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  • ...early childhood educator''' is a [[teacher]] who works with young children in a classroom setting. This occupation emphasizes two goals of [[early child #the focus of protecting and caring for the child in the absence of his/her primary care giver.
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  • ...アンドウィザーズ)|Majikku ando Wizāzu}} in the Japanese manga). In all mediums, his arch-rival is the protagonist of the series, [[Yugi Mutou] ...a more prominent role than he did in the manga and being a major character in all of the anime's [[filler (media)|filler]] arcs.
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  • ...chise has varied with its many differing incarnations over more than forty years. ...failing to attain sufficient ratings numbers to continue; it was cancelled in the spring of 1969.
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  • ...e the health of lesbians and the [[LGBT]] community through representation in the larger health care institutions and research. ...nd [[Woman Vision]]. She received the Astraea Philanthropic Activism Award in 2001.<ref name=autogenerated1 />
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  • '''Spider Monkey Optimization''' (SMO) is a recent addition in the field of nature inspired optimization algorithms developed by Bansal et ...orld optimization problem. The algorithms that have been emerged in recent years are Ant Colony Optimization (ACO) [7], Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) [1
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  • ...te=July 2011}} a scientist and manager at [[Sandia National Laboratories]] in [[Livermore, California]]. Earlier in his life, he was a member of the somewhat notorious [[Tiger Force]].
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  • ...contemporary indigenous development of [[Vedism|Vedic]] forms of religion in [[Russia]], [[Siberia]], other [[Slavic countries]], the [[Commonwealth of ...on of Vedic fire rituals, and Slavic Vedism arose as a distinct phenomenon in the 2000s.<ref name=""/>
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  • ...other. His main idea is that art does not stand apart from everyday life, in his works he emphasizes the impact of art on all other fields. teacher in an orphanage. In 2012-2013 he owned an art-cafe "Amarcord" in Tbilisi.
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  • ...Elvis Has Left The Building]]'', starring [[Kim Basinger]]. Her next film (in pre-production) is entitled ''[[10A/10B]]''. ...ion courses at [[New York University]] following her BA in Art History and Philosophy from [[Hebrew University of Jerusalem]].
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  • The '''Spirit Room''' is a non-profit organization, located in [[Fargo, North Dakota]], United States, whose mission is to “enrich peopl The Spirit Room was formed in 1997 when Dawn Morgan and Marilynn Quam joined Paddy McLaughlin at “Namas
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  • ...hows as well as Political shows on the radio. Marcus Blake makes his home in the Dallas, Texas and is a National Literary Awards Winner. He won the 2008 ...sed him to be discharged from the military. He briefly served as a teacher in the public school system but quickly left to pursue writing.
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  • ...pening in the Fall of 1990. It was named a California Distinguished School in 1994. ...S practices the tenets of the IB philosophy and pedagogy, which is evident in the teachers' instruction.{{Citation needed|date=October 2009}}
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  • '''Dong Han Kang''', general manager of a trading company in Shanghai,has donated 1.23 milion yuan of his company profits to charity. Ka * 2005 Letter of Application from the Korean Consulate General in Shanghai
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  • ...e 11 Edu-clubs is the India's first Collaboration initiative for Wikipedia in a School.<ref>Dinamani, ''Siruvar Mani'', 2013-09-14, page 27, Tamil wikipe ...ution of the Clubs]]. The Constitution consist of a total of 208 Articles. In the administrative wing the students are elected through various levels, de
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  • ====The memory in fading India ({{Lang-ja|薄れるインドでの記憶}}) / 5====
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  • This is a list of notable '''Italian [[genius]]es''', presented in chronological order by date of birth. ...of the dome over the [[Cathedral of Florence]]. Furthermore, his interest in mathematics led to his invention of [[linear perspective]],<ref>Lindberg, D
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  • and welfare and to protect and further their rights as citizens. In addition it promotes Clubs, Societies and other non-academic activities and ...hey would not be permitted to vote on any resolution until the late 1970s. In 1978 the newly established DIT Governing Body was given an order by the CDV
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  • ...t Head of Theatre at the [[Lebanese University]] (IBA II). He is an expert in "Creative Pedagogy" and Therapy through actor training. He is the founder o ...Algeria 2010; in addition, several performances were given in [[Lebanon]] in 2005–2010.
