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Chapter 33: The Development of Modernist Art The Early 20th CenturyChapter 33: The Development of Modernist Art The Early 20th Century
World War I, the Great Depression, the rise of totalitarianism, and World War II exacerbated this schizophrenic attitude. The arts reflected this same mind set in the lofty utopian vision of the Bauhaus and De Stijl, on one hand
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Electro-Voice and dynacord in the new Rudolf-Harbig Stadium in DresdenElectro-Voice and dynacord in the new Rudolf-Harbig Stadium in Dresden
Capable of accommodating up to 32,000 spectators, the new Rudolf-Harbig Stadium in Dresden meets the highest international standards – both as a sports arena and as a pro audio installation
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Kansas Board Approves Challenges to EvolutionKansas Board Approves Challenges to Evolution
Topeka, Kan., Nov. 8 The fiercely split Kansas Board of Education voted 6 to 4 on Tuesday to adopt new science standards that are the most far-reaching in the nation in challenging Darwin's theory of evolution in the classroom
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Before the public service commissionBefore the public service commission
Proposed adoption of new Rule 25 0343, F. A. C., Standards of Construction Municipal Electric Utilities and Rural Electric Cooperatives
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Document lists for 11th grade: document list for side aDocument lists for 11th grade: document list for side a
Document H: Martin Pengelly, “The Maine Lesson of Gettysburg: Real History is Never So Romantic as Reel,” The Guardian, 2013
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