ressly to forgo ed, and in 1426 era] law.
But Hyrcanus was well content to forgo the title to political power, which he could not exercise in practice, and Antony had been a friend of Antipater.
(1431-1447) had been victorious over the council of Basel; but neither France nor Germany was prepared to forgo the reforms passed by the council.
A large dowry was stipulated for; and in consideration of this the king promised to forgo all claims that his wife might otherwise possess to the Spanish crown or any part of its territories.
She would have flung Scotland with England into the hell fire of Spanish Catholicism rather than forgo the faintest chance of personal revenge.
She evidently felt frightened and ashamed to have accepted charity in a house where such things could be said, and was at the same time sorry to have now to forgo the charity of this house.
The Talitridae, better known as sandhoppers, can forgo the briny shore and content themselves with the damp foliage of inland forests or casual humidity in the crater of an extinct volcano.
This victory, won over the combined forces of the Scandinavians of Dublin, Man and the Isles, compelled Amlaib to deliver up all his captives and hostages, - among whom were Domnall Claen, king of Leinster, and several notables - to forgo the tribute which he had imposed upon the southern Hy Neill and to pay a large contribution of cattle and money.
eat nourishing food and forgo the pills.
The failure of the scheme made a contest with France inevitable, at least unless the Germans were willing to forgo the purpose of completing the work of German unity, and during the next four years the two nations were each preparing for the struggle, and each watching to take the other at a disadvantage.
forgo the billions in revenue from licensed 700 Mhz users.
forgo the pleasure of these longer and more adventurous trips.
The Treasury could not forgo putting its fingers on that.
Why not forgo the hotel room and rent a vacation apartment instead?
Forgo it completely to save yourself a bundle.
forgo the income from some mature trees in the stand?
forgo nuclear weapons.
forgo that could take.
He distributed his gifts widely and would even forgo a fee from a deserving patient.
Not lead them typically forgo contact need or reduce needs of the.
A first step would be to create incentives for countries to voluntarily forgo the development of fuel-cycle facilities.
I could happily forgo the chocolate, but I did like crisps and savory snacks.
Parliamentary pressure further obliged Bonghi, minister of public instruction, to compel clerical seminaries either to forgo the instruction of lay pupils or to conform to the laws of the state in regard to inspection and examination, an ordinance which gave rise to conflicts between ecclesiastical and lay authorities, and led to the forcible dissolution of the Mantua seminary and to the suppression of the Catholic university in Rome.
The legend of an imprisoned pope, subject to every whim of his gaolers, had nevet- failed to arouse the pity and loosen the purse-strings of the faithful; dangerous innovators and would-be reformers within the church could be compelled to bow before the symbol of the temporal power, and their spirit of submission tested by their readiness to forgo the realization of their aims until the head of the church should be restored to his rightful domain.
Persuading the king to forgo £120,000 of his civil list, and his colleagues in the cabinet to relinquish part of their ministerial stipends, he effected savings amounting to £2,400,000, proposed new taxation to the extent of £1,600,000, and induced landowners to pay one year's instalment of the land tax in advance.
Floral pin or wristlet-If you are making a wrist corsage, hot glue or sew the bundled flowers to a wristlet and forgo the floral pin.
While the traditional corsage features flowers, you can forgo tradition and create a corsage out of a simple baby toy or other item.
If this is the case, then you'll certainly want to forgo the simple truck or the classic book for something that adds a little pizzazz into your little guy's world.
Finally, you can forgo the traditional basket for a variety of other items to fill with gifts, like buckets, boxes, wagons, and more.
However, if baby is very dirty, you may want to forgo the wipes for a washcloth and soapy water.
Special or unique gifts - Some people want to forgo the typical baby gifts for something unique or special, preferring instead to give a specially designed gift that may become a treasured heirloom.
Also, mothers who have a tendency towards plugged ducts and mastitis infections may want to forgo the underwire styles which can only exacerbate such problems.
New moms often believe they have to forgo the sexy feeling of lingerie for the more practical performance and support of a standard nursing bra.
If you plan on moving the monitor from one place to the next, then the answer is yes, but if you just want a monitor you can keep in one area of the house, you can forgo this feature.
If you forgo the need for a desktop, that's OK; many laptops have the capabilities to hook up to a HDTV with a hi-def cord or-at the very least-a standard monitor cable.
Also, plasma forgo the use of a bulb and that gives you extremely high refresh rates, which is the amount of time it takes to refresh the screen.
But, you don't need to forgo adequate legal representation.
Being green doesn't mean that we all have to forgo new items, but perhaps we could take a better look at what happens to the old items.
