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Links and Factoids

By: Sam Vaknin

... a kind of yummy doughnut with jam filling and vanilla icing. This gave rise to the fallacy - adopted even by "The Economist" - that "Berliner" is w... ... in the decade following the filling of Lake Mead behind Hoover Dam on the Nevada-Arizona state border. Some earthquakes produce low-pitch sound... ...ng it at an oblique, 45 degree, angle. The process of severing the head - the blade falling, cutting through the tissues and severing the head - too... ...ts average about 4 meters • The guillotine blade drop is about 2.3 meters • The falling blades rate of speed is about 7 meters/second • The ac... ...tan Under British rule, Pakistan was part of India. At the request of the Muslim League, the British decided, in 1947, to split it from India. Pa... ...solarsys/revolution.html http://pds.jpl.nasa.gov/planets/welcome.htm http://seds.lpl.arizona.edu/nineplanets/nineplanets/nineplanets.html Polygamy ... ... Alcohol consumption per head dropped to 8 liters (2 gallons). The Anti-Saloon League spearheaded another successful drive to prohibit the manu...

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The World Factbook: 1987

By: Central Intelligence Agency

...00 (est); Communist Party illegal (banned 1962) Member of: AfDB, AIOEC, Arab League, ASSIMER, FAO, G-77, GATT (de facto), IAEA, IBRD, ICAO, IDA, IDE I... ...ry; Austrian Trade Union Federation (prima- rily Socialist); three composite leagues of the Austrian People's Party (OVP) repre- senting business, lab... ...ple's Party (OVP) repre- senting business, labor, and farmers; OVP- oriented League of Austrian Industrialists; Roman Catholic Church, including its c... ...lture: large-scale subsistence farm- ing, heavily dependent on monsoon rain- fall; main crops are jute, tea, and rice; grain, cotton, and oilseed shor... ...humid in winter, hot and rainy from spring through summer, warm and sunny in fall Terrain: hilly to mountainous with steep slopes; lowlands in north L... ... leader should try to form a ruling coalition following an elec- tion or the fall of a previous government; executive power vested in Cabinet; uni- ca... ...01,230 km 2 ; land area: 294,020 km 2 Comparative area: slightly larger than Arizona Land boundaries: 1,702 km total Coastline: 4,996 km Maritime clai... ...: 504,750 km 2 ; land area: 499,400 km 2 Comparative area: about the size of Arizona and Utah combined Land boundaries: 1,899 km total Coastline: 4,96...

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Christ's Journal

By: Paul Alexander Bartlett

...ged him. Glancing about furtively, he stood, tottered. I thought he would fall but he kept his eyes on mine and I urged him to walk. “Master...maste... ...n our lamps and candles and share late communion, get up early, walk many leagues and extol his faith. We will tell it on the hills and in the towns... ...ROM THE PAST 34 I saw men dragging a woman, kicking her, letting her fall. She had been caught in adultery. When she was brought to me I suspec... ...d about Solomon’s city to an impressive ruin, a series of roofless rooms, fallen columns, weeds growing through marble floors, lizards on walls. Bir... ...in Moberly, Missouri, and educated at Oberlin College, the University of Arizona, the Academia de San Carlos in Mexico City, and the Instituto de B...

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Aesthetics

By: Florentin Smaradanche

...iterary sphere, when he had succeeded in settling in the city of Phoenix, Arizona. He has triggered off a real campaign of in-forming with his poetr... ...on blossom like a cactus in the desert. FLORENTIN SMARANDACHE, Phoenix, Arizona, USA In an epistolary formula, the founder of the movement comes ... ...rces”, a “limitation of the literary productivity on behalf of the one who falls in mannerism”. But the normal course would be, in fact, roughly this... ...at “the paradigm of negation becomes a literary object, because everything falls back into literature. It is an inevitable paradox”. One of those t... ...astonished Europe, has been followed by the movement “Olteano- Valcean of Arizona”, that the author actually negates, opposing it the veto not and ne... ...in which the avant-garde has bemired itself. To the catabasic world, seen falling, an altered language corresponds -delirium or the Heideggerian rup... ...st phenomenon, Teresinka Pereira, from Brazil, - but also of the Cultural League “Oltenia” in Craiova. He is co-opted as a member by many artistic as...

