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The incident has been commemorated by Irish band, U2, in their 1983 protest song " Sunday Bloody Sunday ".
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The main question raised by the incident is how much longer will UN bury its head in the sand on the Congo problem instead of facing the bitter fact that it has no solution in present terms??
The bridge has survived the natural hazards of the elements, war, fire, and floods, as well as injuries incident to heavy traffic, for more than a hundred years.
Direct proportionality of the rate to the incident intensity has also been assumed in obtaining the value in the last column for the fourth sample of series 2, where the light intensity was reduced by use of a screen.
The President said in an interview that he has a good relation with neighbours and fellow CEMAC countries, " put aside the incident with Sudan when the border had to be closed since militia entered C. A. R.
Since the incident on 19 September 2002 ( see History of Ivory Coast ), a civil war broke out, and the north part of the country has been seized by the rebels, the New Forces ( FN ).
He has played an influential role in each incident, often acting as mediator between disputing political opponents.
Editing errors can occur when a character in a scene references a scene or incident that has not occurred yet, or of which they should not yet be aware.
The London Ambulance Service has recently introduced bicycling paramedics, who can often get to the scene of an incident in Central London more quickly than a motorized ambulance.
The STEM rasters a focused incident probe across a specimen that ( as with the TEM ) has been thinned to facilitate detection of electrons scattered through the specimen.
It is found that increasing the intensity of the incident radiation ( so long as one remains in the linear regime ) increases only the number of electrons ejected, and has almost no effect on the energy distribution of their ejection.
Much more detailed speculation based on these scant historical details has been interpolated by many of Galois ' biographers ( most notably by Eric Temple Bell in Men of Mathematics ), such as the frequently repeated speculation that the entire incident was stage-managed by the police and royalist factions to eliminate a political enemy.
Herbert G. Winful argues that the train analogy is a variant of the " reshaping argument " for superluminal tunneling velocities, but he goes on to say that this argument is not actually supported by experiment or simulations, which actually show that the transmitted pulse has the same length and shape as the incident pulse.
John, by contrast, puts the Temple incident very early in Jesus ' ministry, has several trips to Jerusalem, and puts the crucifixion immediately before the Passover holiday, on the day when the lambs for the Passover meal were being sacrificed in Temple.
The term Impressionism has also been used to describe works of literature in which a few select details suffice to convey the sensory impressions of an incident or scene.
An incident in Decatur, Georgia where water soluble caesium-137 leaked into the source storage pool requiring NRC intervention has led to near elimination of this radioisotope ; it has been replaced by the more costly, non-water soluble cobalt-60.
Accounts of the incident vary considerably between the various chroniclers and the exact location of the incident has never been confirmed ; the losses may have involved only a few of his pack-horses.
There has been speculation that this incident helped develop Jardine's antipathy towards Australians, although Christopher Douglas denies this.
Its personnel are trained in the use of firearms, and the Corps has a central armoury ; personnel are also trained to handle chemical incidents, and have specialist chemical incident vehicles and equipment.
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The last column shows the rate of exchange that would have been observed at a relative intensity of 4 ( 14.7 cm. distance ) calculated on the assumptions that the incident light intensity is inversely proportional to the square of the distance of the lamp from the cell and that the rate is directly proportional to the incident light intensity.
If anyone asked us, after we made the remark that the suffering was a bad thing, whether we should think it relevant to what we said to learn that the incident had never occurred and no pain had been suffered at all, we should say that it made all the difference in the world, that what we were asserting to be bad was precisely the suffering we thought had occurred back there, that if this had not occurred, there was nothing left to be bad, and that our assertion was in that case mistaken.
Carroll ultimately replaced this scene in the book with the Caucus race, as he felt that it would only have been funny to the people familiar with the incident.
To one who had been a man of war from his youth, who had won and lost many fights, the rout of a detachment and the forcible seizure of some debatable frontier lands was an untoward incident ; but it was not a sufficient reason for calling upon the British, although they had guaranteed his territory's integrity, to vindicate his rights by hostilities which would certainly bring upon him a Russian invasion from the north, and would compel his British allies to throw an army into Afghanistan from the southeast.
Anderson and his associate Brit Hume confirmed that Capp was shown out of town by university police, but that the incident had been hushed up by the university to avoid negative publicity.
Because of this incident, authorities found it necessary, in the months following, to implement a policy against announcing victims ’ names until after families had first been informed.
Widely available German, British, and American records agree on certain facts, but a number of details of the incident may or may not have been fabricated based upon a less notable or extensive violation.
Protesters arrested in the 1998 incident subsequently fought and lost a lawsuit alleging that their First Amendment rights had been violated.
Alou at one point recanted, saying he would not have been able to make the play, but later said this was just an attempt to make Bartman feel better and believing the whole incident should be forgotten.
According to Hubbard, before Dianetics psychotherapists may have been able to deal with very light and superficial incidents ( e. g. an incident that reminds you of a moment of loss ), but with Dianetic therapy, the patient can actually erase moments of pain and unconsciousness.
There had also been other instances of disobedience prior to this, according to the official Du Parcq report into the incident such as a model prisoner attacking a popular guard with a razor blade and rough treatment of a prisoner being removed to solitary.
Of this area, 5. 5 km < sup > 2 </ sup > on the Murrell Peninsular were classified as being " suspected minefields " – the area had been heavily pastured for the previous 25 years without incident.
Although native to Ghent, he punished the city after the 1539 Revolt of Ghent and obliged the city's nobles to walk in front of the emperor barefoot with a noose ( Dutch: strop ) around the neck ; since this incident, the people of Ghent have been called " Stroppendragers " ( noose bearers ).
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This incident is today commemorated with a dummy paratrooper and parachute attached to the church in Sainte-Mere-Eglise.
( The incident was commemorated in 1842 by the French sculptor Pierre-Jules Cavelier in a muscle-bound plaster statue ).
The American folk singer and songwriter Leadbelly commemorated the incident in his song " The Scottsboro Boys ".
This incident is commemorated by the British Army tradition that non-commissioned officers and troopers of the Blues and Royals are the only soldiers of the British Army who may salute without wearing headdress.
* the political groupings involved in the incident no longer exist and are not commemorated in their home country ; and
According to Vacca, the incident took place in Turkey during the festival of Gurban Bayrami, the religious Muslim Festival of Sacrifice ( Eid ), which is commemorated annually to acknowledge God ’ s mercy in providing Abraham with a ram as a substitute sacrifice for his son Ismayil.
Among the women, sixteen Carmelite nuns ranging in age from 29 to 78, were brought to the guillotine together, singing hymns as they were led to the scaffold, an incident commemorated in the opera Dialogues of the Carmelites.
This was Eric's first exploit, as commemorated by his skald Eyjólfr dáðaskáld who mentions the incident in his Bandadrápa.
This incident is commemorated by a Memorial on East Ridgeway to Lieutenant W. Leefe Robinson, the pilot who shot the airship down.
The incident is commemorated by the " Covenanter's Grave ", a cairn after which one of the drove roads across the hills is known ( OS Grid reference NT078521 ).