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With the demise of the Black Hand in June 1917 after the Salonika Trial, The White Hand steadily gained control of the young and ambitious Prince Alexander.
With its increasing rarity, specimens of the Great Auk and its eggs became collectible and highly prized by rich Europeans, and the loss of a large number of its eggs to collection contributed to the demise of the species.
With the advent of the Union and the demise of Jacobitism, access to London and the Empire opened up very attractive career opportunities for ambitious middle-class and upper-class Scots, who seized the chance to become entrepreneurs, intellectuals, and soldiers.
With the demise of the Seljuk Sultanate of Rum ( c. 1300 ), Anatolia was divided into a patchwork of independent states, the so-called Ghazi emirates.
With the eventual demise of the clan systems in Scotland, these hunting dogs became sporting animals for landowners and the nobility, but were also bred and hunted by common folk when feasible.
With the demise of London County as a first-class team, the number of Grace's appearances dwindled over the next four seasons until he called it a day in 1908.
With the demise of the Canada Games Company, Chutes and Ladders produced by Milton Bradley / Hasbro has been gaining in popularity.
With the demise of the Congressional nominating caucus in the election of 1824, the political system was left without an institutional method on the national level for determining Presidential nominations.
With the fall of the Iron Curtain, the demise of the notion of a Pax Sovietica, and the end of the Cold War, the U. S. maintained significant contingents of armed forces in Europe and East Asia.
With the demise of Grateful Dead and Phish, nomadic touring hippies attend a growing series of summer festivals, the largest of which is called the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, which premiered in 2002.
With the demise of the Swing era and the decline of the great touring big bands, a major change in jazz music occurred.
With the demise of Accrington, Stanley Villa took the town name to become Accrington Stanley.
With the demise of the UNZ in 1961, it became Massey College, part of Victoria University of Wellington ( VUW ).
With the demise of Acton Works this no longer applies, and the new 2009 tube stock has a wider profile and slightly longer carriages which preclude it running on other deep-level tube lines.
With the demise of the textile industry, many of the city's mills were occupied by smaller companies, some in the garment industry, traditionally based in the New York City area but attracted to New England by the lure of cheap factory space and an eager workforce in need of jobs.
With the advent of the automobile, and the demise of this branch of the railroad, East Acton became a largely residential area with a commercial base that is situated along the Route 2A corridor.
With the demise of the local railroad industry, Susquehanna now has many small resident-owned businesses scattered along Main Street.
With the demise of heavy industry prior to World War II, and the advent of the Interstate Freeway System in the 1950s, Murray became a major retail hub due to its central location.
With the demise of the Stuart dynasty in 1714, her descendants, the Hanoverian rulers, succeeded to the British throne.
With the demise of the Cyrix MII ( a renamed 6x86MX ) from the market in 1999, the PR system appeared to be dead, but AMD revived it in 2001 with the introduction of its Athlon XP line of processors.
With the demise of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s, Aeroflot began to suffer which was a big loss to the airport.
With the temporary demise in the late 1980s of El Mundo, El Vocero became even more popular, becoming the country's second largest newspaper.
With the demise of OpenDoc, the simulations were rewritten as Java applets and are still available from the Center under the title of " The Constructing Physics Understanding ( CPU ) Project " by Dr. Fred Goldberg.
With the demise of the Soviet Union, control of Laos by Vietnam waned at the end of the 1980s.

With and Second
With the development of effective anti-aircraft artillery in the period before the Second World War, military pilots, once the " knights of the air " during the First World War, became far more vulnerable to ground fire.
* 1660 – With the death of Swedish King Charles X Gustav, the Swedish government can start to seek peace with Sweden's enemies in the Second Northern War – something that Charles X Gustav had refused.
With the defeat of the Imperial Army, the Second French Empire fell and the Third Republic was created.
With Conté as president, the CMRN set about dismantling Touré's oppressive regime, abolishing the authoritarian constitution, dissolving the sole political party and its mass youth and women's organizations, and announcing the establishment of the Second Republic.
With the exception of the Kingdom of Iraq, which joined the League on 3 October 1932, these territories did not begin to gain their independence until after the Second World War, a process that did not end until 1990.
With the Second Peace of Thorn in 1466, the Teutonic Order came under the rule of the Polish crown.
With the cessation of hostilities in 1945, and subsequent rise to power of the Communist-baked Provisional Government of National Unity, the Second Polish Republic legally ceased to exist.
With the last-named form of Eastern Christianity, reunion agreements were signed at the Second Council of Lyon and the Council of Florence, but these proved ineffective.
With the defeat of Marshal Bazaine's Army of the Rhine at Gravelotte, the French were forced to retire to Metz where they were besieged by over 150, 000 Prussian troops of the First and Second Armies.
With 1744 began the Second Silesian War.
With the start of the Second World War in the Pacific, he attempted to persuade the invading Japanese forces to declare independence for Vietnam in 1942 but was ignored.
With the outbreak of the Second World War the city was evacuated in 1939-1940, as it lay in the ‘ Red Zone ’ on the fortified Westwall ( Siegfried Line ).
With the Communists emerging victorious at the end of the Second World War, many Serbs fled Yugoslavia fearing persecution at the hands of Tito's authorities.
In 2006, he appeared in Jeff Garlin's independent film I Want Someone to Eat Cheese With along with several other Second City alumni.
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With the outbreak of the Second World War, Childe was unable to travel across continental Europe, and so focused on producing a book about the prehistoric archaeology of Britain: the result was Prehistoric Communities of the British Isles ( 1940 ).
Howard is perhaps best remembered for his role as Ashley Wilkes in Gone With the Wind ( 1939 ), but he was uncomfortable with Hollywood and returned to England to help with the Second World War effort.
With her father Dian Cecht and brother Miach, she healed those injured in the Second Battle of Magh Tuiredh.
With the outbreak of the Second World War, Cookstown became the centre of much regimental activity.
With the decline in the use of wherries for commercial trade on the rivers prior to the Second World War, navigation ceased on several stretches of the Broads, including the section of the river from Geldeston Lock to Bungay, where navigation rights were removed in 1934.
With an invitation from his older brother, Brian, Murray got his start at The Second City in Chicago, an improvisational comedy troupe, studying under Del Close.
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With the longest porch on a single side in New Hampshire, the Second Empire hotel accommodated 350 guests and 300 staff.
With the Second Great Migration underway, by 1960 most of the population had left for other urban areas.

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