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And Gulliver Returns Book IV : A Look at Our Human Values

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...zed abortion. But I believe that if you don't stand for something, you‘ll fall for anything.‖ -- ―Yes Father Ray, but Spain was merely follo... ...it is 25 certainly not universally abhorred. For many years after the fall of the USSR there were people who were worse off and who longed for t... ...ld, however, eat plants that were no longer living, such as fruit that had fallen from a tree or plants that had been partially eaten then discarded.... ...ians who have abused their office for financial gain, some of these major league crooks are re-drawing their maps and taking the higher road. If ther... ...‘s share—and you don‘t even have a welfare state—at least not in the same league with Denmark. But then Denmark didn‘t go to war against some Muslims... ...5% in West Virginia to 45% in California, with 39% in New York and 35% in Arizona. When we look at the total percentage of births to each native-bor... ...t benefits to live, this increases the costs to the government. ―Arizona, has long been one of the major entry states for illegal Central Am... ... illegals returning to Mexico or moving to others states. The results for Arizona include lower class size in schools because the children of the il... ... ―The inquisitional Christians, the Ku Klux Klansmen, the Jewish Defense League and the Jewish terrorists in the pre-Israel Palestine, the Hindu Th...

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And Gulliver Returns Book VI : Our Psychological Motivations

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

... when the individual selfishness of greed pulls down the necessary bulwarks of the culture--family, religion, and a dynamic purpose. Then they fall a... ...ing? There seems to be a great confusion in our society regarding true definition of love. We ‗make love‘ when we have sexual intercourse. We ‗fall i... ...als. For example, the eleven year old who wants to attend an "X" rated movie should probably be strongly dissuaded. Or the 10-year-old Little League... ...utes ago. Jesus may be said to have been such a person; Albert Schweitzer in his ministry in Africa might be another; some missionaries might fall i... ...or that person. A father might devote many hours with his son coaching him in athletics. He coaches the boy in Pop Warner football and Little League... ...ion, the violence, and all. I must spend at least twenty hours a week just dreaming about what it would be like to live in western Canada, the Arizon... ...er they be white, as with the Ku Klux Klan, Nazis, or Skinheads; black, as some in the Nation of Islam; or Jewish, as with the Jewish Defense League...

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Voices from the Past

By: Paul Alexander Bartlett

...irls. SAPPHO’S JOURNAL 33 P All day in the fragrant lemon forest, fallen fruit underneath the trees...all day alone. I have hated loneliness... ......A journal is for solace, for strength. I write in my library, the rain falling, Kleis in her room, asleep. How sad when youth is tricked! One spe... ...ng out of the sea, blinding me. And then my father screamed and I saw him fall. I tried to reach him. I splashed. I ran. I fell. I shouted. We were ... ...n our lamps and candles and share late communion, get up early, walk many leagues and extol his faith. We will tell it on the hills and in the towns... ...in Moberly, Missouri, and educated at Oberlin College, the University of Arizona, the Academia de San Carlos in Mexico City, and the Instituto de B...

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Yellow on the Outside, Shame on the inside : Asian Culture Revealed

By: Chi, Anson

...s that it's the school to settle for if you can't make it to any of the Ivy League schools. And you're always reminded of how you didn't make it, es... ...enue. I guess they're telling us that UCI is just as good as any of the Ivy League schools. Somehow, I don't think street names and apartment courts... ...lower exterior. It's a good thing that she didn't make it to any of the Ivy League schools, or else I wouldn't have the absolute pleasure of staring... ...” top say for example, the king it's still not the top. How many kings have fallen throughout — — the history of human civilization? Last I checked,... ...old feather duster reminds me of severe spankings: feathers flying off then falling very slowly, simultaneously with the tears from my eyes, every ti... ...s that I can't remember if there ever was a time before this. 5 I start to fall asleep at the wheel since the drive up is taking its toll on me, so ... ...udent loans. Medical students like me owe on an average over twice as much. Arizona State University, for example, has a total student enrollment of ...

