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The Homestead Strike was a bloody labor confrontation lasting 143 days in 1892, one of the most serious in U. S. history.
Since the 1960s, composite airframes and quieter, more efficient engines have become available, and Concorde provided supersonic passenger service for more than two decades, but the most important lasting innovations have taken place in instrumentation and control.
The abolition of slavery in 1823 — long before most other countries in the Americas — was considered one of the Pipiolos ' few lasting achievements.
Once labelled by Rolling Stone as " the most controversial woman in the history of rock ", Love's sometimes outrageous behavior has given her a lasting place in pop culture, as well as a polarizing reputation in the media.
Strips begun during the mid-1980s or after ( such as Get Fuzzy, Over the Hedge, Monty, and others ) are known for their heavy use of storylines, lasting between one and three weeks in most cases.
Although Buddhism originated Nepal, it has had the most lasting impact on China.
Its design provides constructs that map efficiently to typical machine instructions, and therefore it found lasting use in applications that had formerly been coded in assembly language, most notably system software like the Unix computer operating system.
They swore that they would " in the fear and reverence of our Almighty God, mutually and severally promise amongst ourselves and each to profess and practice one truth according to that most perfect rule, the foundation whereof is ever lasting love.
Its lasting appeal and impact on modern video games has lead it to be considered one of the most important video games of all time.
He also wanted his friars to reach excellence in their preaching, and this was his most lasting contribution to the Order.
I am not given to dogmatic judgments in the matter of literary creation, but if I had to make one I could say that Ecclesiastes is the greatest single piece of writing I have ever known, and the wisdom expressed in it the most lasting and profound.
Beginning with the replacement of the Reichsmark with the Deutsche Mark as legal tender, a lasting period of low inflation and rapid industrial growth was overseen by the government led by German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and his minister of economics, Ludwig Erhard, raising West Germany from total wartime devastation to one of the most developed nations in modern Europe.
The coastal region of Guinea and most of the inland have a tropical climate, with a rainy season lasting from April to November, relatively high and uniform temperatures, and high humidity.
Its dream ballet sequence, lasting an unprecedented seventeen minutes, was the most expensive production number ever filmed up to that point.
Four ( Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia ) out of six Yugoslav republics declared independence and for most of them a violent war ensued, in some parts lasting until 1995.
The 8. 2 ka event, an abrupt cold spell recorded as a negative excursion in the record lasting 400 years, is the most prominent climatic event occurring in the Holocene epoch, and may have marked a resurgence of ice cover.
The term Heracleidae, although it could refer to all of Heracles ' children and further descendants, is most commonly used to indicate the descendants of Hyllus, in the context of their lasting struggle for return to Peloponnesus, out of where Hyllus and his brothers-the children of Heracles by Deianeira-were thought to have been expelled by Eurystheus.
Paryushana is the most prominent festival ( lasting eight days for Svetambara Jains and ten days for Digambaras ) during the monsoon.
In terms of its long lasting impact on the video game industry, perhaps the most intriguing aspect is Wyn Holloway's claim that Lucasfilm had their frequent partner Sony lined up to manufacture their version of the system, this being contemporaneous with Sony's development of the SNES-CD for Nintendo, which ultimately led to the first PlayStation.
The most profound and lasting effects of Tremblay's early plays, including Hosanna and La Duchesse de Langeais, were the barriers they toppled in Quebec society.
They will generally have the ability to retain functionality while waiting for an event such as a button press or other interrupt ; power consumption while sleeping ( CPU clock and most peripherals off ) may be just nanowatts, making many of them well suited for long lasting battery applications.
Perhaps the government's most lasting contribution affected national consciousness.
In the mid-2000s, penguins became one of the most publicized species of animals that form lasting homosexual couples.
The government attempts to modernize during the Self-Strengthening Movement were in the view of most historians with hindsight piecemeal and yielded little lasting results.
Of all the Christological titles used in the New Testament, Son of God has had one of the most lasting impacts in Christian history and has become part of the profession of faith by many Christians.

most and change
Thus human perception and human volition is the immanent cause of all social change and this most truly when the change reaches the civilizational level.
Since civilizational change is the most difficult to perceive and analyze, it seldom is given adequate attention.
While some suppression and some denial are not only necessary but healthy, the worker's clinical knowledge must determine how these defenses are being used, what healthy shifts in defensive adaptation are indicated, and when efforts at bringing about change can be most effectively timed.
If the change, at first sight, seems minor, we may recall that it took the Italian painters about two hundred years to make an analogous change, and the Italian painters, by universal consent, were the most brilliant group of geniuses any art has seen.
There are the full-bodied, resourceful voices of Robert Weede, Mimi Benzell and Tommy Rall to make the most of Mr. Herman's lilting melodies and, for an occasional change of pace, the bright humor of Molly Picon.
The group of elements is more diverse than the lanthanides and therefore it was not until 1945 that Glenn T. Seaborg proposed the most significant change to Mendeleev's periodic table, by introducing the actinides.
Although colour change in leaves occurs wherever deciduous trees are found, coloured autumn foliage is noted in various regions of the world: most of Anglo-America, Eastern Asia ( including China, Korea, and Japan ), Europe, parts of Australia and New Zealand.
The BRICS states have been amongst the most powerful drivers of incremental change in world diplomacy and they benefit most from the connected global power shifts.
The Labour Party benefited the most from this huge change in the British electorate, forming its first minority government in 1924.
Sleep disturbance is the most common prodromal symptom ; mood, psychomotor and appetite change, and anxiety can also occur up to three weeks before a manic episode develops.
SWNTs are an important variety of carbon nanotube because most of their properties change significantly with the ( n, m ) values, and this dependence is non-monotonic ( see Kataura plot ).
The " sh " sound was dropped and in most, but not all, cases accompanied by a change of spelling (" x " to " j ").
The most discomforting aspect of this paradox is that the effect is instantaneous so that something that happens in one galaxy could cause an instantaneous change in another galaxy.
" The research also suggested that while most people are resistant to change, liberals are more tolerant of it.
Malenkov was assured an identical policy in government institutions ; the most notable change being the appointment of Mikhail Pervukhin, Ivan Tevosian and Maksim Saburov to the Deputy Chairmanship of the Council of Ministers.
The puzzling phenomenon of two individuals being exposed to the same evidence and being able to reach different conclusions, has been frequently explained ( particularly by Daniel Kahneman ) by reference to a ' bounded rationality ' - that is most judgments are made by fast acting heuristics ( system 1 ) that work well in every day situations, but are not amenable to decision making about complex subjects such as climate change.
For the most part, Cluster I consists of strains from the 1960s and 1970s, while Cluster II largely contains strains from the 1980s and 1990s, based on the change in the clone structure.
Industry observers, however, speculated that the most important motivation was that a name change would help Nissan market stocks and bonds in the U. S. They also presumed substantial ego involvement, since the absence of the Nissan name in the U. S. surely rankled Nissan executives who had seen Toyota and Honda become household words.
The most common use is a name change through a deed of change of name ( often referred to simply as a deed poll ).
The distance between two different initial conditions in the case A ≠ 0 will change exponentially in most cases, either converging exponentially fast towards a point, or diverging exponentially fast.
It also claimed that the Dalek / Movellan war ( and indeed most of Dalek history before the destruction of " Skaro ") was actually faked for Davros's benefit ; the Daleks had discovered records of Skaro's destruction during their conquest of Earth, but, unable to change history, had developed an elaborate plot to bring the recorded events about while ensuring Skaro's survival.

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