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  • Breakups are an unfortunate but inevitable part of every woman’s life, and there’s no denying that the heartache experienced after the ending of a serious relationship can be excruciating. But it doesn’t have to feel insurmountable,…

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  • "Whatever the prejudices of some may suggest, it will be admitted by all unbiassed judges, that the Protestant Reformation was neither more nor less than an open rebellion. Indeed, the mere mention of private judgment, on which it was avowedly based, is enough to substantiate this fact.

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  • In respect to mere mundane relations, the development and discipline of one's will-power is of supreme moment in relation to success in life. No man can ever estimate the power of will. It is a part of the divine nature, all of a piece with the power of creation. We speak of God's fiat "Fiat lux, Let light be." Man has his fiat. The achievements of history have been the choices, the determinations, the creations, of the human will. It was the will, quiet or pugnacious, gentle or grim, of men like Wilberforce and Garrison, Goodyear and Cyrus Field, Bismarck and Grant, that made them...

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  • "Homage to thee, Osiris, Lord of eternity, King of the Gods, whose names are manifold, whose forms are holy, thou being of hidden form in the temples, whose Ka is holy. Thou art the governor of Tattu (Busiris), and also the mighty one in Sekhem (Letopolis). Thou art the Lord to whom praises are ascribed in the nome of Ati, thou art the Prince of divine food in Anu. Thou art the Lord who is commemorated in Maati, the Hidden Soul, the Lord of Qerrt (Elephantine), the Ruler

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  • In the Biomedical Applications of Biophysics, Volume 3 of the Handbook of Modern Biophysics, the authors have added to the topics introduced in Volume 1, Fundamental Concepts in Biophysics. These additional topics help trace the broad field of biophysics. Patrice Koehl starts the book with an introduction to protein structure prediction based on energetics, homology modeling, and ab-initio calculations. Dickey and Faller follow with a “how-to approach” to model biomembranes.

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  • The question of the Spanish succession. 196. The king of Spain, Charles II, was childless and brotherless, and Europe had long been discussing what would become of his vast realms when his sickly existence should come to an end. Louis had married one of his sisters, and the emperor, Leopold I, another, and these two ambitious rulers had been considering for some time how they might divide the Spanish possessions between the Bourbons and the Hapsburgs. But when Charles II died, in 1700, it was discovered that he had left a will in which he made Louis' younger grandson,...

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  • A humanist educational model can be defined as a system in which human values, dignity, reason and fulfilment in harmony with nature predominates. By contrast, the present system is based on utilitarian values to transform knowledge into commodities. Within this context we see the dehumanization of our children, young people and students. I assume that the function of higher education is to reify ruling class values into the social consciousness of students, and to train students to serve the capitalist machinery.

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  • The ruler of a planet with a black dwarf sun had called a meeting of the council. It was some time before they were assembled, and he waited patiently without thought. When the patchwork of mentalities was complete he allowed the conclusions of the prognosticator to occupy his mind. A wall of unanimous incredulity sprang up. The statement was that when the

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  • HereDe Lolmewrote not in his usual capacity as an observer andtheorist of government, but as an engaged political participant. He embraced the Repre ´sentants’ call for reformand republican renewal inseveral anonymous polemics that contributed to the vibrant public debate thatGeneva’s rulers found impossible to contain.Themost important of these publicationswas the 1767 La purification des trois points de droit souille ´s par un anonyme (The purification of three soiled points of law by an anonymous author).

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  • "Christian" is capable of use in two senses, individual and political. We apply the words "Hindoo" and "Mahommedan" in these two senses also. A man who has been born and brought up in the environment of the Hindoo or Mahommedan religions, and who has not avowed some other form of faith, but has yielded at least an outward allegiance to these forms, we declare to be a man of one or the other faith. Moreover, we judge of his religion by the fruits of it in his moral character. Just so, every European or American who has not openly disavowed the Christian religion for some...

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  • Image Drawn by Faucher-Gudin, from a bas-relief at Koyunjik of the time of Sennacherib. The initial cut, which is also by Faucher-Gudin, represents the broken obelisk of Assur- nazir-pal, the bas-reliefs of which are as yet unpublished. During the years immediately following the ephemeral victories and reverses of Assurirba, both the country and its rulers are plunged in the obscurity of oblivion. Two figures at length, though at what date is uncertain, emerge from the darkness--a certain Irbarammân and an Assur-nadinakhê II.

