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Contemporary documents usually list the thirteen colonies of British North America in geographical order, from the north to the south.
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Contemporary documents do attest that information was laid before the Inquisition against Gusmão, but on quite another charge.
Contemporary archaeological finds and documents such as the Pilate Inscription from Caesarea attest to the governor's more accurate official title only for the years 6 through 44: prefect.
Contemporary documents stress his status as count and his relationship of vassalage to the king of León.
Contemporary discussions of corporate governance tend to refer to principles raised in three documents released since 1990: The Cadbury Report ( UK, 1992 ), the Principles of Corporate Governance ( OECD, 1998 and 2004 ), the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 ( US, 2002 ).
Contemporary accounts, letters, documents, etc., compiled by Graham Padden, TUC, 1984, updated 1997.
Contemporary Venetian court documents place Nicolò as undergoing trial for embezzlement in 1394 for his actions as military governor of Modone and Corone in Greece from 1390 – 1392.
" Contemporary documents from the time of the Mabinogion do not actually mention Harlech, referring only to Llywelyn building his castle " at Ardudwy "
Contemporary documents about Rennyo's life and his hermitage were thus the first to refer to this place by the name Osaka.
Contemporary documents describing his retirement site as being on a " long slope " ( 大坂, Ōzaka ) are the first to call the area by that name, which has changed only slightly over time to Osaka ( 大阪 ), and become Japan's second largest city.
Contemporary documents refer to Rojas as " converso ", but scholarly opinion differs on whether this means that he himself converted from Judaism to Christianity or whether the term implied that he was " de linaje de conversos " – of convert descent.
Contemporary and usually
Contemporary Greek literature is usually ( but not exclusively ) written in polytonic orthography, though the monotonic orthography was made official in 1981 by Andreas Papandreou.
Contemporary art galleries are usually open to the general public without charge ; however, some are semi-private.
Contemporary gender theorists usually argue that a two-gender system is neither innate nor universal.
Pilpel and Amsel write, " Contemporary proponents of ‘ rational suicide ’ or the ‘ right to die ’ usually demand by ‘ rationality ’ that the decision to kill oneself be both the autonomous choice of the agent ( i. e., not due to the physician or the family pressuring them to ‘ do the right thing ’ and suicide ) and a ‘ best option under the circumstances ’ choice desired by the stoics or utilitarians, as well as other natural conditions such as the choice being stable, not an impulsive decision, not due to mental illness, achieved after due deliberation, etc.
Contemporary zafus are sewn from three pieces of heavy cloth, usually colored black: two round swatches of equal size for the top and the bottom of the cushion, and a long rectangle that is sewn into gathers in between.
Contemporary cavalry, even when heavily armored, would most usually be equipped with javelins and would avoid melee.
Contemporary Western cultures permit displays of cleavage in appropriate social contexts, but exposing the areolae and nipples is usually regarded as immodest and is sometimes prosecuted as indecent exposure.
In May 2010, New Amsterdam released a follow-up, a 2-CD set entitled Someone Will Take Care of Me, which combines two song-cycles performed by Dargel with live musicians most usually associated with contemporary classical music performance: On Removable Parts, he is joined by pianist Kathleen Supové, and on Thirteen Near-Death Experiences he is joined by members of the International Contemporary Ensemble and composer / drummer David T. Little.
The tournament is usually held at the convention center of the Contemporary Resort Hotel at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
Contemporary and list
" Find a Way ", from Unguarded, became the first Christian song to hit Billboard's Top 40 list, also reaching No. 7 on the Adult Contemporary chart.
Contemporary novels, including French translations of foreign novels, lead the list ( 13 % of total books sold ), followed by sentimental novels ( 4. 1 %), detective and spy fiction ( 3. 7 %), " classic " literature ( 3. 5 %), science fiction and horror ( 1. 3 %) and erotic fiction ( 0. 2 %).
