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Post-revolutionary and .
Post-revolutionary society, as defined by the 1976 Constitution of Democratic Kampuchea, consisted of workers, peasants, and " all other Kampuchean working people.
Post-revolutionary enthusiasm, the Russian tradition of modernism, the elimination of Tsarism and the fostering of Proletkult saw avant-garde artistic expression flourish in the era of War Communism.
Post-revolutionary reaction, the conflict between marriage and career, the choice between self-fulfillment and social acceptance, are contemporary topics that were Cary's currency more than a half century ago.
* Meyerhold ’ s Theatre of the Grotesque: Post-revolutionary Productions, 1920-32, James M. Symons, 1971
Modernity and Re-enchantment: Religion in Post-revolutionary Vietnam.

three and round
`` When Konishi gets back with the jeep, I want you to round up two or three Japanese boys.
and ( C ) to finance, for not more than three years beyond the end of said period, such activities as are required to correlate, coordinate, and round out the results of studies and research undertaken pursuant to this Act: Provided, That funds available in any one year for research and development may, subject to the approval of the Secretary of State to assure that such activities are consistent with the foreign policy objectives of the United States, be expended in cooperation with public or private agencies in foreign countries in the development of processes useful to the program in the United States: And provided further, That every such contract or agreement made with any public or private agency in a foreign country shall contain provisions effective to insure that the results or information developed in connection therewith shall be available without cost to the United States for the use of the United States throughout the world and for the use of the general public within the United States.
The round minarets, tall and graceful, rise from rectangular bases and have three platforms from which the muezzin can chant his call to prayer.
The Falcons have qualified for the playoffs three times ( 2008, 2010 and 2011 ) during this period, but lost all three in the first round
There are in round numbers three hundred and sixty uncompounded verbs in Beowulf, and forty of them are poetical words in the sense that they are unrecorded or rare in the existing prose writings.
In 1994, the league was restructured into three divisions, with the three division winners and a wild-card team advancing to a best-of-five postseason round, the National League Division Series ( NLDS ).
In 1994, the league was restructured into three divisions, with the three division winners and a wild-card team advancing to a best-of-five postseason round, known as the American League Division Series ( ALDS ).
At the beginning of each round, up to three players place their bets in the " betting box " at each position in play.
Many jurisdictions and sanctioning agencies also have a " three-knockdown rule ", in which three knockdowns in a given round result in a TKO.
According to the E. J. Erickson the Greek Navy also played a crucial, albeit indirect role, in the Thracian campaign by neutralizing no less than three Thracian Corps ( see First Balkan War, the Bulgarian theater of operations ), a significant portion of the Ottoman Army there, in the all-important opening round of the war.
In a 1973 revision of his compendium of essays, Profiles of the Future, Clarke acknowledged the Second Law and proposed the Third in order to round out the number, adding " As three laws were good enough for Newton, I have modestly decided to stop there ".
They advanced to the third round of the 2007 Stanley Cup playoffs after defeating the Calgary Flames and San Jose Sharks both in six games, coming back three straight after the Sharks ' 2 – 1 series lead.
In the second round, they fell behind the San Jose Sharks three games to one, before being knocked out of the playoffs in five games.
Lloyd suffered the serious hamstring injury against the Western Bulldogs in round three, marking Essendon's first loss against them since the Bulldogs inflicted Essendon's only loss for their dominant 2000 season.
Essendon would win only three matches and draw one ( against wooden spoon contenders Carlton ) for the entire season, but one of those was against finals-bound rivals and arch-enemy Collingwood in round 19 in a win that would ultimately cost the Magpies a top four berth that season.
Excavations made in 1879 and 1880 led to the discovery of the remains of this station, arranged round three sides of a courtyard some 100 ft. square, including traces of baths and other buildings, and a massive embanking wall above them, some 150 ft. in length, to protect them from landslips, while a discharge certificate ( tabula honestae missionis ) of sailors who had served in the Ravenna's fleet was found in some ruins here or hereabouts.
Following Unitas ' departure, the Colts would make the playoffs three consecutive season from 1975 to 1977, losing in the divisional round each time.
The two teams met twice a year ( interrupted in 1982 by a player strike ) 1970 – 2001 ; with the move of the Colts to the AFC South the two teams ' rivalry actually escalated, as they met three times in the playoffs in the South's first nine seasons of existence ; the Jets crushed the Colts 41 – 0 in the 2002 Wild Card playoff round ; the Colts then defeated the Jets 30 – 17 in the 2009 AFC Championship Game ; but the next year in the Wild Card round the Jets pulled off another playoff upset of the Colts, winning 17 – 16 ; it was Peyton Manning's final playoff game with the Colts.
Major won by 218 votes to Redwood's 89 ( with 12 spoiled ballots, eight ' active ' abstentions and two MPs abstaining ), enough to win in the first round, but only three more than the target he had privately set himself.
Competition rules are similar to other throwing events: a round consists of one attempt by each competitor in turn, and competitions typically consist of three to six rounds.

