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  1. Revolution. His skull being put on revered public display also recalls Lenin, whose ,embalmed body was put on display. An allegory of Joseph Stalin, although
  2. Subcontinent; and Western alchemy, which occurred around the Mediterranean and, whose ,center has shifted over the millennia from Greco-Roman Egypt, to the Islamic
  3. Of a philosopher is to show that nothing can be understood. *Rearden's mother, whose ,name is not mentioned, lives with Rear den at his home in Philadelphia. She is
  4. KISS Military Balance 1990 or 1991). The Navy had an estimated 2,500 personnel, whose ,major naval units consisted of nine patrol/coastal vessels from Spain and
  5. Of her greatest influences and counter-influences, respectively. A third figure, whose ,philosophical works she studied heavily was Friedrich Nietzsche. Able to read
  6. Produced thinkers, such as Johann Gottfried Herder and later Wilhelm Filthy, whose ,work formed the basis for the" culture concept," which is central to the
  7. Was part of the Russian Empire. He was part of an aristocratic Polish family, whose ,members had worked as mathematicians, scientists,and engineers for generations
  8. Were the Haida, now well known for their unique arts, and the Tsimshian people, whose ,population were decimated by a smallpox epidemic in the 1860s. The Aleutian
  9. War in retribution for Agamemnon's insult to Chooses, a priest of Apollo, whose ,daughter Chrysalis had been captured. He demanded her return, and the Achaeans
  10. On environmental issues, with an important precedent in anarcho-naturism and, whose ,main contemporary currents are anarcho-primitivism and social ecology.
  11. Named for its dark, productive soil) was built around large cotton plantations, whose ,owners' wealth grew largely from slave labor. On January 11, 1861,Alabama
  12. Ambiguity is a powerful tool of political science. More problematic are words, whose ,senses express closely related concepts. “ Good,” for example, can mean "
  13. Arabic and studied by Muslim polymaths, philosophers,scientists and scholars, whose ,knowledge of Aristotle thus stretched far beyond that of early Medieval
  14. Connected with" mantis" ( μάντις: prophet). Frenzied women like Sibyls from, whose ,lips the god speaks are recorded in the Near-East as Mari in the second
  15. Boas argued that the world was full of distinct cultures, rather than societies, whose ,evolution could be measured by how much or how little" civilization" they had
  16. In explanation of the connection of Apollo with δάφνη (Daphne),the laurel, whose ,leaves his priestess employed at Delphi, it is told that Apollo chased a nymph
  17. Geometers (Euclidean algorithm),Persian mathematician Al-Khwarizmi (from, whose ,name the terms" algorithm" and" algorithm" are derived),and Western
  18. Technically the most powerful person in Alberta, he is in reality a figurehead, whose ,actions are restricted by custom and constitutional convention. The government
  19. And of directors such as Kurosawa, Buñuel, Bergman,Reason, Andrzej Wanda (, whose ,film Ashes and Diamonds was a true experience for him) and Mizoguchi.
  20. To define a work of art, to narrow it down. " Imagine you are an art critic, whose ,mission is to compare the meanings you find in a wide range of individual
  21. Potassium is less dense than sodium, and the possible exception to francium, whose ,physical properties have not been measured because it exists only in small
  22. Informal usage. This is often the case, for example, with idiomatic expressions, whose ,definitions are rarely or never well-defined, and are presented in the context
  23. What was meant to be conveyed. An exception to this could include a politician, whose ," weasel words" and obfuscation are necessary to gain support from multiple
  24. Through the principle of AHIMA. In 1938 Huxley befriended J. Krishnamurti, whose ,teachings he greatly admired. He also became a Medalist in the circle of Hindu
  25. Colonists. History Etymology The Alabama (people),a Muskogean-speaking tribe, whose ,members lived just below the confluence of the Coos and Tallapoosa Rivers on
  26. States" free thought was a basically anti-christian, anti-clerical movement, whose ,purpose was to make the individual politically and spiritually free to decide
  27. Amateur astronomy, also called backyard astronomy and stargazing, is a hobby, whose ,participants enjoy watching the night sky (and the day sky too, for sunspots
  28. Systems. An early leading anarcho-syndicalist thinker was Rudolf Rocker, whose ,1938 pamphlet Anarchosyndicalism outlined a view of the movement's origin
  29. Diplomatically by appealing to previous treaty obligations, interpretation of, whose ,terms the two nations disagreed on, and then by searching and seizing Dutch
  30. Be used to remind the person with dementia to turn off the gas himself, but, whose , voice should be used, and what should the message say? Questions like these
  31. Of the Netherlands, together with the Netherlands, Curaçao,and Sint Maarten, whose ,citizens share a single nationality: Dutch citizen. Its capital is Oranjestad.
  32. King Muwatalli II ca 1280 BCE. Aleksandr could be Paris-Alexander of Lion ", whose ,name is Greek. The Hittite testimony reflects an early form, which may also be
  33. Asymptotically optimal algorithms. The goal is to find a reducing algorithm, whose ,complexity is not dominated by the resulting reduced algorithm's. For example
  34. Empirical research program Aristotle is the earliest natural historian, whose ,work has survived in some detail. Aristotle certainly did research on the
  35. To support the ruling party MPA in Angola against the rebel movement UNITS, whose ,stronghold is in southern Angola, bordering to Namibia. The defense pact
  36. Genetic engineering Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) are organisms, whose ,genetic material has been altered by genetic engineering techniques generally
  37. He should answer us, we should despise him for it. Therefore, we must take a man, whose ,opinions are known. " Assassination John Wilkes Booth was a well-known actor
  38. In Ankara, their first target was the 38-year-old Bishop of the town, whose ,name was Clement. Clement's life describes how he was taken to Rome, then sent
  39. Column in Sky and Telescope magazine for 21 years. * John Dobson (1915), whose , name is associated with the Bosnian telescope, a simplified design for
  40. In the eyes of a monkey who had been shot and also the grief of a baby elephant, whose ,mother had been killed by a hunter. He was very attached to his succession of
  41. In the laboratory, in contrast to the ancient Greek and Egyptian alchemists, whose ,works were often allegorical and unintelligible, with very little concern for
  42. Scientists from other fields such as physics, geology,and engineering, whose ,research interests are closely related to astronomy. The International
  43. City, for example, was created by John Taylor Johnston, a railroad executive, whose ,personal art collection seeded the museum. ) But despite all this, at least one
  44. Not only along the sea lanes of the Poetic Sea but also in maritime cities, whose ,economic interests were tightly connected to the riches of the Black Sea.
  45. Case of Schopenhauer’s work, was the significance of the Chandra Upanishads, whose ,Mahayana, Tat Team As is mentioned throughout The World as Will and
  46. Or adventuress is a term that usually takes one of three meanings: *One, whose ,travels are unusual and often exotic, though not so unique as to qualify as
  47. Defines it carefully, mentioning the previous geographers whom he had read, but, whose , works are now missing. By it, he means Anatolia and the Persian Empire, in
  48. Astronomer, geographer and a scholar in the House of Wisdom in Baghdad, whose ,name means" the native of Harm ", a city that was part of the Greater Iran
  49. The media in 2011 that his nation's" goal is to achieve an Afghan economy, whose ,growth is based on trade, private enterprise and investment ". Opium production
  50. For President of the United States, most strongly Barry Goldwater in 1964, whose , candidacy she promoted in several articles for The Objectives Newsletter. In

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