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Fuzzy and Neutrosophic Analysis of Periyar's Views on Untouchability

By: W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy and Florentin Smarandache

...ings of Periyar from Tamil by Meena Kandasamy HEXIS Phoenix, Arizona 2005 2 This book can be ordered in a paper bound reprint fr... ..., Periyar met Dr. B. R. Ambedkar in Mumbai. Both of them also met the Muslim League leader M. A. Jinnah on 8 January 1940. Periyar spoke of his com... ... the welfare of the nation; in search of the Government’s grace, they go and fall into another religion and sprout as our enemies. The selfish do n... ...vernment need not talk about Andhras, Tamils or Kannadigas because everything falls within these 3 categories. Also problems would be settled if th... ...athapuram King's death, the Presidency of the Ramathapuram District Board has fallen vacant today. We suggest to the Government that in the present ... ... between Hindus and Muslims, the differences between the Congress and Muslim league, the Untouchables seeking separate electorates are all due to r... ...They have an organization to eradicate untouchability called the “Untouchable League.” They have also given lots of funds. They appointed a committe... ...001). 32. Mahar J. Michael, The Untouchables in Contemporary India, Tucson, Arizona, (1972). 33. Managala Murugesan, N.K., Self Respect Movement ...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

...discovered to be actually true, the world of Science swallowed his completely fallacious explanation for it hook, line, and sinker. But then the tr... ...h of Splitness Chapter One: The Universe 53 fundamental misconception and fallacy of Science. It just seems like that because one half of Infin... ...e Universal Constants which are measured finitely. This is a huge scientific fallacy. There are no Absolute Constants in our Universe, and they ar... ...ey would have to kiss their high-paying careers goodbye. The national hockey league jealously guarded its reputation as the world’s best hockey leag... ... Desert. The Namib Desert, the Sahara Desert, the Desert of Saudi Arabia, the Arizona desert, The Desert of Los Angeles, the desert of New Mexico, t... ...obber barons and Junkers did not belong to the corrupt English-Jewish-American league of international banking criminals. They threatened to take ov... ...rstar baseball and hockey players receive fame and huge salaries: but the farm leagues and the thousands of athletes who are trained and groomed just...

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The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

By: Conan Doyle

... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 The Red headed League . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 A Case of I... ...and dropped to the ground, with the blood running freely down his face. At his fall the guardsmen took to their heels in one direction and the lounger... ...tograph, it is always under the honourable title of the woman. The Red headed League 21 The Red headed League 2 I HAD called upon my friend, Mr. Sher... ...of the most singular which I have listened to for some time. 2 “The Red headed League”The Strand August 1891 pp. 190 204 22 The Adventures of Sherloc... ...was the ground, that I could plainly see the traces which had been left by the fall of the stricken man. To Holmes, as I could see by his eager face a... ...s, but the laugh was struck from my lips at the sight of his face. His lip had fallen, his eyes were protruding, his skin the colour of putty, and he ... ...t I heard of Frank was that he was in Montana, and then he went prospecting in Arizona, and then I heard of him from New Mexico. After that came a lon...

...Table of Contents: A Scandal in Bohemia, 1 -- I, 1 -- II, 9 -- III, 18 -- The Red-headed League, 21 -- A Case of Identity, 41 -- The Boscombe Valley Mystery, 56 -- The Five Orange Pips, 77 -- The Man with the Twisted Lip, 93 -- The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle, 113 -- The Adventure of the Speckled Band, 131 --...

