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Auxiliaries, which are the other useless arm, are employed when a prince is called in with his forces to aid and defend, as was done by Pope Julius in the most recent times; for he, having, in the enterprise against Ferrara, had poor proof of his mercenaries, turned to auxiliaries, and stipulated with Ferdinand, King of Spain,[*] for his assistance with men and arms.
and his colleagues used NASA2's Swift satellite to view the two most recent stellar explosions.
As with any backup plan, the goal is to recover all of the data, and the success rate largely depends on how current the most recent backup date-time stamp is.
We hypothesized that lack of sexual power, measured with a four-point relationship control scale and by a woman's experience of forced sex with her most recent partner, would decrease the likelihood of consistent condom use and increase the risk for HIV infection among sexually experienced, 15- to 24-year-old women in South Africa.
The somewhat different, and sloppily proofread, version in the volume on The Taming of the Shrew says the goal is "to provide the most significant and original contemporary interpretations of Shakespeare's works" reflecting "the most recent approaches in Shakespeare studies" (ix).
1) In a survey of sexually active Seattle residents aged 18-39, 27% of men and 18% of women reported that during their most recent sexual relationship, they had had sex with at least one other partner.
The roster of participants in the Forum's most recent confab reads like a Who's Who of Latin American Communist subversives and insurgents: the Brazilian, Argentinian, Colombian, Cuban, Chilean, Peruvian, Uruguayan, and Venezuelan Communist Parties were all included, along with Peru's Tupac Amaru revolutionaries (responsible for numerous bombings, kidnappings, and assassinations in Peru); El Salvador's FMLN, who have carried on a decades-long insurgency; Colombia's FARC and ELN; and many others.
These most recent indications have added to the accumulating evidence that the apparent increases in the growth of output per hour are more than transitory.
In Letter Ruling (TAM) 9433004, the IRS held that the taxpayer could not use replacement cost to value its current-year increment, because it had specifically elected to value such increment based on the most recent purchases.
Our most recent experience with some inventory backup, of course, suggests that surprises can still occur and that this process is still evolving.

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