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  • ...ted worldwide and are characterized by [[bipedalism]] and the capacity for speech and language, with an erect body carriage that frees the hands for manipula Many researchers believe that skin darkening was an adaptation that evolved as a protecti
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  • ... in leading what he called the "strenuous life." Roosevelt gained national recognition with his heroic assault leading the Rough Riders on San Juan Hill in Cuba d ... and entered Columbia Law School. Finding law boring, however, Roosevelt researched and wrote his first major book, ''[ Th
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  • ...t interest, however, was the life of Jesus, to which he devoted years of research and reflection. === International recognition ===
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  • ...hate and fear. He was a superb orator, best known for his "I Have a Dream" speech given at the March on Washington on August 28, 1963. King became the younge ...ntial and well-known public address is his world-renowned "I Have A Dream" speech, delivered at the Lincoln Memorial, on August 28, 1963.
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  • ...e Life and Activities of Malcolm X] ''''.: A Malcolm X Research Site. Twenty-First Century Books. Retrieved July 31, 2007.</ref> By organiz ...unched into what would later appear to have been a nearly meteoric rise in recognition and celebrity. He organized and opened numerous new Muslim Temples (i.e., [
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  • In 1950 Russell received the [[Nobel Prize]] in [[Literature]], "in recognition of his varied and significant writings in which he champions humanitarian i ...any love affairs and mistresses. In his autobiography he remarked that the search for love was for him a lifelong preoccupation.
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  • ...zed a secession convention, inaugurated a Confederate Governor, and gained recognition from the Confederacy. ...|Slave "patrollers," mostly poor whites, were given the authority to stop, search, whip, maim, and even kill any slave who violated the slave codes. In their
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  • ...d more to sentimental loyalty to alliances arising from chance than to any recognition of political necessity. Combined action on the part of the socialists was i ...e=klemperer>Klemens Von Klemperer, ''German Resistance against Hitler: The Search for Allies Abroad, 1938-1945'' (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1992, ISBN 978-019
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  • ...hat have helped to unify humanity and to engender respect for creation and recognition that the physical and material aspects of life are not the only or even the ...anas (priests' manuals) that were written to accompany the Vedas, [[Vac]] (speech, which is feminine) is also said to have created the Vedas. The Brahmins al
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  • ...n Gorta Mór'' ([[Great Famine (Ireland)|Great Famine]]) exhibition with a speech promising that Ireland's foreign policy focussed on global hunger.<ref name ...ry McAleese, ''Love in Chaos of Northern Ireland: Spiritual Growth and the Search for Peace in Northern Ireland'' (New York, NY: Continuum, 1999, ISBN 978-08
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  • ...with the ongoing cultural phenomenon that would bear his name began with a speech he made on [[Lincoln Day]], February 9, 1950, to the Republican Women's Clu This speech resulted in a flood of press attention to McCarthy and set him on the path
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  • ...n and Sedition Acts]], soon repealed, which criminalized certain political speech. Adams ultimately reconciled with Jefferson and the two statesmen carried o ...en individualism and corporate authority. In December 1765, he delivered a speech before the governor and council in which he pronounced the Stamp Act invali
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  • ... Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World]'', [[YouTube]]. Retrieved on Feb ...'The Exploration of Space'' (1951) and ''The Promise of Space'' (1968). In recognition of these contributions the [[geostationary orbit]] {{convert|36000|km}} abo
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  • Jobs received a number of honors and public recognition for his influence in the [[technology]] and [[music]] industries. At the ti ...]] in mid-1974 to visit [[Neem Karoli Baba]] at his Kainchi [[Ashram]], in search of spiritual enlightenment. When they reached the Neem Karoli ashram it was
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  • .../ John DeFrancis: Visible Speech. The Diverse Oneness of Writing Systems: Chinese] Retrieved September 14, 2 .../ John DeFrancis: Visible Speech. The Diverse Oneness of Writing Systems: Chinese], retrieved August 29, 200
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  • ... px|[[Martin Luther King]] is perhaps most famous for his "I Have a Dream" speech, given in front of the Lincoln Memorial during the 1963 March on Washington ...rke, Bernice Robinson, and Esau Jenkins, with the help of the Highlander Research and Education Center began the first Citizenship Schools on South Carolina'
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  • ...clergy of Iran, particularly due to his strong policy of modernization and recognition of [[Israel]]. Clashes with the religious right, increased [[communism|comm ...d Mary Bitterman, [ Farah Pahlavi in conversation with Mary Bitterman,] Commonwealth Club.
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  • ...hana on March 7, 1971, that [[Sheikh Mujibur Rahman]] delivered a historic speech calling for the independence of Bangladesh from Pakistan. Thana has since b the late seventeenth century;<ref>''Banglapedia'', [ Musa Khan Mosque]
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  • ====Recognition of Israel==== ...ders were strategically indefensible. Nonetheless, Truman, after much soul-searching, agreed to the fateful step of holding a face-to-face meeting with Zioni
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  • ...o [[transmitter|transmit]] and receive [[sound]]s (most commonly voice and speech) across distances. Most telephones operate through the transmission of [[Si" The modern telephone is the result of the work of many, all worthy of recognition of their contribution to the field. Recently, however, the [[United Kingdom
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