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The enormous changes in world politics have, however, thrown it into confusion, so much so that it is safe to say that all international law is now in need of reexamination and clarification in light of the social conditions of the present era.
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enormous and changes
Britain underwent enormous technological and industrial changes and advances particularly in the latter half of the 19th century.
In the wake of this disruption to the established order, later centuries saw the invention of the printing press, the development of widespread literacy and the enormous social and intellectual changes of the Enlightenment.
Although there are many layers of subcontractors within the procurement system that seemingly absolve Reynolds of responsibility, FLOC asserts that its executives have the ability to make changes within the system due to their wealth and enormous power.
The system of feudal states created by the Western Zhou Dynasty underwent enormous changes after 771 BC with the flight of the Zhou court to modern-day Luoyang and the diminution of its relevance and power.
The enormous scientific, economic, social, and philosophical, changes of the 18th century, called the Enlightenment, impacted the authority of clergyman and scripture, making way for democratic principles.
This system had the advantage that the basing would be immune to changes in accuracy or speed of the attack, only enormous increases in yield could overcome this physical barrier.
Dietary habits were affected by the influence of Greek culture, the political changes from kingdom to republic to empire, and empire's enormous expansion, which exposed Romans to many new, provincial culinary habits and cooking techniques.
Aside from blocking sea ice, the blocking of the Strait of Canso caused significant environmental damage from the enormous changes in the tidal regime of the southern Gulf of St. Lawrence all the way to the mouth of the St. Lawrence River.
These events effectively changed the Portuguese regime from an authoritarian dictatorship ( the Estado Novo, or " New State ") into a democracy, and produced enormous social, economic, territorial, demographic, and political changes in the country, after two years of a transitional period known as PREC ( Processo Revolucionário Em Curso, or On-Going Revolutionary Process ), characterized by social turmoil and power disputes between left-and right-wing political forces.
The story begins in 19th century Japan before the Meiji Restoration, a chain of events that led to enormous changes in Japan's political and social structure while the seeds of the revolution are being planted.
Such changes are widely believed to have trivialized travel in the once enormous world of Norrath, which in effect made the world seem significantly smaller.
In 1883, the Board, recognizing the changes the Home would face with increased membership and increased medical needs of the members, conceded that an " institution like the National Home must in time become an enormous hospital ", and that all new buildings for the Home must be planned with that in mind.
He began his creative output during a time of enormous social, cultural, and artistic changes in Germany and elsewhere.
His creative output during this time of enormous social, cultural, and artistic changes in Germany and elsewhere, demonstrate most vividly his imagination, sardonic wit, and subversive approach in his drawings, watercolors, and gouaches produced during the 1960s and 1970s.
When considering the enormous positive changes in the US-India relationship that Blackwill was able to make, this minor protest seems absurd to list.
The enormous stress on the crew, coupled with the body adapting to other environmental changes, can result in anxiety, insomnia and depression.
As India ’ s need for primary and secondary levels of health care is enormous, medical educators have called for systemic changes to include family medicine in the undergraduate medical curriculum.
From the 1st century AD onwards, official Chinese historical texts contained a geographical section, which was often an enormous compilation of changes in place-names and local administrative divisions controlled by the ruling dynasty, descriptions of mountain ranges, river systems, taxable products, etc.
" To secure for all human beings in all parts of the world the conditions allowing a decent and meaningful life requires enormous human energies and far-reaching changes in policies.
The spelling of words is largely based on the pronunciation of Old French c. 1100 – 1200 CE and has stayed more or less the same since then, despite enormous changes to the pronunciation of the language in the intervening years.
The history of the Transport Workers Union is partly a story of the enormous technological and economic changes to the ways people and goods have been transported across the history of this country.
enormous and world
This image portrays the world as consisting of an enormous text which is as large as the universe itself.
The band then set out on a nine-month, 92-date world tour, with an enormous set and a hugely expensive space ship stage with fog machines and a laser display.
The 1544 Greek edition formed the basis of the 1732 English translation by William Whiston, which achieved enormous popularity in the English-speaking world ( and which is currently available online for free download via Project Gutenberg ).
In the Ringworld era it is still a frontier world, and is home to enormous birds the inhabitants have dubbed " rocs ".
Their influence leading to the French revolution has been enormous in the development of modern democracy throughout the world.
Because of difficulties in human lookahead — peculiar to Reversi because of the apparent strategic meaninglessness of internal disks ( making blindfold games — if not virtually impossible without enormous dedication — more difficult than is the case in, say, chess ) and the attractiveness of the game to programmers — the best Othello computer programs have easily defeated the best humans since 1980, when the program The Moor beat the reigning world champion.
The game is intended to be set on the Ringworld itself, an enormous single world discovered at the far reaches of Known Space, a ring around a sun at approximately the orbit of the Earth.
Moreover, Themistocles's doctrine of Athenian naval power, and the establishment of Athens as a major power in the Greek world were of enormous consequence during the 5th century BC.
Cotton plants thus have an enormous weight in the world economy and are of great importance for the agriculture, industry and trade of many tropical and subtropical countries in Africa, South America and Asia.
Because of the enormous quantity of branches in the world, there are a variety of names in English alone for them.
A writer possessing knowledge of the actual swift collapse of Poland in World War II and the enormous actual costs of far less ambitious space programs in a far less devastated world would have been unlikely to postulate such outcomes.
* The great pandemic of the Roman world strikes violently in Pontus on the Black Sea and causes enormous loss of life in Alexandria, encouraging thousands to embrace Christianity.
Foucault recognized the enormous power of the new discourse of militant Islam, not just for Iran, but for the world.
Despite the enormous costs and increase in city powers ( opposed by many ) nearly all cities in the developed world instituted good water and sewage treatment facilities.
Oceanus (; ( Ōkeanós ); ) was a pseudo-geographical feature in classical antiquity, believed by the ancient Greeks and Romans to be the divine personification of the World Ocean, an enormous river encircling the world.
Its impact nevertheless has been enormous, not only on Italian film but also on French New Wave cinema, the Polish Film School and ultimately on films all over the world.
Sea trade with the Southeast Pacific, the Hindu world, the Islamic world, and the East African world brought merchants great fortune and spurred an enormous growth in the shipbuilding industry of Song-era Fujian province.
In the early months of 1915, an enormous typhus outbreak started to wreak havoc across the Kingdom, during which some 150, 000 people are estimated to have died during the worst typhus epidemic in world history.
Trudeau also suggested that Turner's years as finance minister were very difficult because of turbulent and unusual conditions in the world economy, characterized as stagflation, largely caused by enormous increases in the price of oil.