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With the onset of World War I, Hale organized the National Research Council to coordinate and support scientific work on military problems.
With the onset of industrialization and the development of the food processing industry, a wider range of food could be sold and distributed in distant locations.
With the onset of the dechristianisation campaign the Republic silenced these bells and sought simultaneously to silence the religious fervor of the majority Catholic population.
With the onset of Ragnarök, Loki is foretold to slip free from his bonds and to fight against the gods among the forces of the jötnar, at which time he will encounter the god Heimdallr and the two will slay each other.
With acute transverse myelitis, the onset is sudden and progresses rapidly in hours and days.
With the onset of the Great Depression, domestic support for the Nazis rose and, in 1933, Hitler was appointed Chancellor of Germany.
With the onset of the Cold War, Europe was divided by the Iron Curtain.
With the onset of the Spanish Civil War, the form rapidly declined, and the last romantic zarzuelas to hold the stage were written in the 1950s.
With the onset of World War II, the Stooges released several entries that poked fun at the rising Axis powers.
With the onset of the Crisis of the Third Century, however, this vast internal trade network broke down.
With the onset of the Global War on Terror and Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom, DISA has been at the heart of providing the telecommunications and information systems that enable 21st century joint warfighting.
With the onset of British rule in 1760, Quebec French became isolated from European French.
With the onset of a recession in the 1970s, this system became an increasing burden on the economy and accounted for much of the government budget deficits.
With the onset of the Industrial Revolution, people began to move out of the country and into towns and cities to find work.
With the onset of nightfall they would enter the town and avenge themselves on those who had crossed them in the preceding year by committing assaults and damaging property, often looting the belongings of victims from their houses and burning them on bonfires in the middle of the street.
With the onset of the Depression, intercollegiate baseball disappeared only to be resurrected in 1947 by then-athletics director Brother Bill Siemer, S. M.
With the onset of World War II wool and mohair were in demand for the defense industries.
With the onset of European settlers and after gold was discovered in northern Georgia, the federal government forcibly removed the Cherokees to Oklahoma from Chattooga county in the early 1830s in what has become known as " the Trail Of Tears.
With the onset of the wet season, when the billabongs and swamps start to fill with water, the night air is filled with the sounds of frogs such as the northern bullfrog and the marbled frog.
With the onset of the Civil War these warehouses were converted to Confederate supply depots.
With the onset of World War II the Department of the Navy located its new warfare center in Inyokern.
With the onset of World War I, most of students went to the war in Europe and the college closed its doors.
With the onset of the Walker War in 1853, most of the farmers in the region who were not yet in the fort moved in.
With the onset of World War II in 1940, the AAC established the Technical Data Branch in February 1940.

With and stagflation
With the advent of stagflation in the 1970s, rising trade union actions in some countries, wide-scale regional conflicts, rising oil prices, etc., strategy development began to explicitly consider stakeholders other than the firm's executives.

With and 1970s
With the original 110 and 300 baud modems of the late 1970s, BBSes were particularly slow and file transfers were typically limited to text files ( lists of BBS systems were a common example ) and small software applications, typically terminal programs for accessing BBSes.
With the tightening of environmental laws ( for example, RCRA ) in developed nations in the 1970s, disposal costs for hazardous waste rose dramatically.
With the increasing sophistication of computer graphics since the 1970s, it has become a more distinct subject.
With the expansion of the mass media and mass / popular culture in the 1960s and 1970s and the blending of social and cultural criticism and literary criticism, the methods of both kinds of critical theory sometimes intertwined in the analysis of phenomena of popular culture, as in the emerging field of cultural studies, in which concepts deriving from Marxian theory, post-structuralism, semiology, psychoanalysis and feminist theory would be found in the same interpretive work.
With the ascendency of the Civil Rights movement in the 1970s, his work was again celebrated and collected.
With the upgrading of the West Coast Demerara / East Bank Essequibo and the East Coast Demerara / West Coast Berbice roadways, the Government decided in mid 1970s to cease operating the railway services, which were being run at a loss.
With average growth rates of 10 % in the 1960s, 5 % in the 1970s, and 4 % in the 1980s, Japan was able to establish and maintain itself as the world's second largest economy from 1968 until 2010, when it was supplanted by the People's Republic of China.
With knowledge of his sexuality becoming more common beginning in the 1970s, some film historians and gay studies scholars have detected homosexual themes in Whale's work, particularly in Bride of Frankenstein in which a number of the creative people associated with the cast, including Ernest Thesiger and Colin Clive, were alleged to be gay or bisexual.
With that, the Nets employed all three Albert brothers during the franchise's history ; Al started his broadcast career with the Nets during their ABA days, while Steve called Nets games during the late 1970s and 1980s.
With the blurring of class divisions in the 1960s and 1970s, the distinction between the saloon and the public bar was often seen as archaic, and was frequently abolished, usually by the removal of the dividing wall or partition.
With their advocacy of patrilineal descent in the 1970s, the Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association supported the principle that a man who takes responsibility for raising a Jewish child can pass Judaism on to the next generation as well as a woman.
With increased popularity in the 1970s most soap operas expanded to an hour in length by the end of the decade ( Another World even expanded to ninety minutes for a short time ).
With the departure of Dom Salvador to the United States, the band broke up, but at the beginning of the 1970s, some ex-members, including Luiz Carlos, José Carlos Barroso, and Oberdan joined Christovao Bastos, Jamil Joanes, Cláudio Stevenson and Lúcio da Silva to form Banda Black Rio.
With the spread of Stored Program Control exchanges in the 1970s, pulse counting became a software job.
With the failure of demand-driven fiscal policies to restrain inflation and produce growth in the 1970s, the way was paved for a new policy of fighting inflation through the central bank, which would be the bank's cardinal responsibility.
With the decline in the coal mining industry, the quality of the river improved in the 1960s and 1970s so that some salmon and sea-trout started to return to the river to spawn.
With the shift from rules to principles and constraints that was found in the 1970s, these construction-specific transformations morphed into general rules ( all the examples just mentioned being instances of NP movement ), which eventually changed into the single general rule of move alpha or Move.
With a 23 jewel movement and manual winding ( 43 hours ), it was a modified Russian version of the Swiss Valjoux 7734 of the early 1970s.
With the suddenly popular Dungeons & Dragons as its main product, the company became a major force in the games industry by the late 1970s.
With the revival of the Hawaiian culture beginning in the 1970s, some native Hawaiian cultural practitioners call themselves kahuna today.
With seven number one singles, six Grammys, five American Music Awards, and six number one albums, the Eagles were one of the most successful musical acts of the 1970s.
With future land-use undecided, the NSW Electricity Commission began surveying the Apsley Valley for a hydro-electric scheme in the late 1970s.
With 1970s technology, the ability to generate of so many characters on demand in the end-user's terminal was seen as prohibitive.

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