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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. ...t components. Russell, in particular, saw [[logic]] and [[science]] as the principal tools of the philosopher. Indeed, unlike most philosophers who preceded him
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  • On his way to Bosnia-Herzegovina from France, police searched Mehmedbašić's train for a thief. Thinking the police might be after him Mehmedbašić needed to replace the weapons he had lost when his train was searched. This delayed his attempt on Potiorek, and before he was ready to act Ili
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  • ...bly ''Divers Voyages Touching the Discoverie of America'' (1582) and ''The Principal Navigations, Voiages, Traffiques and Discoueries of the English Nation.'' ( ...rt Cecil, 1st Earl of Salisbury|Sir Robert Cecil, 1st Earl of Salisbury]], principal [[Secretary of State (United Kingdom)#Secretary of State|Secretary of State
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  • Schweitzer was the principal of a theological college and author of a seminal work of biblical scholarsh ...t interest, however, was the life of Jesus, to which he devoted years of research and reflection.
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  • ..., (1892) [ Jerome: The Principal Works of St. Jerome, Letter LXIX. To Oceanus]. (The Christian Literature Pu Noah (Nuh) is one of the five principal [[prophet]]s of [[Islam]], generally mentioned in connection with the fate
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  • ...ation of the bobcat depends primarily on the population of its prey; other principal factors in the selection of habitat type include protection from severe wea ...range at about 3 sq mi (7 km²) (Kamler and Gipson 2000). Research has shown that dispersal from the [[birth|natal]] range is most pronounced
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  • ...hākā''; {{IPA2|ɖʱaka}}) is the [[capital]] of [[Bangladesh]] and the principal city of [[Dhaka District]]. Located on the banks of the [[Buriganga River]] ...[[martial law]], the declaration of Bangladesh's independence, [[Operation Searchlight|military suppression]], devastation during war, and natural calamities
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  • ...ndlocked country shares national borders with [[Switzerland]] and the tiny principality of [[Liechtenstein]] to the west, [[Germany]] and the [[Czech Republic]] ...fascist regime, backed by the army and the Heimwehr (Home Defence League), searched the headquarters of and banned the Socialist Party. Later Dollfuss abolis
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  • ...ave given birth to new approaches for [[teaching]] and [[learning]]. For research in various fields, computer science has greatly enhanced the processes of d ...en with a degree in calculus, were employed in commerce, government, and research establishments. After the 1920s, the expression ''computing machine'' was a
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  • * The '''[[Amur]]''', the principal river of eastern [[Siberia]] and the border between Russia and China * The '''[[Brahmaputra River|Brahmaputra]]''', the principal river in northeast India and [[Tibet]]
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  • Today, the TAT is widely used as a tool for research in areas of psychology such as [[dream]]s, fantasies, mate selection, and w ...limit the range of personality characteristics that the TAT can explore. Research has shown that factors including race, gender, and [[social class]] of both
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  • ...aven, principal Arapaho Chief - NARA - 533044.jpg|thumb|left|Little Raven, principal Arapaho Chief]] ...13&-geo_id=05000US56017&-geo_id=28200US564610013&-geo_id=28200US564610017&-search_results=05000US56017&-format=&-_lang=en&-show_geoid=Y 2000 Census, U.S. Cen
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  • ...cells are located at the junction of the arrector and the follicle and are principally responsible for the ongoing hair production during a process known as the ...ol''' is the fiber derived from the fur of animals of the Caprinae family, principally [[sheep]], but the hair of certain species of other mammals, such as [[go
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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 ...ger, taught in the 1950s at the [[Dalton School]] in Manhattan and was the principal from 1960 to 1976 at [[Ethical Culture Fieldston School|Fieldston Lower Sch
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  • ...ef> The [[First Folio]] of 1623, however, lists Shakespeare as one of "the Principal Actors in all these Plays," some of which were first staged after ''Volpone ...eir''. For plays on historical subjects, Shakespeare relied heavily on two principal texts. Most of the Roman and Greek plays are based on [[Plutarch]]'s ''Para
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  • The historian Jean-Louis Loubet del Bayle calls Blanchot a "principal collaborator" (''Les Non-Conformistes des annes trentes'', 2001) with the V ...nt biographer has found any evidence of such involvement, despite detailed searches and interviews.
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  • ===Romania: The search for a ruler=== ... rivalry for the throne."<ref>Boia and Brown (2001), 79.</ref> They "began searching Europe for a suitable prince."<ref>Boia and Brown (2001), 87.</ref>
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  • was founded by [[Theo van Doesburg]]. Next to Van Doesburg, the group's principal members were the painters Mondrian and [[Bart van der Leck]], and the archi ... School]]'' and then in a variety of styles and techniques documenting his search for a personal voice. These paintings are most definitely representational,
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  • ...aving India in 1876, he sat on the Council of India in [[London]]. Elected Principal and Vice-Chancellor of Edinburgh University in 1885, he retired for the sec ===Principal and Vice-Chancellor of Edinburgh University===
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  • ...ellectual, novelist, essayist and critic, best known as the author of ''In Search of Lost Time'' (''À la recherche du temps perdu,'' also translated previou ...responds with the consolidation of the French Third Republic. Much of ''In Search of Lost Time'' concerns the vast changes, most particularly the decline of
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