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Today the Negro must discover his role in an industrialized South, which indicates that the racial aspect of the Southern dilemma hasn't changed radically, but rather has gradually come to be reflected in this new context, this new coat of paint.
In addition, our way of dealing directly with natural phenomena has also changed.
The great increase in the amount of archaeological activity, and therefore information, in the years immediately preceeding and following the Second World War has brought to light data which has changed the complection of the Saxon Shore dispute.
At about the age of twelve I became a Spencerian liberal, and I have always considered myself a liberal of some kind even though the definition has changed repeatedly since Spencer became a reactionary.
If any one of them has any power to veto the Secretary General's decisions the nature of the organization will have changed.
Although the wood has been changed to coal, much of it still retains its original cell structure.
As a result of these changed conditions, the impact of the organizational effort on agricultural labor-management relations has been much greater than in the past.
And suppose that the circumstances have now so changed that the feeling with which we made the remark in the first place has faded.
Years of patient application of compost and leaf mulching has changed the structure of the soil and its water-holding capacity.
`` All too frequently '', points out James O'Gara, managing editor of Commonweal, `` Catholics run roughshod over Protestant sensibilities in this matter, by failure to consider the reasoning behind the Protestant position and, particularly, by their jibes at the fact that Protestant opinion on birth control has changed in recent decades ''.
But it must be readily seen that the religious picture in England has so greatly changed during these hundred years as to engender hope, at least on the Catholic side.
In mentioning this under `` salvation reconsidered '' I do not mean to imply that Roman Catholic doctrine has changed in this area but rather that it has become clearer to the world community what that doctrine is.
That purpose has never changed.
A common criticism has been that many social science scholars ( such as economists, sociologists, and psychologists ) in Western countries focus disproportionately on Western subjects, while anthropology focuses disproportionately on the " other "; this has changed over the last part of the twentieth century as anthropologists increasingly, also study Western subjects, particularly variation across class, region, or ethnicity within Western societies, and other social scientists increasingly take a global view of their fields.
This work has not changed the mind of any of the principal authors in the field, however.
The sea was traditionally known as Archipelago ( in Greek, Αρχιπέλαγος, meaning " chief sea "), but in English this word's meaning has changed to refer to the Aegean Islands and, generally, to any island group.
But there is a hitch in the arrangements, and by the time another escape plan is arranged, Rambert has changed his mind.
The communal understanding of redemption and human self-worth has changed since Newton's time.
Note that this pressure increase is more than a simple 10: 1 compression ratio would indicate ; this is because the gas is not only compressed, but the work done to compress the gas has also heated the gas and the hotter gas will have a greater pressure even if the volume had not changed.
In line with Harold Innis ' " Staples Thesis ", the economy has changed substantially as different export commodities have risen or fallen in importance.
The school's name has since changed several times, but since 1989 has been considered a branch campus of the Petroleum University of Technology, centered in Tehran.

has and again
In any case, she told Thompson that she saw no reason why he might not see Katie again, `` now that this frank explanation has been made & no one can misunderstand ''.
It may be thought unfortunate that he was called on entirely by accident to perform, if again we may trust the opening of the oratio, for it marks the beginning for us of his use of his peculiar form of witty word play that even in this Latin banter has in it the unmistakable element of viciousness and an almost sadistic delight in verbally tormenting an adversary.
`` The U.S. President has shown once again that the United States needs the fanning of the West Berlin crisis to justify the armaments race.
The Lord has shown time and time again His love for us.
Many a motel owner -- when we've stopped there again -- has remembered us and has said he preferred our dogs to most children.
Once again the Mossberg Targo outfit has appeared, but this time as a bolt-action rifle-shotgun combination.
Aging but still precocious, French feline enfant terrible Francoisette Lagoon has succeeded in shocking jaded old Paris again, this time with a sexy ballet scenario called The Lascivious Interlude, the story of a nymphomaniac trip-hammer operator who falls hopelessly in love with a middle-aged steam shovel.
The low intensity of the radiation from Saturn has limited observations, but again the measured radiation seems to be consistent with a thermal origin.
Once again what has happened is an all-consuming confabulation of the incidentals, the accidents of painting.
However much football has been over-emphasized, the public likes to measure its collegiate favorites by the scoreboard, so, while Yale need never give its record a thought again since outscoring its opponents 694 to 0 in the season of 1888, Dartmouth had to wait until its championship team of 1925 for national recognition.
The Secretary of State has also solemnly repeated a warning to the Soviet Union that the United States will not stand for another setback in Berlin, an affirmation once again taken up by the council as a whole.
Copyright law has been amended time and time again since the inception of the law to extend the length of this fixed period where the work is exclusively controlled by the copyright holder.
In the growing drug and pop culture of the sixties, he proves himself once again, but has become heavily reliant on other investigators ( especially the private investigator, Mr. Goby ) who provide him with the clues that he can no longer gather for himself.
Misogyny was by no means an Athenian invention, but it has been claimed that in regard to gender democracy generalised a harsher set of values derived, again, from the common people.
This provision has been dormant since Queen Victoria ascended the throne, because she did not inherit Hanover under the Salic Laws of the German states, but in principle it could again become relevant in the future.
The noted Assyriologist Simo Parpola has speculated that it may even have once again been independent for a while prior to being sacked by Shapur I in 256 AD.
The Lord Jesus Christ gave His Spirit to His Apostles ; they in turn laid their hands on those who should succeed them ; and these again on others ; and so the sacred gift has been handed down to our present bishops, who have appointed us as their assistants, and in some sense representatives.
Christine tells Krogstad that she only married her husband because she had no other means to support her sick mother and young siblings, and that she has returned to offer him her love again.
Since 1999, the German parliament has again assembled in Berlin in its original Reichstag building, which dates from the 1890s and underwent a significant renovation under the lead of British architect Sir Norman Foster.
In this case, the batter will come to bat again in the next inning, though he now has no balls or strikes on him.
However, beginning sometime after the Reformation, being born again has been predominantly understood by some Protestants ( of the " anabaptist " branch ) to be an experience of conversion symbolized by water baptism, and rooted in a commitment to one's own personal faith in Jesus Christ for salvation.
For American Christians, The Oxford Handbook of Religion and American Politics notes: " The GSS ... has asked a born-again question on three occasions ... ' Would you say you have been ' born again ' or have had a ' born-again ' experience?
" They teach that to see the Kingdom of God one has to be born again.
" So, to be born again means to be saved because in order to be saved one has to confess Jesus is Lord with one's mouth and believe it in one's heart.

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