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  • ...e or headgear effect on the growing [[maxilla]]. The result is an increase in the overall length of the front [[teeth]] and restriction of maxillary forw ...not a functional orthopeadic appliance like the other appliances mentioned in this descriptor; rather it is a therapeutic appliance specifically designed
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  • ...w:NGO|Non-governmental organization]]<ref>In India, NGOs can be registered in four ways: Trust, Society, Section-25 Company, Special Licensing. Registrat ...Varanasi]] - India, in 1994, by a group of students and scholars of Indian philosophy to promote Indian studies and interfaith dialogue.<ref>{{Citation | url = h
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  • | type = Commentary on current issues in society, politics, ethics, religion and culture ...issues, [[bioethics]], [[religion]], [[philosophy]] and [[entertainment]]. In its mission statement, MercatorNet says it aims to be a voice for [[human d
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  • Founded in 2011, Wet 'N Reckless Brewing is based on the concept of producing unusual ...e Hyndman, a biologist and fire performer who has been brewing beer for 21 years.<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Wet 'N Reck
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  • ...onal Conference of Christians and Jews (NCCJ) in New York City. NCCJ began in response to anti-Catholic sentiment being expressed during Al Smith’s run ...Jersey became home to the American Conference on Diversity. Headquartered in [[New Brunswick]], the nonprofit continues to lead initiatives of social si
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  • homestudy / online learning. The program is designed to take up to five years to complete and is sometimes offered residentially. :*"Engaging in the Bodhisattva Deeds" (the [[Six Perfections]], following [[Shantideva]]'s
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  • ...]] (Ga na jo ha lay gay) located in the Mohawk Valley near Fonda, New York in 1993.<ref>{{Cite web ...Native inmates in the New York State Penal System. His office is located in Albany, New York, but he travels all over the state to meet with Native inm
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  • ...Carbone and Smolan bought out the interest of their Canadian partners and in 1985 the company was renamed Carbone Smolan Associates. Ken Carbone is the ...ystems and branding programs for some of the most recognizable brand names in the public and private sector. (See: Fast Company, Five Tips for Forging a
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  • at the state and local level. There can be minor blending of political philosophy (liberty, socialism, and communism) up or down one level of government but *[[Immigration reform]] - probation green card for undocumented in good standing
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  • He was born in Aksu village, Sairam district, [[South Kazakhstan Province|Shymkent region] ...andidate’s dissertation: “Intra-political aspects of national security in the Republic of Kazakhstan”.
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  • {{in-universe|date=February 2014}} ...the Canadian factions Maximland and New Canada and therefore are mentioned in the article. While alliances and trade agreements with Maine, Union of New
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  • ...of Justice]], and [[NATO]], among others. He has also held political posts in the metropolitan government of Lyon. ...Law of Lyon. He obtained his [[J.D.]] in 1974 and the ''[[Agrégation]]'' in law the following year.
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  • ==== Philosophy on health ==== Cohen practices pharmacy (Licensed in Florida) using [[Integrative_medicine|integrative medicine]] and functional
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  • ...[Naka-ku]], [[Yokohama]], [[Kanagawa prefecture]], [[Japan]]. ICJC resides in a traditional-style Japanese house offering a performance/lecture space, a ...rriculum programs and activities at Yokohama International School starting in the Early Learning Center through High School.
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  • ...STC>D.J.Pearson and B.C.Warboys "Structural Modelling - A Philosophy" OSTC/IN/40 July 1970</ref><ref name=EUROCOMP>G.D.Pratten and R.A.Snowden "CADES, su ...r years as director of advanced development for [[Bell-Northern Research]] in Ottawa, he became the founder and president of Orcatech, one of the world's
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  • ...e|(M.Sc.)]]</small> <br/>[[University of Pennsylvania]] <small>[[Doctor of Philosophy|(Ph.D.)]]</small> ...ndan Dasgupta's page at ICTS website">{{cite web | url= | title=Prof Chandan Dasgupta's page at ICTS website |
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  • ...o correlate the methods and knowledge it employs with current developments in scientific and medical understanding. .../ref> The Society maintains a connection with the Shankaracharya tradition in India and is currently directed by [[Peter Fenwick (neuropsychologist)|Dr P
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  • ...'Euphrates Institute''' is a not-for-profit educational organization based in the [[United States]], whose stated mission is "to create global citizens t [[Principia College]], a liberal arts college for Christian Scientists in Illinois.<ref>
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  • a philosophy similar to [[Timothy Leary]]'s attitude of [[Turn on, tune in, drop out]] by implying that schools do not teach people to be [[critical t The word was coined as a nonsensical term with religious undertones in the [[Discordianism|Discordian]] [[religious text]] ''[[Principia Discordia
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  • ...gentina, in 1956), is a [[Judaism|Jewish]] author and educator who resides in [[Israel]].<ref>{{cite web|title=Gustavo Daniel Perednik|url=http://www.ama ...r Education on the Jewish Role in Civilization. He resides with his family in the outskirts of [[Jerusalem]].
