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With justified bitterness the author speaks of `` what seems to me to have been an inexcusable body of ignorance about the nature of the Russian Communist movement, about the history of its diplomacy, about what had happened in the purges, and about what had been going on in Poland and the Baltic States ''.
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With the rise of nation-states and the Protestant Reformation, the theory of divine right justified the king's absolute authority in both political and spiritual matters.
With the development of statistical mechanics, the third law of thermodynamics ( like the other laws ) changed from a fundamental law ( justified by experiments ) to a derived law ( derived from even more basic laws ).
With the outbreak of the Peninsular War, Marshal Bessières had his first opportunity of an independent command, and his crushing victory over the Spaniards in the Battle of Medina del Rio Seco ( 1808 ) justified Napoleon's choice.
With the outbreak of the American Civil War, General Benjamin Butler justified refusing to return runaway slaves in accordance to this law because the Union and the Confederacy were at war: the slaves could be confiscated and set free as contraband of war.
With sons and daughters it tends to be financial abuse, justified by a belief that it is nothing more than the " advance inheritance " of property, valuables and money.
With the publication of provoking pamphlets, in which he justified the killing as an act of liberation, he was apparently risking his life deliberately, although not all motives of his behavior at this time are comprehensible nowadays, especially those concerning his relation to Corday and her actions.
With both Don Bradman and Jack Fingleton injured and unable to bat, Australia struggled – England won by an innings and 579 runs – still the largest winning margin in Test cricket history ; but Barnes played innings of 41 and 33 and, according to Wisden, " well justified his choice ".
With and bitterness
With alternative employment opportunities limited, the plant closure triggered considerable bitterness locally.
With the help of his all powerful genie, Shamir Shamazel, he created feuds and bitterness between the four other islands of the Land of the Green Isles in order to isolate them from one another, thus allowing him to commit his evil acts without much resistance.
With completely new verse, and a lot of emotional bitterness, he expressed his discord, in those days, he spoke about futility of war, pugently negated Kosovo battle myths and sarcastically mocked what he saw as the delusion of a " golden century " for mankind.
With and author
With this, the perspective of the author is removed from the text, and the limits formerly imposed by the idea of one authorial voice, one ultimate and universal meaning, are destroyed.
Other highlights of that decade included the 1942 debut of Fearless Fosdick as Abner's " ideel " ( hero ); the 1946 Lena the Hyena Contest, in which a hideous Lower Slobbovian gal was ultimately revealed in the harrowing winning entry ( as judged by Frank Sinatra, Boris Karloff and Salvador Dalí ) drawn by noted cartoonist Basil Wolverton ; and an ill-fated Sunday parody of Gone With the Wind that aroused anger and legal threats from author Margaret Mitchell, and led to a printed apology within the strip.
Holly George-Warren, editor and author of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: The First 25 Years, argues: " With the death of Keith Moon in 1978, rock arguably lost its single greatest drummer.
** The case of the girl detective With the passing of Nancy Drew's first author, the mystery of the teenage sleuth's true identity only deepens.
With Petronius ' Satyricon, Lazarillo takes some of the traits of the central figure of Encolpius, a former gladiator, but it is unlikely that the author had access to Petronius ' work ; from the comedies of Plautus, it borrows from the figure of the parasite and the supple slave ; other traits are taken from Apuleius's The Golden Ass.
The Glen Island date according to author Gunther Schuller attracted " a record breaking opening night crowd of 1800 ..." With the Glen Island date, the band began a huge rise in popularity.
" With Paramount's approval, ILM hired marine author, conservationist and illustrator Pieter Folkens to sculpt a realistic whale exterior.
The original development plan included environmental design principles espoused by Ian McHarg, a distinguished landscape architect, teacher and author of the seminal work Design With Nature.
With Orelli and ( after his death ) Karl Felix Halm, he assisted in the second edition of the Cicero, and, with Kayser, edited the same author for the Tauchnitz series ( 1860 – 1869 ).
He is the author of a number of written works on cricket, including Gower: The Autobiography with The Independent journalist Martin Johnson in 1992, David Gower: With Time to Spare with Alan Lee in 1995 and Can't Bat, Can't Bowl, Can't Field also with Johnson.
Bandler and Grinder also collaborated with Satir to author Changing With Families for Science and Behavior Books, which bore the subtitle ' A Book About Further Education for Being Human '.
Margaret Mitchell, who would become known as the author of Gone With the Wind, was born little more than 3 months later.
Rogers, author: Sex and Race: Negro-Caucasian Mixing in All Ages and All Lands: The Old World ; Nature Knows No Color Line ; Sex and Race: A History of White, Negro, and Indian Miscegenation in the Two Americas: The New World ; 100 Amazing Facts About the Negro With Complete Proof: A Short Cut to the World History of the Negro
Archdeacon Hastings is a well-known Irish traditional flute player, and author of With Fife and Drum, a study of the Orange Lambeg and fifing traditions of Ulster.
Watts was the author of a text book on logic which was particularly popular ; its full title was, Logic, or The Right Use of Reason in the Enquiry After Truth With a Variety of Rules to Guard Against Error in the Affairs of Religion and Human Life, as well as in the Sciences.
She also did voice-over work on TV and films including the voice of Southern author Margaret Mitchell in the documentary The Making of a Legend: Gone With the Wind in 1988.
In Running With Scissors, a memoir by Augusten Burroughs, the author details how he and his foster-sister, Natalie, took walks together on the campus.
With the ISBN or title, author and edition, most textbooks can be located through online used book sellers or retailers.
Cuban author and historian Carlos Franqui suggests otherwise in his book, Family Portrait With Fidel.
" They have been extremely clever and very, very effective in their propaganda and lobbying of members of Congress ," says Gary Sick, a Persian Gulf expert at Columbia University's Middle East Institute and the author of All Fall Down: America's Tragic Encounter With Iran.
With and speaks
However, regardless of whether conservative Islam permits hip-hop or not, Islamic influences on hip-hop continue to shape the future of Hip Hop globally, as it speaks to the more than 1 billion believers in the religion .< ref > BBC News: " Making Music With a Message ".
With further reference to the " sign of life ", i. e. the infinity symbol and its connection with the number 8, it may be remembered that Christian Gnosticism speaks of rebirth in Christ as a change " unto the Ogdoad.
According to Austin's original exposition in How to Do Things With Words, an illocutionary act is an act ( 1 ) for the performance of which I must make it clear to some other person that the act is performed ( Austin speaks of the ' securing of uptake '), and ( 2 ) the performance of which involves the production of what Austin calls ' conventional consequences ' as, e. g., rights, commitments, or obligations ( Austin 1975, 116f., 121, 139 ).
Dorfl speaks ' With The Beginning Of Every Word Being Capitalized ', as do all golems granted speech, and, like most golems, he is quite literal in his choice of words.
With regard to justification by faith and sanctification Wesley said that although reason cannot produce faith, when impartial reason speaks we can understand the new birth, inward holiness, and outward holiness.
With Ruthie present, David speaks to his friend Larry and tells him he will not be coming home for a while.
Reception of this work of John Paul II range from “ With the humility and generosity of spirit for which he is well known, John Paul speaks forthrightly to all people ” to “ the Pope emerges as the master of the flat statement, the bland certainty.
With these technologies the British Empire quickly conquers the Earth, and he is regarded as a god by everyone on Earth, even to the point where when he speaks out against Queen Victoria she is overthrown and he is chosen to lead.
With the arrival of Tajik's from neighbouring Tajikistan, a sizeable number of the population speaks Tajik as well.