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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

...flect calls for even stronger regulation. In 1983,Attorney General William French Smith revised the Levi guidelines to encourage closer investigation ... ...ed pipeline profits might lure faction leaders to a conference table. U.S. diplomats did not favor the Tal- iban over the rival factions. Despite grow... ...avor the Tal- iban over the rival factions. Despite growing concerns, U.S. diplomats were willing at the time, as one official said, to “give the Tali... ... more proposed operations for al Qaeda.The October 6, 2002, bombing of the French tanker Limburg in the Gulf of Aden also was Nashiri’s handiwork.Alth... ...se, this involved flying from France to Montreal using a photo-substituted French passport under a false name. Under questioning, Ressam admit- ted th... ...uments. Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage told us that while U.S. diplomats were becoming more active on Afghanistan through the spring and s... ...urther training that he could use to carry out a potential attack. 92 As a French national who had overstayed his visa, Moussaoui could be detained im... ...t the case. 96 The FBI legal attaché’s office in Paris first contacted the French government on August 16 or 17, shortly after speaking to the Minneap...

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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

...h Scandinavian tongues mingle with those of their Viking cousins, but the French language may exert even greater impact on the evolution of English.... ... such as the Sumerians, Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans, on to those of the French, Germans, English, and eventually worldwide public-ations. The d... ...lers to and from the Orient included not just merchants but also artists, diplomats, doctors, scholars, scientists, and priests from all religions, ... ... together and became Britain’s dominant language. Then the Normans added French to that mix. Invaders from the North We now step back in time an... ...already mingled with those of their Viking cousins on the island. The French language of King William‘s Norman courtiers may have had even greate... ...as the epitome of a medieval English king, but the Lionhearted spoke only French and spent more time in southwestern France or on crusade than in En...

...eded for modern science to emerge in the West. -- 12. Invaders from the North Scandinavian tongues mingle with those of their Viking cousins, but the French language may exert even greater impact on the evolution of English. The Treasure of Our Tongue nourishes the rise of democracies. -- 13. He Unchained Books-The German goldsmith’s invention frees access to library books...

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