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and Vladimir Bonch-Bruevich, who provided financial and distribution support. The group published another 5 issues of ''Zhizn'' in London between April and August 1902. The last issue, "September-December 1902", was published in Geneva in December 1902 . This foreign-published version of ''Zhizn'' was increasingly opposed to the more radical version of Marxism espoused by Georgy Plekhanov, Lenin and other supporters of the rival social democratic newspapers

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. Not only was the ''Tribune'' the first newspaper to publish the transcripts, but it beat the Government Printing Office's own published version, and made headlines doing so. In April 2002 the United States pressed for and won his replacement by Rajendra Pachauri as IPCC chair. According to ''New Scientist'', "The oil industry seems to be behind the move." The industry campaign to oust Watson had begun days after George W. Bush's inauguration in January 2001


studied at the Institute of European Studies in Vienna in 1963 and ''Bears'' was written between 1965 and 1967 based largely on Irving’s understanding of the city and its rebellious youth of the sixties (1960s). The original manuscript for the book was submitted as his Masters thesis (Masters degree) at the University of Iowa’s Writer’s Workshop in 1967, and was later expanded and revised to its published version. '''Moyshe-Leyb Halpern''' (January 2


as the Home Nations.) However there are occasions where a single sports team represents the United Kingdom, including at the Olympics where the UK is represented by the Great Britain team (Great Britain at the Olympics). London was the site of the 1908 (1908 Summer Olympics) and 1948 (1948 Summer Olympics) Olympic Games, and in 2012 (2012 Summer Olympics) will become the first city to play host for a third time. thumb A published version of the Articles of Union, agreement that led to the creation of the Kingdom of Great Britain (File:Articles of Union.jpg) in 1707 The '''history of the United Kingdom''' as a unified sovereign state began with the political union of the kingdoms of England (Kingdom of England), which included Wales, and Scotland (Kingdom of Scotland). On the new kingdom, the historian Simon Schama said, "What began as a hostile merger would end in a full partnership in the most powerful going concern in the world... it was one of the most astonishing transformations in European history." WikiPedia:Wales Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom Wales commons:Wales - Cymru


posthumously published diary, ''The Diary of a Young Girl'', he was referred to under the name '''Mr. Kraler'''. '''Johannes Kleiman''' (17 August 1896, Koog aan de Zaan – 28 January 1959, Amsterdam) was one of the Dutch citizens who helped hide Anne Frank and her family during the Nazi (Nazism) occupation of the Netherlands. In the published version of Anne's diary, ''The Diary of a Young Girl'', he is given the pseudonym '''Mr. Koophuis'''. In some later

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;agent of influence", codenamed "Agent BOOT", and in the pay of the KGB for many years. Crucially, the newspaper used material from the original manuscript of the book which had not been included in the published version.

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(classified information) redacted from the published version. A redacted version of the introductory TEMPEST handbook NACSIM 5000 was publicly released in December 2000. Equally, the NATO standard SDIP-27 (before 2006 known as AMSG 720B, AMSG 788A, and AMSG 784) is still classified. The psychiatric handbook, the DSM (see below), used to call this sexual disorder by the name ''frottage'' until the second edition (DSM II). However, this term is no longer used in the United States to refer

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