to divine law.
Up to the twelfth or thirteenth century, the duty of the Apostolic-or Roman Chancery was to prepare and expedite the pontifical letters and writs for collation of church dignities and other matters of grave importance which were discussed and decided in Consistory.
Up to the discoveries of bulk amethyst in Brazil in the 19th century, amethyst was considered a precious stone as well, going back to ancient Greece.
Up to the 7th century, this journey was intended for religious reasons by the pagan Arabs to pay homage to their shrine, and to drink from the Zamzam Well.
Up to the 18th century, the instrument was called in Italian, the language used in writing music, whereas the instrument we today call the flute was called.
Up until the mid-twentieth century, the use of the word Adoshem, combining the first two syllables of " Adonai " with the last syllable of " Hashem "', was quite common.
Up to the 13th century the Scandinavians and Henry of Livonia in his chronicle called the town Lindanisa: Lyndanisse in Danish, Lindanäs in Swedish, also mentioned as Ledenets in Old East Slavic.
* Probably 3rd century – Jonah Swallowed and Jonah Cast Up, two statuettes of a group from the eastern Mediterranean, probably Asia Minor, are made.
Up until the 12th century AD, it was the lingua franca of the Irrawaddy valley — not only in the Mon kingdoms of the lower Irrawaddy valley but also of upriver Burman kingdom of Pagan ( Bagan ).
Up until the early 20th century, it was mainly visited by the European royals and elites, including Emperor Wilhelm II of Germany and Empress Elisabeth of Austria ; today it is also widely visited by middle class families ( primarily from the UK, Scandinavia and Germany ), leading to mass tourism.
Up to his final work, he appeared to be the physicist who most sought that dimension of action which Max Planck, at the beginning of the 20th century, had shown to be the only universal unity ( with his dimension of entropy ).
Up until the 18th century they were more properly known as les Vichois which stems from the Occitan name of the town, Vichèi.
Up until the 20th century, there were influential movements of Serb Catholics in Dubrovnik, Muslim Serbs, as well as Protestants in Vojvodina.
The term " lucifer " persisted as slang in the 20th century ( for example in the First World War song Pack Up Your Troubles ) and in the Netherlands and Belgium today matches are still called lucifers.
Up until the mid-20th century, in much of the United States, an attorney often had to follow an objection with an exception to preserve the issue for appeal.
Up until the late nineteenth century the play's themes were considered far too gruesome to be studied and appreciated.
All Fours, also known as High-Low-Jack or Seven Up, is an English tavern trick-taking card game that was popular as a gambling game until the end of the 19th century.
Up to the twelfth century, most manuscripts were produced in monasteries in order to add to the library or after receiving a commission from a wealthy patron.
Up to the mid-nineteenth century, Camberwell was visited by Londoners for its rural tranquillity and the reputed healing properties of its mineral springs.