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  • Thaw is the true nobility, and in respect of that nobility we have a fine example in the country to which we are all attached.

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  • The Thaw is a film that creeps under your skin and squirms there, tickling your mind with its social conscious stance as well as its gruesome set pieces.

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  • The Thaw is a realistic horror film that seems especially relevant in these turbulent times.

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  • "Thaw," a Rauschenberg combine-painting that Mr. Scull had bought for $900, sold at the auction for $85,000.

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  • Of all the Eastern Bloc countries, Poland maintained the most consistent and broad-based resistance to Soviet control-from the hard-line Stalinist years (1945-53), through the so-called "Thaw" after 1956, to the rise of the "Solidarity" movement (1980-89).

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  • Realistic performances and stunning camera work, and amazing that it came from the Soviet era, albeit during the immediate post-Stalin "Thaw".

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  • Of all the Eastern Bloc countries, Poland maintained the most consistent and broad-based resistance to Soviet control-from the hard-line Stalinist years (1945-53), through the so-called "Thaw" after 1956, to the rise of the "Solidarity" movement (1980-89).

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  • Of all the Eastern Bloc countries, Poland maintained the most consistent and broad-based resistance to Soviet control-from the hard-line Stalinist years (1945-53), through the so-called "Thaw" after 1956, to the rise of the "Solidarity" movement (1980-89).

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  • However, it doesn't push any particular Soviet ideology, having been composed during the "Thaw" period following the death of Stalin.

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  • There is probably no procedure which would be held constitutional whereby a compulsory examination of the accused could be had upon the mere application of the prosecuting authorities; but as a commission may generally be appointed at any time after an accused has been indicted if he "appears" to the court to be "insane," and as it is usually within the power of the District Attorney where such is the case to bring sufficient evidence of it to the attention of the court before the prisoner is brought to trial, little time is actually lost and justice is rarely defeated except in those cases (such as Thaw's) where an attempt is to be made to prove the accused insane at the time of the alleged crime although sane at the time of trial.

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