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According to an article in The Guardian, Guest attended the House of Lords regularly until the House of Lords Act 1999 barred most hereditary peers from their seats.
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According to article 37, paragraph 4 of Charter of Fundamental Rights and Basic Freedoms people who do not speak Czech have the right to get an interpreter in a court of law.
According to an article in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Technology Review, these Knuth reward checks are " among computerdom's most prized trophies ".
According to a 2008 article in The Wall Street Journal, Dartmouth graduates also earn higher median salaries at least 10 years after graduation than alumni of any other American university surveyed.
According to Fahrenheit's 1724 article, he determined his scale by reference to three fixed points of temperature.
According to Jan-Gustaf Ljunggren, in an article in the Swedish journal Läkartidningen ( 1983 ; No 32-33 ), in the 12th century, Zayn al-Din al-Jurjani, another Muslim physician, provided the first description of Graves ' disease after noting the association of goitre and exophthalmos in his Thesaurus of the Shah of Khwarazm, the major medical dictionary of its time.
According to an article by the math historian Kenneth May, “ Maps utilizing only four colours are rare, and those that do usually require only three.
According to the article, Anita Dunn claimed in an e-mail to have checked with colleagues who " deal with TV issues " and had been told that nobody had been instructed to avoid Fox.
According to an article Fahrenheit wrote in 1724, he based his scale on three reference points of temperature.
According to the article cited, the still classified NSA report is incorrect based on the CIA documents that were declassified which show that Powers ' account of being shot down at altitude was accurate.
According to Anthony Harkins in Hillbilly: A Cultural History of an American Icon, the term first appeared in print in a 1900 New York Journal article, with the definition: " a Hill-Billie is a free and untrammeled white citizen of Alabama, who lives in the hills, has no means to speak of, dresses as he can, talks as he pleases, drinks whiskey when he gets it, and fires off his revolver as the fancy takes him.
According to a 1938 Times magazine article, this was one of the first times that commercial use of hydroponics was used on such a large scale to feed people.
According to Scheer's article on the subject, a nearby slave patrol responded and killed ten slaves on the spot in extrajudicial killings without the benefit of trial.
According to Frances FitzGerald in an April 1987 New Yorker article, " They epitomized the excesses of the 1980s ; the greed, the love of glitz, and the shamelessness ; which in their case was so pure as to almost amount to a kind of innocence ".
According to an article by Nicholas Wade published in the New York Times, genetic evidence published in July 2012 in the journal Nature by David Reich of the Harvard Medical School " vindicates " Greenberg's hypothesis of three waves of migration into the Americas.
According to a 1907 magazine article about Landis, " Corporations smiled pleasantly at the thought of a corporation lawyer being on the bench.
According to a 1978 article in the American Economic Review, 90 percent of the economists surveyed agreed that the minimum wage increases unemployment among low-skilled workers.
According to a 2007 article in Commentary magazine, his " parents were moderately observant, but Friedman, after an intense burst of childhood piety, rejected religion altogether.
According to the Party Act ( article 46 ) adopted in 1980, " KPA is the revolutionary armed forces of the KWP.
According to the Catholic Encyclopedia article on the Canon of the New Testament: " The idea of a complete and clear-cut canon of the New Testament existing from the beginning, that is from Apostolic times, has no foundation in history.
According to the article, Abdul said the medications made her " get weird " at times and that she suffered from physical withdrawal symptoms during her recovery.
According to a New York Times article from Feb. 1, 1893, Smith allegedly: " picked up little Myrtle Vance ... near her father's residence, and ... carried her through the central portion of the city ... En route through the city he was asked by several persons what he was doing with the child.
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According to The Guardian newspaper: " At the heart of years of dissent against psychiatry through the ages has been its use of drugs, particularly antipsychotics, to treat distress.
According to The Guardian, music styles during the 2000s changed very little from how they were at last half of the 1990s.
( According to The Guardian of 26 July 1991, Pik Botha told a press conference that the South African government had paid more than £ 20 million to at least seven political parties in Namibia to oppose SWAPO in the run-up to the 1989 elections.
According to the constitution all candidates running for these positions must be vetted by the Guardian Council ( with the exception of those running for " Assembly of Experts ") before being elected.
According to the Waltham Forest Guardian, " almost a quarter of a million books have gone missing from Waltham Forest libraries amid claims they have been burned or pulped " and the borough's library stock fell by 60 % over the two previous years.
According to The Guardian, the city was close to bankruptcy in July 2012, with the wages of all municipal officials, including the mayor and fire chief, being cut to $ 7. 25 / hour.
According to The Guardian, the charge has significantly changed the relationship between Betfair and its customers, as Betfair can no longer claim to be a neutral bet exchange provider " where winners are welcome " ( its mantra for many years ).
According to an officer in the Russian special forces cited by The Guardian, the leak was controlled: " We leaked the information that the storming would take place at three in the morning.
According to the Guardian, Hamilton admitted in The Sunday Times that he did give " a little salute with two fingers to his nose to give the impression of a toothbrush moustache.
According to an interview with The Guardian newspaper, he attended the University of Warwick for two terms, before dropping out to study sculpture at Cheltenham College of Art.
According to The Guardian newspaper, former Fairfax chief executive Fred Hilmer wrote in his memoirs that " he struggled to cope with a left-leaning editorial culture at papers such as The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, and was surprised that journalists saw themselves as advocates rather than simply reporters.
According to one recent study reported in the Guardian, there are now 8, 500 former servicemen in prison, making up almost 10 % of the prison population.
According to the Guardian, Short accepted £ 1, 580 in donations worth of flights, hotel accommodation, food and travel expenses from al-Manar television in Lebanon in 2008.
" According to the British newspaper The Guardian, "... the October 1970 plot against Chile's President-elect Salvador Allende ... was the direct result of a plea for action a month earlier by Donald Kendall, chairman of PepsiCo, in two telephone calls to the company's former lawyer, President Richard Nixon.
According to Jonathan Steele, writing in The Guardian, IBC " is widely considered as the most reliable database of Iraqi civilian deaths ". But some researchers regard it at best as a floor, or baseline for mortality, and that it underestimates actual mortality by potentially several factors.
According to The Guardian University of Kent is ranked 9th in the UK for Business and Economics, 10th for Anthropology, 12th for Architecture, 14th for Modern Languages.
According to The Guardian ( 23 September 2006 ) Reid arrived in the House of Commons " drunk one day and tried to force his way on to the floor to vote.
According to Article 96 of the constitution, the Guardian Council holds veto power over all legislation approved by the Majlis.
According to The Guardian, " Like a rather special stock cube, a spoonful can work wonders in mashed potato, risotto, or with sauteed garlic mushrooms or scrambled eggs.
According to a March 2005 draft entry for the Oxford English Dictionary, the term first came into use in the early 1990s, with published examples including the August 22, 1992 issue of the New Scientist and an October 12, 1994 reference in The Guardian society section:
According to The Guardian, " The factory's owner, Salah Idris, vigorously denied that he or the factory had any link with such weapons or any terrorist group.