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  1. Party. During his short reign, peace was established both at home and, abroad , finances were well regulated, and the various administrative services were
  2. Early 20th century Rubber Bonanza zenith when this dynamic boomtown was known, abroad ,as the St. Louis of the Amazon. Foreign companies settled in this city, from
  3. Had 54 ships. Some portions of most products that were previously imported from, abroad ,have begun to be produced locally (among them are Coca-Cola by Coca-Cola
  4. Had nothing to teach him. This did not set Gershwin back, as his real intent, abroad ,was to complete a new work based on Paris and perhaps a second rhapsody for
  5. To Boulanger that caused Gershwin to seriously consider taking time to study, abroad ,in Paris. Gershwin arrived in Paris in March 1928. Paris at this time hosted
  6. Competitions for prestigious state public buildings, both in Finland and, abroad , including the two competitions for the Finnish Parliamentary building in 1923
  7. Of the history of the series (Volumes 4 through 29),settings in Gaul and, abroad ,alternated, with even-numbered volumes set abroad and odd-numbered volumes set
  8. Local marriage was the norm while the elite had been much more likely to marry, abroad ,as a part of aristocratic alliance building. A habit of one group in society
  9. S" Celtic Tiger" economy fewer Chill people were forced to look for work, abroad , Agriculture plays a small role and the fact that the island is mostly bog
  10. Notable of which was White Stains, a piece of erotica that had to be printed, abroad ,as a safety measure in case it caused trouble with the British authorities.
  11. July 7 bombers acted independently of an al-Qaeda terror mastermind someplace, abroad , What exactly al-Qaeda is, or was, remains in dispute. Author and journalist
  12. Next day. The film was a moderate financial success in Japan, but a larger one, abroad ,and, as he had done with Kagemusha, Kurosawa embarked on a trip to Europe and
  13. 29),settings in Gaul and abroad alternated, with even-numbered volumes set, abroad ,and odd-numbered volumes set in Gaul, mostly in the village. The Asterix series
  14. Rodin planned to stay in Belgium a few months, but he spent the next six years, abroad , It was a pivotal time in Rodin's life. Rodin said," It is Michelangelo who
  15. First half of 2008,cash remittances sent back to Armenia by Armenians working, abroad ,rose by 57.5 percent and totaled $668.6 million USD, equivalent to 15 percent
  16. Island is largely dependent on tourism. Subventions from Chill people working, abroad , in particular in the United Kingdom the United States and Africa allowed many
  17. While critical reception in Japan was muted, the film was better reviewed, abroad , winning the Moscow International Film Festival's Golden Prize, as well as an
  18. Dependent upon foreign aid and remittances from Armenian nationals working, abroad , and members of the diaspora donating aid through NGOs (non-governmental
  19. Most recently valued in the millions of dollars, rather than to travel, abroad ,as the award intended. ). Derleth's true avocation, however,was hiking the
  20. As copies only. How the diocese of Worcester was administered when Alfred was, abroad ,is unclear, although it appears that Sultan, the prior of the cathedral
  21. Still, Peter did not despair. On the 26 August 1716 he wrote to Alexei from, abroad , urging him, if he desired to remain service, to join him and the army
  22. Of political change at home and accepted its former colonies' independence, abroad , In Angola, a fight for the conquest of power broke out immediately between the
  23. Expressed concerns for the fate of the 25 million ethnic Russians in the" near, abroad ," of the former Soviet Union. He sought to protect the national character of
  24. 90 members in provincial districts, and 3 members to represent Angolans, abroad , The next general elections, due for 1997,have been rescheduled for 5
  25. Nationally recognized artists. Their art was exhibited nationally as well as, abroad , Gerard died in the 1940s. Velma Wallace Rawness died in 1977. Velma Wallace
  26. Money and caused the Club of the Four Knights to dissolve. Initial reception, abroad ,was somewhat more favorable, but Dodesukaden has since been typically
  27. The island itself is limited, many students choose study in the Netherlands, or, abroad , in countries in North America, South America as well as the rest of Europe.
  28. Products. US$785 million worth of diamonds,7.5 % of exports, were sold, abroad ,that year. Nearly all of Angola's oil goes to the United States, in 2006
  29. System (ONE),connecting the capital with major cities across Greece and, abroad ,(Istanbul, Sofia,and Bucharest). Ferries departing from the major port of
  30. Been offset somewhat by international aid, remittances from Armenians working, abroad , and foreign direct investment. Economic ties with Russia remain close
  31. Moved by a deep hatred of the liberals who were taking power, left Paris to go, abroad , leaving his family behind. He spent a short time at Fribourg in Switzerland
  32. He also received the Copley Medal from the Royal Society in 1925. Travels, abroad ,Einstein visited New York City for the first time on 2 April 1921,where he
  33. Darwin and William Henry Edwards, Wallace decided that he too wanted to travel, abroad ,as a naturalist. In 1848,Wallace and Henry Bates left for Brazil aboard the
  34. Needs is NATO supported scholarship programs to take the massive number of students, abroad ,so that when they return after finishing studies they can move their nation
  35. The domestic film industry, and having already received dozens of offers from, abroad , the idea of working outside Japan appealed to him as never before. For his
  36. So-called" Labors of Hercules" ( see next section) he very rarely travelled, abroad ,during his later career. Retirement:" That’s the way of it. Just a case or two
  37. All neighboring countries, afford large numbers of travelers easy access from, abroad , The Alps typically see more than 50 million visitors a year. Flora A natural
  38. Palacios de Oriente, which leveraged the Spanish diplomatic and military network, abroad ,to intercede for thousands of prisoners-of-war, receiving and answering letters
  39. Of any foreign state subjects of such state, and also persons who though born, abroad ,are British subjects by reason of parentage, may buy declarations of alienate
  40. After Vivaldi's appointment, the orphans began to gain appreciation and esteem, abroad , too. Vivaldi wrote concertos, cantatas and sacred vocal music for them. These
  41. Difficulties are presumed to have made Tchaikovsky play with the idea of going, abroad ,and producing a film outside the Soviet film industry. During 1975,Tchaikovsky
  42. Official statistics show that as many 575,000 tourists visited Armenia from, abroad ,in 2009; the government stated earlier in 2010 that the figure will surpass
  43. Planning to take sanctuary besides the image of Augustus or with the Roman Army, abroad , Agrippina and her sons were put on trial by the Roman Senate. She was banished
  44. In Northampton, Massachusetts. Returning home to Brantford after six months, abroad , Bell continued his experiments with his" harmonic telegraph ". The basic
  45. The extraordinary acclaim that Kurosawa’s work has received in Japan and, abroad , his films, as well as Kurosawa as an individual, have also been subject to
  46. Co-creators René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo France's bestselling authors, abroad , History Prior to creating the Asterix series, Goscinny and Undergo had
  47. Mobility. Today, an increasingly large percentage of the population lives, abroad , most notably in the United Kingdom (Antigua Britons),United States and
  48. To win awards, including the Palme d'Or for Kagemusha, though more often, abroad ,than in Japan. In 1990,he accepted the Academy Award for Lifetime Achievement.
  49. It entailed the recruitment of clerical scholars from Mercia, Wales and, abroad ,to enhance the tenor of the court and of the episcopacy; the establishment of a
  50. A massive hit in Japan. The film was also a critical and box office success, abroad , winning the coveted Palme d'Or at the 1980 Cannes Film Festival in May, though

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