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on Al Qathafi's hometown of Sirte, his last major bastion of support.
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on training and supporting the ISF.
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upon the Panth or Sikh community as the eternal Guru, a theological doctrine not politically appropriate in a monarchical state) by noting the supreme sacrifice of the one Guru who had been, according to tradition, the principal author and compiler of the Guru Granth Sahib.
In at-risk communities, classroom activities should center around a "play theme concept" because pre-school children are usually not mature enough to foucs
on structured cognitive tasks for long periods of time.
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of empirical studies.(20) From these findings, however, several policy and marketing implications emerge.
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on successive plates up and down the stack, one sees the spray of particles coming at one's face like spears in a 3-D movie--as Heckman puts it, "right into your eyeball.'
The State Department contends that its present foucs
on supercomputer access is part of a routine national-security review.