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Meanings and phrases
- by reason of one's own ability or ownership etc.; in one's own right; in his own right; in her own right
- The band changed its name to Orange Juice in 1979.
- State-O-Maine changed its name to Nautica in 1994.
- It changed its name to Grand National Party (GNP).
- The community takes its name from nearby Rush Run.
- The community takes its name from Jacob Bond I'On.
- Thurston Creek takes its name from Thurston County.
- In 1990, Arlington Club opened its doors to women.
- On August 31, 1982, the El Rancho opened its doors.
- The company opened its doors on January 1, 2010.
- In addition, "Economic 90" made its debut on GDTV.
- "Champagne per uno" made its debut April 12, 2012.
- The Nissan Terra made its debut in Asia in early 2018.
- Two weeks later, it reached its peak at number two.
- Militia activities of MCC reached its peak by 1990.
- The magazine reached its peak in popularity in 1918.
- The town took its name from being "In the middle".
- Waymouth Street, Adelaide took its name from him.
- Sunnydale took its name from a nearby poultry farm.
- The conjunto made its first overseas tour in 1955.
- The Lie-Fang made its first flight on 10 May 1958.
- The Jantar 2 made its first flight on 2 February 1976.
- The team played its home games at the Cebu Coliseum.
- The team played its home games at Freedom Hall.
- The team played its home games at Dreamstyle Stadium.
- Club Olimpia won its first championship in history.
- Belgrano A.C. won its first Primera División title.
- Lomas Athletic Club won its first league title.
- The party held its first congress on 9 June 2019.
- Paraclete held its first graduation in June 1967.
- In this year it held its first public exhibition.
- Dowling Creek derives its name from a local family.
- The stream derives its name from the Coosa chiefdom.
- The Beatles tribute act derives its name from the song.
- Dalloyau opened its first shop abroad in 1982 in Tokyo.
- By 1969, CNS opened its first branch on the Naval Station.
- Alamance Crossing opened its first phase on August 1, 2007.
- WTGM changed its call letters to WHRO-FM in 1978.
- On April 24, 2014, WOLT changed its call letters to WRTH.
- On 1992-02-10, the station changed its call sign to KZUS.
- Baccarat received its first royal commission in 1823.
- The party received its first mayor, in Hörby Municipality.
- The school received its first assigned cadre in August 1941.
- The album sold 4300 units during its first week.
- It sold 1,300 copies during its first week of release.
- It had ten faculty during its first year of operation.
- The film was subject to criticism upon its release.
- It was "an unprecedented success" upon its release.
- The pilot received favorable reviews upon its release.
- The team plays its home games at McCarthy Stadium.
- The team plays its home matches at the PCA Stadium.
- It plays its home games at the "Sportovní Centrum".
- Buxoro played its first "Oliy League" season in 1992.
- In 1985 the club played its first season in amateur ranks in 1985.
- The club was registered in 2012 and played its first season in 2013.
- The process gets its name from this "wet" bath.
- It gets its name from the town of Long and the Deshun army.
- It gets its name from being the road south of the mountain.
- This place got its name after Krishnachandra Roy.
- The dam got its name from the village of Mangla.
- According to a story, Liliw got its name from a bird.
- The theatre closed its doors in the early 1990s.
- The Palladium closed its doors in the spring of 1966.
- The Downtown Residence closed its doors in April 2015.
- It is unknown how the bomb made its way on board.
- It is currently unknown how it made its way to India.
- It has also made its way into the mining songs.
- It kept its star until its closure in October 2016.
- It remained in use until its closure and removal in 1961.
- 7, a former Nazi concentration camp, until its closure in 1950.
- The Levy family has controlled NCH throughout its history.
- The line-up of the All-Stars changed throughout its history.
- Over 13,000 women stayed in the club throughout its history.
- In 2013, the band released its first album "HVOB".
- The ATIS released its first spot report on 1 November.
- It released its first joint issue in 1969.
- The company announced its intention to develop in China and India.
- In April, Boston announced its intention to acquire Xlumena, Inc..
- In 2009 Tresham Institute announced its intention to withdraw from Oakham.
- It also found its way onto Southern Railway locomotives.
- Only one female head (the Weber-Laborde head) found its way to Venice.
- Thus the Codex found its way to the Imperial Library at St. Petersburg.
- The HLG has had a long history of changing its name.
