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The 9/11 Commission Report Final Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States

By: Thomas H. Kean

...toum. 30 Bin Ladin agreed to help Turabi in an ongoing war against African Christian separatists in southern Sudan and also to do some road building.T... ... accepted Bin Ladin’s offer to ally JI with al Qaeda in waging war against Christians and Jews. 21 Hambali met with KSM in Karachi to arrange for JI m... ... mosque in Hamburg, a group designed to bridge the gap between Muslims and Christians.Atta proved a poor bridge, however, because of his abrasive and ... ... Lebanon, Ziad Jarrah came from an afflu- ent family and attended private, Christian schools. Like Atta, Binalshibh, and Shehhi, Jarrah aspired to pur... ...l in downtown Amman, the border crossings from Jordan into Israel, and two Christian holy sites, at a time when all these locations were likely to be ... ... National Prepared- ness Standard establishes a common set of criteria and terminology for pre- paredness, disaster management, emergency management, ...

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Mankind in the Making

By: H. G. Wells

...tive with its direction in the future, then these things slip from them as Christian’s burthen fell from him at the very outset of his journey. Until ... ... heart has had its stirrings, he has responded with the others to “Onward, Christian Soldiers,” the earnest moments of the school pulpit, and all thos... ...ce of physics, since it culminates in a clear understanding and use of the terminology of the as- pects of energy and a clear sense of adequate causat... ... matter of fact, if only the reader will allow for a certain difference in terminology, they do. What I have here called Schooling is, so far as the a... ...2 Mankind in the Making day, for example, the Society for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge, the Catholic T ruth Society, the Rationalist Press Ass...

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The Wife and Other Stories

By: Anton Tchekhov

...you have not gone yet, Ivan Ivanitch. I forgot to ask you, do you know the Christian name of the president of our Zemstvo?” “ Andrey Stanislavovitch. ... ...ns. If any outsider could at such times overhear Nikolay’s free use of our terminology, he might perhaps imagine that he was a learned man disguised a... ...o dread, I must meet it as a teacher, a man of science, and a citizen of a Christian country ought to meet it, with courage and un- troubled soul. But...

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Essays

By: Ralph Waldo Emerson

...takes the same delight in 45 Emerson subordinating every thing to the new terminology as a girl who has just learned botany in seeing a new earth and... ...r. It undergoes continual changes; it is barbarous, it is civilized, it is christianized, it is rich, it is scientific; but this change is not amelior... ...oes not encumber; whether we have not lost by refinement some energy, by a Christianity entrenched in establish- ments and forms some vigor of wild vi... ... wild virtue. For every Stoic was a Stoic; but in Christendom where is the Christian? There is no more deviation in the moral standard than in the sta... ...eal greatness. Pretension never wrote an Iliad, nor drove back Xerxes, nor christianized the world, nor abolished slavery. As much virtue as there is,... ...ent on the part of the narra- tor that he seems to think that his place in Christian Oxford requires of him some proper protestations of ab- horrence....

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Magnum Bonum or Mother Careys Brood

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...r lot coming! A set of duplicates. They haven’t even the sense to vary the Christian names. Three more to be admitted to-morrow.” “That accounts for a... ...old nurse! Why, mother, she can’t pronounce French, and she never heard of terminology, and she thinks Edward I. killed the bards!” For the girls had ... ...t. She took up her line from the first as governess, dropping her friend’s Christian name, and causing her pupils to ad- dress herself as Miss Ogilvie... ...lled to formal outsiders, while Friar John, a reversal of his cousin’s two Christian names, was a school title that sometimes passed into home use. Fr... ... we ought not to have it. It was delightful making the ballad, for all the Christian verses have ‘Mount Joye St. Denys’ in the different lines, and al... ...nks, hew down their ranks, Up, merry men, for the Ermine! For Christian right ‘gainst Pagan might, Up, merry men, for the Ermine!’...

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