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LAU ’ s early days in 1835 find a reminder in an engraved stone in Beirut ’ s city center: “ Site of the first edifice built as a school for girls in the Turkish Empire .” The engraving refers to the American School for Girls, established in Beirut by American Presbyterian Missionaries.
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LAU and ’
Adding to LAU ’ s constantly evolving programs, in 1985, the Board of Regents amended the charter to include two campuses.
LAU and Beirut
PHMI has long-standing collaborative relationships with medical faculties at Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich, Germany, and the Lebanese American University ( LAU ) in Beirut, Lebanon.
In 1974, fifty years after its founding, LAU became co-educational and was renamed Beirut University College.
LAU and first
They rank equally as first level Local administrative units ( LAU ) of the NUTS 3 Mid-West Region for Eurostat purposes.
In September 2009, the LAU Gilbert and Rose-Marie Chagoury School of Medicine graduated its first class of students.
LAU and school
In 2007 PHMI began a 10 &# 8209 ; year collaboration with Lebanese American University ( LAU ); in October 2009 LAU opened a new medical school with assistance from PHMI.
The school was inaugurated in Fall 2009 bringing together under its name the 5 disciplines of design offered at LAU.
LAU and for
The sub-regions represent a LAU 1 level of division used in conjunction with the Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics.
This makes a great deal of sense for LAU NERFU, as it boasts a greater membership than most territorial unions, especially in terms of college and women's rugby.
The Georgia Rugby Union ( GRU ) is the Local Area Union ( LAU ) for rugby union teams in the U. S. state of Georgia and other parts of the Southeastern United States.
The area under the jurisdiction of each of these authorities corresponds to the area of each of the 34 Local administrative unit ( LAU 1 ) Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics ( NUTS ) areas for Eurostat purposes.
* LAU II level: 211 cities and 103 municipalities ( for urban areas ), and 2, 827 communes ( for rural areas ), according to some sources, or 265 cities and towns and 2, 686 communes with 13, 092 villages, according to others.
The Eastern Pennsylvania Rugby Union ( EPRU ) is the Local Area Union ( LAU ) for rugby union teams in Eastern and Central Pennsylvania, as well as Delaware and parts of New Jersey.
LAU and American
Her political activism began while at the Lebanese American University ( LAU ) and it led to meeting the leader of the Lebanese Forces ( LF ), Samir Geagea, whom she later married.
LAU and School
LAU and Partners Harvard Medical International have signed an innovative 10-year collaboration agreement that will significantly reinforce LAU's Medical School standing.
LAU and by
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LAU and .
The term is also conflated with the 34 areas currently used to demarcate areas of local government in the Republic of Ireland at the level of LAU 1.
With a population of approximately 300, 000, the Turku Region ( LAU 1 ) is the third largest urban region in Finland, after Greater Helsinki and the area around Tampere.
Ambrose LAU Hon-chuen, GBS JP ( 劉漢銓 ) ( born 16 July 1947 ) was the chairman of the Hong Kong Progressive Alliance ( HKPA ), a pro-business and pro-Beijing political party in Hong Kong.
Generally, a local administrative unit ( LAU ) is a low level administrative division of a country, ranked below a province, region, or state.
For each EU member country, two levels of Local Administrative Units ( LAU ) are defined: LAU-1 and LAU-2, which were previously called NUTS-4 and NUTS-5 respectively, until the NUTS regulation went into force in July 2003.
Each Local Area Union ( LAU ) has its own rules of governance, but in most cases, the team that wins its division or conference has the right to advance to the next highest division or conference.
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The AMPAS was originally conceived by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studio boss Louis B. Mayer as a professional honorary organization to help improve the film industry ’ s image and help mediate labor disputes.
The International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences defines psychological altruism as " a motivational state with the goal of increasing another ’ s welfare ".
Psychological altruism is contrasted with psychological egoism, which refers to the motivation to increase one ’ s own welfare.
One way is a sincere expression of Christian love, " motivated by a powerful feeling of security, strength, and inner salvation, of the invincible fullness of one ’ s own life and existence ".
Another way is merely " one of the many modern substitutes for love, ... nothing but the urge to turn away from oneself and to lose oneself in other people ’ s business.
" Swift extends the metaphor to get in a few jibes at England ’ s mistreatment of Ireland, noting that " For this kind of commodity will not bear exportation, and flesh being of too tender a consistence, to admit a long continuance in salt, although perhaps I could name a country, which would be glad to eat up our whole nation without it.
George Wittkowsky argued that Swift ’ s main target in A Modest Proposal was not the conditions in Ireland, but rather the can-do spirit of the times that led people to devise a number of illogical schemes that would purportedly solve social and economic ills.
In response, Swift ’ s Modest Proposal was " a burlesque of projects concerning the poor ", that were in vogue during the early 18th century.
Charles K. Smith argues that Swift ’ s rhetorical style persuades the reader to detest the speaker and pity the Irish.
Swift ’ s specific strategy is twofold, using a " trap " to create sympathy for the Irish and a dislike of the narrator who, in the span of one sentence, " details vividly and with rhetorical emphasis the grinding poverty " but feels emotion solely for members of his own class.
Swift ’ s use of gripping details of poverty and his narrator ’ s cool approach towards them create " two opposing points of view " that " alienate the reader, perhaps unconsciously, from a narrator who can view with ' melancholy ' detachment a subject that Swift has directed us, rhetorically, to see in a much less detached way.
Once the children have been commodified, Swift ’ s rhetoric can easily turn " people into animals, then meat, and from meat, logically, into tonnage worth a price per pound ".
In making his argument, the speaker uses the conventional, text book approved order of argument from Swift ’ s time ( which was derived from the Latin rhetorician Quintilian ).
James Johnson argued that A Modest Proposal was largely influenced and inspired by Tertullian ’ s Apology: a satirical attack against early Roman persecution of Christianity.
Johnson notes Swift ’ s obvious affinity for Tertullian and the bold stylistic and structural similarities between the works A Modest Proposal and Apology.
He reminds readers that " there is a gap between the narrator ’ s meaning and the text ’ s, and that a moral-political argument is being carried out by means of parody ".