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  • | caption = Hammond at Colorado Springs Comic Con in 2018 adult, Hammond has also lived in Arizona and Nevada. He currently lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado.<ref>{{cite web|url=
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  • ...s collected in more than 20 countries. His painting style is deeply rooted in the [[Russia]]n spiritual and artistic tradition. ...ibitions of unofficial art. Alexsandrov taught arts and paintings for five years.
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  • ...titute of Technology Madras, Tamilnadu|last=Irudayaraj||language=en|access-date=2019-06-30}}</ref> ...losophy in 1995 – both from Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA in the United States.<ref name=""/>
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  • ...isen through the ranks becoming the vice-president (sales and marketing ). In 2005 he quit and started his own travel company Harvey India. ...lourishing and reputed enterprise with over a hundred employees in offices in India and abroad.
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  • ...critiques of many traditional aspects of parenting and education, drawing in each case from social science research. ...phy that is an extension of [[Attachment parenting|Attachment Parenting]], in her book ''The Shepherdess: Progressive Mothering Without Control''.<ref>ht
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  • ...erson/dean-radin/|accessdate=October 20, 2013}}</ref> He is also co-editor-in-chief of the journal ''Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing''.<ref>{ ...s both a [[master's degree]] in electrical engineering and a [[doctorate]] in [[educational psychology]] from the [[University of Illinois at Urbana-Cham
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  • such an approach would not be countenanced by contemporary astronomers. In 1925 the Rev. William Asbury Williams proposed that gravity was "the power ...developing his argument of the methodological equivalence of [[Naturalism (philosophy)|naturalistic]] and non-naturalistic (i.e. [[supernatural]]) theories.
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  • ...27, June 1998</ref>{{Full|date=April 2014}} This technique is used mainly in [[Australia]], [[Sweden]], [[Finland]] and [[USA]].<ref name=GoodMedicine / Wales]].<ref name=LifeSpirit />{{Full|date=April 2014}} In 1994, a few years after a [[near death experience]] that changed her life,<ref name=GoodMedic
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  • The show was included in [[iTunes]]' list for 'Best of 2015' podcasts in the "Recent Debut" category. He hosts another successful philosophy podcast called The Drunken Taoist Podcast.
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  • The core ideology of socialism is a 12 words philosophy and a new official interpretation of [[Chinese socialism]]. Rich and powerf ...inese president [[Xi Jinping]] also personally announced the same ideology in his speech at the symposium of Peking University.<ref>"Xi Jinping delivered
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  • {{Icelandic name|Erlendur|However, in academic writing, Haraldsson is treated as a surname.}} ...g]] in Germany. In the United States, he spent a year with [[J. B. Rhine]] in Durham, North Carolina. He has written several books, including ''At the Ho
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  • ...onks to hold a senior academic position at a university. Alex specialises in [[Animal law]] and competition and consumer law. He is Director of the Cent the ANU College of Law since 1999, being appointed Associate Professor in 2011.<ref>Assoc. Prof. Alex Bruce ANU College of Law.
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  • ...ave focused their music preferences through their record label for over 20 years. The company’s aim to ‘champion both the artistic and technical’ link ...nefits of the artist and promote those with a mixture of talent and belief in their music. Through its various imprints Naim Label currently has a catalo
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  • ...stantin Deunovski (1830–1918) was the first Bulgarian teacher and priest in [[Varna]]. the American School of [[Theology]] in [[Svishtov]] and was a teacher in Hotantsa, near [[Rousse]], from the autumn of 1887 to the summer of 1888.<r
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  • ...ion narrative]] (Genesis 1), according to which [[God]] created the cosmos in eight creative acts over the six days of the "creation week": *Day 4: Creation of "lights" (Sun, Moon and stars) in the firmament;
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  • Daniel Robinson and guitarist Mark Graybill. Drummer Bob Falgie joined in 2006. 2014}}<ref></ref> In an interview with ''Metro Philadelphia'', Robinson says, "We don’t want p
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  • ...ture articles, essays, interviews, and book and film reviews. In its first years through Volume 7 Issue #3, the magazine was known as ''Telos''; following t ...teachings centered on humankind's capacity for self-awareness. Gurdjieff's philosophy, often referred to as 'The Work,' still resonates with present-day freethin
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  • ...movement expressed in distinctly three-dimensional forms. According to the philosophy of the style, art should re-approach man and nature.<ref>[[Land art|http://]]</ref> Not least, this is reflected in the arts, where one of the current major themes is human rapprochement and
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  • He is a visionary educationist, a social entrepreneur and a pioneer in the field of applying eLearning and multimedia to Mass Education in India.
