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Ambassador Stevenson yesterday described the U.N.'s problem of electing a temporary successor to the late Dag Hammarskjold as `` the gravest crisis the institution has faced ''.
For instance, the word " bank " has several distinct lexical definitions, including " financial institution " and " edge of a river ".
On a trip to Washington, with a final plea for help in East Tennessee in early 1863, he gave a speech in Indianapolis, saying: " If the institution of slavery denies the government the right of agitation, and seeks to overthrow it, then the government has a clear right to destroy it.
It is common for retiring professors to have served the university for thirty, forty, and even occasionally, fifty years, a circumstance that has contributed to the stability and conservatism of an institution of higher learning that has virtually no endowment and at which faculty salaries are " sacrificial.
On 6 May 2005, President Fidel Castro reiterated that the island nation would not " be part of a disgraceful institution that has only humiliated the honor of Latin American nations ".
In either case, the institution that has control of monetary policy is referred to as the monetary authority.
Call of Cthulhu has a reputation as a game in which it is quite common for a player character to die in gruesome circumstances or end up in a mental institution.
Cairo has the oldest and largest film and music industries in the Arab World, as well as the world's second-oldest institution of higher learning, al-Azhar University.
The trouble with doing this is that when one can do this with anything that has lasted for an extended period of time resulting in absurd statements such as " England has not changed fundamentally in the past thousand years because the institution of the monarchy has existed for this long.
Since becoming an institution of the state, aside from official commitment to communism and Marxism-Leninism, the party also has de facto unrecognized factions including consumerist and neoliberal figures including business people on the right who effectively support capitalism, as well as factions on the left that oppose the right in the party, and other factions.
Graduating high school students with Ivy League caliber academic records have given the Honors College a closer look as a result, and this has had a trickle-down effect in improving the image of CUNY as a whole, which prior to the inception of the HC had been criticized as ' an institution adrift ' by the Giuliani administration.
He has indicated that the institution of the Dalai Lama may be abolished in the future, and also that the next Dalai Lama may be found outside Tibet and may be female.
The tulku tradition of the Dalai Lama has evolved into, and been inaugurated as, an institution:
The unnamed college attended by the main characters was later given the name " Walden College ", revealed to be in Connecticut ( the same state as Yale ), and depicted as devolving into a third-rate institution under the weight of grade inflation, slipping academic standards, and the end of tenure — issues that Trudeau has consistently revisited since the original characters graduated.
Hedging also occurs when an individual or institution buys an asset ( such as a commodity, a bond that has coupon payments, a stock that pays dividends, and so on ) and sells it using a futures contract.
The individual or institution has access to the asset for a specified amount of time, and can then sell it in the future at a specified price according to the futures contract.
It was refounded in 1994 by the Thuringian state parliament and has regained its status as a leading German academic and research institution.
The institution of the Eucharist has been a key theme in the depictions of the Last Supper in Christian art, as in this 19th-century Pascal Dagnan-Bouveret | Bouveret painting.
Although not an IAU standard, the ephemeris time argument T < sub > eph </ sub > has been in use at that institution since the 1960s.
* the constituent governing institution of the federal Belgian state through the institutions named the Flemish Community ( capital " C "), exercising the powers in most of those domains for the aforementioned community, and the officially Dutch-speaking Flemish Region, which has powers mainly on economic matters.
This US federal law also gave students 18 years old or older, or students of any age if enrolled in any post-secondary educational institution, the right of privacy regarding grades, enrollment, and even billing information, unless the school has specific permission from the student to share that specific type of information with the parent.

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Beard had, in 1899, collaborated with Walter Vrooman at Oxford to start Ruskin Hall, a progressive institution of higher learning for workingmen.

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In Canada, the 150 institutions that are the rough equivalent of the US community college are usually referred to simply as " colleges " since in common usage a degree granting institution is, almost, exclusively a university.
The Catholic Church views that Christ himself established the sacrament of marriage at the wedding feast of Cana ; therefore, since it is a divine institution, neither the Church nor state can alter the basic meaning and structure of marriage.
The highest state institution is the People's Consultative Assembly ( MPR ), whose functions previously included electing the president and vice president ( since 2004 the president has been elected directly by the people ), establishing broad guidelines of state policy, and amending the constitution.
Neither the prosecution or the defense can effectively challenge the Pieter Baan Centre's report, since it is the only institution that can conduct such investigations.
The All Pakistan Music Conference, linked to the 45-year-old similar institution in Lahore, has been holding its Annual Music Festival since its inception in 2004.
In 1979 he received a Ph. D. in psychology from Paideia University in California, an unaccredited institution that has since closed.
Building on a strong liberal arts foundation, the college's Accounting, Finance, Human Resources Management, Management, and Marketing undergraduate programs have provided students with a comprehensive and well-rounded education in their respective areas of specialization since the very beginning ’ s of the institution ’ s history.
Sprott-Shaw Community College is a private career training institution that has had a campus in Victoria since 1913.
Founded by Amos Sutton Hayden of the Disciples of Christ Church in 1850, the institution has, since its first days, been nonsectarian and coeducational, and throughout its existence Hiram College has sustained this egalitarian tradition of educating men and women from diverse backgrounds.
In December 2002, Benin held its first municipal elections since before the institution of Marxism-Leninism.
The hospital had been casually known by this name since the time of the Civil War, when — in their letters home to loved ones — patients of army hospitals temporarily located on the grounds were reluctant to refer to the institution by its full title.
Although the institution of the civil service examinations had existed since the Sui Dynasty, it became much more prominent in the Song period.
This governmental institution has nonetheless published many dictionaries and terminological guidelines since the 1960s, effectively allowing many canadianismes or more often québécismes ( French words local to Canada or Quebec ) that describe specifically North American realities.
He and the Rockefeller family in general have retained a close association with the museum throughout its history, with the Rockefeller Brothers Fund funding the institution since 1947.
This recognition confirms the quality standards of the institution and demonstrates once again the ongoing academic, institutional and infrastructural efforts and achievements of UDP since its inception in the realm of private-sector higher education.
The creation of the contemporary Community of Madrid was preceded by an intense political debate during the " pre-autonomic " period ; that is, the period of political debate that led to the institution of autonomous communities as the first-level political divisions of Spain consisted of provinces, a political division that had existed since the 1833 territorial division of Spain.
* Huron University USA in London, an American institution in the United Kingdom, formerly affiliated with Huron University in South Dakota and since become independent
Stirling was however the only completely new institution of its kind established in Scotland since the University of Edinburgh was founded in 1582.
* In 1986 he was named president of the credit institution La Caixa, which was already a member advisor since 1984.
Many anarchists dispute the applicability of the term " violence " to describe destruction of property, since they argue that destruction of property is done not to control an individual or institution but to take its control away.
Originally founded in 1932 as a junior college by the Episcopal Church, the university became an independent institution in 1934, and has been awarding baccalaureate and master degrees since 1965.
In 1950, the college moved to Takoma Park, absorbing the Bliss Electrical School, a private, for-profit institution formed in 1893, and that had occupied the site since 1908.

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