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Eric Broug, a specialist of Islamic geometric design from the Netherlands, said the soul of a city "is not one thing or the other", adding it "means different things to different people", varying even within an individual at different points in his or her life.
Broug has attempted to convey this aspect to the reader through clear analytical diagrams that accompany full-page illustrations of architectural monuments and close-up details of exquisite patterns and complex designs.
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Broug's survey (2008) found that many Nigerian universities and their libraries were under-resourced, and did not have the equipment, the network, the bandwidth, or the budget allocation for electronic resources.
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This logically led to a previously unknown frequency of meetings and consultations with people from around the world, and broug ht criticism that too much money was spent not on mission but on meetings.
By being a spirit which could be broug ht to earth, Leonarde's visitation was successful: she became a bride of Christ, Huguette was not prosecuted, and gender values and perceptions were reinforced.
Anniversaries: 1822: Birth of Thomas Hughes, author of Tom Brown's Schooldays and The Sunday Times first published; 1922: Fascist leader Benito Mussolini seized power in Italy; 1935: In China, Mao Tse Tung's 'Long March' ended; 1960: Penguin Books broug ht to the dock at the Old Bailey under the Obscene Publications Act for publishing D H Lawrence's Lady Chatterley's Lover but later found not guilty; 1968: Jackie Kennedy married Aristotle Onassis; 1973: The Sidney Opera House opened by the Queen.
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