Forgo the tablecloth and drape the table with butcher's paper or a large sheet of colored paper so they can doodle while the adults blabber.
On days like these, I inevitably opt to forgo the major product lineup.
If you're especially crazy about mineral makeup, though, you might want to forgo the lipstick and opt instead for the Lip Dip Quintet.
If you naturally gravitate towards citrus or fruity scents, for example, you don't need to forgo them because they aren't typical evening scents.
One way to avoid going overboard on a smoky eye look is to forgo liquid liner, which is often dramatic and attention-getting all by itself.
Although most women don't want to forgo makeup in the summer months, heavy cosmetics and length applications just don't flow well with the carefree summer vibe and the hotter temperatures.
On these auctions, sellers have set a price they are willing to accept for their items and forgo the entire auction process.
Forgo the nachos and candy at the movies and you may suddenly find yourself losing weight.
A guy who is going to a medieval themed prom might want to forgo the classic tuxedo for a more Shakespearean look, he could try a costume shop to find a knight outfit, or if he is the class clown, why not look for a jester's costume?
If you've placed an ad in a local newspaper, forgo the second ad and just call your guests to let them know of the decision to cancel the wedding.
More and more couples are choosing to forgo the traditional wedding cake accessory in exchange for a bouquet or cascade of flowers.
A long sleeve has a slightly more formal look for weddings where you choose to forgo the jacket.
Department stores may also have red dress shirts that can be worn underneath a ring bearer tux, or if the ceremony is less formal, consider a red collared knit shirt instead and opt for the ring bearer to forgo the jacket.
Undergarments: Bridal lingerie should be similarly lightweight and comfortable, and many brides forgo nylons and other excessive layers to keep cool all day.
Couples in this situation may even forgo creating a wedding registry, leaving you clueless about how to honor them with an appropriate and wanted gift.
Though some gift-buying guides will caution you to check the wedding registry to get a sense of their style and then give the go-ahead to buy, it is usually best to forgo all decorative items.
Forgo the temptation to go all out - sometimes the most memorable menus are those that stand out for being a little different.
The key to finding the right wedding dress for the beach is to focus on the material: Forgo rich, thick fabrics in favor of lightweight materials that skim the body, like silk, organza, and linen.
You might choose to forgo the traditional wording arrangement and instead treat it as an opportunity to go the extremely creative route.
If you look for something that is truly one-of-a-kind, you might want to forgo the other outlets and head straight to Etsy.com, where handmade wares of all kinds reign supreme.
He would repeatedly skip class and forgo doing homework in favor of sleeping for days on end and not doing much of anything.
Alba chose to forgo the celebrity wedding de rigueur Vera Wang dress.
For warmer weather, however, consider lighter weight material and short sleeves, even if you forgo pajama shorts and opt for pants instead.
The great thing about jeans, however, is that you can find styles you love (although you may have to forgo that designer label) without spending a fortune.
A little boy will still wear a bow tie, rather than a long necktie, and will usually forgo a jacket, but his suit will not otherwise look substantively different from his older brother's or father's.
For really dressy occasions, choose a silver taffeta dress with a crinoline netting that creates a full-skirt, or forgo the traditional crimson color and choose a rich velvet maroon dress with capped sleeves.
People sometimes forgo buying in bulk because they reason that purchasing items in multiples is simply a waste of money.
While no one is suggesting you forgo your college education, it's important to pay attention to how much debt you are incurring in the process.
Most colleges require that first-year students sign up for some kind of meal plan, so it's a waste of money to buy other food and forgo what's available in the dining hall.
Despite a more sophisticated atmosphere than larger cruise lines, Celebrity Cruises still suffers from an overabundance of activities: passengers may have to forgo some options in order to partake of certain experiences.
By carefully planning what activities to enjoy and which to forgo, interested passengers can make any vessel seem like an adults only cruise ship.
It might be better to forgo testing unless you strongly suspect your dog is at least part of one of the 38 breeds mentioned in the table above.
For a more casual event, such as a cocktail party in a private home or an outdoor wedding, you may forgo the suit and instead wear something a bit less formal.
Forgo the temptation to break out anything overly colorful, baggy or simply unflattering (actually, forgo the unflattering stuff no matter what the occasion).
Many women opt to forgo necklaces with this look.
Forgo pleats: Pleats are difficult for many women to wear in a flattering way, so select flat front pants whenever possible.
Forgo fads: See-through tops, sky-high stilettos and micro-mini skirts may sashay down the runway, but those styles are best left to the younger set.
Quite a few people may think they'll just forgo the reading glasses and opt for corrective eye surgery instead.