The title of the Lorber's album was his response to residing the West Side of L. A. ( not his adaptation of songs from the Broadway musical or West Side Story film ), and after its issue in November 1994, the studio record peaked at No .# 5 in the Billboard's list of Top Contemporary Jazz albums.
His full-length book, Things We Don't Know We Don't Know ( 2006 ), was published by the Backwaters Press and debuted at # 12 on The Poetry Foundation's Contemporary bestsellers list.
Contemporary and colonies
The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, one of the nation's premier urban artist colonies, was founded in Omaha in 1981, and the Durham Museum is accredited with the Smithsonian Institution for traveling exhibits.
Contemporary and British
Contemporary bronze head of Claudius found at the River Alde at Rendham, near Saxmundham, Suffolk ( British Museum )
" Creating the Exemplary Citizen: The Changing Notion of Citizenship in Britain 1870 – 1939 ," Contemporary British History ( 2008 ) 22 # 2 pp 203 – 225
* Holger Nehring, ' National Internationalists: British and West German Protests against Nuclear Weapons, the Politics of Transnational Communications and the Social History of the Cold War, 1957 – 1964 ', Contemporary European History, 14, No. 4 ( 2006 )
* Holger Nehring, ' The British and West German Protests against Nuclear Weapons and the Cultures of the Cold War, 1957 – 64 ', Contemporary British History, 19, No. 2 ( 2005 )
Contemporary scholarship on the so-called " Zinoviev letter " dates to a 1967 monograph published by three British journalists working for The Sunday Times.
The British version of cultural studies was developed in the 1950s and 1960s mainly under the influence of Richard Hoggart, E. P. Thompson, Raymond Williams, Stuart Hall and others at the Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies at the University of Birmingham.
The Tate is an institution that houses the United Kingdom's national collection of British Art, and International Modern and Contemporary Art.
In 2000, the Tate Gallery transformed itself into the current-day Tate, or the Tate Modern, which consists of a federation of four museums: Tate Britain which displays the collection of British art from 1500 to the present day ; Tate Modern which is also in London, houses the Tate's collection of British and International Modern and Contemporary Art from 1900 to the present day.
In 1883, an anonymous author calling himself " A German " wrote a memorial to Léon Gambetta, published in The Contemporary Review, a British quarterly.
), FBA, FRHistS ( Attlee Professor of Contemporary British History, Queen Mary, University of London )
Pettibon ’ s work is included in the collection of many museums and institutions worldwide including: The Armand Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA ; The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL ; Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas ; Ellipse Foundation Contemporary Art Collection, Lisbon, Portugal ; FRAC Nord-Pas de Calais, Lille, France ; Kunstmuseum St. Gallen, St. Gallen, Switzerland ; Hamburger Bahnhof, Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin, Germany ; Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, CA ; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA ; Ludwig Museum, Köln, Germany ; Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI ; Museion, Bolzano, Italy ; Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands ; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL ; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA ; Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA ; Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY ; Neue Galerie der Stadt Linz, Linz, Austria ; Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA ; Saint Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, MO ; Sammlung Goetz, Munich, Germany ; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA ; Stiftung Kunsthalle Bern, Bern, Switzerland ; Tate Modern, London, United Kingdom ; Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada ; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN ; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY ; WIMNAM / CCI, Centre Pompidou, Paris, France.
Frieze launched in 1991 embraced the YBAs from the start while established publications such as Art Monthly, Art Review, Modern Painters and Contemporary Art were all re-launched with more focus on emerging British artists.
Contemporary Australian cuisine combines British and indigenous origins with Mediterranean and Asian influences.
* Garland, David ( 1996 ), " The Limits of the Sovereign State: Strategies of Crime Control in Contemporary Society ", British Journal of Criminology Vol 36 pp445 – 471.
Kitaj were included in an exhibition entitled The Independent Eye: Contemporary British Art From the Collection of Samuel and Gabrielle Lurie, at the Yale Center for British Art.