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With the return of our soldiers, it soon became apparent that the belief was not shared by the great majority of citizens.
With age, the aorta stiffens such that the pulse wave is propagated faster and reflected waves return to the heart faster before the semilunar valve closes, which raises the blood pressure.
With his return to Germany in 896, Arnulf found that his physical ill health meant he was unable to deal with the problems besetting his reign.
With the return of South Africa in 1992 after the ending of the apartheid boycott, nine teams played each other once in the group phase, and the top four teams progressed to the semi-finals.
With the key activists of the Nationalist Clubs largely absorbed into the apparatus of the People's Party, Bellamy abandoned politics for a return to literature.
With their typical detective skills they soon solve the crime and return the lion to Culpepper.
With the North no longer obliged to return slaves to their owners in the South, Douglass fought for equality for his people.
With the Gallic Wars concluded, the Senate ordered Caesar to lay down his military command and return to Rome.
With the return of private farming, these areas are once again being reclaimed for agriculture.
With the return of Michel Aoun, the climate was right to try to heal wounds to help unite the country after former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri was assassinated on February 14, 2005.
With his first attempt ruined, Flaherty decided to not only return for new footage, but also to refocus the film on one Eskimo family as he felt his earlier footage was too much of travelogue.
With these guidelines in mind, the Opel question was put again on 3 May to the GM financial policy committee, which then withdrew its objections to a return to Rüsselsheim.
With support from Austria, he issued an ultimatum for Christian IX to return Schleswig to its former status.
With the intervention of a future / alternate version of herself, Janeway leads her crew in using one of the Borg's transwarp conduits to return her ship to Federation space after having traveled through the Delta Quadrant for seven years.
With the lack of new faces in the new APC cabinet under president Momoh and the return of many of the old faces from Stevens government, criticisms soon arose that Momoh was simply perpetuating the rule of Stevens.
With the return of Halley's Comet new human variants called " changelings " arose.
With his career at a halt, Severus decided to temporarily return to Leptis, where the climate was healthier.
With 8: 49 left in the second quarter, New England defensive back Ty Law intercepted a pass intended for receiver Isaac Bruce and scored on a 47-yard return to give the Patriots a 7 – 3 lead.
With its return in 1806, it had fulfilled Jefferson's hopes by amassing much new data about the topographical features of the country and its natural resources, with details on the flora and fauna, as well as the many Indian tribes of the West with which he hoped to increase trading.
With Duchovny's return to the show and the opening credits for the two-part series finale, " The Truth ", this marked the most number of cast members ( five ) to be featured in the opening credits of the show.
With the return of Xavier and the original X-Men to the team, the roster was split into two strike forces: Cyclops ' " Blue Team " ( chronicled in X-Men ) and Storm's " Gold Team " ( in Uncanny X-Men ).
Thucydides reports that when a Spartan man went to war, his wife ( or another woman of some significance ) would customarily present him with his shield and say: " With this, or upon this " ( Ἢ τὰν ἢ ἐπὶ τᾶς, Èi tàn èi èpì tàs ), meaning that true Spartans could only return to Sparta either victorious ( with their shield in hand ) or dead ( carried upon it ).
Most notable was the LWT show An Audience With Alf Garnett-which allowed Garnett to return to his racialist attitude.
With a Protestant on the throne, the English refugees in Geneva prepared to return home.

With and Vespasian
With four legions at his disposal, Vespasian commanded a strength of nearly 80, 000 soldiers.
With Vespasian declared emperor, Titus and his brother Domitian likewise received the title of Caesar from the Senate.
With the battle of Pydna Samothrace became independent, a condition that ended when Vespasian absorbed the island in the Roman Empire in AD 70.
With departure of Vespasian, who had opposed an open siege upon Jerusalem, fearing to lose many troops against the fortified city, Titus advanced Roman legions upon the capital of the rebellious province.
With the fall of the Julio-Claudian dynasty, the Principate was redefined in formal terms under the Emperor Vespasian.

