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As “ an expatriate Southerner, fresh from the pitched battles of the Civil Rights struggle in Memphis, Tennessee ,” Callicott believed that “ the environment was under wholesale assault from every direction with no surcease in sight ” and that “ Civil Rights was a cause already won in the republic of ideas and in the courts ( if not on Main Street in Memphis ).” He “ was a concerned citizen, but was also, more particularly, a challenged philosopher .” So Callicott asked “ how, as a philosopher, could contribute to a rethinking of human nature and a reconstruction of human values to help bring them into line with the relatively new ideas about the nature of the environment emerging from ecology and the new physics .”
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“ and expatriate
“ NUVUE ”, the first cable television system, was set up in Baguio City spearheaded by American expatriate Russel Swartley in 1969.
* 1988 under new regulations, China ’ s Ministry of Foreign affairs officially registered ISB as a “ school for diplomatic children .” The campus moved to the Lido complex of offices and housing units, and the school was permitted to accept applications from all expatriate residents of Beijing.
“ and fresh
“ The new Atlanta Falcons logo is fresh, strong and dynamic, and yet appreciates the tradition and history of this franchise ,” said Falcons owner and CEO Arthur Blank.
In the Impressionist exhibit of 1876 however, art critic Albert Wolf complained in his review, “ Try to make M. Pissarro understand that trees are not violet, that sky is not the color of fresh butter.
Furthermore, fresh pasta is usually made with a mixture of eggs and all-purpose flour or “ 00 ” high gluten flour.
Rouse excitedly proclaimed that this undertaking “ will be the largest, and potentially most important development in the history of Baltimore .” Rouse hoped that he could bring to the residential field “ some of the fresh thinking, good taste and high standards which we believe have marked our shopping center developments .”
Early on, Jones was interested in devising a fresh format for the Python TV shows, and it was largely he who developed the stream-of-consciousness style which abandoned punchlines and encouraged the fluid movement of one sketch into another, allowing the troupe's conceptual humour the space to “ breathe ”.
The New York Times wrote, “ He's taken a craft that's been around for hundreds of years and done something unique and fresh with it.
In July 1914, Akhmatova wrote “ Frightening times are approaching / Soon fresh graves will cover the land "; on August 1, Germany declared war on Russia, marking the start of " the dark storm " of world war, civil war, revolution and totalitarian repression for Russia.
The process of “ stepping out ” of a frame, out of a form of knowing – a prevailing ideology – is analogous to the work of artists as they struggle to give birth to fresh ways of seeing the world, perspectives that allow them to see aspects of the world that no artists, including themselves, have ever seen before.
Farr also worked in TV commercials, including a memorable spot for Wonder Bread ( as a vendor who says, “ If it isn ’ t fresh, I ’ m outa business !”).
The Pashtun tribal dish, “ Landhi ”, is made of a whole lamb which is dried and kept fresh during the cold winters.
“ We were possibly the best fed people in Australia right through the depression, with butter, cream and milk, cheese, dried fruits and fresh fruits, fresh vegetables the year round, more than what we could use, but no money !”
The Harwood Arms, behind Fulham Broadway, is the only pub in London to receive a Michelin Star, this fresh entry to the Michelin Guide looks to take diners to a “ rural haven in the middle of Fulham ”.
The Heemstede replenished their supplies with fresh water, fish, seals and penguins and left a wooden tablet with the inscription “ Today, 17 February 1643, from the Dutch fluyt Heemstede, Claes Gerritsz Bierenbroodspot from Hoorn and Jan Coertsen van den Broec landed here .”.
The “ California Capitol City Dawg ”, served at Capitol Dawg in Sacramento, California, features a grilled 18 " all-beef in natural casing frank from Chicago, served on a fresh baked herb and oil focaccia roll, spread with white truffle butter, then grilled.
Perle ’ s reasoning for implementing the Office of Special Plans was essentially to “ bring in people with fresh eyes to review the intelligence that the CIA and other agencies had collected .” In an interview with CNN on September 16, 2001 Perle announced " Even if we cannot prove to the standards that we enjoy in our own civil society that they were involved, we do know, for example, that Saddam Hussein has ties to Osama Bin Laden ..." Flynt Leverett, a senior staff member of the Bush National Security Council states: “ There were constant efforts to pressure the intelligence community to provide assessments that would support their views.
Common items include cheese from Chiautla, fresh and dried herbs ( both culinary and medicinal ), ocote wood, incense, nuts, fruits from various parts of Puebla state, resins, “ mecapales ”, vanilla pods, saffron, peanuts, and crafts such as palm frond mats ( petates ), baskets, clay pots and wooden utensils.
