The New York Times, April 20, 2003 The Day the Traffic Disappeared By randy kennedyThe New York Times, April 20, 2003 The Day the Traffic Disappeared By randy kennedy
Londoners to gather, if only through the medium of a television camera, for the kinds of serious, big-family sit-downs that go along with governing a sometimes dysfunctional city of more than seven million a city so decentralized, in fact
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That Broad and Beckoning Highway: The Santa Fe Trail and the Rush for Gold in California and ColoradoThat Broad and Beckoning Highway: The Santa Fe Trail and the Rush for Gold in California and Colorado
It portrays the trail as a living entity for those who trod it during these two epic eras in American history. For them it was a broad and beckoning highway
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Museums as ‘Flagships’ of Urban DevelopmentMuseums as ‘Flagships’ of Urban Development
Once it [the museum] was a place that had instruction and the propagation of a particular view of the world as its underpinning. Now it [the museum] has come to be seen as an urban landmark – a replacement for the missing agora
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Augustus William MageeAugustus William Magee
An U. S. Army lieutenant and filibuster who led an invasion of Spanish Texas in 1812
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Mayflower separatist pilgrimsMayflower separatist pilgrims
Stand fast therefore in the liberty wherewith Christ hath made us free, and be not entangled again with the yoke of bondage
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The United Kingdom of Great BritainThe United Kingdom of Great Britain
Parliament in London. England is noted for its "high-tech" and car industries. Scotland is a land of mountains, lakes and romantic castles. Wales is famous for its high mountains and pretty valleys, factories and coal mines
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Chapter 12 the age of religious warsChapter 12 the age of religious wars
After painful experiences, some rulers known as politiques subordinated theological doctrine to political-unity
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Court of civil appeals of texas, austinCourt of civil appeals of texas, austin
So also where the accretion is the result of a dereliction occasioned by the gradual recession of the water from the land, and the making of a new channel. Such accretion, etc., must be a process that is gradual and imperceptible
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Early neolithic culture in north chinaEarly neolithic culture in north china
Kaogu 1984, vol. 10, pp. 936-944. Translated by Elaine Wong, edited by Bryan Gordon
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North carolina general assembly 1967 sessionNorth carolina general assembly 1967 session
An act to amend chapter 87 of the session laws of 1961 relating to the charter of the town of chapel hill and to redefine the town limits and to provide for continuing zoning jurisdiction
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Crowds, Publics and Consumers: Representing English Theatre Audiences from the Globe to the op riotsCrowds, Publics and Consumers: Representing English Theatre Audiences from the Globe to the op riots
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William Shakespeare BiographyWilliam Shakespeare Biography
William Shakespeare, often called the English national poet, is widely considered the greatest dramatist of all time
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The History of the Globe TheaterThe History of the Globe Theater
Shakespearean Globe. The full history of the Elizabethan Theater with all its theaters, playhouses and inn-yards is available by clicking the Elizabethan Theatre link which provides comprehensive information about Elizabethan Inn-Yards
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From The Sunday Times January 14 2001From The Sunday Times January 14 2001
The sacked British agent Richard Tomlinson tells how his former masters at mi6 pursued him relentlessly in a vindictive game of cat and mouse across the globe
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