With and late
This carried over into the more urbanized late 19th and early 20th centuries, when the man ruled the roost in the best bull-roaring Life With Father manner.
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 increasing wealth, Chinese diets have become richer over time, consuming more meats, fats, and sugar ( with the major exception of late 1950s famine ).
With the development of the internet, by the late 1990s and early 2000, much of that regulation had been replaced where newer industry technologies developed, offering viewers alternate choices for local events and programming leading to what is today, that being Digital Cable, Internet, and Phone being offered to consumers, bundled, by 2010.
* With reference to Gibbon's comments, Joseph Barber Lightfoot ( late 19th century theologian and former Bishop of Durham ) pointed out that Eusebius ' statements indicate his honesty in stating what he was not going to discuss, and also his limitations as a historian in not including such material.
With the increasing availability of the Internet in the 21st and late 20th century, the traditional paper zine has begun to give way to the webzine ( or " e-zine ") that is easier to produce and uses the potential of the Internet to reach an ever larger, possibly global, audience.
With the help of Mises, in the late 1920s Hayek founded and served as director of the Austrian Institute for Business Cycle Research, before joining the faculty of the London School of Economics ( LSE ) in 1931 at the behest of Lionel Robbins.
The roots of the gospel in the Matthew-community of the late 1st century give rise to another important title bestowed on Jesus by Matthew, Emmanuel, " God is With Us "— meaning that through Jesus, God is with the ecclesia ( literally " assembly ", but translated as " church ").
With economic stagnation since the late 17th century, which was particularly acute in 1704 ; the country depended more and more heavily on sales of cattle and linen to England, who used this to create pressure for a union.
With the decline of large herbivores by the late ice age, Pachycrocuta was replaced by the smaller Crocuta.
With the late addition of County Wicklow, the number of counties ( or ).
A popular image of Guanyin as both Guanyin of the South Sea and Guanyin With a Fish Basket can be seen in late 16th century Chinese encyclopedias and in prints that accompany the novel Golden Lotus.
With the advent of European exploration into the area in the late 17th century, Lake Michigan became part of a line of waterways leading from the Saint Lawrence River to the Mississippi River and thence to the Gulf of Mexico.
With remaining revenues, St-Laurent oversaw the expansion of Canada's social programs, including establishment of the Canada Council to support the arts, and the gradual expansion of social welfare programs such as family allowances, old age pensions, government funding of university and post-secondary education and an early form of Medicare termed Hospital Insurance at the time, that lay the groundwork for Tommy Douglas ' healthcare system in Saskatchewan and Pearson's nationwide universal healthcare in the late 1960s.
With the creation of MINIX 3, and its transition to a graphical interface, some commercial software and hardware developers have started to implement some systems with MINIX in the late 2000s.
With the gradual conquest of southeastern Europe by the Ottomans in the late 14th century, the name of Macedonia disappeared as an administrative designation for several centuries and was rarely displayed on maps.
With the explosion of digital communication technology in the late 20th and early 21st centuries, the question of what forms of media should be classified as " mass media " has become more prominent.
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 their love of the Beach Boys and late 1960s bubblegum pop, the Ramones paved the way to what became known as pop punk.
With unfavourable exchange rates in the late 1980s, Porsche decided to focus its efforts on its more upmarket models, dropping the 924S for 1989 and the base 944 later that same year.
The second single from the UK release was " With Every Heartbeat ", released in late July and reached number one on the UK singles chart.
With the exception of several years in the late 1940s when Irna Phillips was in dispute with Procter & Gamble, Guiding Light was heard or seen nearly every weekday since it began, making it the longest story ever told in a broadcast medium.
With the retelling of Arrivederci Yamato as the open-ended Yamato II television series ( ending in late 2201 ), Arrivederci Yamato was redesignated as a discardable, alternate timeline.
With less than four minutes to play, a frustrated Alan Page was called for a personal foul for a late hit on Griese, and then one play later both Page and Kuechenberg were given offsetting personal fouls after getting in a scuffle with each other.

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