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  • ...43) is a television and radio producer, whose career at the BBC spanned 25 years. He is best known for innovative religious programming and as the founder o ...duate degree classification#First-class_honours|First Class Honours]] in [[Philosophy, Politics and Economics]] and continued doctorate studies at [[Mansfield Co
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  • ...rew and Ruleville, and Central Delta Academy in Inverness— both sprouted in a similar fashion." ISBN 0-8078-5561-8, ISBN 978-0-8078-5561-4.</ref>]] ...ority group|minority]] students; others have ceased to exist. Still others in regions such as the [[Mississippi Delta]] continue to operate with few, if
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  • ...ast= Dwyer|first= Graham|year= 2007|title=The Hare Krishna Movement: Forty Years of Chant and Change |publisher= I. B. Tauris |publication-place= |page= |ur|first= Mallory|year= 2001|title=Multiculturalism and Minority Religions in Britain: Krishna Consciousness, Religious Freedom, and the Politics of Loca
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  • of the extinction of the Republic or the development of party politics in the last century before Christ. ...rend but certainly more prevalent than in the past, created unique strains in the social and political fabric of the ever-expanding Republic. 3
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  • ...ropology at the [[University of Texas at San Antonio]] (1986), and a Ph.D. in [[anthropology]] from the [[University of Texas at Austin]] (1992).<ref>Sch 1994, and, as part of her postdoc, lectured at [[Stanford University]] in 1993-1994.
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  • ...Arts Seminar, the [[University of Chicago]]'s Core Curriculum, the Program in [[Structured Liberal Education]] at [[Stanford University|Stanford]], the K also available as options. Each class meets once as a lecture and twice in section each week. Lectures are given to the entire Directed Studies progra
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  • ...Kong]] for their "Energising Kowloon East: Sustainable Development of Made in Hong Kong Project".<ref>{{cite web|url= The name of Hulu Culture is inspired by the Chinese [[mythology]] in which Iron-stick Lee of [[the Eight Immortals]] had a [[calabash]] (Hulu) f
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  • '''Adam Kowalik''' (born in 24 December 1961 in [[Miedzno]], Poland) is a Polish Roman Catholic priest. ...inted Judge of the Ecclesiastical Tribunal of the Archdiocese of Niterói. In 2008 he became member of the International Consortium for Law and Religious
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  • ...eavy, Paul Joseph Kelly, Michael Moran. ''British Political Science: Fifty Years of Political Studies''. Oxford, England, UK; Malden, Massachusetts, USA: Wi ...Catholicism]].<ref>Emile F. Sahliyeh. ''Religious resurgence and politics in the contemporary world''. Albany, New York, USA: State University of New Yo
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  • ...tion that offers service-learning volunteer and study abroad opportunities in Tanzania and Cambodia. Volunteer and student participants work on grant sup ...o make an impact in improving the health, environment, and quality of life in developing nations through international community development service.
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  • ...Sci-fi music". Also known as one of the pioneering few of [[trance music]] in [[Asia]]. ===Formative years===
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  • ...installing the needed radio equipment on an ageing railway infrastructure in a safe way with no disruption to the operational railway. This meant for ex ...station by use of a radio ([[Airwave (communications network)|Airwave]]). In principal the Connect project is a private, secure, mobile radio system int
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  • ...ler]] These pictures need a date and a context. "Flag of Germany" is wrong in 2011, for example. --> [[Image:GDR shirts.jpg|right|thumb|GDR T-shirts, for sale in Berlin in 2004]]
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  • ...e business, managing Japan most successful domestic grown Thai agriculture in Japan. Jakkrit is the 1st protected child of 綿貫 Watanuki family. ...e Student]] Pilot and Deputy Dean [[Air marshal|Air Mshl]] Pinit Chartthai in [[Newfoundland]] Canada. November 2009]]
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  • ...der and Mercurio Design Lab soon after, a luxury Italian design firm based in Singapore. Today, he is still actively in-charge-of the Asian operations of the Group. At the same time, he is active
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  • ...later changed the name to ''Fred Villari’s Studio of Self Defense'' over in-fighting which led to a business split between Villari and a number of his ==Early years and development of Shaolin Kempo Karate==
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  • ...loped by the people of Shizen village, who inhabited Hokkaido’s forests, in the northern part of Japan ([[Kamakura Period]] 1192 A.D. - 1333 A.D.). Dur ...healers and farmers, who all took refuge in hidden villages in the forest. In direct contact with nature, these people developed their own culture and tr
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  • ...emporary Art]] in Kansas City in 2002 and at [[The Kitchen]], in New York, in 2001. ...)]</ref> The Baltic Art Centre in Visby and The Centre of Contemporary Art in Szczecin, Poland. He has been the recipient of numerous awards and grants
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  • ...tructures.<ref>A kwansaba is an African-American praise poem, with 7 words in 7 lines and no word exceeding 7 letters.</ref> As of 2014, two volumes of ...ficate in African American Studies from the University of Houston.}}</ref> In 2006, Garrett also received a Hurston/Wright Fellowship at American Univers
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  • ...this year (14 June 2014), designed and edited by the poet Nadia Cavalera , in its ninth year, has given the award "honorary..."</ref> ...i]].<ref> Michele Fuoco, 26 aprile 2014, Gazzetta di Modena (Modena = town in Italy) Gazette = news sourced, [
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  • St. Louis. He became the Program Director and McDonnell Douglas Fellow in 1990. Engineering]] from [[Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur]], India in 1968.