- It sailed for many months, changing its name several times.
- The highway then headed to the northwest, changing its name to Laffayette Avenue.
- Hull, which moved its headquarters to Cửa Việt Base.
- It moved its headquarters to Chattanooga, TN in 2008.
- In 1975, SACS moved its headquarters into the Wulff home.
- Traina-Norell launched its first collection in 1941.
- In 1942, Romania launched its first native-built tanker.
- On June 1, 1996, it launched its first ever AM on FM format.
- He became its first teacher to hold classes in Romanian.
- General Colonel Pavel Kurochkin became its first commander.
- Professor Doctor Sikandar Ali Sheikh became its first vice-chancellor.
- It gave its name to the French department of Aisne.
- It gave its name to Xinjiekou subway station.
- (1998) gave its name to Subaltern Studies.
- In 2019, DHX would change its name to WildBrain to build upon this use.
- The owner of SardarBuksh agreed to change its name on 28 September 2018.
- Apple successfully forced the "Pineapple" to change its name to "Pinecom".
- It gives its name to one of the British Sea Areas.
- The house gives its name to the sport of badminton.
- The river gives its name to the Yonne "département".
- He announced the song a day before its release.
- The film created lots of excitement before its release.
- The initial cover was also replaced a month before its release.
- The treaty is aimed at promoting free trade among its members.
- From among its members were selected the 104 Judges mentioned above.
- Jehovah's Witnesses allow moderate alcohol consumption among its members.
- The university traces its roots back to 1938.
- This system traces its roots back to the Mercedes CLS53.
- It traces its roots back thousands of years.
- FPS traces its origins to the appointment of these six night watchmen.
- Alta traces its origins to TA Associates, where Burr and Egan were formerly partners.
- The Ma clique traces its origins to the officers of Qing dynasty General Dong Fuxiang.
- Its width varies along its length.
- The rhomboidal head shows large compound eyes set midway along its length.
- Instead of being split along its length, it is now split across its width.
- The fort received its name on 8 October 1850.
- Mitsumine (from which it received its name).
- The album received its name from a Manhattan thrift store.
- The field hosted its first game on March 18, 2014.
- The circuit hosted its first sprint round in 1965.
- The third Hampden hosted its first international in 1906.
- The nation is divided into over 80 ethnic groups, each having its own language.
- The logo has been also changed to University of London, instead having its own logo.
- This loco has the widest variety of liveries, with each loco shed having its own livery.
- The battalion lost nine men during its existence.
- The 3rd Maine enrolled 1,586 men during its existence.
- It had a single member during its existence, Herbert Payne.
- Swann wrote for the company until its dissolution in 2005.
- In 1210 it belonged to the Templar Order until its dissolution.
- The municipality existed from 1923 until its dissolution in 1964.
- Other settlements within its borders were Arsuk and Neria.
- Accordingly, many distant galaxies are visible within its borders.
- The Mahicans and other Indian tribes once lived within its borders.
- The settlement had developed its own daily routine.
- It has developed its own R&D program to develop UAVs.
- Amsterdam quickly developed its own Renaissance architecture.
- The network adopted its current name in 1984.
- China adopted its current constitution on 4 December 1982.
- The PRC adopted its current constitution on 4 December 1982.
- The club was founded in 2002 in El Pari neighborhood in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, taking its name from it.
- "Empire" was created in 1972 by Peter Langston, taking its name from a Reed College board game of the same name.
- A small community grew up around Joyla's house taking its name from the 3rd century French Saint Martial of Limoges.
- The SMR protects all marine life within its boundaries.
- The Pocket-Greenhaven area had a brickyard within its boundaries.
- The town of Bedford purchased the rights of way within its boundaries in 1963.
- Sable Island derived its name from the French word for "sand".
- Malfa derived its name from Amalfi.
- It is also said to have derived its name from a small island named Myrtus.
- The brigade comprises: The brigade traces its history to 1950.
- The Final Exit Network traces its history to the Hemlock Society.
- This classification traces its history to the early history of blind sport.
- In October 2018, Net 25 shut down its analog signal.
- As of September 12, 2019, SBN closed down its analog signal.
- WCDC shut down its analog signal on channel 19 on June 12, 2009, following WTEN's lead.
- In 1821, the rest of Greece declared its independence.
- Guinea declared its independence from France on 2 October 1958.
- In 1790 the U.S. conducted its first national population census.
