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  • ...atholic priest. In the 1960s, he found the focus of his life's work in the peace and anti-war movements, to which he committed himself until his death in De ...[priest]] in 1955, he was often at odds with the Church hierarchy over his peace activities, which ultimately became the focus of his life's work. Berrigan
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  • ...adition, not only on Tibetan Buddhism. In 1989, he was awarded the [[Nobel Peace Prize]].<ref>Mary Craig. ''Kundun: A Biography of the Family of the Dalai L ...d a one-story house with distinctive guttering and tiling. After extensive searching, they found that Thondup's house resembled that in Reting's vision. They
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  • ...eration for World Peace and Unification, August 1, 1996, and the Universal Peace Federation in 2005, in New York City. He is also well-known for holding, si ... of organizations to advance international understanding and build lasting peace in the world. A long-time opponent of totalitarian [[communism]], Moon deve
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  • ...any love affairs and mistresses. In his autobiography he remarked that the search for love was for him a lifelong preoccupation. a believer in the scientific method, knowledge derived from empirical research that is verified through repeated testing, he believed that science reaches
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  • ...amidst great controversy. In 1972 when North Vietnam withdrew from ongoing peace negotiations in Paris at the time of the US Presidential elections, Nixon r ...a Conference (1954)|Geneva Conference]] the French government negotiated a peace agreement with the Viet Minh. This allowed the French to leave Indochina a
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  • ... occurred in cities throughout China, including [[Shanghai]], which stayed peaceful throughout the protests. ...democracy student protests of 1986–1987]].<ref>Jonathan D. Spence. ''The Search for Modern China.'' (New York: Norton, 1999), 685 </ref> Included in his re
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  • ...ready to go to the end of the world, even to the [[Knesset]], in search of peace,” which led to his historical trip to [[Jerusalem]]. <ref>Dan Cohn-Sherbo ... over war. His assassins regarded him as a traitor to [[Islam]] for making peace with Israel.
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  • The [[Peace of Utrecht]] (1713) stripped Spain of its remaining territories in the [[It ...n new settlements. Those from the less prosperous Hispaniola were eager to search for new success in a new settlement. From there [[Juan Ponce de León]] con
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  • "uncle." Charles also taught part-time at the [[New School for Social Research]]. Career and money tensions led to quarrels and reconciliations, but when ...h century.<ref name=Tick>Judith Tick, ''Ruth Crawford Seeger: a Composer's Search for American Music'' (Oxford University Press, 2000, ISBN 978-0195137927).<
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  • ...ton on August 28, 1963. King became the youngest person to win the [[Nobel Peace Prize]] in 1964. {{readout||right|250px|Martin Luther King, Jr. received the [[Nobel Peace Prize]] in 1964 for his work to end racial segregation through nonviolent m
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  •,620 Isaeus]. ''''. </ref> According to Sir Richard C. Jebb, ...d no military support to Olynthus.<ref name="Peace5">Demosthenes, ''On the Peace,'' [
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  • ...iled and broken creation to resemble more closely the world of justice and peace he intended it to be. The [[New Jerusalem]], Menno Simons believed, could b ...ine of [[transubstantiation]] caused Menno to begin a serious and in-depth search of the [[bible|scriptures]], which he confessed he had not previously studi
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  • ...n-going [[war]]s and an economic [[recession]]. He was awarded the [[Nobel Peace Prize]] during his first months as president. ...ef>[ Researchers: Obama has German roots]. ''USATODAY'' (June 4, 2009). Retrieved Februar
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  • | prizes = [[Goethe Prize]] (1928)<br>[[Nobel Peace Prize]] (1952) ...a humanitarian and advocate of peace. Schweitzer received the 1952 [[Nobel Peace Prize]] for founding the Lambaréné Hospital in west [[Africa]] and for se
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  • ...remains a contentious issue and its resolution is needed to ensure stable, peaceful relationships among East Asian nations and for the world as a whole. ...ia and the Pacific and Indian Oceans.<ref>Jared M. Diamond, ['s_gift_to_the_world Taiwan
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  • ...e Rosen Publishing Group, 2004. ISBN 082393828X), 52</ref> although some researchers, such as Karl Julius Beloch, argue that the dispatch of such a great fle ...1987): 1–39.</ref> John Fine, on the other hand, suggests that the first peace between Athens and Persia was concluded in 450–449 B.C.E., as a result of
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  • ...diers serving within a combat unit does have the advantage of allowing for searches on female civilians, and in some cases the female areas of segregated [[m ...eeing men to the actual fighting service. A voluntary Lotta unit manned an searchlight battery of Finnish [[anti-aircraft artillery]] in defense of Helsinki
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  • ... salvation in another realm of existence and as offering [[justice]] and [[peace]] in this world. Jesus preached a spiritual or a worldly message. Was he concerned about peace, justice, equality and freedom in this world, or about salvation from sin f
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  • ...e Roosevelt Jr.''') (October 27, 1858 &ndash; January 6, 1919) was a Nobel Peace Prize winner, distinguished naval historian, conservationist, governor of ...s [[Medal of Honor]] for his courage in battle and was awarded the [[Nobel Peace Prize]] in 1906 for his mediation of the [[Russo-Japanese War]]—the first
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  •|paint]], and a [[poetry|poet]] must write, if he is to be ultimately at peace with himself. What a man can be, he must be. This is what we may call the n ...nship between self-actualization and self-transcendence clearly in ''Man's Search for Meaning''. He wrote:
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