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These " conversations " as he called them, were more or less informal talks on a great range of topics, spiritual, aesthetic and practical, in which he emphasized the ideas of the school of American Transcendentalists led by Emerson, who was always his supporter and discreet admirer.
These measures plus the improvement in Israel's relations with Egypt and Jordan, the renunciation of terrorism by the Palestine Liberation Organization, the on-going peace talks between the PLO and Israel, the collapse of the communist states in East Europe, which reduced the scope for sanctuaries for terrorists, and the more cautious attitude of countries such as Libya and Syria after the U. S. declared them State-sponsors of international terrorism, the collapse of ideological terrorist groups such as the Red Army Faction and the tightening of civil aviation security measures by all countries have arrested and reversed the steep upward movement of hijackings.
These talks were attended by the four major combatant groups, including the EPLF.
These talks led to the Paris Accords in November 1994, under which several opposition figures were included in a government of national unity, and constitutional reforms were approved in a referendum in 1995.
These talks are printed mostly in Likkutei Sichos, and compiled in Hebrew in the 5 volume set of Biurim LePirush Rashi.
These talks culminated with the signing of an East African Cooperation Treaty in September 1999, which should in time lead to economic integration through the development of the East African Community.
These talks led to the unbanning of the ANC and the release of political prisoners.
These talks provided the groundwork for what was later to be the Belfast Agreement, as well as the milestone Downing Street Declaration and the Joint Framework Document.
These talks were held during one round of the Six-Party Talks in Beijing which committed to the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.
These talks are inconclusive.
These are talks that Dōgen gave to his leading disciple, Ejō, who became Dōgen ’ s disciple in 1234.
These three schools, along with Texas Tech, were reportedly considering applying to the Pacific-12 Conference, while the remaining schools entered talks with the Big East football schools to potentially combine conferences.
These talks started in early 2001 but the September 11 attacks caused them to stall.
These talks were called " F. C.
These groups are thought to be unique amongst recognized Gurdjieff groups, in that they are the only groups to have recorded their original meetings, resulting in an audio library in excess of many thousands of hours, featuring almost exclusively talks by a first-hand student of Gurdjieff.
These talks usually centered on the weekly Torah portion and were then transcribed by followers known as choizerim and distributed widely.
These talks were called off after a few weeks following a leak to a Sunday newspaper, and then briefly revived in the early months of 1998 before breaking down again.
These annual radio talks, with the aim of advancing " public understanding and debate about significant issues of contemporary interest " have been held every year since, with the exception of 1992.
These " plays " are basically talks about literature with two or three participants plus voices for quotations ( Schmidt lent his voice for his translations of Finnegans Wake quoted in Der Triton mit dem Sonnenschirm ).
These talks, and subsequent material, were published by " Krishnamurti Writings Inc " ( KWINC ), the successor organization to the " Star Publishing Trust.
These last talks included the fundamental questions he had been asking through the years, as well as newer concerns related to then recent advances in science and technology, and their effect on humankind.
These included an inability to bring the Jordanians into the discussions ; the controversy over settlements ; the inconclusive nature of the subsequent autonomy talks ; domestic opposition sustained by both Begin and Sadat and, in Sadat ’ s case, ostracism and anger from the Arab world ; the emergence of a what became a cold peace between Egypt and Israel ; and changes in foreign policy priorities including discontinuity in personnel committed to sustaining the negotiating process ".
These surrender talks implied a commitment from Badoglio not only to leave the Axis alliance but also to have Italy declare war on Germany.
These are used for direct talks between the two Koreas.

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These services at which attendance is voluntary are led by the Chaplain, by the President of the College, by selected faculty members, students, and visitors.
These contacts and the common plight subsequently led to a rapprochement between the Western supporters of the Nicene creed and the homoousios and the Eastern semi-Arians.
These soon became so serious that a league was formed to crush him, and Maurice of Saxony led an army against his former comrade.
These actions led to a serious diplomatic conflict between the pope and Portugal.
These experiments also led to a number of patents: for example, he invented a new form of laminated bent-plywood furniture in 1932.
These people may have assisted the Scythians when King Darius the Great led a Persian invasion into what is now Southern Russia to punish the Scythians for their raids into the Achaemenid Empire.
These concerns led to several regional waste trade bans, including the Bamako Convention.
These tests met with “ partial success ” in the gathering of data, and led, therefore, to a significant increase in research dollars in fiscal year 1962 to conduct additional research in these areas.
These extraordinary performances led Muttiah Muralitharan to state that Lara was the most dangerous batsman he had ever faced.
These are during 853 – 841 BC when Jerusalem was invaded by Philistines and Arabs during the reign of Jehoram ( recorded in 2 Kings 8: 20-22 and 2 Chronicles 21: 8-20 in the Christian Old Testament ) and 605 – 586 BC when Jerusalem was attacked by King Nebuchadnezzer of Babylon, which led to the Babylonian exile of Israel ( recorded in Psalm 137 ).
These policy failures, and the stalemate that ensued after the Soviet intervention, led the Soviet leadership to become highly critical of Karmal's leadership.
These methods induced " strategic paralysis " among the defending Ottoman troops and led to their rapid and complete collapse.
These observations led him to suspect that the flea might be an intermediary factor in the transmission of plague, since people acquired plague only if they were in contact with recently dead rats, who had died less than 24 hours before.
These connections shed the boundaries between combinatorics and parts of mathematics and theoretical computer science, but at the same time led to a partial fragmentation of the field.
These factors led to the shift of the store of value being the metal itself: at first silver, then both silver and gold, at one point there was bronze as well.
These factors – combined with a war for players between the two leagues that raised salaries and ate into owners ' profits – ultimately led to the dissolution of the AAFC and the merger of three of its teams, including the Browns, into the NFL in 1949.
These branches led to the borophagine and canine radiations.
These positive evaluations led to the increased use and more thorough implementation of the CRM system.
These deaths led to a period of instability lasting a decade as several families attempted to establish their dominance in Pictland.
These excavations, led by archaeologist Leslie Alcock from 1966 – 70, were titled " Cadbury-Camelot ," and won much media attention, even being mentioned in the film of the musical Camelot.
These problems led to a series of crises in the 1990s, which nearly led to the election of Yeltsin's Communist challenger, Gennady Zyuganov, in the 1996 presidential election.
These reforms led the President to controversially declare Chile's transition to democracy as complete.
These consisted of a metal pipe placed on a smaller pipe that when struck with the disc made a gong type sound, while these were much more accurate than a tree, arguments and disagreements led to the invention of the Disc Pole Hole by Ed Headrick in 1975.

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