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  • Continental Divide is a 1981 American romantic comedy about a hard-nosed Chicago journalist who has an unlikely love affair with an eagle researcher. Directed
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  • Mulligan, “Post Continental Philosophy: Nosological Notes” Stanford French Review special issue, "Philosophy and the Analytic-Continental Divide", vol. 17,
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  • of steam like that of an Iron Horse chugging full blast over the Continental Divide. Neither Hiro nor Eliot ever mentions, or even notices, the by-now-obvious
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  • Delaware. He was a militia officer during the American Revolution, a Continental Congressman from Pennsylvania and Delaware, a delegate to the U.S. Constitutional
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  • 500 men out of less than 6,000 Continentals! On the eve of its decisive victory over Lord Cornwallis, the Continental Army had reached a degree of integration
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  • normative considerations that inform their critiques. … We can usefully divide Continental critics of morality into two camps … In the first camp are those thinkers
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  • footnote. Other versions of this phrase include "Not worth a Continental" and "Not worth a Continental Damn". While other writers do not include the Indian connection
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  • (February 1, 1957), p. 247. This was his first broadcast as prime minister. Continental people have sex lives; the English have hot-water bottles. George Mikes
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  • November 1831) was a German philosopher, well known in both Analytic and Continental Philosophy. See also: The Phenomenology of Spirit Nicht die Neugierde
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  • noted, are with effeminacy, transvestism, promiscuity, prostitution, continental European culture, and the arts. Between Men: English Literature and Male
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  • affairs. Letter sent by the Continental Congress (October 26, 1774) to the Inhabitants of Quebec. Source: Journal of the Continental Congress, 1904 ed., vol
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  • requirements of social responsibility. In short, a democracy magnified to semi-continental scale (they had only Western Europe in mind). But there was always another
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  • English Liberals supported their continental "coreligionists," never being fully aware of the abyss which actually divided them. Francis Stuart Campbell
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  • man in his right mind would advocate sending our ground forces into continental China, and such was never given a thought, the new situation did urgently
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  • Anal rape, quicksand, body lice, evil spirits, gridlock, acid rain, continental drift, labor violence, flash floods, rabies, torture, bad luck, calcium
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  • no more. I am not a Virginian, but an American. Speech in the First Continental Congress, Philadelphia (14 October 1774). Compare: "I was born an American;
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  • Politics the Same Thing? Brotherhood is Religion O Demonstrations of Reason Dividing Families in Cruelty & Pride! Ch. 3, plate 57 England! awake! awake! awake
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  • pro-slavery, white-supremacist past. In 1776, South Carolina delegates to the Continental Congress forced Thomas Jefferson to remove a clause condemning slavery
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  • then let it be tobacco. On the Harmfulness of Tobacco Dinner at the "Continental" to commemorate the great reform [the abolition of the serfdom in 1861]
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  • 2014), 2014 FIFA World Cup. It's common in Germany, and elsewhere in continental Europe, for football to be just one of many sports a club fields teams
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