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With the monks he had never been liked ; at Stuttgart also his great enemy was the Augustinian Conrad Holzinger.
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With the present day all difference has disappeared ; philosophers are not monks, for we find them generally in connection with the world, participating with others in some common work or calling.
With little or no support from successive Burmese governments, the Mon language ( especially written Mon ) continues to be propagated mostly by Mon monks.
With the fall of the Roman Empire the islands were completely abandoned until the 12th century, when he was chosen by Benedictine monks founded small communities there.
With regard to culture, Ramkhamhaeng requested the monks from Sri Thamnakorn to propagate the Theravada religion in Sukhothai.
With the monks expelled, Charterhouse became a private house, before the foundation by Thomas Sutton in 1611 of a charitable foundation forming the school named Charterhouse and almshouses known as Sutton's Hospital in Charterhouse on the site.
With the monks and bishops, the history of the town of Brandenburg, which in time became the state of Brandenburg, began.
With the arrival of monks and bishops begins anew the recorded history of the town of Brandenburg, from which would develop the eponymous margraviate.
With the arrival of the black death and bubonic plague in the fourteenth century, labour became scarce and the monks were forced to sell or rent to the local farmers.
With no one to defend them, the priests, monks, and nuns fell prey to the hatred of their adversaries.
With fresh water from the Nant Fawr stream, one of the monks Isan founded his llan on the site of the modern day Oval Park.
With vast land holdings, the monks were able to conduct large scale observation of the influences that various parcels of land had on the wine it produced.
With the conversion of Ghazan to Islam in 1295, the backlash resulted in the destruction of many Buddhist places of worship and the further migration of monks into Kashmir.
With the decline of religious fervour, strife and dissension arose to such an extent that Abbot Bartholomew in 1364, by command of the pope, had to dismiss some of the incorrigible monks and fill their places with religious from other monasteries.
With the help of some monks, they tried to escape, but Marcian failed, while Procopius fled in Thrace to Theodoric Strabo ( who refused to handle him to Zeno ) and then at Rome.
With the aid of forces sent by Takauji and warrior monks from Heisenji, the fortress was held, and Nitta Yoshisada mortally wounded in the battle.
With forest land allotted by the Government of India, two arms of the Sera Monastery, representing the migrant monks of the Tibetan Sera Je and Sera Me colleges were established ; 193 Sera je monks got and 107 monks of Sera Me got an allotment of the balance area.
With and had
With every leaping stride of the horse beneath him he crossed one more patch of earth that had been his, that he would never see again.
With that act of Parliament the opponents of the stage won the day, and for more than two decades after that England had no legitimate public drama.
With their facile generalizations about the United States, these mediocrities, as they often were, had been great successes.
), had listed himself for Mormon Beard roles at the instigation of his fourth murder victim who had said: `` With your beard, dear, you ought to be in movies ''!!
With this seven-word sentence -- though the speaker undoubtedly thought he was dealing only with the subject of food -- he was telling things about himself and, in the last two examples, revealing that he had departed from the customs of his culture.
With Lizzie in the barn, the screen door unlocked and Bridget upstairs in her attic room, he would have had free and easy access to the house.
With a Democratic administration, party patronage would normally begin to flow to Mississippi if it had held its Democratic solidarity in the November election.
With the money all but in hand, however, the Administration indicated that, instead of the 225,000 more men in uniform that President Kennedy had requested, the armed forces would be increased by only 160,000.
With its zeal for liberty and its dependence on God it breathed the spirit which had been nourished on the Evangelical revivals.
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 ''.
With three fine Russian films in recent months on World War 2, -- `` The House I Live In '', `` The Cranes Are Flying '' and `` Ballad Of A Soldier '' -- we had every right to expect a real Soviet block-buster in `` The Day The War Ended ''.
With all his heart he had loved the Navy and now he must act in accordance with the Navy's implacable laws.
With one corner of his mind he knew that they were saying nothing, just expressing the euphoria of a drug so powerful that the known universe had forbidden it.
With the increase of wealth and power, abbots had lost much of their special religious character, and become great lords, chiefly distinguished from lay lords by celibacy.
With the advent of surrealism as a poetic movement, anagrams regained the artistic respect they had had in the Baroque period.
With the Balkans more or less pacified, Alexios could now turn his attention to Asia Minor, which had been almost completely overrun by the Seljuq Turks.
