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  • 181 Social progress — is defined as the changing of society toward the ideal. The concept of social progress was introduced in the early, 19th century social theories, especially those of social evolutionists like August Comte and Herbert Spencer. It was present in… …

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  • 182 Ancient India and Central Asia — have long traditions of social cultural, religious, political and economic contact since remote antiquity [ Alberuni s India, 2001, p 19 21, Edward C. Sachau History; Dates of the Buddha, 1987, p 126, Shriram Sathe; Foundations of Indian Culture …

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  • 183 Call to Action — (CTA) is an organization that advocates for a variety of causes within the Roman Catholic Church. Call to Action s goals include women s ordination, an end to mandatory priestly celibacy, a change in the church s teaching on a variety of sexual… …

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  • 184 Recognition of the Armenian Genocide — To date, 21 countries have officially recognized the massacres of Armenians committed by Ottoman Empire between 1915 1923 as genocide. International organizations There is general agreement among historians that the events constituted genocide.… …

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  • 185 Mauritania — This article is about the North African country. For other uses, see Mauretania. Islamic Republic of Mauritania الجمهورية الإسلامية الموريتانية al Ǧumhūriyyah al ʾIslāmiyyah al Mūrītāniyyah République Islamique de Mauritanie Republik bu Lislaamu… …

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  • 186 California Education Code 48907 — (1977) acts as a counter to the Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier (1988) Supreme Court ruling, which limited the freedom of speech granted to public high school newspapers that had not already been established as forums for student expression , Ed Code… …

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  • 187 The Apostolic Fathers —     The Apostolic Fathers     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Apostolic Fathers     Christian writers of the first and second centuries who are known, or are considered, to have had personal relations with some of the Apostles, or to have been so… …

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  • 188 The Logos —     The Logos     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Logos     The word Logos is the term by which Christian theology in the Greek language designates the Word of God, or Second Person of the Blessed Trinity. Before St. John had consecrated this term… …

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  • 189 Devin Gardner — Michigan Wolverines No. 7 Quarterback Sophomore Major: Date of birth: December 14, 1991 …

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  • 190 The Office (U.S. season 7) — The Office season 7 Region 1 DVD artwork Country of origin United States No. of episodes 26 …

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  • 191 DERRIDA, JACQUES — (1930–2004), French philosopher and literary critic. Derrida was born and raised in El Biar, near Algiers. In 1942, he was expelled from school as result of antisemitic measures. In 1949 he moved to France and beginning in 1952 he studied at the… …

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  • 192 Knights Templar Seal — The Master of the Knights Templar s great seal was double sided and showed the picture of The Dome of the Rock (some opinions are that the picture represents a circular dome of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre) on one side and the Order s symbol… …

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  • 193 Lancaster Catholic High School — Infobox School name =Lancaster Catholic High School image size =120px motto =Cor Sapiens Quaerit Doctrinam established =1928 type =Private secondary affiliation =Roman Catholic district =Manheim Township School District grades =9 ndash;12… …

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  • 194 All-African Peoples' Conference — The All African Peoples Conference (AAPC) was a conferenceof political parties and other groupsin the late 1950s and early 1960s in Africa.It was attended bydelegates from independence movementsin areas still under European colonial rule,as well… …

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  • 195 Anglican Church in North America — Not to be confused with Anglican Church in America. Anglican Church in North America Classification Anglican Orientation both Evangelical and Anglo Catholic orientations …

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  • 196 Nitke v. Gonzales — United States District Court for the Southern District of New York Full case name NITKE v. GONZALEZ, 413 F.Supp.2d 262 (S.D.N.Y. 2005) Date decided Jul. 25, 2005 …

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  • 197 providence of God —    In Protestant theology, the providence of God refers to God s work as the preserver of creation, his continual interaction with created beings, and his direction of the universe to its predetermined end. While affirmed in Lutheran confessions …

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  • 198 Happy Birthday of Death, The — by Gregory Corso (1960)    In The Happy Birthday of Death, gregory corso deploys passion, humor, and the resources of his fertile, quirky imagination against all the various agencies that debase the human spirit and impair true life. In a series… …

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  • 199 univocal —    by Claire Colebrook   According to one of Deleuze s most important critics, Alain Badiou, univocity is the central concept of Deleuze s project. In Difference and Repetition, Deleuze describes an alternative history of philosophy comprising… …

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  • 200 univocal —    by Claire Colebrook   According to one of Deleuze s most important critics, Alain Badiou, univocity is the central concept of Deleuze s project. In Difference and Repetition, Deleuze describes an alternative history of philosophy comprising… …

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