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  • ...he [[United States Marine Corps]] and a [[Captain (armed forces)|captain]] in the [[United States Marine Corps Reserve]]. ...y of Pennsylvania]] with a [[Bachelor of Science]] degree in [[economics]] in 2002.<ref name=WGP>{{cite web|url=
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  • ...en learned etiquette at school. Etiquette has changed and evolved over the years. ...ultans, emperors, emirs and others – who rule or reign over 43 countries in all.<ref>[
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  • that language, "libre" in English denotes "the state of being free", as in "having freedom" or "liberty". ...[[gratis versus libre]] distinction). For example, the distinction is made in the free/libre and open source software ([[FLOSS]]), [[free culture movemen
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  • | caption = in 2014 as motivational speaker in various international events, and performed in dance festivals all over the world.<ref name=ELLINES/><ref name=Enikos>{{ci
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  • '''Herbert Gintis''' (born February 11, 1940 in [[Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]]) is an American [[economist]], [[behavioral ...mathematics from [[Harvard University]]. In 1969, he obtained a [[Ph.D.]] in [[economics]] from Harvard after acceptance of his dissertation, ''Alienati
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  • ...keting]] and [[web analytics]], author and internet marketing coach, based in [[Dubai]]. ...rioli|first1=Christian|title=Personal Profile|url=||accessdate=29 September 2014}}</ref>
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  • {{multiple issues|in-universe=September 2009|primarysources=September 2009}} ...Following the official series finale the character has made various cameos in other series, most recently the ''Family Guy'' episode "Bigfat".</ref>
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  • ...[Japanese architecture|architecture]], ranging from the [[Buddhist temples in Japan|design of Buddhist temples]] to various smaller objects such as [[sta ...2009</ref> In deed, many of the Japanese temples at that time were crafted in the Baekje style.<ref>Donald William Mitchell. Buddhism: introducing the Bu
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  • [[File:Saint Pritam Muniji.JPG|thumb|Pritam Muniji in Kayavarohan|358x358px]] faculty as well mastered different disciplines. He also travelled in different mountain ranges like Himalaya, Girnar, Abu etc. including on the
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  • ...n/dated|page=University of the Philippines, College of Social Sciences and Philosophy|timestamp=20160806063454|year=2016|month=August|day=6|substed=yes|help=off} ...D multi|page=University of the Philippines, College of Social Sciences and Philosophy|date=6 August 2016|result='''keep'''}} -->
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  • | education = [[Doctor of Philosophy|Ph.D]] in [[Political Science]] | notableworks = ''Beyond Bullets: The Suppression of Dissent in the United States'', Landscapes of Dissent: Guerrilla Poetry & Public Space
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  • ...]]. Douek lit a torch at formal torch-lighting ceremony on [[Mount Herzl]] in [[Jerusalem]] on Israel's 60th anniversary.<ref>[ ...the caravan sites that provided provisional housing to the new immigrants in attempt to allow them to benefit from cultural and leisure activities.
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  • ==Early years== ...n philosophy from [[Cairo University]] in 1980. She got her Diploma Ballet in 1983.
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  • |formation = {{Start date and years ago|1953|12|02}} ...of Vietnam government which is studying the basic issues of social science in Vietnam.
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  • ...arker''' (born 28 August 1964) is an author, trainer, innovator and expert in the field of personal development.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.profession ...=|title=The Rediscovery Process - It's time for a change in recovery||accessdate=5 November 2014}}</ref> part of t
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  • The first EtonHouse school was established in Singapore in 1995. Today there are more than 90 EtonHouse pre-schools and international, where children were happy and meaningfully involved in their learning in school. Adults listened to and respected children who flourished into confi
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