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The Government of India shall maintain or cause to be maintained books and records adequate to identify the goods and services financed for agreed projects pursuant to paragraphs 1 ( B ) and 1 ( C ) of Article 2, of the Agreement, to disclose the use thereof in the projects and to record the progress of the projects ( including the cost thereof ).
The two Governments shall have the right at all reasonable times to examine such books and records and all other documents, correspondence, memoranda and other records involving transactions relating to agreed projects.
Shmoo dolls, clocks, watches, jewelry, earmuffs, wallpaper, fishing lures, air fresheners, soap, ice cream, balloons, ashtrays, comic books, records, sheet music, toys, games, Halloween masks, salt and pepper shakers, decals, pinbacks, tumblers, coin banks, greeting cards, planters, neckties, suspenders, belts, curtains, fountain pens, and other shmoo paraphernalia were produced.
Additionally, though the Chronicler's principal source is the Deuteronomistic History, coming primarily, as stated above, from the books of 2 Samuel and 1 – 2 Kings and other public records and sources ( see above ), the Chronicler also uses other biblical sources, particularly from the Pentateuch, as redacted and put together by P ( the Priestly Source ).
As such, performers in these other genres tend to come from a variety of routes, including informal learning by using bass method books or DVDs, taking private lessons and coaching, and learning from records and CDs.
The New Testament records that St. Paul had called for the burning of magic and pagan books in the city of Ephesus ; this advice was adopted on a large scale after the Christian ascent to power.
In Islam the Injil () is the Arabic name for the original gospel of Jesus, and is one of the four Islamic holy books that the Qur ' an records as having been revealed by God.
In addition, they are required to maintain certain books and records and have their practices examined by SEC staff.
From his peers he developed a taste for counterculture: he and his friends would steal the records and books of their older siblings – William Burroughs, Jack Kerouac, Mothers of Invention.
A November 1455 legal document records that there was a partnership for a " project of the books ," the funds for which Gutenberg had used for other purposes, according to Fust.
Private or personal libraries made up of written books ( as opposed to the state or institutional records kept in archives ) appeared in classical Greece in the 5th century BC.
Private or personal libraries made up of written books ( as opposed to the state or institutional records kept in archives ) appeared in classical Greece in the 5th century BC.
Baptismal records, parish records, ancient land grants, the Annals of the Four Masters, and books by O ' Hart, McLysaght, and O ' Brien were all used in researching the history of the Mooney family name.
Bush envisioned the memex as a device in which individuals would compress and store all of their books, records, and communications, " mechanized so that it may be consulted with exceeding speed and flexibility.
There he records seeing at the Jewish synagogue the books where Jesus learnt his letters, and a bench where he sat.
Records themselves became an art form because of the large surface onto which graphics and books could be printed, and records could be molded into unusual shapes, colors, or with images ( picture discs ).
9 ), there is an immediate intensive effort to change " all reports and records, newspapers, books, pamphlets, films, sound-tracks and photographs " and make them all record a war with Eastasia rather than one with Eurasia.
Such views have been challenged by other historians who maintain that there is evidence that these passages in Kings are derived from official court records at the time of Solomon and from other writings of that time that were incorporated into the canonical books of Kings.
Another highly controversial provision is one that allows the FBI to make an order " requiring the production of any tangible things ( including books, records, papers, documents, and other items ) for an investigation to protect against international terrorism or clandestine intelligence activities, provided that such investigation of a United States person is not conducted solely upon the basis of activities protected by the first amendment to the Constitution.
* July 25: In accordance with President Washington's directions, " the books, records, and papers of the late Congress, the Great Seal of the Federal Union, and the Seal of the Admiralty " were delivered over to Roger Alden, deputy secretary of the new Congress, who had been designated by President Washington as custodian for the time being.
According to the Honorable Lawrence Lewis of Colorado at a Tribute for Putnam in 1939, Putnam at this time “ modernized antiquated methods, revised the charging records of books on loan, inaugurated a new system of cataloging and classification, opened the alcoves to readers, insisted that ‘ there are two great problems of library management – one to get the books for the readers, the other to get the readers to the books .’”