With a large number of people relocating to the state from the Midwest and the Northeast, as well as from California, many teams ( most notably the Chicago Cubs and the Los Angeles Dodgers ) have normally had large followings in Arizona.
With and never
With the existence of these many factors, some of them variable, it obviously has never been and is not now possible for the Commission to make assignments of AM stations on a case-to-case basis which will insure against any interference in any circumstances.
With victory over Mexico Northerners attempted in the Wilmot Proviso to exclude slavery from conquered territories ; it never passed.
In Paradise Lost 11. 65, Cerberean hounds are mentioned in Hell: " A cry of Hell Hounds never ceasing bark'd With wide Cerberean mouths full loud ".
With Superboy's aid, Luthor manages to cure Lena, allowing her to walk and think logically again for a brief moment, before he then quickly reverses the process, leaving Lena completely catatonic, and informs Superboy that so long as Superman is alive, he will never reveal how he did it.
With a spectacular offense led by quarterback Randall Cunningham ( who replaced an injured Brad Johnson ), running back Robert Smith, veteran wide receiver Cris Carter, and explosive rookie Randy Moss, the Vikings set a then-NFL record by scoring a total of 556 points, never scoring fewer than 24 in a game.
With the arrival of the year 2012, Nostradamus's prophecies started to be co-opted ( especially by the History Channel ) as evidence suggesting that the end of the world is imminent, notwithstanding the fact that his book never mentions the end of the world, let alone the year 2012.
With a radio advertising campaign featuring the jingle " Pepsi-Cola hits the spot / Twelve full ounces, that's a lot / Twice as much for a nickel, too / Pepsi-Cola is the drink for you ", arranged in such a way that the jingle never ends.
With the exception of You Know Me Al, which was initially written and published as six separate stories, Lardner never wrote a novel, but is considered by many to be one of America's best writers of the short story.
With the Oakland Raiders wearing their white jerseys at home for the first time ever in a game against the San Diego Chargers on September 28, 2008, the Seahawks have become the only NFL team to have never worn their white jerseys at home.
With the exception of the two-part episode " The Five Daughters Affair ," shown as part of Granada Plus's run of the series, the episodes which became movies have never aired on British television.
With Plantinga, Wolterstorff, and others, Alston was also responsible for the development of " Reformed epistemology " ( a term that Alston, an Episcopalian, never fully endorsed ), one of the most important contributions to Christian thought in the twentieth century.
With reference to his other virtues, Ludovico Pastor comments that “ the joyful humor, celebrated by all his contemporaries, never left the Pope, even amidst the multiple nightmares that the dispositions of his weakened health implied .”
Ingres's pupil Amaury-Duval wrote of him: " With this facility of execution, one has trouble explaining why Ingres ' oeuvre is not still larger, but he scraped out work frequently, never being satisfied ... and perhaps this facility itself made him rework whatever dissatisfied him, certain that he had the power to repair the fault, and quickly, too.
Arabesk is folk music style that originally appeared in Turkey during the 1960s as a reflection of migrant workers first experience of immigration inside the homeland As Brown writes, “ With its bittersweet longing for a homeland left behind — a homeland most Turkish-German youngsters could never have seen expect perhaps on vacation — Arabesk expresses a nostalgia and cultural pessimism that dovetails perfectly with hip hop ’ s invention of community through stories of displacement ” ( Brown, 144 ).
With the advent of television in the 1950s, however, radio drama lost some of its popularity, and in some countries, has never regained large audiences.
With this extra constraint, and the obvious rule of never undoing your last move, there is only one move at every turn.
With the coronation of Queen Mary I and the reunion of the Church of England with the Roman Catholic Church, the Articles were never enforced.
With the destruction of the Ring, Gandalf believes Sauron is weakened to the point that he will never be able to materialize again.
With it, they also lost the ability to make sure that the toy stores were never overloaded with products.
* " On the radio this year I hope to score / With some funny jokes you've never heard before / I resolve not to tell a corny joke / rings Hello, what's that?
With the advent of FM stereo radio broadcasting, interest in the mono static signals of XERF began to wane and its signal was switched from the 250 kW RCA transmitter, which was never paid-for and which consistently kept breaking down, to a new 50 kW transmitter which was most often run at 10 kW days and 50 kW nights, and which only recently has returned to 50 kW full-time.