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  • ..., and the new year, serving as a symbol for abundance, fertility, and good luck. ...ice are the hydrolyzable tannins punicalagins, shown in 38 peer-reviewed research publications over 1990-2007 to have potent [[free-radical]] scavenging abil
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  • But, as with Elser’s bomb in 1939 and all other attempts, luck favored Hitler again, which was attributed to ''"Vorsehung"'' ([[providence ...y during the Nazi era, called this phenomenon "everyday resistance." His research was based partly on the regular reports by the [[Gestapo]] and the SD on mo
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  • ... people who view them believe that they do. Hex signs are examples of good luck symbols that developed in nineteenth century Pennsylvania and remain popula ...ose concerned with good fortune in crop cultivation. One example of a good luck symbol is the ''distelfink,'' which appears on many hex signs. A stylized g
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  • ...x|Lucky rabbit's foot key chains are sold in a variety of colors.]] {{Good Luck2}} ...cial results (or deleterious results in the case of an object considered unlucky). In any case, objects like the rabbit's foot have enjoyed persistent popu
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  • ...heir moral standing is exactly the same. This is an argument against moral luck since whether a person gets the opportunity to fulfill an intention often d *Nagel, T. 1976. Moral Luck. in ''Mortal Questions''. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1979, 1991
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  • *''Eriounios'', bringer of luck ...s to taste meat, which prompted him to venture out of his mother's cave in search of cattle to rustle:
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  • ...this demon using his needle, and the ''Oni'' dropped his magical Mallet of Luck. As a reward for his bravery, the princess used the power of the mallet to ...shiro-nushi-no-kami,'' (事代主神), the Japanese god of fishermen, good luck, and workingmen, as well as the guardian of the health of small children an
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  • ...rd question, "Dost thou love me?"<ref>II.ii.90</ref> By doing this, she is searching for the reality, rather than the exaggeration of their love. Other forms ...a modern audience. Still, some scholars see the play as a mere series of unlucky chances to such a degree that it is not a tragedy at all, but an emotional
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  • ...d Prestrud through a blizzard for hours. Raw strength, experience and dumb luck saved their lives. At Framheim, Johansen, who had extensive Arctic and dogs ...kleton three years previously and was then used by Scott. Without the good luck of finding this new shorter route, Amundsen's careful planning and attentio
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  • ...is work. John Martin, who started Black Sparrow Press, visited Bukowski in search of material for his publication. A nonchalant Bukowski invited him in, offe * ''[[Mockingbird, Wish Me Luck]]'' (1972)
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  • ...of one 1940 broadcast, Murrow ended his segment with "Good night, and good luck." Speech teacher Anderson insisted he stick with it, and another Murrow cat ...nter awards Murrow fellowships to mid-career professionals who engage in research at Fletcher, ranging from the impact of the "new world information order" d
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  • ... at the same time.<ref>Juan Luis Arsuaga, ''The Neanderthal's Necklace: In Search of the First Thinkers'' (Basic Books, 2004, ISBN 1568583036).</ref> The dis ... Men in oni costumes often lead Japanese [[parade]]s to ward off any [[bad luck]].
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  • ...oximately 108 C.E., when it first appears as an independent form. Little research has been done on the time period between those paintings and the frescoes t ...id]]s, [[plum]] and [[chrysanthemum]] flowers, [[bamboo]] and knotted good luck symbols were incorporated in genre paintings. There was no real change in c
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  • ...[human evolution]], including the pattern and process of evolution, or the search for the "missing link" between the [[ape]]s and humans. Many paleoanthropol ==Research activities==
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  • ...sh for the army, but despite this Alcibiades was still forced to depart in search for more booty to pay the soldiers and oarsmen of the fleet. ...ame="Pl34">Plutarch, ''Alcibiades,'' 34. </ref> This was regarded as the unluckiest day of the year to undertake anything of importance. His enemies took n
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  • ...p> + 1) and the first [[Mersenne prime]] (2² - 1), as well as the first [[lucky prime]]. However, it's the second [[Sophie Germain prime]], the second Mer ...use "3" as an alternate to the letter "[[E]]," often in jest or to prevent search engines from reading their messages. This form of code is an example of bas
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  • ...ter Brown Library]] was opened as an independent historical and cultural research center based around the libraries of [[John Carter Brown]] and [[John Nicho ...y acquiring and renovating five buildings to serve as administrative and research facilities. Outside of Providence, Brown also owns a 376-acre property, the
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  • ...tion K," was also thwarted when Japanese submarines assigned to refuel the search aircraft discovered that the refueling point&mdash;a hitherto deserted bay ...ve of 108 aircraft at 04:30 on June 4. At the same time, he launched seven search aircraft (one of which was launched 30 minutes late), as well as combat air
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  • ...radually shifted into a more [[superstitious]] beliefs associated with bad luck and misery. .../Archives?p_product=MH&s_site=miami&p_multi=MH&p_theme=realcities&p_action=search&p_maxdocs=200&p_topdoc=1&p_text_direct-0=0EB3619008FD4B9F&p_field_direct-0=
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  • ...and the Judaeans (or Jews) in verses [http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=john%206:70-7:1 6:70-7:1], which run like this in the [[King James Bible]]: ...etrayal of Jesus is the reference in [http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John%206:71 John 6:71] to Judas as ''son of Simon the Iscariot.'' In light
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