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  • They do NOT revert to wolf but to pariah or in the north 'laika' types with more coat-- quite naturally.

    Dog Origins

  • Mazower (1993: 227) notes the case of the island of Evvoia, where the exclusion of women from public affairs was so entrenched that they rarely, if ever, appeared in the people's courts (laika dikastiria).

    Arms and the Woman: Just Warriors and Greek Feminist Identity

  • Animation coraline film henry selick laika stop motion

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  • And from Vladimir Beregovoy, scientist and laika breeder: Their actual goal is not animals.

    Dog Stuff

  • In fact, after perusing it a bit, I think I see a little of what laika was upset about back in the Easter discussion now ...

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  • Some atheists even present it as a badge and believe it gives them a moral advantage of some sort. laika wrote: well, according to most every religion, sacrifices must be made.

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  • Tirgvedības pētījumu uzskata par ticamu, ja tas uzrāda šodien tādus pašus rezultātus kā analogs pētījums pēc noteikta laika perioda Objektīvs pētījums nedrīkst būt atkarīgs no pētnieka personīgās attieksmes, jo pētījuma veicēja uztvere un attieksme var ietekmēt pētījuma rezultātus

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  • Can people with two different worldviews reach an agreement? laika wrote: like Beck's Mormonism and Wallis '"progressive" evangelical Christianity? that discussion sounds like a recipe for confusion. bigbenaugust wrote:

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  • Things like sexual immorality, thievery, murder, hatred, adultery, idolatry, blasphemy, are considered to be sins. but it could be argued that they had received a revelation in yet laika wrote: but it could be argued that they had received a revelation in yet another cultural context that would not apply to our situation two thousand years later.

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  • It's actually quite the opposite of us "earning" anything by our own merits, as I would understand legalism to mean. laika wrote: well, the formation of ideas of what was important based on the fact that early Christians were expecting Jesus to return during their lifetime shouldn't from our vantage point diminish the impact of God choosing to be born of woman and living among us ...

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