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The letters home, the talks later given by returning members of the Peace Corps, the influence on the lives of those who spend two or three years in hard work abroad -- all this may combine to provide a substantial popular base for responsible American policies toward the world.
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letters and home
Katherine Douglas King '' The invitation was accepted and other letters followed, in which she spoke of her concern for his health and her delight in seeing him so much at home among the crippled children she served.
After he had been away from home about a year he wrote: `` ( dear Wife ) if I did not write and receive letters from you I believe that I would forgit that I was married.
Their 1901 – 1907 jerseys, both home and road, simply read " Boston ", except for 1902 when they sported large letters " B " and " A " denoting " Boston " and " American.
After two FBI agents showed up at his home, he understood that " their interest lay not in the letters but in me.
Beatty's letters home made no complaint about the poor living conditions in Britannia, and generally he was extrovert, even aggressive, and resented discipline.
Of the four fast bowlers in the tour party, Gubby Allen was a voice of dissent in the English camp, refusing to bowl short on the leg side, and writing several letters home to England critical of Jardine, although he did not express this in public in Australia.
The uniforms ' lettering had the same style of letters as the new cap logo with heavily stylized " BREWERS " lettering on the home jerseys and " MILWAUKEE " on the road grays.
Paper was a scarce commodity in the early American west, and women would save letters from home, newspaper clippings, and catalogs to use as patterns.
The early Blickensderfer's " Ideal " keyboard was also non-QWERTY, instead having the sequence " DHIATENSOR " in the home row, these 10 letters being capable of composing 70 % of the words in the English language.
In 1916, Lardner published his first successful book, You Know Me Al, an epistolary novel written in the form of letters by " Jack Keefe ", a bush-league baseball player, to a friend back home.
He was imbued with the culture of his time and of his country, which was then the only true home of Latin letters and learning.
The user accesses the nearby Ctrl key and then a letter or combination of letters, thus keeping his hands on or close to the typing home row instead of moving them away from it to reach for a specialty key or a mouse.
* Most recursive acronyms are recursive on the first letter, which is therefore an arbitrary choice, often selected for reasons of humour, ease of pronunciation, or consistency with an earlier acronym that used the same letters for different words, such as PHP: PHP Hypertext Preprocessor, which was originally " Personal home page ".
This was followed by Letters from Iwo Jima, which dealt with the tactics of the Japanese soldiers on the island and the letters they wrote home to family members.
In letters home, he complained of the treatment of the native Indians by the British officials: " Because a man has a black face and a different religion from our own, there is no reason why he should be treated as a brute.
After being demobbed ( he had served as a sergeant in the Army Education Corps and spent much of his national service in Germany writing letters home for soldiers ), he went to work as an insurance clerk in the claims and accidents department of the Commercial Union Insurance Company for six years.
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.
Later, Kate became quite eccentric, vandalizing Hart's home, writing threatening letters and setting fires backstage during rehearsals for Jubilee.
So that the young Louis could send letters back home, Simon-René provided him with an alphabet fashioned from bits of thick leather.
Paine has one last card up his sleeve: he brings in bins of letters and telegrams from Smith's home state, purportedly from average people demanding his expulsion.
After they force Smitty to show them his letters from home it turns out that Smitty is an alcoholic who has run away from his family.
A minimalist view is that he spent his entire life in the cities of his native Asia Minor and of northern Syria, in particular his home town of Tyana, Ephesus, Aegae, and Antioch, though the letters suggest wider travels, and there seems no reason to deny that, like many wandering philosophers, he at least visited Rome.
letters and talks
Includes notes for his public talks before 1950, letters to Jewish scholars, notes on the Tanya, and thoughts on a wide range of Jewish subjects ( 2, 190 pp ).
Typical open campaigns rely on organizing talks, video displays, mailings, protest letters, leaflets distributions, articles in newspapers, petitions.
In late October, key ex-workers received letters from Nanjing Automobile Corp offering 10 months ' work dismantling plant at Longbridge for reassembly in China while talks with GB Sports Cars continued.
