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  • ...une 15, 2008.</ref> The IA makes the collections available at no cost to researchers, historians, and scholars. It is a member of the [[American Library Asso ...is to help preserve those artifacts and create an Internet library for [[researchers]], [[historians]], and [[scholars]]. The Archive collaborates with insti
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  • ...Franco's rule, spreading first throughout Spain, and after 1945, expanding internationally.<ref name="Official_Timeline"/> ...d: Ernesto Cofiño, a father of five children and a pioneer in pediatric research in Guatemala; [[Montserrat Grases]], a teenage Catalan student who died of
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  • * 210 B.C.E., [[Qin Shi Huang]] dispatched [[Xu Fu]] to sail overseas in search of elixirs of immortality, accompanied by 3,000 virgin boys and girls. Hist ...ese flocking in numbers to a new frontier: Africa], ''International Herald Tribune'', August 17, 2007. Retrieved June 5, 2008.</ref>
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  • ... in 1910, and which is still located in [[Brussels]]. They also created an international center called at first Palais Mondial (World Palace), later, the [[Mundaneu ... from the global diffusion of information and the creation of new kinds of international organizations.
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  • ...8)''<ref name=zenobank>[http://zenobank.com/index.php?symbol=WMT&page=quotesearch Company Profile for Wal-Mart Stores Inc (WMT)]. ''zenobank''. accessdate 20 ... Business: Wal-Mart Takes Big Leap into Europe]." ''[[International Herald Tribune]]'', June 15, 1999. Retrieved November 3, 2008.</ref>
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  • ...Brown, 2002), 41</ref><ref name=biographydotcom> [http://www.biography.com/search/article.do?id=9230494&page=print 'Buckley, William Frank, Jr (1925–2008)] ...667 William F. Buckley Jr. is dead at 82]. Obituary [[International Herald Tribune]]</ref> He then founded ''[[National Review]]'' in 1955, serving as editor-
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  • ... the post-Korean War period, rural people left their ancestral villages in search of greater economic and educational opportunities in the cities. By the lat ....co.kr/introduce/board_view_form.html?cpage=4&uid=193&board_id=2&keyfield=&search_text=], Tsinghua University e-Campus, 2003. Retrieved February 26, 2008.</r
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  • ...|developing world]]. Critics of neocolonialism argue that existing or past international [[economics|economics]] arrangements created by former [[colonial power]]s ...e domination of powerful, rich nations over less powerful states. Loans by international banking institutions and even development, aid and relief efforts have been
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  • ...ea orders Westerners in UN mission out in 10 days,] ''International Herald Tribune.'' Retrieved May 24, 2008.</ref> which resulted in minor border changes. Fo ...n Abay Asmerom, [http://www.dehai.org/conflict/analysis/alemsghed1.html In Search of Badme: From Mai Tenne to Mai Teb to Sittona,] Dehai Eritrean News. Retri
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  • ...their male sex organs, Freud spent four weeks at the Austrian zoological research station in [[Trieste]], dissecting hundreds of eels without finding more th ...otel log hints at desire that Freud didn't repress] ''International Herald Tribune'', December 24, 2006. Retrieved December 20, 2007.</ref>
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  • ...ge=1 Afghans consider rebuilding Bamyan Buddhas.] ''[[International Herald Tribune]]'' accessdate 2008-01-06</ref> The statues are believed to have been built ...gh it is generally believed destroyed, some archaeological expeditions are searching for it.
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  • ...in Karafuto) 世界法史の単一性と複数性 (Unity and complexity of international legal history), (Miraisha, 2005), 289-296 </ref> ...60s and early 1970s, the situation of the Sakhalin Koreans improved as the international community began to pay much more attention to their situation. Starting in
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  • ...ww.guggenheim.org/new-york/collections/collection-online/show-full/piece/?}search=Trailer%20for%20the%20Remake%20of%20Gore%20Vidal's%20Caligula&page=&f=Title ...h. Liberal tradition requires that borders must always be open to those in search of safety or even the pursuit of happiness. But now with so many millions o
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  • ...H. Malter, [http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=234&letter=C&search=cassel "David Cassel"] ''Jewish Encyclopedia'' Retrieved December 16, 2007 .../ap/2006/10/22/europe/EU_GEN_Germany_Neo_Nazis.php] ''International Herald Tribune - Europe''. Retrieved February 22, 2009.</ref>Yosef Havlin, Rabbi at the Ch
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  • ...mbia&hl=en LBJ Signs Bill to Set Up Five 3-Day Holidays] ''Sarasota Herald-Tribune'', June 29, 1968. Retrieved October 14, 2013.</ref> Coincidentally this set ...rgin-islands-friendship-day/ Puerto Rico-Virgin Islands Friendship Day]. ''International Holiday Calendar''. Retrieved October 14, 2013.</ref>
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  • ...political, as well as musical, significance. The Moscow concert, which was internationally televised, was released on a compact disc entitled ''Horowitz in Moscow'' ... last pianist to play "in the grand manner" (of the nineteenth century) in search for the "spiritual values" behind the notes and in the manner of a modern d
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  • ... of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) attempted to execute a search warrant at their compound on Mount Carmel, a property located nine miles (1 On February 27, 1993 the ''Waco Tribune-Herald'' began what it called the “Sinful Messiah” series of articles.<ref>Mar
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  • In the internationally publicized legal proceedings that followed, eight [[anarchism|anarchists] ...6 </ref> [[Albert Parsons]], an [[Anarchism|anarchist]] and founder of the International Working People's Association (IWPA), together with his wife [[Lucy Parsons|
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  • ... a girl from Kansas; Stanley Ann Dunham shaped a future senator] ''Chicago Tribune'' (March 27, 2007). Retrieved February 16, 2012.</ref><ref name=Obama>Barac ...rk City]], where he majored in [[political science]] with a specialty in [[international relations]] and graduated with a [[Bachelor of Arts]] in 1983.<ref>Shira Bo
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  • ...ism|Marxist]] solely from reading about the topic. He found that he had to search the dusty back shelves of libraries to find the socialist literature in whi ...en no more than an attention-getting ruse, the Soviet government feared an international incident if he attempted something similar again.
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