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That is not to deny that he has been aware of traditions, of course, that he is steeped in them, in fact, or that he has dealt with them, in his books.
I used to go with Watson to call on the eminent neurologist at his apartment, to sit among the doctor's excellent collection of statues, paintings, and books and drink Oriental coffee while Watson seemed to thaw out and become almost affable.
If it is not one of his best books, it can only be considered unsatisfactory when compared with his own Garibaldi.
That he read some of the books assigned to him with a studied carefulness is evident from his notes, which are often so full that they provide an unquestionable basis for the identification of reviews that were printed without his signature.
Many of my friends at the time thought that I had received a well-deserved condemnation when Lincoln Steffens denounced me in a review of one of my books as a perfect example of the obsolete man who could understand and sympathize only with the dead past.
of his championship of many of the progressive social measures which adorn our statute books today, and of his cooperation in times of adversity with Presidents of both of our major parties in helping to pilot the Ship of State through the shoals of today's stormy international seas.
If there is time after the warning, the basement shielding could be improved substantially by blocking windows with bricks, dirt, books, magazines, or other heavy material.
So frequently have pictures of the bridge appeared in books and in national publications that it vies with the old John Brown Fort at Harpers Ferry as the two nationally best known structures in West Virginia.
Ever since Bambi, and, more recently, Born Free, there have been a lot of books about animals, but few compare with Max Fink's wry, understated, charming, and immensely readable My Friend, the Quizzical Salamander.
The opinion continues here that with a 162-game schedule, pitching spread thin through a 10-team league and a most inviting target in Los Angeles' Wrigley Field Jr., Mantle just might break the most glamorous record on the books, Babe Ruth's 60 homers of 1927.
Her fiance, who is with a publishing firm, translates many books from English into Italian.
The tragic irony of the play is that the very belief in and concern with a devil who could be met in the woods and combatted with formulae set out in books was the very thing that prevented them from detecting the real devil when he came among them.
Among the many severe measures taken by the First Emperor, Shih Huang-ti, in his efforts to insure the continuation of this hard-won national unity, was the burning of the books in 213 B.C., with the expressed intention of removing possible sources for divergent thinking ; ;
In fact, during the first century B.C., an extensive literature sprang up devoted to these subjects, finding its typical expression in the so-called `` wei books '', a number of which were specifically devoted to the Lo Shu and related numerical diagrams, especially in connection with divination.
As for The Book of the Dead, it along with his other books on religion had been incarcerated in a furnace in the basement of the building in which he had lived in New York.
His poems have been parodied many times, including with the books When We Were Rather Older and Now We Are Sixty.
Most modern Pueblo peoples ( whether Keresans, Hopi, or Tanoans ) assert the ancient Pueblo did not " vanish ", as is commonly portrayed in media presentations or popular books, but migrated to areas in the southwest with more favorable rainfall and dependable streams.
It is named after its scholarly journal Annales d ' histoire économique et sociale, which remains the main source of scholarship, along with many books and monographs.
In a culture that set a high value on oratory and public performances of all kinds, in which the production of books was very labor-intensive, the majority of the population was illiterate, and where those with the leisure to enjoy literary works also had slaves to read for them, written texts were more likely to be seen as scripts for recitation than as vehicles of silent reflection.
His experience there was turned into two books: Records of a School and Conversations with Children on the Gospels.
Bronson gave it up after only a month and was self-educated from then on. He was not particularly social and his only close friend was his neighbor and second cousin William Alcott, with whom he shared books and ideas.
He even went so far as to decorate his schoolroom with visual elements he thought would inspire learning: paintings, books, comfortable furniture, and busts or portraits of Plato, Socrates, Jesus, and William Ellery Channing.
Two aspects of this attitude deserve to be mentioned: 1 ) he did not only study science from books, as other academics did in his day, but actually observed and experimented with nature ( the rumours starting by those who did not understand this are probably at the source of Albert's supposed connections with alchemy and witchcraft ), 2 ) he took from Aristotle the view that scientific method had to be appropriate to the objects of the scientific discipline at hand ( in discussions with Roger Bacon, who, like many 20th century academics, thought that all science should be based on mathematics ).

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