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Labor relations have been transformed, income security has become a standardized feature of political platforms, and all the many facets of the American version of the welfare state have become part of the conventional wisdom.
The idea of national responsibility thus has become a common feature of the nations of the non-Soviet world.
Almost febrile in intensity, the principle has become worldwide in application -- unfortunately at the very time that nationalist fervors can wreak greatest harm.
The expression has become quite a cliche.
As capitalism in the 20th century has become increasingly dependent upon force and violence for its survival, the private detective is placed in a serious dilemma.
What is simply an opinion formed in defiance of the laws of human probability, whether or not it is later confirmed, has become by September of the election year `` a firm conviction ''.
At this point, of course, the issue has become complicated by a development unforeseen by Lappenberg and Kemble.
soyaburgers have replaced meat, and wood has become so precious that it is saved for expensive jewelry ; ;
Malraux, to be sure, does not abandon the world of violence, combat and sudden death which has become his hallmark as a creative artist, and which is the only world, apparently, in which his imagination can flame into life.
This has been his first encounter with mankind, and, although he has now become a legendary figure in the popular European press, it leaves him profoundly dissatisfied.
he has become Friday on Dragnet, a mouthpiece of arbitrary police authority.
The Nashville plan, incidentally, has become recognized as perhaps the most acceptable and thus the most practical to put into effect in the troubled South.
The second great dilemma has been the morality of nuclear testing, a dilemma which has suddenly become acute because of the present series of Soviet tests.
The second choice, full testing, has become even more risky just because the current Soviet tests have already dangerously contaminated the atmosphere.
For it is such a distinguished place, with such fine works of art and such a big library, that there can be little doubt but that the owner has become depraved by all this culture.
He has become in this half century the grand old man of American history.
This financial assistance from the state has become necessary because the local governments themselves found the property tax, or at least at the rates then existing, insufficient for their requirements.
With its history standing astride all but the very beginnings of the industrial revolution, Brown & Sharpe has become over the years a singular monument to the mechanical foresight of its founder, Joseph R. Brown, and a world-renowned synonym for precision and progress in metalworking technology.
This delightful tropical fruit has become well-known in the past thirty years because modern transportation methods have made it possible to ship avocados anywhere in the United States.
Boating has become a giant whose strides cover the entire nation from sea to shining sea.
With modern techniques of woodworking and the multitude of cutting tools, fixtures, and attachments available, the drill press has become a basic home workshop tool.
This covered, wooden bridge is so closely identified with the first action in the early morning of June 3, 1861, and with subsequent troop movements of both armies in the Philippi area that it has become a part and parcel of the war story.

has and definitive
Even though in most cases the completion of the definitive editions of their writings is still years off, enough documentation has already been assembled to warrant drawing a new composite profile of the leadership which performed the heroic dual feats of winning American independence and founding a new nation.
For some coccidiomorphs, the original host has become the intermediate host while in others it has become the definitive host.
His 1939 memorial article for Sapir, " The Relation of Habitual Thought And Behavior to Language ", in particular has been taken to be Whorf's definitive statement of the issue, and is his most frequently quoted piece.
The size of the byte has historically been hardware dependent and no definitive standards existed that mandated the size.
“ A visit to the ground has only confirmed me ,” Lucas wrote in 1921 ; “ and it was interesting to find that Mr. Apostolides, son of the large local landowner, the hospitality of whose farm at Tekés I enjoyed, was convinced too that the site was by Driskole Krini, for the very sound reason that neither the hills nor the river further east suit Caesar ’ s description .” John D. Morgan in his definitive “ Palae-pharsalus – the Battle and the Town ”, arguing for a site closer still to Krini, where he places Palaepharsalos, writes: “ My reconstruction is similar to Lucas ’ s, and in fact I borrow one of his alternatives for the line of the Pompeian retreat.
One of its most significant verses is, the Shema, which has become the definitive statement of Jewish identity: " Hear, O Israel: the
Despite numerous publications on this epistle, scholarly discussion has failed to yield a definitive consensus on most issues.
For most of the 20th century, the definitive editions ( specifically At the Mountains of Madness and Other Novels, Dagon and Other Macabre Tales, The Dunwich Horror and Others, and The Horror in the Museum and Other Revisions ) of his prose fiction were published by Arkham House, a publisher originally started with the intent of publishing the work of Lovecraft, but which has since published a considerable amount of other literature as well.
The evidence for continuity between Huns and Xiongnu has not been definitive.
There were teasing glimpses and tantalizing sounds, but the 2005 – 2006 search for the Ivory-billed Woodpecker in Arkansas has concluded without the definitive visual documentation being sought.
Max Weber's article has been cited as a definitive refutation of the dependence of the economic theory of value on the laws of psychophysics by Lionel Robbins, George Stigler, and Friedrich Hayek, though the broader issue of the relation between economics and psychology has come back into the academic debate with the development of " behavioral economics.
While the entire metaplot has always been meant to be altered as each play group sees fit, Ascension provided multiple possible endings, with none of them being definitive ( though one was meant to resolve the metaplot ).
A definitive explanation for their mass extinction has yet to be agreed upon.
This has become a common, definitive feature of mediation in the US and UK.
An appropriate balance of essential fatty acids — omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids — seems also important for health, although definitive experimental demonstration has been elusive.
In 2007, Philips has entered into a definitive merger agreement with North American luminaires company Genlyte Group Incorporated, which provides the company with a leading position in the North American luminaires ( also known as ˜ lighting fixtures "), controls and related products for a wide variety of applications, including solid state lighting.
* Overprint-A regularly issued stamp, such as a commemorative or a definitive issue, that has been changed after issuance by " printing over " some part of the stamp.
James O ' Ehley has called the 1982 film Blade Runner a definitive example of the cyberpunk visual style.
' Again writing about these events, Robert Latham – the editor of the definitive edition of the diary – has remarked: ' His descriptions of both – agonisingly vivid – achieve their effect by being something more than superlative reporting ; they are written with compassion.
Typically, he passes no definitive judgment on what he has heard.
A recent analysis by David Dumville that has produced a set of plausible dates for the West Saxon kings has been used by other scholars, but it cannot be regarded as definitive.

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