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They recognized names of Jewish children sheltered by them ( who also survived the war ), depicted in the novel as victims of abuse by characters based on them.
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They recognized that slavery was a moral issue and not merely an economic interest, and that to recognize it explicitly in their Constitution would be in explosive contradiction to the concept of sovereignty they had set forth in the Declaration of 1776 that `` all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among them are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
They were both breathing heavily, out cold, and Shayne didn't think either of them had recognized him or could describe him.
They contend that the Boers of the South African Republic ( ZAR ) and Orange Free State republics were recognized as a separate people or cultural group under international law by the Sand River Convention ( which created the South African Republic in 1852 ), the Bloemfontein Convention ( which created the Orange Free State Republic in 1854 ), the Pretoria Convention ( which re-established the independence of the South African Republic 1881 ), the London Convention ( which granted the full independence to the South African Republic in 1884 ) and the Vereeniging Peace Treaty, which formally ended the Second Anglo-Boer War on 31 May 1902.
They maintain that, to determine such families, five criteria should be taken into account, in particular: the historical background, the characteristic way of thought, the different institutions, the recognized sources of law, and the dominant ideology.
They hoped that fanzines such as Spockanalia would be recognized by the broader science-fiction fan community in traditional ways, such as a Hugo Award for Best Fanzine.
They expanded the range of geometry to many new kinds of figures, curves, surfaces, and solids ; they changed its methodology from trial-and-error to logical deduction ; they recognized that geometry studies " eternal forms ", or abstractions, of which physical objects are only approximations ; and they developed the idea of the " axiomatic method ", still in use today.
They recognized that many people were online accessing the Internet through a non-UNIX operating system, and that there was no software that enabled an immediate connection between them.
They became widely recognized and accepted throughout the region during the premiership of Indira Gandhi and the 3-year rule of the Janata Party ( 1977 – 1980 ).
They have been recognized by the Norwegian government as a religious society, allowing them to perform " legally binding civil ceremonies " ( i. e. marriages ).
They also ensured that canon law would be recognized within some spheres ( e. g., church decrees of nullity in the area of marriage ).
Widely read and loved in the Soviet Union, Bradbury relates the following meeting with Sergei Bondarchuk, director of soviet 1967 epic War and Peace, at a Hollywood award ceremony in Bondarchuk's honor: " They formed a long queue and as Bondarchuk was walking along it he recognized several people:
They also established Republic-level commissariats for foreign affairs and defense, allowing them to be recognized as de jure independent states in international law.
They are to be renowned magistrates and prosecutors, university professors, public officials or lawyers, all of them jurists with recognized competence or standing and more than 15 years of professional experience.
They have eight legs and are easily recognized by the pair of grasping claws and the narrow, segmented tail, often carried in a characteristic forward curve over the back, ending with a venomous stinger.
They reorganized as the federally recognized Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma in 1937 and occupy the northeast corner of the former Indian Territory.
They were then initiated into the secret signs by which members recognized each other, and were presented with a rope and with a knife on which were engraved the mystic letters S. S. G. G., supposed to mean Stein, Strick, Gras, grün ( stone, rope, grass, green ).
They are currently seeking to resume whaling of the gray whale, a right recognized in the Treaty of Neah Bay.
They were originally described by Walcott as separate fossils under the genus name Helenia, ( Walcott's wife was named Helena and his daughter Helen ); Runnegar adopted the name helen when they were recognized as part of the hyolith organism.
They controlled most of what is now the barony of Murrisk in South-West County Mayo and recognized as their nominal overlords Mac William Íochtar Bourkes, who controlled much of what is now County Mayo ( the Bourkes were originally Anglo-Irish but by her lifetime completely gaelicised ).
They focus on the operative phrase calling for " secure and recognized boundaries " and note that the resolution calls for a withdrawal " from territories " rather than " from the territories " or " from all territories ," as the Arabs and others proposed ; the latter two terms were rejected from the final draft of Resolution 242.
