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That time is now past and the Atlantic nations, if they are to survive, must develop a full-fledged community, and they must also look beyond the frontiers of `` Western civilization '' toward a world-wide `` concert of free nations ''.
It should also make him desire to participate actively in civic, school and religious life of the community so that that phase of Newark will live up to the challenge presented by this exhibit.
One-day conferences covering some specific phase of business management, also part of the continuing activities of the Small Business Administration, aid community economic development programs.
No corporation engaged in commerce shall acquire, directly or indirectly, the whole or any part of the stock or other share capital of another corporation engaged also in commerce, where the effect of such acquisition may be to substantially lessen competition between the corporation whose stock is so acquired and the corporation making the acquisition, or to restrain such commerce in any section or community, or tend to create a monopoly of any line of commerce.
Fortunately, although only a few years ago they held the student at arms length, today the business houses welcome the opportunity to aid the student, not only from an increased sense of community responsibility but also from the realization that the student of today is the interior designer of tomorrow -- that the student already is `` in the trade ''.
Unwholesome family relations, broken homes, and undesirable community influences may also be contributing factors.
The end or aim of the action, of course, is also important, especially where it is not alone a matter of changing community customs but of the use of deadly economic power to intimidate a person from stepping forward to claim his legal rights, e.g., against Negroes who register to vote in Fayette County, Tennessee, at the present moment.
The small shops `` must be retained, for they provide essential service to the community '', according to the resolution, which added that they `` also are the source of livelihood for thousands of our neighbors ''.
Such judgments are meaningful only in so far as persons are members of a world, let us say a community, that embraces Scarsdale or Yonkers, but is also infinitely richer since it is all-inclusive.
Several genera are popular with the horticultural community, including marigold, pot marigold ( also known as calendula ), cone flowers, various daisies, fleabane, chrysanthemums, dahlias, zinnias, and heleniums.
Though anarcho-capitalists are known for asserting a right to private ( individualized or joint non-public ) property, some propose that non-state public or community property can also exist in an anarcho-capitalist society.
They are subject to change, not only on the basis of new information and discoveries, but also as attitudes and perspectives change within the scientific community.
An abbot ( from Old English abbod, abbad, from Latin abbas (“ father ”), from Ancient Greek ἀββᾶς ( abbas ), from Aramaic ܐܒܐ / אבא (’ abbā, “ father ”); confer German Abt ; French abbé ) is the head and chief governor of a community of monks, called also in the East hegumen or archimandrite.
Moreover, Carnegie urged other wealthy people to contributed to society in the form of parks, works of art, libraries and other endeavors that improved the community, and contributed to the “ lasting good ” Carnegie also held a strong opinion against inherited wealth.
His criticisms of the scientific community, and especially of several mathematics circles, are also contained in a letter, written in 1988, in which he states the reasons for his refusal of the Crafoord Prize.
N11 prefixes such as 211, 311 and 511 are also often disappearing as test numbers as these codes are reassigned to local services such as community information, city hall, road conditions or non-emergency police inquiries.
Ann Arbor's Jewish community also grew after the turn of the 20th century, and its first and oldest synagogue, Beth Israel Congregation, was established in 1916.
Beatboxing is a form of a cappella music popular in the hip-hop community, where rap is often performed a cappella also.
* His view of the second coming of Christ is also unusual ; he suggested that this would not be a physical reappearance, but that the Christ being would become manifest in non-physical form, visible to spiritual vision and apparent in community life for increasing numbers of people beginning around the year 1933.
It is also the home of a community band which draws musicians from several neighboring communities.
The city of Aveiro is also the capital of the District of Aveiro, and the largest city in the Baixo Vouga intermunicipal community subregion.
Paddy Chayefsky's Academy Award-winning Marty was the most notable examination of working class Bronx life was also explored by Chayefsky in his 1956 film The Catered Affair, and in the 1993 Robert De Niro / Chazz Palminteri film, A Bronx Tale, Spike Lee's 1999 movie Summer of Sam, centered in an Italian-American Bronx community, 1994's I Like It Like That that takes place in the predominately Puerto Rican neighborhood of the South Bronx, and Doughboys, the story of two Italian-American brothers in danger of losing their bakery thanks to one brother's gambling debts.
" WIR " is both an abbreviation of Wirtschaftsring and the word for " we " in German, reminding participants that the economic circle is also a community.