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  • It is perhaps a matter rather for regret than for surprise that so few attempts have been made to describe, as a whole, the life and character of Henry VIII. No ruler has left a deeper impress on the history of his country, or done work which has been the subject of more keen and lasting contention. Courts of law are still debating the intention of statutes, the tenor of which he dictated; and the moral, political, and religious, are as much in dispute as the legal, results of his reign. He is still the Great Erastian, the protagonist of laity against clergy. His policy...

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  •  Timothy the Toucan inspired every budding artist with this engaging introduction to drawing. This colorfully illustrated book is loaded with fun projects which teach kids basic and imaginative drawing techniques. Includes a 32-page instruction booklet, drawing pad, pencil, sharpener, eraser, colored pencils, crayons, tracing paper, and stencil rulers. Children will love all the Let's Start characters in the series which includes the following: Numbers, Alphabet, Collage, Drawing, Modeling with Clay, Painting, Sand Art, and Stamp Art. Not for children under three years of age.

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  • Bernard Shaw calls us a nation of villagers. To a large extent this appellation holds good. We are so self-sufficient unto ourselves that the most important events in the world leave us cold if they take place outside of the realm of the star-spangled banner. A wonderful and terrible thing is happening in the largest empire on earth; a downtrodden people is engaged in a death-grapple with its merciless rulers; and never were masters so inhuman, and never were people so heroic. In comparison with this titanic struggle the French Revolution itself sinks into insignificance.

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  • These passings of Great Economics happen in the northern autumn. The South Sea bubble popped in October 1720; the Great Crash occurred in October 1929; the Thousand- Year Boom collapsed in October 2008. With each crash, the existing economics is shattered too. The ruling economics is the economics of the rulers. Economics justifies the current class’s rule, tolerating no heretics. Economics props up Prince Rupert.

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  • Hitler, Charlie Chaplin’s Great Dictator, had not only to share power, status and decorations with his generals and state officials; he also had to bribe them with economic rewards well beyond the rate for the job. Worse, he had to keep them bribed. As soon as they received a better offer, all previous deals were off. This is much like the case of a Democratic Alliance leader leaving that party to become an ambassador in 21st century South Africa. No person governs alone. Machiavelli wrote: “The first opinion that is formed of a ruler’s intelligence is based on...

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  • Ancient Civilizations: Biographies presents the life stories of thirty-eight individuals who had a great influence on the ancient civilization in which they lived. The biographies span from the beginning of Sumerian civilization in 3500 B.C. to the decline of the Teotihuacán around A.D. 750. Well-known historical figures, such as Greek philosopher Aristotle and Persian emperor Xerxes, are featured, as well as lesser-known figures, such as Celtic queen Boadicea and Egyptian ruler Hatshepsut....

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  • No one can rule without force, or the threat of force. In addition all rulers must share power. It is possible to rule without legitimacy, but no-one can rule without sharing power. Nor can anyone rule without money. The essential mechanisms of rule, therefore, are force, power sharing, and money. Politics, in short, is about death, cabals and taxes. Legitimacy, on the other hand, is merely nice to have. Legitimacy is like love. It is wonderful to be in love, but without love, sex will do. Illegitimate power remains power. Consider any illegitimate, octogenarian tyrant who...

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  • The central bank started out as the government’s bank, originally created by rulers to finance wars. However, the early examples are really the exceptions, as central banking is largely a 20th century phenomenon. The central bank creates money and thereby controls the availability of money and credit in a country’s economy. In today’s world, central banks use monetary policy to stabilize economic growth and inflation.

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  • It was a widely held dominant perception until the early 1990’s that African rulers do not vacate their office alive. But even in the brutal reality of African politics, transition takes place and different former presidents have dealt with how to maintain power and priviledge very deffrently. With case studies examining the post-presidential years of the iconic Mandela in South Africa, Daniel arap Moi in Kenya, Nyerere in Tanzania, Rawlings in Ghana, Charles Taylor in Liberia, as well as the experience of Botswana, Zambia, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Uganda,...

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