After the religion was founded, Twitchell wrote and published a series of books, personal study discourses, while actively giving talks around the world, writing thousands of letters to students, and continuing to write articles for magazines.
If a player does not have all the letters of the word " ghost " and he or she talks to an existing ghost, they immediately become a ghost.
Lauzon talks Georges into giving back the love letters from Alexander, which at the time the novel is set meant that a relationship was over.
Section 2 ( v. 17-44 ) talks about the Aleph-Beth or the Hebrew alphabet and gets its inspiration from the Sefer Yetzirah, which links these letters of creation to the overall mysticism presented in the Torah.
letters and later
`` We'd give him things to deliver, letters, checks, deeds and things like that '', remembers his half-brother Walter, still in the real estate business in Savannah, `` and learn days later that he'd absent-mindedly stuffed them into his pocket.
The Book Pahlavi script, an abjad, had only twelve letters at one point, and may have had even fewer later on.
In later Pahlavi papyri, up to half of the remaining graphic distinctions of these twelve letters were lost, and the script could no longer be read as a sequence of letters at all, but instead each word had to be learned as a whole — that is, they had become logograms as in Egyptian Demotic.
In Cyrillic originally the letters were given names based on Slavic words ; this was later abandoned as well in favor of a system similar to that used in Latin.
In about 1366, Catherine experienced what she described in her letters as a " Mystical Marriage " with Jesus, later a popular subject in art as the Mystic marriage of Saint Catherine.
At later ages symptoms can include a difficulty identifying or generating rhyming words, or counting syllables in words ( phonological awareness ), a difficulty segmenting words into individual sounds, or blending sounds to make words, a difficulty with word retrieval or naming problems, commonly very poor spelling which has been called dysorthographia ( orthographic coding ), and tendencies to omit or add letters or words when writing and reading are considered classic signs.
DC's " 100 Page Super-Spectacular " titles and later 100-page and " Giant " issues published from 1972 to 1974 featured a logo exclusive to these editions: the letters " DC " in a simple sans-serif typeface within a circle.
The letters " DC " were rendered in a block-like typeface that would remain through later logo revisions until 2005.
The writing system had two historical phases: the archaic from the 7th to 5th century BC, which used the early Greek alphabet, and the later from the 4th to 1st century BC, which modified some of the letters.
The first planet discovered in a system is given the designation " b " and later planets are given subsequent letters.
This conjecture is also supported by other letters Galois later wrote to his friends the night before he died.
As its only member, in the role of " Parcier et Maître de Chapelle " he started to compose a ( later to become known as the ), and wrote a flood of letters, articles and pamphlets showing off his self-assuredness in religious and artistic matters.
' Oxford's letters and memoranda indicate that he pursued his suit into 1596, and renewed it again three years later, but was ultimately unsuccessful in obtaining the tin monopoly.
Like Finnish, Estonian employs the Latin script as the basis for its alphabet, which adds the letters ä, ö, ü, and õ, plus the later additions š and ž.
The lower-case Greek letters were developed much later by medieval scribes to permit a faster, more convenient cursive writing style with the use of ink and quill.
In later centuries the number of letters drops dramatically, to fewer than 30 in modern Croatian and Czech recensions of the Church Slavic language.
Despite his light letter-writing in youth, in later life his correspondence was so voluminous that it has been estimated that he may have written around 30, 000 letters to various correspondents, a figure which places him second only to Voltaire as an epistolarian.
The later hundreds ( 500, 600, 700, 800 and 900 ) are represented by the sum of two or three letters representing the first four hundreds.
Settlement was concentrated in cities along the coastal plain and along major communication routes ; the central and northern hill country which would later become the biblical kingdom of Israel was only sparsely inhabited although letters from the Egyptian archives indicate that Jerusalem was already a Canaanite city-state recognising Egyptian overlordship.
However, the letters with explicit comma below were later added to the Unicode standard and are also in ISO / IEC 8859-16.
He later claimed that he forged the letters from eminent Polish communist authorities guaranteeing his loyal return, which were needed for anyone leaving the country at that time.