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- During the period when the Europeans were contending with phylloxera, the American wine industry was ironically flourishing.
- The Company was one of two livery companies involved in the establishment of the Northampton Institute, now the flourishing and vibrant City University.
- During the flourishing of the city-state of Troy, a part of the Bryges emigrated to Anatolia as Trojan allies or under the protection of Troy.
- The first millennium and the few centuries preceding it saw the flourishing of higher education at Nalanda, Takshila, Ujjain, & Vikramshila Universities.
- During the Revival Period, it was called Altun Sopot (Golden Sopot), because of its flourishing development, thanks to the crafts and trade.
- At that time, despite the various invasions, Thessaloniki had a large population and flourishing commerce.
- Kozhikode city continues to be a centre of flourishing domestic and international trade.
- A flourishing seaport and centre of trade in ancient Kerala, it was one of the major battle fields of the Chola-Chera war of the 11th century.
- Tondi, present day Kadalundi, as per scholars, was a flourishing seaport of Kerala at that time.
- But much more evolved than that – the establishment of a trading station led to a flourishing wine industry and later to the birth of a nation.
- The increase in commercial activity resulted in establishment of flourishing Chinese settlement at Kollam.
- In 1661 the company obtained Bombay from Charles II and converted it to a flourishing center of trade by 1668.
- As the capital of a powerful state, it became a flourishing center of science and the arts.
- He had a flourishing business, but as a result of his acceptance of Islam his business suffered a good deal.
- Onatas, a Greek sculptor of the time of the Persian wars, a member of the flourishing school of Aegina.
- Virtue ethics is primarily concerned with traits of character that are essential to human flourishing, not with the enumeration of duties.
- Ambani has promised that his company with $39 billion in revenue will funnel money from the flourishing cities into the struggling agricultural heartland.
- This conquest made it possible for him to control the city-state of Assur, which was a flourishing city that traded heavily with Anatolia.
- Elizabethan England was especially fascinated by Persia, whose deep-rooted culture was then flourishing under the Safavid dynasty.
- Entrance to Shah Mosque or Shah Jame' Mosque, the most glorious sign of flourishing architecture during the Safavid dynasty.
- Ancient geographers of Iran divided Iran ("Iran-Shahr") into eight segments of which the most flourishing and largest was the territory of Greater Khorasan.
- By the 6th century AD, many independent states were flourishing in the region we now know as Thailand.
- After the death of Cleopatra in 30, Egypt was the first major gain by Augustus, with the wealth and flourishing cities of the Ptolemies, and Egyptian grain.
- With the flourishing of the material culture of Israel comes enough physical evidence of Israelitish presence to be confirmed by archaeology.
- In 1973, Boris Berman left a flourishing career in the Soviet Union to immigrate to Israel.
- It was also in that period that Fujian saw the flourishing of culture and literature.
- In the first half of the 20th century, Poland was a flourishing center of mathematics.
- Kowloon is another flourishing part of Hong Kong.
- The political chaos of the decades after 840 was offset, in Charles the Bald's kingdom, by the continued flourishing of artistic and intellectual activity.
- Mammals were flourishing, and flowering plants developed and radically changed the landscape.
- This form of Deed Poll is commonly used in Hong Kong, where the development and redevelopment of land is rapid and flourishing.
- Even neighboring countries like Brazil, with a flourishing agribusiness industry, still struggle with militant demands for land from the rural poor.
- Gluck left behind a flourishing school of disciples in Paris, who would dominate the French stage throughout the Revolutionary and Napoleonic period.
- With the political and economic reforms of the mid-80s, Buddhism is once again flourishing.
- Anarchism is a political and philosophical doctrine that seeks to achieve human flourishing through the removal of constraints on human action.
- And biodiversity is a value in itself, essential for the flourishing of both human and nonhuman life.
- Today Cao Daism is once again flourishing, with an estimated 2 million followers in Vietnam.
- The flourishing city with an estimated 30,000 inhabitants was given the designation of collonia during the rule of Roman Emperor Trajan.
- In that country also Buddhism is flourishing.
- The Dexia campaign is flourishing in Belgium and may potentially spread to other countries where Dexia subsidiaries are based.
- Barnard College welcomed the new fraternity and it was not long before the first chapter, Alpha, was flourishing.
- Today Kurdestan is one of the important and strategic provinces of Iran and is flourishing.
- The ancient city of Shush (Susa), capital of Elam, was an important and flourishing city before the advent of Islam.
- The Adelaide Hills is becoming a flourishing region for Semillon with the cooler climate producing some wines of great complexity.
- They have some 140 Bohemian Catholic churches and about 250 Bohemian priests; their societies, schools, and general institutions are active and flourishing.
- During the period of Emperor Kangxi and Qianlong, when society and politics were stable and the economy was flourishing, luxurious customs became popular.
- Private single sex schools are flourishing once again because parents have realized that learning is probably more important than being properly socialized.
- The influx of many Europeans during the reign of the Qajars led to the flourishing of other churches, in addition to those that were constructed previously.
- During the Byzantine times, the island has periods of prosperity and flourishing.
- Flourishing for ages, the rare dance forms of the state such as Odissi and Chhau are famous all over the world.
- The Center exists because it would be beneficial to have an established, stable, flourishing Center for the Kagyu Dharma in this part of the world.
- In its early years, the Qing Dynasty witnessed a flourishing that was unprecedented by any other age.
- Udon Thani: The province of Udon Thani is of major historical importance and as a result a flourishing tourism industry has developed over recent years.
- The cultural and religious life of Egypt, formerly so flourishing, was in decline when they took over.
- Flourishing and decline of the Hittite Empire.
- At this time, Paris was simply flourishing in the arts, so much so that many well known non-French painters made significant contributions here.
- As in earlier dynasties, the Ming Dynasty saw a flourishing in the arts, whether it was painting, poetry, music, literature, or dramatic theater.
- During its long and prosperous rule, the Ming dynasty court actively supported the flourishing of the arts.
- Virtue ethics seems to be essentially interested in the acquisition of the virtues as part of the agent's own well-being and flourishing.
- Some versions of virtue ethics connect virtues with human flourishing.
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