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central and issue
Any attempt to reconcile this statement of the central issue in the campaign of 1956 with the nature of the man who could not conceive it as the central issue will at least resolve our confusions about the chaotic and misleading results of the earnestness of both doctors and President in a situation which should never have arisen.
Despite the internal and international crises that harassed Morocco the elections remained a central issue.
Our endeavor to capture even a faint sense of how strenuous was the fight is muffled by our indifference to the very issue which in the Boston of 1848 seemed to be the central hope of its Christian survival, that of the literal, factual historicity of the miracles as reported in the Four Gospels.
By contrast, the National Union Party was united and energized as Lincoln made emancipation the central issue, and state Republican parties stressed the perfidy of the Copperheads.
Abraham Lincoln consistently made preserving the Union the central goal of the war, though he increasingly saw slavery as a crucial issue and made ending it an additional goal.
The history of the universe is a central issue in cosmology.
The question of who may vote is a central issue in elections.
The term " fantasy " became a central issue with the development of the Kleinian group as a distinctive strand within the British Psycho-Analytical Society, and was at the heart of the so-called Controversial discussions of the wartime years.
It had been a central issue in the reign of Pope Gregory VII and his battles with Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor.
The treaty angered the French and became a central issue in many political debates.
The issue of women's right to academic education is central to the book's plot.
Corruption in politics was the central issue in 1884, and Cleveland's reputation as an opponent of corruption proved the Democrats ' strongest asset.
The Second World War left the surviving remnant of Jews in central Europe as displaced persons ( refugees ); an Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry, established to examine the Palestine issue, surveyed their ambitions and found that 97 % wanted to migrate to Palestine.
In the 19th century, human rights became a central concern over the issue of slavery.
Schwitters published a periodical, also called Merz, between 1923 – 32, in which each issue was devoted to a central theme.
The central issue of this definition may be stated as " did the defendant know what he was doing, or, if so, that it was wrong?
The issue central to the case was whether Microsoft was allowed to bundle its flagship Internet Explorer ( IE ) web browser software with its Microsoft Windows operating system.
On June 3, 2008, US-Sudan normalization talks broke down over the issue of conflicts in the oil-producing central region of Abyei.
In the seventeenth century, the philosophy of space and time emerged as a central issue in epistemology and metaphysics.
As warfare in Europe increased, the two factions increasingly made foreign policy the central political issue of the day.
Perhaps the final political impetus towards independence was the central issue of land ownership which arose during the 1960s.

central and addressed
Found with him was a rambling letter addressed to the British Prime Minister " Vincent Churchill " criticizing British foreign policy for anti-German bias, blaming the British for the Soviet occupation of eastern Germany, and thus for the advance of " Bolshevism " into central Europe.
The ECOSOC serves as the central forum for discussing international economic and social issues, and for formulating policy recommendations addressed to member states and the United Nations system.
In Ilium by Dan Simmons, ( 2003 ), a woman who is addressed as the Wandering Jew plays a central role, though her real name is Savi.
The President's ability to suspend habeas corpus independently of Congress, a central issue, was not addressed, probably because it was moot with respect to the case at hand.
In 2003, he addressed a rally in central London called by the Islamic al-Muhajiroun, where members spoke of their support for Islamist goals like the creation of a new Islamic caliphate and destroying the Western-backed Middle Eastern regimes.
The ECOSOC serves as the central forum for discussing international economic and social issues, and for formulating policy recommendations addressed to member states and the United Nations system.
For Knight ‘ picturesque ’ means simply ‘ after the manner of painting ’, a point which is important to his further discussion of sensation, which in Knight's view is central to the understanding of painting and music which are ‘ addressed to the organs of sight and hearing ’, while poetry and sculpture appeal ‘ entirely to the imagination and passions .’ The latter must be understood in terms of associations of ideas, while the former rely on the ‘ irritation ’ or friction of sensitive parts of the body.
He addressed the central question of ' Why should I be moral?
The central idea is to evolve an initial curve towards the lowest potential of a cost function, where its definition reflects the task to be addressed.
Tax leakage, which served as Flaherty ’ s central policy justification for his 31. 5 % income trust tax, was addressed during the Goodale Income Trust public consultation process of Fall 2005, during which time HLB Decision Economics worked collaboratively with the Department of Finance and published their findings in paper entitled “ The tax revenue implications of income trusts ”, dated November 24, 2005.
These " Letters of Sylvius " addressed many of the practical concerns of his state, where the rural and frequently debt-ridden farmers favored minimal government regulations, while the mercantile-planter group from the seaboard region wanted an economy strictly regulated by a central government.
Many of the central themes of Brigstocke's work were first addressed during his time as a student at the University of Bristol.
Some of the major points that were addressed in the resolutions are as follows: Canada will have a strong central government ( federal government ), the central government is to be responsiblle for the legislation of peace, order and good government, provinces will have defined powers and will be accountable for handling local affairs and social and cultural issues, the United Province of Canada ( as they called it ), will be split into Quebec and Ontario, a federal government will be composed of two law making houses.
This second bridge addressed the central operational weakness of the single bridge, which was that trains entering the station from the south had to be reversed back across the bridge when returning in that direction.
The central issues being addressed are how dendrites integrate synaptic signals in neurons, how networks of neurons generate dynamical patterns of activity, how sensory information is represented in the cerebral cortex, how memory representations are formed and consolidated during sleep, and how visuo-motor transformations are adaptively organized.
All of the major miracles of the New Testament are addressed, with the incarnation playing the central role.
With the central theme of wilderness, people and climate change, the WILD9 process addressed the most imperative environmental issues, resulting in many specific outcomes, available online.
His work " Class Structure in the Social Consciousness " addressed the very vexing problem ( to the Communist idealogues of the Comintern ) why it was that the most advanced economy of the time ( the USA ) was also the most vehement opponent of Communism, in direct opposition to central Marxist tenets.
President Hu's focus on stability and openness is the central model addressed in the book The J Curve: A New Way to Understand Why Nations Rise and Fall by Ian Bremmer.
On the anniversary of the October Revolution, on 7 November 1941 Joseph Stalin addressed a mass assembly of party leaders and ordinary Muscovites in the central hall of the station.
In the following days the central square of Bologna, Piazza Maggiore, hosted large-scale demonstrations of indignation and protest among the population, in which were not spared harsh criticism and protests addressed to government representatives, who attended the funerals of the victims celebrated in the Basilica San Petronio on August 6.
Other players commented on the quality of the chat robots, and their inability to respond meaningfully to comments made by players that addressed the central theme of the game.

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