- The F-35A conducted its first Red Flag exercise in 2017; system maturity had improved and the aircraft scored a kill ratio of 15:1 against an F-16 aggressor squadron.
- In 1971, the team which wore the gold flight suits for the first show, conducted its first Far East Tour, performing at a dozen locations in Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Guam, and the Philippines.
- "Innovations" published its first issue in 2006.
- "Imagination" published its first issue on October 1950.
- "Imagination" published its first issue in October 1950.
- In 1821, Mexico gained its independence from Spain.
- Guinea gained its independence from France in 1958.
- He was in Madrid when Mexico gained its independence.
- The remained in opposition throughout its existence.
- The castle has been privately owned throughout its existence.
- The team played in the New York–Penn League throughout its existence.
- It ended its run after six seasons in 2018.
- The film ended its run, collecting only .
- In 1990, the partnership ended its run and was amicably split.
- It commonly makes its way into the aquarium trade.
- It sometimes makes its way into the aquarium trade.
- The community was given its name by the railroad.
- This might explain how St. François was given its name.
- It was at this time that Cathedral Quarter was given its name.
- In this area malaria (swamp fever) took its toll.
- Keeping my temper took its toll.
- However, age took its toll, and in 2000 plans were drawn up to replace it.
- It was discovered in 2006 on a farm, hence its name.
- 16-20 Daguan Middle Road, Tianhe District, and hence its name.
- It became part of a stagecoach route to Scotland, hence its name.
- It launched its own HD feed on 14 April 2016.
- In April 1998, Egypt launched its own satellite known as NileSat 101.
- Years later, Corporacion Habanos launched its own version of the brand.
- In comparison, Japan saw its first railway in 1872.
- Hughes STEM saw its first students in 2009.
- The 46th Ohio saw its first combat on April 6 during the Battle of Shiloh.
- Kremnica Mint established its own coin shop in 2006.
- In 1998, Bermuda established its own Basketball Association.
- In 1976, Indonesia reciprocally established its own embassy in Helsinki.
- In 2003 the festival was given its current name.
- The station was given its current name in 1871.
- The company was given its current name in 2017.
- The entrance hall retains its original stone-flagged floor.
- The building retains its original entrance, windows and brick detailing."
- The station retains its original island platform layout and has no escalators.
- It was difficult to supply the post during its early years.
- Big '80s was SIRIUS's highest rated music channel during its early days.
- There are four cemeteries that were established in Rockett during its early years.
- It accumulated seven Emmy nominations during its run.
- The stage manager is in control of a production during its run.
- The series also had a huge success in the Philippines during its run.
- In 2002, Skindred released its debut album, "Babylon".
- The band released its debut album, "Ahead and Behind", in 2004.
- The band released its debut album "Live For You" on 25 August 2008.
- XHCHL received its concession on November 23, 1994.
- The station received its concession in December 2016 and in March 2018, 15 months later, finally moved to its newly assigned frequency of 95.3.
- XHMRT-FM received its concession on January 20, 2017, after Morales Reséndiz fought the Federal Telecommunications Institute and its predecessor, the Federal Telecommunications Commission (Cofetel), to obtain the frequency.
- In 1920, Sparta produced its first self-built cycle.
- In 1946, Getzen produced its first trombones.
- BCP produced its first Spanish language production in 2015.
- and toured the US west coast following its release.
- The app reached number one in free games immediately following its release.
- "Grid 2" received generally positive reviews from critics following its release.
- Mill Creek was named for a sawmill along its course.
- Mill Creek was named for the sawmills along its course.
- Honey Creek was named for the honeybees along its course.
- In 2018, it changed its format to Adult hits.
- It also changed its format to news & talk.
- WNOX changed its format to classic hits, branded as "Classic Hits 93.1".
- Switzerland went on to win its first Davis Cup in history.
- Two golden goals allowed Biesca Gijón to win its first Cup.
- Hellas won 2-1 a week later and went on to win its first cup title.
- In the 1920s, Keihan built another Osaka-Kyoto line through its subsidiary , which merged into Keihan in 1930.
- On behalf of its creditors Kaupthing, through its subsidiary Kaupskil, took ownership of Arion Bank on 8 January 2010.
- Koufu also manages Punggol Plaza, a shopping mall located in Punggol through its subsidiary, Abundance Development Pte Ltd.
