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  • "This is his torical," "For the first time, the world's largest retailer has engaged in dialogue with opponents," said Alderman

    Wal-Mart Wins Chicago Zoning Vote

  • Additional revenues initially equiva - lent to 13 percent of Federal income tax revenues (projected at their his - torical average share of GDP over the past four decades) and growing over time — would be necessary to fill this gap.

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  • Moreover, the his - torical record shows that the Sherman was hardly helpless against German armor.

    Steel Victory

  • "This is unlikely to work in the South African context given the fragmentation and deep-seated his torical divides along race lines, which continue to bedevil the education system," he said.

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  • But the piece itself, the artistry, its his-torical significance, is more than enough to double that amount.

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  • The archaic syntax made the man sound as stilted as a his - torical holoplay.

    The City Who Fought

  • In the second part of the article we shall be discussing the develop - ment of “interpretative iconography,” i.e., of art his - torical studies concerning problems of iconography, with a special stress on recent developments in that field.

    ICONOGRAPHY

  • Fran - cesco Algarotti (1762) prefers without any doubt his - torical representations to the “empty allegories and complicated mythological allusions” (Garas [1967], p. 280).

    ICONOGRAPHY

  • Both economic and political freedom had been developing through “his - torical forces” for over a century, notably in Britain, and Smith's book was essentially “propaganda” for more complete economic freedom (later called “laisser - faire,” now “laissez-faire”).

    ECONOMIC HISTORY

  • Since the Enlightenment the optimism concerning progress already founded in humanism has broken new ground and, coupled with awakening his - torical thought, leads to the idea that history strives toward its goal of salvation in constant or in undulating development.

    ESCHATOLOGY

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