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The Octopus a Story of California

By: Frank Norris

...d the days when Los Muertos was a Spanish grant, a veritable principality, leagues in extent, and when there was never a fence from Visalia to Fresno.... ...that I can’t remember. I went the Long Trail this time; a long, long ways. Arizona, The Mexicos, and, then, afterwards, Utah and Nevada, following the... ...ards, Utah and Nevada, following the horizon, trav- elling at hazard. Into Arizona first, going in by Monu- ment Pass, and then on to the south, throu... ...ouched by civilisation, spontaneous as the growth of trees, natural as dew-fall, strong as the firm-seated mountains. At the time of his meeting with ... ...in the desert! A veritable Saint Jerome. Did a lion feed him down there in Arizona, or was it a raven, like Elijah? The good God had not fat- tened hi... ...a general relaxation of activity for upwards of a month. Now, however, the fall was coming on, the dry season was about at its end; any time after the... ...ering shower of mud, Delaney urging her on, his head bent down against the falling rain. “Huh,” grunted Annixter with grim satisfaction, a cer- tain s... ...ow. Here’s the crisis, here’s the moment. Shall we meet it? I call for the league. Not next week, not to-morrow, not in the morning, but now, now, now... ...of our rights and homes. Are you ready? Is it now or never? I call for the League.” Instantly there was a shout. With an actor’s instinct, Osterman ha...

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Mcteague : A Story of San Francisco

By: Frank Norris

... and told him what was the matter, looking squarely into his face. She had fallen out of a swing the afternoon of the preceding day; one of her teeth ... ...pset- ting him, knocking him over at inopportune moments. Every one of his falls was accentuated by a bang upon the bass drum. The whole humor of the ... ...r put out her hand shyly. Old Grannis touched it for an instant and let it fall. “Now you know each other,” cried Marcus, “and it’s about time.” For t... ...one for” a livery-stable keeper at Truckee and was trying to get down into Arizona. McTeague heard two brakemen discussing him one night as they stood... ...ng, heard nothing. The emptiness of primeval desolation stretched from him leagues and leagues upon either hand. The gigantic si- lence of the night l... ...ound Gold Mountain in the Armagosa hills, barred off from the world by the leagues of the red- hot alkali of Death Valley. “They” would hardly reach h... ...T eague drew breath again, and his eyes once more be- held the illimitable leagues of quivering sand and alkali. “Good Lord! What a country!” he excla...

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The Writings of Abraham Lincoln in Seven Volumes Volume 7 of 7

By: Abraham Lincoln

...ressed. The mineral resources of Colorado, Nevada, Idaho, New Mexico, and Arizona are proving far richer than has been heretofore understood. I lay ... ...recated the policy on the ground that it would cost the administration the fall elections. Nothing, however, was offered that I had not already fully ... ...well intended, but from what I hear I fear that, if persisted in, it would fall dead within its own entangling details. Go there and be the judge. A ... ... appear to say but a word. This extraordinary war in which we are engaged falls heavily upon all classes of people but the most heavily upon the sold... ...raham Lincoln: V ol Seven REPL Y TO A DELEGATION FROM THE NA- TIONAL UNION LEAGUE, JUNE 9, 1864. GENTLEMEN—I can only say in response to the remarks o... ...hich has been accorded to me, both by the conven- tion and by the National League. I am not insensible at all to the personal compliment there is in ... ... which I may lay hold of as being the opinion of the convention and of the League, that I am not entirely unworthy to be intrusted with the place I ha...