" They recognized each other's spheres of interest and undertook " to assist one another with all political, economic and military means when one of the three contracting powers is attacked " by a country not already involved in the war, excluding the Soviet Union.
They recognized that using the polyaddition principle to produce polyurethanes from liquid diisocyanates and liquid polyether or polyester diols seemed to point to special opportunities, especially when compared to already existing plastics that were made by polymerizing olefins, or by polycondensation.
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They did not have the wit to follow the stars in their courses, to exchange names with each other, to harvest the experience of each for the wisdom of all.
They had asked for his help, says Dio, but instead he colonized their country, changed their place names and executed their warriors under a pretext of coming to their aid.
They are hotel-like and dominate the surrounding landscape, having replaced all towns and cities, albeit preserving their names.
They suggest instead that both names " may have similarly arisen at a very early date as generic names for a sword "; this sword then became exclusively the property of Arthur in the British tradition.
They note that under these two proposed rules all of the present names for 99 % of the planets around single stars are preserved as informal forms of the IAU sanctioned provisional standard.
They submit that the new form using parentheses is the best for known circumbinary planets and has the desirable effect of giving these planets identical sub-level hierarchical labels and stellar component names which conform to the usage for binary stars.
They say that it requires the complete renaming of only two exoplanetary systems: The planets around HW Virginis would be renamed HW Vir ( AB ) b & ( AB ) c, while those around NN Serpentis would be renamed NN Ser ( AB ) b & ( AB ) c. In addition the previously known single circumbinary planets around PSR B1620-26 and DP Leonis ) can almost retain their names ( PSR B1620-26 b and DP Leonis b ) as unofficial informal forms of the "( AB ) b " designation where the "( AB )" is left out.
Also considered Spaghetti Westerns is a film genre which combined traditional western ambiance with a Commedia all ' italiana-type comedy ; films including They Call Me Trinity and Trinity Is STILL My Name !, which featured Bud Spencer and Terence Hill, the stage names of Carlo Pedersoli and Mario Girotti.
They associated with their work the chemist Louis-Bernard Guyton de Morveau, the mathematician and astronomer Joseph-Louis Lagrange, the astronomer Joseph Jérôme Lefrançois de Lalande, the mathematician Gaspard Monge, the astronomer and naval geographer Alexandre Guy Pingré, and the poet, actor and playwright Fabre d ' Églantine, who invented the names of the months, with the help of André Thouin, gardener at the Jardin des Plantes of the Muséum National d ' Histoire Naturelle in Paris.
They are the largest of the many moons of Jupiter and derive their names from the lovers of Zeus: Io, Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto.
They are today seen mainly in a sporting context, as Ireland's four professional rugby teams play under the names of the provinces, and the Gaelic Athletic Association has separate Provincial councils and Provincial championships.
They were called by code names such as Kostikov guns ( after the head of the RNII-the Reaction-Engine Scientific Research Institute ), and finally classed as Guards Mortars.
They have clan names known as krams ..." It was recorded that these kram names included " Tantre ," " Shaikh ,", " Bhat ", " Mantu ," " Ganai ," " Dar ," " Damar ," " Lon " etc.
They were all mayors of Haarlem and their names were Anthony van Styrum ( 1679-1756 ), who also served in the admiralty of Amsterdam, Pieter van der Camer ( 1666-1747 ), who commissioned his own commemorative medal to celebrate 50 years in the service of the vroedschap of Haarlem in 1743, Jan van Dyck, and Cornelis Ascanius van Sypesteyn ( 1694-1744 ), who himself was a collector of medals and who lived at Brederode.
They frequently took on different characteristics and even names in different areas, but in effect they transcended cultures and time.
They are intended for universal use, and include such information as note values, timing and track names.
They have four sons: Koby Aaron, Kory Allen, Kacy Austin, and Kody Alec — all given " K " names to honor Clemens's strikeouts (" K's ").