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When the promised Royal Commission of Inquiry arrived in Palestine in November, al-Husseini testified before it as chief witness for the Arabs.
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He promised nearly 200 Democratic county committee members at the meeting in the Puddingstone Inn: `` When I come back here after the November election you'll think, ' You're my man -- you're the kind of governor we're glad we elected ' ''.
When the University of Heidelberg hired Robert Bunsen in 1852, the authorities promised to build him a new laboratory building.
When reelected in 2000, President Aristide promised to remedy this situation but instead introduced a non-sustainable plan of " cooperatives " that guaranteed investors a 10 percent rate of return.
When the question of satisfying the investors came up, Gutenberg is said to have promised to share a " secret ".
When the vote was nearing, and the constitution still looked likely to be defeated, Madison pleaded with a small group of anti-federalists, and promised them he would push for a bill of rights later if they changed their votes.
When she was only two years old she was promised to the Dauphin, the infant son of King Francis I of France, but the contract was repudiated after three years.
When the British governor of Uganda, Sir Harry Johnston, discovered some pygmy inhabitants of the Congo being abducted by a showman for exhibition, he rescued them and promised to return them to their homes.
When its contents were read to the clergy and people in the church of St. Mary Major in 656, they not only rejected the letter with indignation, but would not allow the pope to leave the basilica until he had promised that he would not on any account accept it.
When Vladimir promised to baptize himself and to convert his people to Christianity, Basil finally agreed.
When Taraki was ousted, Amin promised " from now on there will be no one-man government ..." Attempting to pacify the population, he released a list of some 18, 000 people who had been executed and blamed the executions on Taraki.
When he came to power, Karmal promised an end to executions, the establishment of democratic institutions and free elections, the creation of a constitution, the legalisation of parties other than the PDPA, and respect for individual and personal property.
When they arrived in Sydney, Bligh, backed up by statements from two of Short's officers, had Short stripped of the captaincy of the Porpoise – which he gave to his son-in-law – cancelled the land grant Short had been promised as payment for the voyage and shipped him back to England for court martial, at which Short was acquitted.
When the First World War ended, the Treaty of Versailles fell short of what had been promised in the London Pact to Italy.
When Lady Eleanor went to ask him for the return of her property, it was said that Edward tried to persuade her to sleep with him, and when she refused, that he promised to marry her.
When the hero Aeneas sued for Lavinia's hand in marriage, Amata opposed him because she had already promised Lavinia to Aeneas ' nemesis Turnus.
When Aradia descended, she became the first of all witches, and promised her students that " ye shall all be freed from slavery, / And so ye shall be free in everything ".
When the river Amasenus blocked his path, he bound her to a spear and promised Diana that Camilla would be her servant if she would safely transported to the opposite bank.
When he went to a festival organised by the king of Ulster, she warned him that she would only stay with him so long as he did not mention her to anyone, and he promised to say nothing.
When organiser Bob Geldof was persuading artists to take part in the concert, he promised them that it would be a one-off event, never to be seen again.
When the subsequent roles promised by the studio failed to materialize, he returned to Europe and settled in Triesen, Liechtenstein in a home he designed and built with a friend.
When more than half of his score was removed from the soundtrack, Herrmann bitterly severed his ties with the film and promised legal action if his name were not removed from the credits.
When, therefore, Tone urged the Directory to send effective assistance to the Irish rebels, all that could be promised was a number of small raids to descend simultaneously on different points of the Irish coast.
When and Royal
When it was deployed on duty in Northern Ireland, the British Army was welcomed by Roman Catholics as a neutral force there to protect them from Protestant mobs, the Royal Ulster Constabulary ( RUC ) and the B-Specials.
When a medical doctor passes the examinations which enable them to become a member of one or more of the Royal Surgical Colleges and become " MRCS ", it is customary for them to drop the " Doctor " prefix and take up " Miss ", " Mister ", or and so on.
When he appeared at the London Palladium music hall in 1948, he " roused the Royal family to shrieks of laughter and was the first of many performers who have turned English variety into an American preserve.
When Connick, Jr., was nine years old, he performed the Piano Concerto No. 3 Opus 37 of Beethoven with the New Orleans Symphony Orchestra ( now the Louisiana Philharmonic ), and later played a duet with Eubie Blake at the Royal Orleans Esplanade Lounge in New Orleans.
When John I died, Henry's eldest brother, Edward became head of the castles council, and granted Henry a " Royal Flush " of all profits from trading within the areas he discovered as well as the sole right to authorize expeditions beyond Cape Bojador.
When World War I broke out in Western Europe, Moseley left his research work at the University of Oxford behind to volunteer for the Royal Engineers of the British Army.
When trial by jury replaced this, the jury members were expected to find the insane guilty but then refer the case to the King for a Royal Pardon.
When Libya gained its independence in 1951, veterans of the original Sanusi Army formed the nucleus of the Royal Libyan Army.
When the Treaty of Versailles granted most of former Royal Prussia to the Second Polish Republic as the Polish Corridor in 1920, Pomesania remained in Germany as part of the exclave and province of East Prussia.
When receiving a foreign head of state or emissary, the Dutch anthem may not be played unless a member of the Dutch Royal House is present.
When Gérôme exhibited For Sale ; Slaves at Cairo at the Royal Academy in London in 1871, it was " widely found offensive ", perhaps partly because the British liked to think they had successfully suppressed the slave trade in Egypt, also for cruelty and " representing fleshiness for its own sake ".
When a Royal Navy ship brought official word to Nassau of the pardon offer, it seemed at first that most of the pirates in Nassau would accept.
When the monarch is not in residence, the Union Flag is flown at Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle and Sandringham House, whereas in Scotland the Royal Standard of Scotland is flown at Holyrood Palace and Balmoral Castle.
When Simon and Eleanor's first son was born in November 1238 ( despite rumours, more than nine months after the wedding ), he was baptised Henry in honour of his Royal uncle.
When the move to new quarters finally was made a few years later, in 1710, Hooke's Royal Society portrait went missing, and has yet to be found.
When his baggage was examined at Dover, the Royal Golden Crown and Seal of the Kingdom of Scotland, with many vessels of gold and silver, and a considerable sum of money, were found in his chests.
When the survey party returned to Perth, Canning's treatment of Aboriginal guides came under scrutiny leading to a Royal Commission.
When Kings summoned their barons to Royal Councils, the greater barons were summoned individually by the Sovereign, lesser barons through sheriffs.
When the distinction is made, proper nouns are limited to single words only ( possibly with the ), while proper names include all proper nouns ( in their primary applications ) as well as noun phrases such as United Kingdom, North Carolina, Royal Air Force, and the White House.
When New Zealand was separated from the colony of New South Wales in 1841 and established as a Crown colony in its own right, the Royal Charter effecting this provided that " the principal Islands, heretofore known as, or commonly called, the ' Northern Island ', the ' Middle Island ', and ' Stewart's Island ', shall henceforward be designated and known respectively as ' New Ulster ', ' New Munster ', and ' New Leinster '".
When Ségolène Royal became ascendant in the polls, however, Jospin retracted his candidacy in order not to " divide the party ".
When Hamilton, a centrally located port founded in 1790, became the seat of government in 1815, it was partly resultant from the Royal Navy having invested twelve years, following American independence, in charting Bermuda's reefs.