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Chapter: 9 crueltyChapter: 9 cruelty
The ways in which our archetypal potentials for cruelty and sadism are activated are complex but they are inflamed by the approval and excitement of those around them who endorse them
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From Fornicators to Family: Cohabitants and the Law, 1600-2010’ Inaugural lecture, 9 February 2011From Fornicators to Family: Cohabitants and the Law, 1600-2010’ Inaugural lecture, 9 February 2011
They had however gone away on holiday together – although my mother, when telling me this, was at pains to stress that they had had separate rooms. My father unfortunately rather undermined the intended moral instruction by adding ‘yes – but we didn’t stay
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Module two: urban and regional politics in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuriesModule two: urban and regional politics in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries
Years that ended round about the Second World War. A politics of the urban and of the regional would have been less unfamiliar, however. Certainly people thought about there being an urban question
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Project title: How does globalisation development affect on the role of the Finnish state as a promoter of the interest of Finnish companies in international trade? Project seminarProject title: How does globalisation development affect on the role of the Finnish state as a promoter of the interest of Finnish companies in international trade? Project seminar
How does globalisation development affect on the role of the Finnish state as a promoter of the interest of Finnish companies in international trade?
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Jean Eames introductionJean Eames introduction
The original document included a number of graphical charts but these have not been reproduced. Most of the information they illustrate is contained in the following text. The document is reproduced with the kind permission of Dr g m eames
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Pangaea the Dalhousie Undergraduate History Journal EditorPangaea the Dalhousie Undergraduate History Journal Editor
H. J. Parker is a fourth-year Honours History and Classics student. Her paper “Divorce in the Medieval Celtic Realms” was originally submitted for Cynthia Neville’s 2005 seminar on Crime and Society in Post-Conquest England
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Industrial and modern period resource assessmentIndustrial and modern period resource assessment
North West Region Archaeological Research Framework Industrial and Modern Resource Assessment Draft November 2004
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The Future of War By Andrew Kostanecki IntroductionThe Future of War By Andrew Kostanecki Introduction
In 1898 my Great Grandfather, Jan de Bloch, who every visitor to the Bloch Foundation website knows, wrote his famous six-volume work on the future of war and became the inspiration for the First Peace Conference at the Hague and a nominee for the First Nobel
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