It was the whaleman who first broke through the jealous policy of the Spanish crown, touching those colonies; and, if space permitted, it might be distinctly shown how from those whalemen at last eventuated
the liberation of Peru, Chili, and Bolivia from the yoke of Old Spain, and the establishment of the eternal democracy in those parts.
Lowell for the Atlantic Monthly, and then we formed a literary friendship which eventuated
in the joint publication of a volume of verse.
If this affair eventuated
in the stoppage of the modest subsidy allotted to the publication of the F.
ARP") pursuant to ARP's Chapter 11 restructuring process (subject to certain exceptions set forth specifically in the court approved restructuring agreement), which eventuated
in the court ordered termination of ARP.
Along with with Verleger's increases in energy prices, all this combined to produce the somber outlook and need for new policies that was the central message of our book and clearly eventuated
I think I was more just kind of open to the idea, which never eventuated
, so .
local time (GMT), (2233 GMT Sunday) but no tsunami eventuated
, according to the government's GeoNet monitoring service.
The Socceroos had opportunities to test Spain's backline with two Tommy Oar free-kicks, but none of them eventuated
in clear-cut chances.
html) has consistently said that he sees a future at Tottenham for Adebayor and no move eventuated
in the summer.
from that conversation," protested BJ - prompting millions to repeat "eventuated
Moreover, Zionism, as a significant element in modern Judaism, added the dimension of the importance of return to the land which, for many, eventuated
in a messianic commitment.
He met Ann Dunham, a 17-year-old white American from Kansas, and had a short marriage that eventuated
in the birth of future president, Barack Obama II in 1961.