While the standard price for one game out at a time is $15.95, you can choose to forgo the 10-day free trial and opt for a discounted fee for the first month instead.
Whether you are debating over the amount or the intensity of your highlights, the most important aspect of this conundrum is to forgo updating your look in favor of recent trends and really focus on what your face needs to look its best.
Forgo the curly locks, ditch your hot rollers and round brush, and opt for a straightening iron which will help you create the signature sedu hair style that represents a large portion of the emo hair community.
Because Wen serves as a conditioner as well as a shampoo, you'll soon forgo the need to purchase a separate conditioner.
Even if you decide to forgo home mortgages online, there are many other helpful tools on the Internet that can help you in your mortgage quest.
Can anyone really afford to forgo the protection of a beach umbrella when spending a day in the sand and surf?
Some women may feel very comfortable wearing this type of suit and forgo a coverup.
Silver sandals or flip flops may seem an obvious choice, but don't forgo other colors as well.
Light colors are fresher, but you don't have to forgo darker colors at night, when the sun isn't beaming down on you.
Forgo the standard jersey styles in favor of something truly elegant, like a strapless or one-shoulder design.
Often, consumers forgo repairing a microwave and simply purchase a new one.
However, if you're willing to forgo the atmosphere of a pirate treasure chest, you can also purchase the "Bookshelf Edition" in a less expensive, more compact, and more conventional cardboard box.
The spelling indicates a more Gothic, romantic approach to the look, although the basic fairy costume idea can work for these events so long as you forgo anything too fake-looking.
You can forgo containers completely and wrap your gifts in a fleece throw or a fashionable shawl.
If she is a bit shy, you might want to forgo a public proposal.
A party is by no means necessary, and many couples forgo the event because of scheduling constraints or travel limitations for distant friends and relatives.
Because a black titanium engagement ring is so distinctive by itself, many couples choose simple bands and forgo using gemstones at all.
This is a great advantage for the shopping public because it means that no matter your geographical location, you won't have to forgo your favorite look.
While you may spend plenty of time on Digg or Craigslist, kids will forgo simple information sites for bright colors, whimsical animations and other webpage goodies geared toward their age level.
Graphic cards (used by gamers for better quality pictures) often cost extra, so if that is not something you plan to do, forgo the extra expense.
Even if you decide to forgo grocery coupons entirely, you can still find coupons for many other types of purchases your family needs.
Me Too: If you prefer to forgo laces, the same basic shoe, only this time called the Me Too, is available with a Velcro closure.
You may want to forgo that 80s staple look which paired jellies with ruffled socks, but your feet can still breathe easy in a pair of these casual shoes.
With so many options to choose from, some fans forgo watching on television altogether.
You may need to forgo highly complicated personalization if you want a small cross, but there are other options to make the tattoo your own.
Fortunately, there's no need for the plus-sized woman to forgo the benefits of a regular yoga practice.
In addition, many families forgo evidence-based treatments while focusing on biomedical interventions.
To make this project even more kid-friendly, forgo the spray paint and let the kids draw or hand-paint on the cardboard rolls before you cut them.
So when you pull out your favorite Mediterranean main course recipe, forgo the urge to double the cheese because it makes the dish creamier.
Living a diabetic lifestyle doesn't mean you have to completely forgo all of your favorite foods.
Although some short-term international health insurance providers forgo this sort of questioning, when seeking long-term coverage a person needs to be prepared to reply to some invasive questions.
Oftentimes, people who are trying to figure out how to pay for their insurance coverage will forgo vision coverage, simply because the cost is too great to have basic health insurance in addition to a vision coverage insurance rider.
Churches cannot simply forgo insurance requirements.
The state of California recognizes that many low income families are forced to forgo medical care including preventative care as well as treatment for a specific illness or injury.
Having this type of insurance broker is an asset, as many people forgo the confusion of having to deal with different brokers for different types of insurance products.
While brides with open-toed shoes, summer or beach weddings may forgo pantyhose altogether, other need hose, tights, or thigh-highs.
The most common bra shopping mistake is to forgo being measured.
It is best to forgo any sort of "voting off" process.
Dessert menus: If you aren't hosting a party during a regular mealtime, forgo the typical dinner menu and instead opt for a dessert menu.
Initially, the couple believed that they had their hands full with twins and decided to forgo having other children.
It's easy to see why much of subsequent vampire literature decided to forgo these final touches - too messy.
Many African Americans forgo using sun block because they feel that it is not necessary for their skin.
After all of that healthy activity, you might want to forgo fatty meats and instead try out one of the vegan restaurants in the area.
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