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Why did democracy develop in Britain after 1850? IntroductionWhy did democracy develop in Britain after 1850? Introduction
Background factors also include enlightened political leadership as well as naked political self-interest linked to party self-interest and survival
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Executive summaryExecutive summary
For further information contact Alex Molnar, Center for Urban Initiatives and Research, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, P. O. Box 413, Milwaukee, wi 53201, (414)229-5916
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Considering Slavery Past and PresentConsidering Slavery Past and Present
As a consequence enslaved Africans were routinely tortured (e g whipped, branded, beaten, chained, etc.); separated from other family members; and even deprived of their own names
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Sb chapter 10Sb chapter 10
Identify and explain the roles of the president
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Metaphors in American Presidents’ Inaugural Addresses: An Empirical StudyMetaphors in American Presidents’ Inaugural Addresses: An Empirical Study
With out their help, I cannot complete my thesis step by step. Last but not least, my thanks go to all of my friends for their forgiveness of my dysphoria and for their support when I was struggling in the middle of writing the thesis
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Alexander hamilton manuscriptsAlexander hamilton manuscripts
The following Manuscript Digest contains abstracts of the Alexander Hamilton letters contained in the Lloyd W. Smith Collection of Morristown National Historical Park
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Hong kong human rights monitor report on 1998 Legislative Council ElectionsHong kong human rights monitor report on 1998 Legislative Council Elections
The role of the Electoral Affairs Commission and the exclusion of international observers from polling stations
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101 Word Problems/Solutions Problem #1: Antifreeze101 Word Problems/Solutions Problem #1: Antifreeze
A quart bottle contains a mixture that is 1/3 antifreeze, 2/3 water. A half gallon bottle contains a mixture that is 3/4 antifreeze, 1/4 water. The contents of the two bottles are poured into a gallon jug
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Extract from: Education in a Changing Environment 13Extract from: Education in a Changing Environment 13
The final section sets out the methodological framework of a proposed investigation of the motivations, expectations and experiences of students, in their own terms, that aims to address some of the issues raised
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Cultural Diversity in the United States – 3 creditsCultural Diversity in the United States – 3 credits
Courses in this category focus on the culturally complex social fabric of the United States to help students enhance their abilities to interact with the diverse groups that make up our nation
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A program for Automatically Selecting the Best Output from Multiple Machine Translation Engines Chris Callison-Burch, Raymond S. FlournoyA program for Automatically Selecting the Best Output from Multiple Machine Translation Engines Chris Callison-Burch, Raymond S. Flournoy
A program for Automatically Selecting the Best Output from Multiple Machine Translation Engines
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Additional file 1: supplementary material Study of gene name ambiguity for mining medlineAdditional file 1: supplementary material Study of gene name ambiguity for mining medline
To demonstrate the extent of the ambiguity problem in medline we searched medline abstracts to determine how many abstracts contained gene symbols that were ambiguous with general English words or biomedical terms
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Is phonological short-term memory related to phonological analysis stages in auditory sentence processing?Is phonological short-term memory related to phonological analysis stages in auditory sentence processing?
However, phonological stm capacity did not correlate with measures of later semantic integration processes while lexico-semantic stm did. This study suggests that phonological stm is associated with phonological analysis processes during
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Automatic Refinement of Linguistic Rules for Tagging Guido Boella and Leonardo LesmoAutomatic Refinement of Linguistic Rules for Tagging Guido Boella and Leonardo Lesmo
Italian language. The results show that the refined set reduces the tagging error of about 17%. The noticeable feature of the approach is that the original set of rules is not modified, so that they retain their linguistic value
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Our first step toward addressing the big questions in this course will be to determine who has been a part of the \"community.\" That is, who is here, when did they come, from whereOur first step toward addressing the big questions in this course will be to determine who has been a part of the "community." That is, who is here, when did they come, from where
German immigrants were especially numerous in the 1850s and 1880s and several cities had large German neighborhoods. Cities like Boston and New York were characterized as well by large Irish populations
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