Developed into its present form in Italy, ( where it is called bocce, the plural of the Italian word boccia which means " bowl "), it is played around Europe and also in overseas areas that have received Italian migrants, including Australia, North America, and South America ( where it is known as bochas ; bolas criollas in Venezuela, bocha ( the sport ) in Brazil ), initially among the migrants themselves but slowly becoming more popular with their descendants and the wider community.
Further themes are also present: the " sovereign freedom of Yahweh " ( God does not always do what is expected of him ); the " satirisation of foreign kings " ( who consistently underestimate Israel and Yahweh ); the concept of the " flawed agent " ( judges who are not adequate to the task before them ) and the disunity of the Israelite community ( which gathers pace as the stories succeed one another ).

community and appealed
It appealed to many because it used the study of incest taboos and marriage to answer more fundamental research interests of anthropologists at the time: how can an anthropologist map out the social relationships within a given community, and how do these relationships promote or endanger social solidarity?
Following Singapore's sudden and unexpected independence after being unilaterally ejected from Malaysia, Singapore appealed to the international community for technical assistance and military aid.
" They " denied the Salvation Army is homophobic and has appealed to the gay community not make judgements on the declaration.
When some members of the community of Carpentras, France, believed themselves to have been unjustly treated by the majority in a matter relating to taxes, they appealed to Karo, whose letter was sufficient to restore to them their rights ( Rev.
First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt appealed publicly for calm, while newspaper editorials and the American legal community condemned the Gobitis decision as a blow to liberty.
Founded as a team for the English community in Montreal, they joined the Montreal Canadiens, who appealed to the French Canadian population ; this was the first time since 1918, when the Montreal Wanderers folded, that Montreal would have a second hockey team.
Nelson opened his law practice in Madison, where he appealed to the Norwegian immigrant community, advertising in the Norwegian language newspaper Emigranten.
After the founding of the Montreal Canadiens, a team that specifically appealed to Montreal's Francophone community, the Wanderers drew their support from Montreal's English-speaking community.
The planes were bought just few weeks after Sam Nujoma had appealed to the international community for drought aid.
Randolph appealed directly to yeomen, using entertaining and enlightening oratory, sociability, and community of interest, particularly in agriculture, that led to an enduring voter attachment to him regardless of his personal deficiencies.
Several of the songs composed by the adjoining Cole-Johnson team was incorporated into larger shows by Klaw and Erlanger ; Klaw and Erlanger ’ s shows appealed the white audiences, allowing the black composers ’ songs to be known throughout the white community.
The Federalists appealed to the business community, the Republicans to the planters and farmers.
By the mid 1850s the Pitcairn community was outgrowing the island and they appealed to Queen Victoria for help.
The Chinese invasion of Tibet in 1950 resulted in a flurry of diplomatic activity as Tibet attempted to negotiate with the Chinese government, appealed futilely to the international community, and then was forced to capitulate.
In 1989 President Yoweri Museveni appealed to Uganda's Muslim community to contribute to national reconstruction, and he warned other Ugandans not to discriminate against Muslims.
The peaceful situation with the Native Americans and the high ground and central location in the developed portion of the colony at Middle Plantation must have appealed to him, for he is credited with selecting a site for the new college on the outskirt of the tiny community.
When Inco shut down its Coniston operations later in the year and appealed part of its municipal business tax, Rodriguez argued that the company had a moral responsibility to continue paying into a community it had helped to create.
There was a great deal of controversy in Sarasota, where many members of the community appealed for the retention of the historic building after the decision reached in 2006 by the county school board to demolish the structure.
He appealed to the government to regulate sour gas extraction near the community, but the government did not respond.
Under Bayliss, KNGY quickly built a reputation as " The Gay Station " -- San Francisco's first commercial radio station that appealed openly to the Bay Area's large and highly influential gay community, with a number of on-air DJs — and even a sportscaster — who were openly gay.
Its newly added Arts and Humanities faculty appealed to a large number of mature students from the immediate local community, especially women.
He appealed to the international community of the day to “ call and create an International Commission to investigate the charges herein preferred in the name of Humanity ...”.
White appealed for re-registration, and the ban was overturned on 23 January 2012, with White permitted to return to playing, but additionally required to engage in community work and mentoring.

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