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By 800 social and cultural security had been achieved, at least on a simple plane ; ;
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By the 1920s, the U. S. reached what is still its era of greatest-ever output, producing an average of 800 feature films annually, or 82 % of the global total ( Eyman, 1997 ).
By 1866 he was " able to command ten to fifteen guineas for the reworking of a single Punch cartoon as a pencil sketch ", alongside his " comfortable " Punch salary " of about £ 800 a year ".
By 1857 he had accumulated over 800 pages of notes and short essays on capital, landed property, wage labour, the state, and foreign trade and the world market ; this work did not appear in print until 1941, under the title Grundrisse.
By the time of the largest expansion towards Kievan Rus ' lands, at the end of the 13th and during the 14th century, the territory of the GDL was about 800, 000 km < sup > 2 </ sup >, of which 10 % was ethnically Lithuanian.
By the beginning of the 20th century, the Nez Perce had declined to about 1, 800 because of epidemics, conflicts with non-Indians, and other factors.
By 800 CE the Native Americans had established three main crops — beans, squash, and corn — called the three sisters.
By 1834, it was estimated that over 30, 000 Anglos lived in Coahuila y Tejas, compared to only 7, 800 Mexican-born citizens.
By 1910, there were 4, 800 elementary schools, 330 lyceums, 27 high schools, and 113 vocational schools.
By August 1942, the Japanese had about 900 naval troops on Tulagi and nearby islands and 2, 800 personnel ( 2, 200 being Korean forced laborers & trustees as well as Japanese construction specialists ) on Guadalcanal.
By comparison, Deutsche Telekom paid 3, 800 Euros per customer when it bought the UK competitor One-2-One, i. e. 8. 2 billion pounds sterling.
By June 1940, the number of Jews in Rzeszów had decreased to 11, 800, of whom 7, 800 were pre-war residents of the city ; the rest were refugees from surrounding villages.
By the end of 1928, these shops, which had at one time employed over 800 people in Water Valley, were completely closed.
By contrast, only 1. 17 % of the world's oceans is included in the world's ~ 6, 800 Marine Protected Areas.
By the time the more compact minuscule scripts arose circa AD 800, some of the evolved uncial styles formed the basis for these simplified, smaller scripts.
By 1960, the city's growth to the south prompted the building of South Grove Elementary ( later Intermediate ) at the 800 block of South 9th Avenue.
By and social
By means of this social control, deviance is either eliminated or somehow made compatible with the function of the social group.
By clarifying fundamental premises in the social sciences, and defining the logical problems emergent at the borderlands of each new scientific discipline, philosophy can offer the sort of distinction that can accelerate growth in human understanding.
By the early 20th century the Liberals stance began to shift towards " New Liberalism ", what would today be called social liberalism: a belief in personal liberty with a support for government intervention to provide minimum levels of welfare.
By now the group had become a de-facto political force, pitting itself against rising elements of American social and political life such as the religious right, Ronald Reagan and the idle rich.
By 1924 in Paris, Dada was melding into surrealism, and artists had gone on to other ideas and movements, including surrealism, social realism and other forms of modernism.
Despite the revivalists ' various political views and different opinions regarding the nature of authentic folk music, they all shared an understanding of Americanism that grounded the nation's identity in cultural pluralism and political democracy " By the end of the 1930s they along with the musicians and others had turned American folk music into a social movement.
By 1917 Finland had experienced rapid population growth, industrialization, improvements in the economy and standard of living, and the rise of a comprehensive labor movement ; economic, social, and political divisions were deepening while the Finnish political system was in an unstable phase of democratization and modernization.
By making the graffiti less explicit ( as adapted to social and legal constraints ), these drawings are less likely to be removed but do not lose their threatening and offensive character.
By law and Southern social convention, household heads were adult, white propertied males, and all white women and all African Americans were thought to require protection and guidance because they lacked the capacity for reason and self-control.
By way of a folk memorial, he is recalled in the Australian vernacular expression " do a Harold Holt " ( or " do the Harry "), rhyming slang for " do a bolt " meaning " to disappear suddenly and without explanation ", although this is usually employed in the context of disappearance from a social gathering rather than a case of presumed death.
By 2000 the social structure included a politically active working class, a primarily clerical middle class, and an upper bracket consisting of managers, entrepreneurs, and professionals.
By 1802 the Separatists had grown in number to about 12, 000 and the Württemberg government decided that they were a dangerous threat to social order.
By providing innovators with " durable and tangible return on their investment of time, labor, and other resources ", intellectual property rights seek to maximize social utility.
By the time the book on female sexuality was published, it appeared that Kinsey seemed to feel that women and men are more alike in the biology of their sexuality than he had previously thought, and that both men's and women's sexuality seemed shaped, not merely repressed, by social and cultural forces.
By the end of 2008, parties had a hard time agreeing on further budget cuts, ( mainly in the social sphere ) the planned reorganization of the government, and layoffs.
Déjacque wrote that: ‘ By government I understand all delegation, all power outside the people ,’ for which must be substituted, in a process whereby politics is transcended, the ‘ people in direct possession of their sovereignty ,’ or the ‘ organised commune .’ For Déjacque, the communist anarchist utopia would fulfil the function of inciting each proletarian to explore his or her own human potentialities, in addition to correcting the ignorance of the proletarians concerning ‘ social science .’"
By the time the fighting ended in November 1918, the war had had a profound impact, affecting the social, political and economic systems of Europe and inflicting psychological and physical damage.
By the time the historical written record begins to cover this area, it has already seen a number of invasions sweep over it, leaving social and political upheaval in their wake.
By placing the prisoners under conditions of physical and social deprivation and disruption, and then by offering them more comfortable situations such as better sleeping quarters, better food, warmer clothes or blankets, the Chinese did succeed in getting some of the prisoners to make anti-American statements.
By the end of the 19th century, a new educated social class which transcended the divisions of race and caste was emerging as a result of British attempts to nurture a range of professionals for the Ceylon Civil Service and for the legal, educational, and medical professions.
By the late 19th century, the academic social sciences were constituted of five fields: jurisprudence and amendment of the law, education, health, economy and trade, and art.
By contrast, Prince Saud Al-Faisal is one of the strongest supporters of political and social reform.