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When the city was divided into sectors by the occupying Allies at the end of the war, the square found itself on the boundary between the American, British and Soviet sectors.
When the Allies met in Potsdam on 17 July 1945 at the Potsdam Conference, a chaotic refugee situation faced the occupying powers.
When the Germans realised they had been tricked, they burned down an entire section of town, subsequently occupying the city.
When East Hills was incorporated in 1931, the land area of East Hills was 98 % farm and estate holdings, with 65 homes occupying the remaining 2 %.
When the Suebi invaded the Roman province of Hispania Tarraconensis, the Visigoths attacked and defeated them 5 October 456 at the Campus Paramus, twelve miles from Astorga, on the banks of the Órbigo ( Urbicus ), subsequently occupying the province as nominal foederati of the Empire.
When the Vichy authorities in Africa surrendered after token resistance, the Germans responded by occupying all of France and dissolving what remained of the French Army.
When it becomes apparent Rhoda is sliding into a rut by occupying her childhood bedroom, Ida forces her to move out for her own good.
When the Swedish Empire entered the war and advanced into Brandenburg, George William again claimed neutrality, yet Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden compelled George William to join Sweden as an ally by occupying substantial territory in Brandenburg-Prussia and concentrating an army before the town walls of Berlin.
When civil war erupted in Shou Lung between the Shou and the T ' u and the northern provinces of Shou were invaded by the Horse Barbarians, the remaining Waan daimyos took advantage of this opportunity and under the united banner of Nitta Shogoro, they were able to finally drive out the occupying Shou troops.
When the trade union leadership negotiated a 35 % increase in the minimum wage, a 7 % wage increase for other workers, and half normal pay for the time on strike with the major employers ' associations, the workers occupying their factories refused to return to work and jeered their union leaders.
When the revolution broke out, being banished from Paris, he lived in retirement in Orléans, occupying himself chiefly with the transcription of the notes in the library of the brothers Valois ( Valesius ).
When the occupying powers opposed his ideas, he denounced them.
When classes began in 1873, they were held in a single building on a campus occupying less than.
When Thomas Becket was being prepared for burial in England in 1170, the cold English air stimulated so many of the lice occupying his hairsuit that it " boiled over with them like water in a simmering cauldron.
Employees switched back-and-forth between the two stations, records were stolen from each other with claims " You heard it first on ...", even local favorites The Beach Boys recorded promos claiming " When we're in Sacramento we listen to number one radio ..." KROY had also moved its studios to 11th and J Streets ( 1010 11th Street ), occupying the second floor above the Country Maid Restaurant.
When economic conditions in occupied West Germany failed to improve, Ludwig Erhard, without consulting the occupying powers, completely destroyed price controls in 1948.
When the Soviets ( who were the first occupying power ) arrived in Berlin, they saw a city devastated by the air raids and street fighting.
When Niklot's exiled son, Pribislav, engineered an Obotrite rebellion, the pair retaliated by occupying Demmin and warding off Pribislav's Liutizian allies.
But Bernard says " When I was in Brittany, I was inspired by " everything that is superfluous in a spectacle is covering it with reality and occupying our eyes instead of our mind.
When not all people along the street, or along the range of possible different product positions, consume a minimum number of goods, companies can position their products to sections where consumers exist to maximize profit ; this will often mean that companies will position themselves in different sections of the street, occupying niche markets.
When Palocci was 28 years old, after occupying positions in various labour unions, including the CUT ( linked to the Workers Party ) he ran for election as city councilman ( vereador ) for the first time.
When Italy surrendered to the Allies during World War II, Feroci changed his name and became a Thai national in 1944 to avoid arrest by the occupying Japanese army.
When they are sent to Earth they discover comic books, hamburgers, video games and music videos and become addicted to American culture, deciding not to hurt the earth and simply pretend to be occupying the planet for Bog.
When Caroline's friend Jill ( Joy Bryant ) arrives at the Plantation, Luke / Papa Justify informs her that " Ben " and " Violet " left the house to " Caroline ," thus leaving Mama Cecile and Papa Justify to continue occupying the house.

When and positions
When instead the wild type trait is expressed, the positions are said to belong to distinct cistrons / genes.
When play begins, it is common for the midfield and defensive positions to take a diagonal approach.
When Hindal withdrew from protecting the rear of Humayun's troops, Sher Shah's troop quickly reclaimed these positions, leaving Humayun surrounded.
When the entourage reached Rome in the autumn of 219, Comazon and other allies of Julia Maesa and Elagabalus were given powerful and lucrative positions, to the outrage of many senators who did not consider them worthy of such privileges.
When placed in benzylic or allylic positions, the C-H bond strength is decreased, and the reactivity of the methyl group increases.
When Franco ordered Paraguayan troops to abandon the advanced positions in the Chaco that they had held since the 1935 truce, the army revolted in August 1937 and returned the Liberals to power.
When Cranmer's promotion became known in London, it caused great surprise as Cranmer had previously held only minor positions in the Church.
When considering only the state of the board, and after taking into account board symmetries ( i. e. rotations and reflections ), there are only 138 terminal board positions.
When he returned to Poland he began applying for legal positions with little success.
When rehearsing drill, positions and maneuvers are usually learned without playing the music simultaneously – a common technique for learning drill is to have members sing their parts or march to a recording produced during a music rehearsal.
When learning positions for drill, an American football field may be divided into a 5-yard grid, with the yard lines serving as one set of guides.
When a dielectric is placed in an electric field, electric charges do not flow through the material as they do in a conductor, but only slightly shift from their average equilibrium positions causing dielectric polarization.
When copied to a digit, the three bits were placed in bit positions 0-3-4.
When the marriage became public knowledge, Edward placed many of his new queen's family in powerful positions that Warwick had hoped to control.
When the switches appear to be in position 001, the observer cannot tell if that is the " real " position 001, or a transitional state between two other positions.
When bargaining, players often bid less than they are prepared to pay in the hope of improving their positions.
When they reached Super Six Four, Gordon and Shughart extracted the pilot, Chief Warrant Officer Mike Durant and the other crew members from the aircraft, and established defensive positions around the crash site.
When the approximate positions for the boundaries of the property have been located a traverse is run around the property.
When these organisms are in their fully matured state they need other adaptations to maintain their positions in the water column.
When the chips are down they all default to power positions and self-protection and status and the one woman who was a challenge to them, with all with her wit and intellect, they are all gleeful and relieved to see crushed.
When the Conservatives returned to power, in a coalition with the Liberal Unionists, in 1895, Balfour once again assumed the positions of Leader of the House and First Lord of the Treasury.
When The Atlantic Wire first launched in 2009, it curated op-eds from across the media spectrum and summarized significant positions in each debate.
When these troops pointed cannons at the Ellis store and other positions, Doc Scurlock and his men broke from their positions, as did Chavez's cowboys, leaving those left in the McSween house to their fate.

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