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Whatever conflicts existed between the two men, Antony remained faithful to Caesar but it is worth mentioning that according to Plutarch ( paragraph 13 ) Trebonius, one of the conspirators, had ' sounded him unobtrusively and cautiously ... Antony had understood his drift ... but had given him no encouragement: at the same time he had not reported the conversation to Caesar '.
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Whatever and conflicts
Whatever animosity Katrina may or may not bear towards men, she has proven herself capable of working alongside them with a minimum of personality conflicts.
Whatever and existed
The very citadel of spoils politics, the hitherto impregnable fortress that had existed unshaken since it was erected on the foundation laid by Andrew Jackson, was tottering to its fall under the assaults of this audacious and irrepressible young man .... Whatever may have been the feelings of the ( fellow Republican party ) President ( Harrison ) — and there is little doubt that he had no idea when he appointed Roosevelt that he would prove to be so veritable a bull in a china shop — he refused to remove him and stood by him firmly till the end of his term.
Whatever initial movement toward democracy existed in Uzbekistan in the early days of independence seems to have been overcome by the inertia of the remaining Soviet-style strong centralized leadership.
Whatever language distinctions may once have existed, these have been decreasing rather than increasing: "... in the main, Moldovan in its standard form was more Romanian by the 1980s than at any point in its history ".
Whatever hereditary claim might have existed was subsequently brought to Sancho through his wife Mayor of Castile, heiress to the Ribagorza counts.
Whatever and between
Whatever pole of this contrast one emphasizes and whatever the tension between these two approaches to understanding the artistic imagination, it will be readily seen that they are not mutually exclusive, that they belong together.
Whatever Makarios's intentions, violence erupted between Greek and Turkish Cypriots in December 1963 and by the following year the United Nations agreed to undertake peacekeeping operations ( UNFICYP ).
Whatever the true motive, the idea of a contract between King and people was advanced to the Pope as an excuse for Bruce's coronation whilst John de Balliol still lived in Papal custody.
Whatever other vicissitudes his views went through, he firmly retained his belief in the direct and inextricable connection between human liberty and expansion into space — for which reason he strongly cried out against any idea of space exploration being " a waste of money " or " unnecessary luxury ".
Whatever the cryptographic assurance of the protocols themselves, the association between a public key and its owner is ultimately a matter of subjective judgment on the part of the trusted third party, since the key is a mathematical entity, while the owner-and the connection between owner and key-are not.
Samoan oral history, however, extends only as far back as 1000 A. D. Whatever occurred between 1500 B. C.
Whatever conversation transpired between Page and the police, it is generally accepted that they determined what happened between the two teenagers was something less than an assault.
Though the arrangement of the theme music stayed the same throughout the entire series run ( although there are subtle differences between the themes in various seasons-especially the closing themes-and Whatever Turns You On used a completely different theme song ), the opening animation itself changed in different ways.
Whatever the status of spoken Sumerian between 2000 and 1700 BC, it is from this period that a particularly large amount of literary texts and bilingual Sumerian-Akkadian lexical lists survive, especially from the scribal school of Nippur.
Whatever the connection between the Mexican and her older Spanish namesake, the fused iconography of the Virgin and the indigenous Nahua goddess Tonantzin provided a way for 16th-century Spaniards to gain converts among the indigenous population, while simultaneously allowing 16th century Mexicans to continue the practice of their native religion.
Whatever his past, he's obviously skilled as a gunslinger, and soon finds himself drawn into a conflict between homesteader Joe Starrett ( Van Heflin ) and ruthless cattle baron Rufus Ryker ( Emile Meyer ), who wants to force Starrett and the others off the land.
This show was followed by a popular sequel series, in colour, entitled Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads ?, broadcast between 9 January 1973 and 24 December 1974.
Whatever the reason Sparta's own contribution was just 300 Spartiates ( accompanied by their attendants and probably perioikoi auxiliaries ), the total force assembled for the defense of the pass of Thermopylae came to something between four and seven thousand Greeks.
Whatever the real reason was, in one famous episode, George stops a conversation between Harry ( Clark ) and Blanche ( Bea Benadaret ) and claims that Clark wanted too much money for being on the show, and was being fired.