The Prior at Winchester began to lease Fleet Ponds and the pastures there to a tenant at Fleet Farm, at an annual rent of 23 shillings and 4 pence plus “ a hundred of the fishes, pike, tenches, perches, bream and roaches, to he carried and delivered ( to Winchester ) in a good and fresh state ”.
Blood samples taken at the scene were reported to be " light pink in color " and “ Did not clot after several days ” while the animal's hide was found to be unusually brittle for a fresh death ( the animal was estimated to have been dead for 5 hours ) and the flesh underneath was found to be discolored.
Lucas Guttengag, director of the ACLU Immigrants ’ Rights Project stated that, “ immigrants awaiting administrative hearings are being detained in conditions that would be unacceptable at prisons for criminal offenders .” Such examples include “ travelers without visas ” ( TWOVs ) being held in motels near airports nicknamed “ Motel Kafkas ” that are under the jurisdiction of private security officers who have no affiliation to the government, often denying them telephones or fresh air, and there are some cases where detainees have been shackled and sexually abused according to Guttengag.
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After recapitulating the " walking " themes, Gershwin overlays the slow blues theme from section B in the final “ Grandioso .”
For Euclid ’ s method to succeed, the starting lengths must satisfy two requirements: ( i ) the lengths must not be 0, AND ( ii ) the subtraction must be “ proper ”, a test must guarantee that the smaller of the two numbers is subtracted from the larger ( alternately, the two can be equal so their subtraction yields 0 ).
* Grzega, Joachim: “ On the Description of National Varieties: Examples from ( German and Austrian ) German and ( English and American ) English .” In: Linguistik Online 7 ( 2000 ).
The National Endowment for the Arts and Humanities recommended creating AFI “ to enrich and nurture the art of film in America ” with initial funding from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Motion Picture Association of America and the Ford Foundation.
For example Darrell Schweitzer writing to the New York Review of Science Fiction in 1999 quoted a passage from the original van Vogt novelette “ The Mixed Men ”, which he was then reading, and remarked:
In geography and agriculture, arable land ( from Latin arāre ; “ To plough, To farm ”) is land that can be used for growing crops.
Some cultural differences may be based on linear traditions, on teaching from one generation or “ school ” to another.
An abbot ( from Old English abbod, abbad, from Latin abbas (“ father ”), from Ancient Greek ἀββᾶς ( abbas ), from Aramaic ܐܒܐ / אבא (’ abbā, “ father ”); confer German Abt ; French abbé ) is the head and chief governor of a community of monks, called also in the East hegumen or archimandrite.
Rousseau believed that young boys should avoid formal schooling and pursue instead an “ education direct from nature .” Ampère ’ s father actualized this ideal by allowing his son to educate himself within the walls of his well-stocked library.
Known to the Iranians by the Pahlavi compound word kah-ruba ( from kah “ straw ” plus rubay “ attract, snatch ,” referring to its electrical properties ), which entered Arabic as kahraba ' or kahraba, it too was called amber in Europe ( Old French and Middle English ambre ).
B. Passerius derives it from abh, “ father ,” bara, “ to create ,” and a-negative —“ the uncreated Father .”
* Giuseppe Barzilai goes back for explanation to the first verse of the prayer attributed to Rabbi Nehunya ben HaKanah, the literal rendering of which is “ O, with thy mighty right hand deliver the unhappy ,” forming from the initial and final letters of the words the word Abrakd ( pronounced Abrakad ), with the meaning “ the host of the winged ones ,” i. e., angels.
* Isaac de Beausobre derives Abrasax from the Greek habros and saō, “ the beautiful, the glorious Savior .”
Perhaps the word may be included among those mysterious expressions discussed by Adolf von Harnack, “ which belong to no known speech, and by their singular collocation of vowels and consonants give evidence that they belong to some mystic dialect, or take their origin from some supposed divine inspiration .”
Agathocles was cited as from the lowest, most abject condition of life and as an example of “ those who by their crimes come to be princes ” in Chapter VIII of Niccolò Machiavelli ’ s treatise on politics, The Prince ( 1513 ).
Individuals who survived to this, the latest and highest stage of evolutionary progress would be “ those in whom the power of self-preservation is the greatest — are the select of their generation .” Moreover, Spencer perceived governmental authority as borrowed from the people to perform the transitory aims of establishing social cohesion, insurance of rights, and security.
Carnegie was an ardent supporter of commercial “ survival of the fittest ” and sought to immunity from business challenges by dominating all phases of the steel manufacturing procedure.
Commercial aircraft cockpit data recorders, commonly known as a “ black box ”, store flight information and audio from the cockpit.
# An aircraft should be “ in flight ” ( that is, according to Article 1, paragraph 3 of the Tokyo Convention, from the moment when power is applied for the purpose of take-off until the moment when the landing run ends );