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, a founder of the failed movement to bring Catholicism into sympathy with science, the modern social sciences and philosophy, called "Catholic modernism" which eventually precipitated the crisis in the Church under Pope Pius X in the years around 1907. Michael Morton ''Catholic Modernism (1896-1914)'' In 1876 he became a member of the ''École française'' in Rome; he eventually became its director. He was an amateur archaeologist (archaeology) and organized expeditions from Rome to Mount Athos, to Syria, and Asia Minor, from which he gained an interest in the early history of the Roman Catholic Church. thumb right 250px MAS-49 56 with APX(SOM) sight and grenade launcher (File:MAS 49 56.JPG) An improved version called the MAS-49 56 was introduced in 1957 and incorporated lessons learned from service in Algeria, Indochina, and the Suez Crisis. The rifle was shortened and lightened to improve mobility for mechanized and airborne troops, and a knife bayonet was added. The MAS 49 built-in grenade launcher was replaced by a combination rifle grenade launcher compensator for NATO-standard 22 mm rifle grenades (22 mm grenade). Attempts were made to replace the MAS-49, in the form of the MAS-54 and the FA-MAS Type 62, both 7.62x51mm NATO battle rifles but neither were successful. The MAS-49 56 ended production in 1978 and was replaced with the 5.56x45mm NATO caliber FAMAS bullpup assault rifle. The MAS 49 56 was withdrawn from service in 1990. Whereas only 20,600 MAS 49 were manufactured, the MAS 49 56 was mass produced, attaining a total of 275,240 rifles issued between 1957 and 1978. Lastly, MAS-49 rifles produced for Syria differed slightly from the French service model by having a spike bayonet identical to that of the MAS-36 bolt-action rifle. foundation Commons:Category:Syria WikiPedia:Syria Dmoz:Regional Middle East Syria
Science Foundation. Parsons' report in form of a large memorandum called ''Social Science: A Basic National Resource'' became available in July 1948 and remains a powerful historical statement about how Talcott Parsons saw the role of the modern Social Sciences. Talcott Parsons, "Social Science: A Basic National Resource. In Samuel Z. Klauser & Victor M. Lidz (eds.) ''The Nationalization of the Social Sciences.'' Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1986. ref>
of Norway . In Brazil and Portugal, foundling wheels (''roda dos expostos '', literally "wheel for exposed ones") were also used after Queen Mary I (Mary I of Portugal) proclaimed on May 24, 1783 that all towns should have a foundling hospital. One example was the wheel installed at the ''Santa Casa de Misericordia'' hospital in São Paulo on July 2, 1825. This was taken out of use on June 5, 1949, declared incompatible with the modern
social system after five years' debate. A Brazilian film on this subject, ''Roda Dos Expostos'', directed by Maria Emília de Azevedo, won an award for "Best Photography" at the ''Festival de Gramado'' in 2001. '''Freixo de Espada à Cinta''' ( ), sometimes erroneusly '''Freixo de Espada Cinta''' (an archaism), is a municipality (List of municipalities of Portugal) in northeastern border region of Portugal. Its population in 2001
Grand National Assembly . The Republican People's Party describes itself as "a modern social-democratic party, which is faithful to founding principles and values of the Republic of Turkey ". Seçim Bildirgesi (''Election Manifesto''), ''Cumhuriyet Halk Partisi'', page 4. Also the party is cited as "the founding party of modern Turkey".
after Queen Mary I (Mary I of Portugal) proclaimed on May 24, 1783 that all towns should have a foundling hospital. One example was the wheel installed at the ''Santa Casa de Misericordia'' hospital in São Paulo on July 2, 1825. This was taken out of use on June 5, 1949, declared incompatible with the modern social system after five years' debate. A Brazilian film on this subject, ''Roda Dos Expostos'', directed by Maria Emília de Azevedo, won an award for "Best Photography"
as the Soviet Union in 1922 and the People's Republic of China in 1949. Many labor unions and worker's parties worldwide were also influenced by Marxist ideas. Various theoretical variants, such as Leninism, Stalinism, Trotskyism and Maoism, were developed. Marx is typically cited, with Émile Durkheim and Max Weber, as one of the three principal architects of modern social science. Marx has been described as one
2 September 1935), was an English (England) composer and singer. After studying in Italy and France, he returned to England where he taught for several years at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and became a well known singer and composer of art songs. In the early 1880s he began to compose music for the stage, eventually achieving his greatest successes with opera in Monte Carlo from the late 1890s through the outbreak of World War I