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Blix

By: Frank Norris

...m and crisp as a crack yacht: not a pin was loose, not a seam that did not fall in its precise right line; and with every movement there ema- nated fr... ...hy, it’s past four now—and I’d forgotten every last thing.” Then suddenlly falling calm again, and quietly resuming his seat: “I don’t see as it makes... ...was just light enough to see. She was leaning back in her chair, her hands fallen into her lap, her head back and a little to one side. As usual, she ... ...es into the thirty-eight and forty-four man-killers of the plains- men and Arizona cavalry; hunting knives and dirks, and the slender steel whips of t... ...ub- marine Romance,” but Blix had disapproved. “It’s too ‘T wenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea,’” she had said. “Y ou want something much more digni...

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Notes on Life and Letters

By: Joseph Conrad

...isanthropy but for other reasons that cannot be helped: because the leaves fall, the water flows, the clock ticks with that horrid pitiless solem- nit... ...e of civic oratory this declaration is strikingly effective. Calculated to fall in with the bent of the popular mind, so familiar with all forms of fo... ...ngless—in the sense of its logic being of a material order, the logic of a falling stone. I do not know into what brand of ink Mr. Henry James dips hi... ...sts compulsory vaccination. Mr. Bourne, who is not a theologian, wishes to league together not science and religion, but science and the arts. “The in... ...for the salvation of general ideas. They died neither for de- mocracy, nor leagues, nor systems, nor yet for ab- stract justice, which is an unfathoma... ...been? Well, I doubt it. I am well aware that in the eighties the steamship Arizona, one of the “greyhounds of the ocean” in the jargon of 187 Joseph ... ...e iceberg, and managed to get into port on her collision bulkhead. But the Arizona was not, if I re- member rightly, 5,000 tons register, let alone 45... ...t this is a wide question. What I wanted to point out here is—that the old Arizona, the marvel of her day, was proportionately stron- ger, handier, be...

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The 9/11 Commission Report Final Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States

By: Thomas H. Kean

...r,when they merged their organizations. 29 Bin Ladin Moves to Sudan By the fall of 1989, Bin Ladin had sufficient stature among Islamic extremists tha... ...ATION OF THE NEW TERRORISM 57 Final1-4.4pp 7/17/04 9:12 AM Page 57 son,Arizona, in the late 1980s, went as far afield as China, Malaysia, the Phil... ...es and trainers traveled to Iran to receive training in explosives. In the fall of 1993, another such delegation went to the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon f... ...r the Central Intelligence Agency). One con- sequence is that the rise and fall of intelligence budgets are tied directly to trends in defense spendin... ...d actually thought the operation too complicated for the CIA—“out of their league”—and an effort to get results “on the cheap. ” But a senior Joint St... ...achi and then to Afghanistan to renew contacts with Bin Ladin and his col- leagues.Though KSM may not have been a member of al Qaeda at this time, he ... ...est of his time in California, until mid-December; he would then leave for Arizona with a newly arrived 9/11 hijacker-pilot, Hani Hanjour. 28 While in... ...ol there; about two weeks later, he said he was attending flight school in Arizona. Some evidence, which we will dis- cuss later, indicates that Hazmi... ...” was aware of how dangerous Khallad was—at one point calling him a “major league killer.” He concluded that “something bad was definitely up.” Despit...

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The Days Work

By: Rudyard Kipling

...redit comes to me out of the business!” Indeed; the burden of the work had fallen altogether on Findlayson and his assistant, the young man whom he ha... ...at shoutings, and Hitchcock’s right arm was broken 8 Rudyard Kipling by a falling T-plate, and he buttoned it up in his coat and swooned, and came to... ...rang, to lash, and guy, and hold to control the donkey-engines, to hoist a fallen locomotive craftily out of the borrow-pit into which it had tumbled;... ...tic, for instance, ducked from her bows to her funnel; and I’ve helped the Arizona, I think she was, to back off an iceberg she met with one dark nigh... ...rtment now speeding Plymouthward. Yet I was, in spirit at least, a million leagues removed from that unhappy man of another nationality, who had chose... ...ded with gardens, all moist and dripping; and in one room, reached through leagues of whitewashed passages, a Sick Thing lay in bed. Now the least noi...

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