- and is widespread and common throughout its range.
- The species is widely distributed throughout its range.
- The species faces extinction due to habitat loss throughout its range.
- The show had two opening theme songs during its history.
- The tournament has had a variety of sponsors during its history.
- Two Members of Provincial Parliament represented the riding during its history.
- New Orleans elected its first black mayor in the 1970s.
- Minto was elected its first President.
- In 1973, the city elected its first black mayor, Coleman Young.
- There is also no freeway anywhere along its route.
- In some other states along its route, it is signed east–west.
- 23 intersects multiple federal highways along its route, such as: Fed.
- In 1947, the station received its current name Mehringdamm.
- It received its current name in 2006.
- It received its current name in 1963.
- won its second of three straight National Cups.
- Bethlehem Steel won its second consecutive championship.
- SIG Strasbourg won its second Cup title.
- Instead, the EU, as a representative of all its members, negotiates collectively.
- In April 2018, the ICC decided to grant full Twenty20 International (T20I) status to all its members.
- The river flows generally north, joined by four minor tributaries, before reaching its confluence with the Gudgenby River, south of Tharwa; descending over its course.
- Coxs Creek rises northeast of Punchbowl railway station and flows generally north northeast, before reaching its confluence with the Cooks River, at Strathfield South.
- The Mooney Mooney Creek rises southeast of Central Mangrove below Peats Ridge, and flows generally south before reaching its confluence with the Hawkesbury River at the locality of Mooney Mooney.
- A helical staircase winds its way up the interior of the structure to the top.
- From here it winds its way northwards, entering the Tallac & Taylor Creek wetland before entering Lake Tahoe.
- The highway winds its way through the hilly and sparsely populated area passing Ryerson Station State Park to the north.
- VCOM-Carolinas graduated its first class in May 2015.
- Nash Central graduated its first class in 2005.
- It graduated its first class in January 1925.
- The game sold 7,627 copies in Japan within its first week.
- At first a ceremonial guard, it became a military force of 4,000 within its first year.
- It peaked at number 32 on the "Billboard" 200, selling up to 60,000 copies within its first week.
- The school celebrated its centenary on 28 August 2018.
- The post office celebrated its centenary year in 2017.
- In 2009, the ARL celebrated its centenary.
- On August 8, 449 the Second Council of Ephesus began its first session.
- The film began its first schedule at a bungalow in Greams road, Chennai.
- In September 2008, Herbal Magic began its first national advertising campaign.
- The company then shifted its focus to the arms industry.
- The village has shifted its focus from small businesses to tourism.
- With the name change, the label shifted its focus to ska and old reggae.
- In 1904, it introduced its first futures contracts.
- Volvo introduced its first heavy truck in 1931.
- Asahi Optical introduced its first 35 mm camera in 1952.
- A movement developed in favour of independence, reaching its peak in the 1970s.
- This state of affairs persisted throughout the territorial years, reaching its peak in 1885.
- Cancuén was a major city during the Classic Period, reaching its peak during the 7th century.
- In November 2019, it announced its intent to acquire StubHub.
- The following month, MackNificent Broadcasting announced its intent to acquire KVPW.
- In December 2017, Disney announced its intent to acquire key entertainment assets from 21st Century Fox.
- Journalist Petros Diplas became its president.
- In 1962 he became the secretary of Bazm-e-Adab and later became its president.
- He became its president at this time, and the company flourished under his control.
- After that time the Grand Lodge of Greece took its place.
- At the Aventine, the new cult took its place alongside the old.
- "She Said," a hidden track on the album, took its place instead.
- The surviving bottle oven was given its own listing.
- Each year, the ball was given its own special title.
- From 1607, it was given its own administrative council.
- Pirpiai has more than 35 mosques within its own "Mohallahs".
- Georgia considers both "occupied territories" within its own borders.
- Some of the osteoblasts develop into osteocytes, each living within its own small space, or lacuna.
- Naranjal established its first town council in 1814.
- In 1986 Tzu Chi established its first Hospital in Hualien.
- Yeshiva established its first graduate school, in Jewish studies, in 1936.
- He remained a member of the Seanad until its abolition in 1936.
- He had a keen interest in education, and was a member of the London School Board from 1897 until its abolition in 1904.
- Upon his death, it was given to Viscount Cranley, the son of the first George Onslow, who held it until its abolition in the early 19th century.