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When the later Abbasids regained military control over Iraq, they also relied on the military slaves called Ghilman.
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When and later
When I try to work out my reasons for feeling that this passage is of critical significance, I come up with the following ideas, which I shall express very briefly here and revert to in a later essay.
When I informed her that I didn't, she said she would borrow her brother's and bring it to me later that evening.
When such a reference is found, an actual address is assigned and the availability table is changed so that the assigned index word or switch is no longer available for later assignment.
When the great reform of the 11th century had put an end to the direct jurisdiction of the lay abbots, the honorary title of abbot continued to be held by certain of the great feudal families, as late as the 13th century and later, the actual head of the community retaining that of dean.
When Absalon retired from military service in 1184 at the age of fifty-seven, he resigned the command of fleets and armies to younger men, like Duke Valdemar, the later king Valdemar II.
" When I woke up just after dawn on September 28, 1928, I certainly didn't plan to revolutionise all medicine by discovering the world's first antibiotic, or bacteria killer ," Fleming would later say, " But I suppose that was exactly what I did.
When a continuum radiation source is used for AAS, it is necessary to use a high-resolution monochromator, as will be discussed later.
When Marinchip Software Partners ( later known as Autodesk ) formed, the founders decided to re-code Interact in C and PL / 1.
When asked later why he had stopped writing about Greek poetry, he responded, " I found that I could not attain to excellence in both.
Beethoven's friend Anton Schindler, later said: " When he started working on the fourth movement the struggle began as never before.
When a pitching change occurs, the new pitcher is said to " inherit " any runners that are on base at the time, and if they later score, those runs are charged ( earned or unearned ) to the prior pitcher.
When Winston Smith is later arrested, O ' Brien, his interrogator, again describes Big Brother as a figure who will never die.
When he had returned to Paramount a few months later, " Matchbox Blues " had already become such a hit that Paramount re-recorded and released two new versions, under producer Arthur Laibly.
When Galileo later complained of rumors to the effect that he had been forced to abjure and do penance, Bellarmine wrote out a certificate denying the rumors, stating that Galileo had merely been notified of the decree and informed that, as a consequence of it, the Copernican doctrine could not be " defended or held ".
When Macbeth returns to the witches later in the play, they show him an apparation of the murdered Banquo, along with eight of his descendants.
When the first meeting of the Fourth Duma was convened in late 1912, only one out of six Bolshevik deputies, Matvei Muranov, ( another one, Roman Malinovsky, was later exposed as an Okhrana secret police agent ) voted to break away from the Menshevik faction within the Duma on 15 December 1912.
When Riviera left Stiff in late 1977 Bubbles joined him at his new label Radar Records and later at Riviera's F-Beat Records.
When the Communist Party of China took over power, previous schools of thought, excepting notably Legalism, were denounced as backward, and later even purged during the Cultural Revolution.
When he returned to the narrative later in life, Claudius skipped over the wars of the second triumvirate altogether.
When he later pursued his interest in China, Linebarger became a close confidant of Chiang Kai-shek.
When and Abbasids
When the Abbasids took power from the Umayyads, in the garb of taking revenge of Ahl al-Bayt, they also confiscated the head Husayn and proved to be worse enemies than the Umayyads.
When Al-Muqanna ‘' s followers started raiding towns and mosques of other Muslims and looting their possessions, the Abbasids sent several commanders to crush the rebellion.
When the Beja refused to pay their tribute to the Abbasids in 854, the forces of Makuria joined with them in attacking Egypt.
When al-Muizz, under the influence of Sunni jurists in Kairouan, recognised the Abbasids in Baghdad as rightful Caliphs in 1045, the break with the Fatimids was complete.
When and regained
When he regained consciousness he was in Lord's house, in the office of Doctor Lord, the deputy's deceased father.
When Ursicinus lost his office and the favour of Constantius, Ammianus seems to have shared his downfall ; but under Julian, Constantius's successor, he regained his position.
When the English finally regained control of New Netherland they forced, as a punishment unique in the history of the British Empire, the English common law upon all the colonists, including the Dutch.
When he regained the lead broadcaster position on NBC, he continued to call play-by-play for both networks until the end of NBC's coverage in 2002.
When he regained consciousness his eyesight was ruined, leaving him myopic for the rest of his life.
When France regained the ceded departments after World War I, the Territoire de Belfort was not reintegrated into Haut-Rhin.
When General Amherst heard of this surprise action, he immediately dispatched troops under his nephew William Amherst, who regained control of Newfoundland after the Battle of Signal Hill in September 1762.
When the Calverts regained control of Maryland, the Act was reinstated, before being repealed permanently in 1692 following the Glorious Revolution.
When white Democrats regained power, they passed laws that made voter registration more inaccessible to blacks.
When the Dutch regained power in 1784, they moved their colonial capital to Longchamps, which they renamed Stabroeck.
When Bourbon Democrats regained power in 1882, they returned the state government to Baton Rouge, where it has since remained.
When they regained power in February, 1980, Chrétien was appointed Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada.
When the Republicans gained control of the House after the 1952 elections, Reece served as chairman of the Special Committee on Tax Exempt Foundations, losing this post after the Democrats regained control in 1955.
When Warner regained consciousness, he was enraged by reports of his son's behavior, and their " tenuous " relationship came to an end.
When King Louis XVIII came to the throne in 1816, each class regained the title of " Académie "; accordingly, the second class of the Institut became the Académie française.
When Poland regained independence in 1918, there were 39 natural reserves established within its borders.
When the chieftain of the Heruli, Odoacer, deposed Western Emperor Romulus Augustus, sending the imperial regalia to Constantinople, Zeno had just regained his throne, and he could only appoint Odoacer dux of Italy, thereby ending the Western Roman Empire.
When Norway regained national independence from Denmark in 1814, the Norwegian Constitution recognized the Lutheran church as the State Church.
When the castle was captured, Valdermar had virtually regained control over all of Scania, and when Magnus proved to be unable to retake the province by force, it simply passed back to Danish rule.
When self-propelled artillery, the armoured personnel carrier, the wheeled cargo vehicle, and supporting aviation — all with adequate communications — were combined to constitute the modern armored division, commanders regained the capability of maneuver.
When he wished to use the mule again, he poured water on it from his mouth and the mule regained its form.
When King Henry VI regained the throne for a brief period ( 1470 – 1471 ), Tiptoft was captured and beheaded.