The answer lies in the fact that the most successful branch of the BUF
in Scotland was based in Dalbeattie, the cradle of "the new faith" with the largest branch office, from which meetings were organised in south west Scotland.
Despite its rapid growth, the BUF
lost momentum by 1937.
Percent NAR remained similar (P>0.05) in SKIM, COW, BUF
and HOM extenders at 24 h of storage.
In 2012, Buf
established post houses in Montreal and Brussels to access local tax shelters.
HPLC analysis of the organic fraction (BuF
) after partition of AE in n-butanol revealed similar composition in a five-fold more concentrated fraction.
Claudia Baldoli's book focuses on two main areas: the activities of the Fasci Abroad in London and Great Britain during Dino Grandi's term as Italy's ambassador to London from 1932 to 1939, and Grandi's relationship with the British Union of Fascists (BUF
) and the British Right.
Thomas Linehan questions the interpretation of Gable Street as "a major victory for the anti-fascist forces." As Richard Thurlow also notes, immediately after their physical defeat, the British Union of Fascists (BUF
), attracted large crowds and increased membership.
So, too, his British Union of Fascists (BUF
) should not be demonised in order to distance them from `people like us'.
The input to common is a sequence of zero or more words, which suggests the following structure for the main program: /* initialize k */ /* initialize word table */ while (getword(buf
, MAXFORD) !=EOF) addword (buf
); printwords (k); where but is a character array of MAXFORD characters, and getword places the next word in the input in buf
and returns its length, or EOF at the end of file.
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In the 1930s and 1940s we also had an internal threat: from the BUF
- British Union of Fascists, which organisation included Sir Oswold Mosley with very wealthy backers such as Ford Rothermere and the "Daily Mail" - which supported the Fascists and Franco in the Civil War in Spain 1936 - 1939.