three and elections
Interesting evidence can be found in the results of the Chamber of Commerce elections, which took place three weeks before national elections.
Antigua and Barbuda has a long history of free elections, three of which have resulted in peaceful changes of government.
In the campaign for election to his fourth term in 1849, Johnson concentrated on three issues: slavery, homesteads and judicial elections.
After a decade as president of the Australian Council of Trade Unions, he entered parliament as a Labor MP at the 1980 federal election and became Prime Minister within three years, leading Labor to victory at four consecutive federal elections: 1983, 1984, 1987 and 1990.
Presidential elections were held for all of Comoros in 2002, and presidents have been chosen for all three islands as well, which have become a confederation.
By the time of the national assembly elections in December 1992, only three had qualified.
During the following year, three different men briefly held executive power before Galo Plaza Lasso, running under a coalition of independent Liberals and socialists, narrowly defeated his Conservative opponent in presidential elections.
In the United States, elections are held between every three and six years in most states, with exceptions such as the U. S. House of Representatives, which stands for election every two years.
General elections must take place at least once every four years, in which the islanders elect eight members to the Legislative Assembly ( five from Stanley and three from Camp ) through universal suffrage using block voting.
Tensions between Georgia and separatist authorities in Ajaria increased after the elections, climaxing on May 1, 2004 when Abashidze responded to military maneuvers held by Georgia near the region by having the three bridges connecting Ajaria and the rest of Georgia over the Choloki River blown up.
The 1988 elections led to Professor Leslie Manigat becoming President, but three months later he too was ousted by the military.
Preliminary talks to set up conditions for official negotiations began between leading negotiators from both parties on July 10, and on July 22, the three party leaders met for the first time in Harare to express their support for a negotiated settlement of disputes arising out of the presidential and parliamentary elections.
However, the vast majority of its seats were lost at the 2009 council elections, including its entire traditional Dublin base, where-with the exception of a Town Council Seat in Balbriggan-it now holds no council seats at all in Dublin and only three County Council seats in total.
None of the party-affiliated candidates was successful in the October senatorial elections ; three JDA members standing as independents were elected as deputies in November 2005 along with two members of the Centre Party who had similarly stood as independents.
In the subsequent deputies ' elections, four JDA candidates were successful, but three of them subsequently left the party and continued to sit as independents.
Other posts in parish municipalities vary in length from one to three years and elections take place at a Parish Assembly on a majority basis.
In 1977, Rau became Chairman of the North Rhine-Westphalia SPD, and in 1978 Minister President of the state, were he remained until 1998, with four successful elections for the SPD, which became strongest party in the Landtag each time and gained an absolute majority three times, in 1980, 1985, 1990 and finally 1995.
However, in the previous parliamentary elections in 2002, Tito's opponents won major victories, and in March 2003 he was ousted in a no-confidence vote ( having served the maximum three terms, he is barred by the constitution to run for another term ).
After elections, Einars Repše formed a government consisting of his New Era Party and three other parties.
In three subsequent elections to the Sejm, he ran all the time from Łódź, each time gaining more and more votes ( from 50 thousand in 1991 up to 146 thousand in 2001 ); he held a seat in Parliament till 2005.
In addition to the UMNO and other member parties of the Barisan Nasional, three main opposition parties ( and several smaller parties ) compete in national and state-level elections in Malaysia.
General elections must be held within three months of the dissolution of parliament.
In practice this has meant that elections have been held every three to five years at the discretion of the Prime Minister.

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