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  • The Spanish Succession.--Influence of Louis XIV. on History.--French Schemes of Conquest in America.--New York.--Unfitness of the Colonies for War.--The Five Nations.--Doubt and Vacillation.--The Western Indians.--Trade and Politics. The war which in the British colonies was called Queen Anne's War, and in England the War of the Spanish Succession, was the second of a series of four conflicts which ended in giving to Great Britain a maritime and colonial preponderance over France and Spain.

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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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  • To complement investment climate improvements and to help unleash supply response, direct support is sometimes appropriate for formal small and medium firms as well as entrepreneurs in informal settings, for example, in rural areas. Such support may comprise both finance and advice, for example, rural credit and extension services. Several decades of attempts to provide such support have shed light on the key success factors. First and foremost, successful direct support to firms requires a sound investment climate that provides incentives to use public support well.

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  • Successful colonization, contingent upon a stable domestic life, was quickened in Virginia with the coming of the gentlewoman Mrs. Lucy Forest and her maid Ann Burras, who with Mrs. Forest's husband Thomas, arrived in the second supply, 1608, following the planting of the colony at Jamestown, 13 May 1607.

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  • Clearly a more stratified approach to clinical trials would help identify those subgroups who appear to be the best responders to a particular intervention. To date however there is little to suggest that stratification on the basis of clinical characteristics successfully helps predict which drugs work best for which patients. There is a pressing need for the development of biomarkers with clinical utility, for mental health problems.

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  • In 2003, to support efforts at the state level to reduce youth exposure to alcohol marketing, the Center on Alcohol Marketing and Youth (CAMY) issued a report on state advertising laws. 19 It identified key state regulatory strategies that can be effective in reduc- ing youth exposure to alcohol advertising, assessed state practices, and reviewed each state’s law. The report was designed to pro- vide a means for each state to evaluate priorities for enforcement and statutory and regulatory reform.

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  • The dominant people of California have been successively aborigines, _conquistadores_, monks, the dreamy, romantic, unenergetic peoples of Spain, the roaring melange of Forty-nine, and finally the modern citizens, who are so distinctive that they bid fair to become a subspecies of their own. This modern society has, in its evolution, something unique. To be sure, other countries also have passed through these same phases. But while the processes have consumed a leisurely five hundred years or so elsewhere, here they have beensubjected to forced growth....

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  • The island of Cuba, one of the earliest discoveries of the great admiral, has been known to Europe since 1492, and has borne, successively, the names of Juana,[1] Fernandina, Santiago and Ave Maria, having found refuge at last in the aboriginal appellation. Soon after its discovery by Columbus, it was colonized by Spaniards from St. Domingo, but was considered mainly in the light of a military depôt, by the home government, in its famous operations at that period in Mexico.

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  • Data-driven grammatical function tag assignment has been studied for English using the Penn-II Treebank data. In this paper we address the question of whether such methods can be applied successfully to other languages and treebank resources. In addition to tag assignment accuracy and f-scores we also present results of a task-based evaluation. We use three machine-learning methods to assign Cast3LB function tags to sentences parsed with Bikel’s parser trained on the Cast3LB treebank.

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  • an Díaz de Solís colonizes Río de la Plata in 1516, ‘River of Silver’ and Pedro de Mendoza founds Buenos Aires in 1534. But Solís and de Mendoza unable to enslave and put to work the hunter gatherer Indians of the area, Charrúas and the Querandí. Starving Spaniards soon left the area. In 1537, Juan de Ayolas found the sedentary and more densely settled Guaraní up the Paraná river, in Paraguay. The Spaniards could successfully take over the Guaraní hierarchy, enslave them and put them to work to produce food for them.

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  • Geochemical – Geochemical surveys that monitor the reservoir characteristics have routinely been used in the oil and gas industry and have been successfully adopted for use in monitoring carbon sequestration. Initially, reservoir samples (solids, liquids, and gases) are collected to establish a baseline prior to CO2 injection; tests can be repeated later to monitor CO2 migration (using tracers), or to assess geochemical changes, as CO2 saturated brine reacts with the reservoir formation.

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  • Writing has always been and will continue to be one of the essential skills for college readiness and success. Since its inception, the ACT® program has included a multiple- choice format English Test to measure students’ understanding of the skills necessary for effective writing. Beginning in February 2005, students taking the ACT also had the option of adding a 30-minute direct writing test to their examination.

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  • I shall commence this chapter by a description of Spanish Guiana (Provincia de la Guyana), which is a part of the ancient Capitania general of Caracas. Since the end of the sixteenth century three towns have successively borne the name of St. Thomas of Guiana. The first was situated opposite to the island of Faxardo, at the confluence of the Carony and the Orinoco, and was destroyed* by the Dutch, under the command of Captain Adrian Janson, in 1579. (* The first of the voyages undertaken at Raleigh's expense was in 1595; the second, that of Laurence Keymis, in...

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  • There are three key steps to successful outreach. The first step is to gather background information about the community you’d like to work with, and assess your own organization. Second, you establish contacts and develop relationships with community members and organizations. Finally, you plan and implement an outreach program. Obvious? Unfortunately not.

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  • As the 1980s progressed, so did the success of Richard Melman and LEYE. With the desire to embrace diverse styles of cuisine, LEYE developed a variety of concepts including seafood house, Shaw’s Crab House/Blue Crab Lounge (1984-85), Spanish tapas restaurant Cafe Ba-Ba-Reeba! (1986), upscale dining at Everest (1986) and innovative Mexican creations at Hat Dance (1988). LEYE’s fast growing Italian Division has also experienced great success with establishments such as Tucci Benucch (1988), its city cousin Tucci Milan (1989) and the southern Italian trattoria, Scoozi! (1986).

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  • A case study of an excellent Spanish–English bilingual reader (Jiménez et al., 1995) shows the use of similar strategies for identifying words and comprehending text in both languages, and the frequent use of information from the other language. A larger- scale study carried out by the same group (Jiménez et al.

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  • The first edition of this book was published in 1992, and the second edition in 1997. Both editions, hardback and paperback, have been highly successful and have sold many, many copies. In addition, the book has been translated into Chinese (Cantonese and Mandarin), French, Indonesian, Portuguese, and Spanish. We are delighted that so many readers in various countries have found this book useful. Now, the entire book has been updated for the third edition.

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  • TT2 is an innovative tool for speeding up and facilitating the work of translators by automatically suggesting translation completions. Different versions of the system are being developed for English, French, Spanish and German by an international team of researchers from Europe and Canada. Two professional translation agencies are currently evaluating successive prototypes.

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