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And Gulliver Returns Book V : My Visit to Singaling

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...n of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms which was originally passed in 1950. It regionalized the Universal Declaration of Human Rights proclaimed... ... year. This is about two and a half times the world average. Over 25% of deaths to European males between the ages of 15 and 30 are alcohol related....

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Twelfe Night, Or What You Will

By: William Shakespeare

...ir, hold. 1949 An. Nay let him alone, Ile go another way to worke 1950 with him: Ile haue an action of Battery against him, if 1951 th... ...nd I most iocund, apt, and willinglie, 2289 To do you rest, a thousand deaths would dye. 2290 Ol. Where goes Cesario? 2291 Vio. A...

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And Gulliver Returns Book III : A Visit to Kino

By: Bob Oconnor

...s such as the Black Death and the AIDS virus, or by the painful and pitiful deaths due to famine -- a state directed peacetime drop in population suc... ...ke. That‘s about twice the world‘s rate. Smoking now accounts for one in 8 deaths in China but will rise to 1 in 3 by 2050 if the current trends con... ...health care bills by 30 to 40%. Your own research shows that half of your deaths were attributed to preventable exposures or behaviors. (2) We see ... ...a burning interest of mine.‖ --―Well Commander, China‘s population in 1950 was about 600 million, by 2005 it had more than doubled to 1.3 billi... ...had taken so long to develop effective solar power. He told me that in the 1950s he had a solar powered radio that he used to take to the beach when ... ...otalitarian Communism of Mao certainly had many major faults. The needless deaths of millions and the failed economic experiments were certainly majo...

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And Gulliver Returns Book IV : A Look at Our Human Values

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...ations were largely socially inspired. How could a merciful God allow the deaths of so many innocent people in New York in September of 2001. How co... ...eming lack of mercy by the Judeo-Christian-Muslim God in allowing so many deaths to innocent people in wars and natural disasters. They often also m... ...ork much less than Americans. Europeans worked more than Americans in the 1950s and 1960s, when they were pressed in their war reconstruction effort... ... increases sufficiently. In Europe this has happened a few times since the 1950s. They produced more while working less. But in the last thirty years... ...2 million from his own armies. Was that bad because of the total number of deaths or was it good for population control? His structure of laws was ce... ..., right up to the present time.‘ 194 ―From Pope Pius XII in 1950 to Pope John Paul in 1996, and up to today, the popes have held that ... ... to more than pay for the hospital expenses due to the habit, the earlier deaths of the smokers will reduce the amount of retirement benefits that t... ...e not involved with China? ―It‘s true that China invaded Tibet in 1950 to regain the sovereignty it had acquired in the 1700s but lost to th... ... Los Angeles is valued at the price it paid, and most was bought prior to 1950, and much of it over 100 years ago. The values have increased hundreds...

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And Gulliver Returns Book I : Touchdown

By: Bob Oconnor

... people to make much of a difference to the exploding population. A million deaths here or there doesn’t dent the billions who roam our overcrowded ... ...rld from now until 2050 is about the same number that lived on the planet in 1950. I have heard academic projections of America having a billion peop... ... AIDS victims with anti-retroviral drugs has reduced the number of expected deaths by over 30 million. This keeps the victims reproducing longer. Con... ...other parts of the world. Is this what you want for your grandchildren? The deaths may help to curb the population explosion but is 33 it worth t... ...he world adds 200,000 people per day, with about 350,000 births and 150,000 deaths. The earthquake in Pakistan in 2005 killed 80,000 people. But it ... ...population. Of course because there were more people, there were more total deaths. “Thanks to better weapons, the psychotic warlords of the l... ...ility rates of 3.4. (6) Population projections are that in the century from 1950 to 2050 the world Muslim population percentage will have doubled, f...

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And Gulliver Returns Book VII : Book 7 Visit to Indus

By: Bob Oconnor

.... Most of the infections contracted don‘t 15 respond to antibiotics. Deaths of new-borns account for over one-third of all child mortality acro... ...World Health Organization has predicted that in five years, by 2030, AIDS deaths will be in the top three causes of death, along with heart disease ... ...ng with heart disease and cancer. While ten years ago it caused 3 million deaths a year, by 2030 it may be as high as 120 million total deaths from ... ...g compatible with the Bible goes back at least as far as Pope Pius XII in 1950 and it was reaffirmed 30 years ago by Pope John Paul. Lee I am sure yo... ..., into landfills, into rivers or into the oceans—are causing diseases and deaths and are dooming a livable earthly ecology. ―Human history h... ...t the Flood or Jonah or Sodom. If God doesn‘t—why should we? Look at the deaths of children by parental beating, or even in traffic accidents. ...

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Laws of Destiny Never Disappear : Culture of Thailand in the Postlocal World

By: Matti Sarmela

...a hurry overtake recklessly. In Thailand, road traffic accidents cause the deaths of tens of thousands of people annually, but driving is unavoidable.... ...ation, the most famous being the so-called 'wonder rice' varieties. In the 1950s, an international testing station was established in the Philippines,... ...ere and the number of victims has begun to decline, although statistics on deaths will continue to rise. Maybe deaths from Aids will gradually become ... ...y, and no longer have a future in any case. In densely populated villages, deaths of ten people from Aids constitutes a rare cause of death in recent ... ...een engendered by the concept of a ”loosely structured” community (Embree 1950), that was said to reflect the whole culture of Thai villages. Charact... ...een engendered by the concept of a ”loosely structured” community (Embree 1950), that was said to reflect the whole culture of Thai villages. Charact... .... Turner 1974a,b. 76. Herbert Phillips’s study Thai Peasant Personality (1950s) identifies values that have been considered important in the villag... ... or relatives' (Table 8). The village school system was set up in the 1950's and 1960s, and by the beginning of the '70s almost all people under ...

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