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Afghanistan having a median age below 20, has been able to stand against the mighty forces of Russia first, and then of the entire West-combined (ibid 20).
(58) See ibid. See also Brittany E Hayes, "Abusive Men's Indirect Control of their Partner During the Process of Separation" (2012) 27:4 J Family Violence 333.
(59) Ibid. [section] 24, 26-27, 36, 43, 89, 91, 102-103; EG [section] 8, 12, 20, 164, 187, 188.
(8) Ibid. Simon Gikandi, Slavery and the Culture of Taste.
GIRONA: 31TDG81, Blanes, 08-VII-1975, HGI-A 0925; Blanes, Santa Cristina, punta del Cano, 23-VII-1974, HGI-A 0926; Ibid., 08VII-1975, HGI-A 0927.
(82) Ibid [1187]-[1196], [1325]-[1333] and [2104]-[2105].
Prasannan Parthasarathi, "The State of Indian Social History," ibid., pp.
(35) Ibid. She was no doubt referring to the most recent incident surrounding the selection of Roy Wilkins as acting executive secretary, which was released to the press days before the Board meeting when such selection was scheduled to be made.
Said intimates the danger of this esoteric process, "[O]nce you resort to such a level, anything becomes permissible by way of interpretation" (Ibid.).
(21.) Hoogewerff, 173-183; Summers, 1972, 279; Ibid. 1981, 74-87;Jones and Penny, 2829; Popham and Wilde, 309, no.
(38.) Ibid. at 544 (taking note that acts of charity are essential parts of religious worship and central tenets of all major religions).