* Hyman did not keep her correspondence, according to Frederick R. Schram, who found some of her letters to Martin Burkenroad in the archives of the San Diego Natural History Museum ; see Schram's " A Correspondence between Martin Burkenroad and Libbie Hyman ; or, Whatever Did Happen to Libbie Hyman's Lingerie ," in F. M. Truesdale, ed., History of Carcinology, vol.
Whatever the case, Hackworth was probably the first of the very few engineers throughout history to fully take into account the role of the blast in automatically realising the " perfect equilibrium between steam production and usage " in a locomotive when fitted with a firetube boiler, and to consider the blastpipe as a distinct device, paying close attention to its proportions, nozzle size, positioning and precise alignment.
Disagreements between Lea and Chandler, centring around Lea's desire to produce Slade's material, had been brewing since the recording of Whatever Happened to Slade in 1977.
Whatever their relations, the latter's independent activism, and open challenge to the British authorities appears to have led to a rupture between the two.
Whatever the form, signalling control provides an interface between the human signal operator and the lineside signalling equipment.
Whatever the frame of reference for the choice of the subject of the case study ( key, outlier, local knowledge ), there is a distinction to be made between the subject and the object of the case study.
Whatever the ethnic origins of this group, this culture saw for the first time a clear tripartite social division between intensive subsistence peasant farmers, with crops and animals coming from the north, tent-dwelling nomadic pastoralists dependent upon their herds, and hunter-fisher folk of the Arabian littoral, living in reed huts.
Whatever the truth, the result of Huáscar's accession and the dispute over it before and after lead to civil war between Huáscar ( made Emperor by a faction based in Cuzco ) and Atahualpa ( backed by leaders who in the north with Huayna ).
Whatever and two
She sang only two songs in the film, " Que Sera, Sera ( Whatever Will Be, Will Be )" which won an Academy Award for Best Original Song and " We'll Love Again ".
Whatever the case, John of Damascus had two names: John, his Christian name, and his Arabic name, given as Qurein or Yana or Iyanis.
Only two stories feature him and Flintheart both, though: ' Zio Paperone e il bisbilione ' (' Uncle Scrooge earns a billion ') and Whatever Happened to Scrooge McDuck?
Whatever its influences, the legend began in earnest in the early 12th century with two reports of visits of an Archbishop of India to Constantinople and of a Patriarch of India to Rome at the time of Pope Callixtus II ( 1119 – 1124 ).
The two most significant pieces of music in the film — the song, " Que Sera, Sera ( Whatever Will Be, Will Be )", and the Storm Clouds Cantata played in the Royal Albert Hall — are not by Herrmann ( although he did re-orchestrate the cantata by Australian-born composer Arthur Benjamin written for the earlier Hitchcock film of the same name ).
During the 1980s, his success on the pop charts began to wane, but many of his singles reached the upper regions on the country singles charts, including two 1983 chart toppers, " Whatever Happened to Old-Fashioned Love " and " New Looks from an Old Lover " ( see 1984 in music ), as well as " Two Car Garage ", which reached No. 3 on the country singles chart.
Schaeffer's views were expressed in two works, his book entitled A Christian Manifesto, as well as the book and film series, Whatever Happened to the Human Race ?.
Whatever the extent of the collaboration, it seems to have worked both ways: two of Lane's most successful novels, Let the Hurricane Roar ( 1932 ) and Free Land ( 1938 ), were written at the same time as the " Little House " series and basically re-told Ingalls and Wilder family tales in an adult format.
Whatever little is known about Caucasian Albania after 387 AD comes from the text “ History of the Land of Aghvank ” ( Պատմություն Աղվանից Աշխարհի ) attributed to two Armenian authors: Movses Kaghankatvatsi and Movses Daskhurantsi.
Whatever the cause, two Greek entrepreneurs, George Georgiades and George Tragides, took advantage of the opening.
Whatever his route to accession, he proved to be an unpopular tyrant and was expelled by the Islesmen after two years, fleeing to Ireland.
Whatever the cause, a sunken ship or a wrecked ship is a physical example of the event: this explains why the two concepts are often overlapping in English.
* Whatever Works ( Woody Allen, 2009 ): Marietta, an Evangelical Christan from the Deep South, arrives in New York City and undergoes a life change that involves becoming an artist moving in with two men.
Siegel declined, and the story was instead given to writer Alan Moore, and published in September 1986 in two parts entitled " Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?
Whatever the causes, however, psychoticism marks the two approaches apart, as the five factor model contains no such trait.