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    On June 12, 2009 the United Nations Security Council unanimously adopted resolution 1874 under chapter VII of the United Nations (UN) charter. The resolution responded to the decision of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) to challenge the Treaty on Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) and previous resolution 1718 by testing a nuclear bomb on May 25, 2009. Resolution 1874 toughened security sanctions and widened the arms embargo already outlined in resolution 1718. This paper

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    Leonhard Euler, a Brief Biography

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    Petersburg Academy of Sciences, but due to financial instability at the academy, Euler decided to join the Russian Navy for three years to assure regular income. After a few years, Euler’s financial situation had increased, and he was able to marry Katharina Gsell and have fifteen children with her. Unfortunately, only three boys and two girls survived. In 1741, Euler worked in the Berlin Academy of Sciences, as head of the Berlin Observatory, while he also tutored the nieces of King Frederich II of

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    Impact of Martin Luther

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    "Luther was a German patriot. He was never a nationalist in the modern sense of the word. Luther was, above all, a pastor, professor of theology and iconic figure of the Protestant Reformation. Luther has been variously identified as an advocate of absolute monarchy, democracy, individual freedom, intellectual repression, nationalism, internationalism, spirituality and secularism. He was a religious figure; his battles were fought over theological issues that may seem to us obscure but whose

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    art

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    contemporary art, the art of the late 20th cent. and early 21st cent., both an outgrowth and a rejection of modern art. As the force and vigor of abstract expressionism diminished, new artistic movements and styles arose during the 1960s and 70s to challenge and displace modernism in painting, sculpture, and other media. Improvisational and Dada-like styles employed in the early 1960s and thereafter by Robert Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns had widespread influence, as did the styles of many other

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    Bloodbath Since the dawn of time, the desire for immortality and eternal beauty has all but governed humans as a species. A fallacy that such a thing could be procured as the proverbial fountain of youth has consumed, destroyed, and even sent some into a spiraling descent of madness. From the destitute to the affluent and everyone between, no one has ever fully escaped the hypnotic lure of the notion of being forever young and beautiful. The journey to acquire such an unattainable object has even

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    Dominance and Control in Chaucer's The Wife of Bath's Tale The Wife of Bath, the main character in Geoffrey Chaucer's "The Wife of Bath's Tale" recognizes dominance over her husband as the main purpose of her life and her story. The Wife of Bath is a controlling and headstrong woman.  She craves dominance over her husbands.  She believes that, in order to be her husband, the man must be subservient and that she is the head of the household.  Even thought she has been married five times

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    In Western Europe, after World War II, there was an economic boom due to the baby boomers and the need to advance the welfare of the countries that were affected by war. This caused a rift between the middle and lower class. Consumerism played an important role in the cultural and political changes after World War II. Politically, the Soviet Union and the United States were in an arms race as well as a space race which impacted the two countries greatly(413). After the USSR launched Sputnik, U

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    Martin Luther

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    Martin Luther lived from 1483-1546. Luther was born on November 10, 1483 in Eisleben in the province of Saxony. His protestant view of Christianity started what was called the Protestant Reformation in Germany. Luther's intentions were to reform the medieval Roman Catholic Church. But firm resistance from the church towards Luther's challenge made way to a permanent division in the structure of Western Christianity.Luther lived in Mansfield and was the son of a miner. He later went on to study at

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    ABSTRACT The aim of this framework is to study the thesis of “A ‘Brief’ Study’’ by Matilde Nisbeth Jensen, and define its possible translation theories. In thesis study, cultural and linguistic elements are examined the possibilities of the elements to adapt to target language. Another aim in this framework is to detect the translation theories towards applicability of translations. This is to analyses whether the theories provide any contribution in the transfer of cultural and linguistic elements

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    organisieren?, in: Barnaby Drabble, Dorothee Richter (ed.), Curating Critique, Institute for Curatorship and Education Edinburgh, Frankfurt a. M. 2007, p. 172–179, here p. 174. 8 The concept of curating with involvement is thanks to numerous talks with Katharina Morawek, director, member of the executive board and head curator (together with Can Gülcü and Yolanda Hug) at the Shedhalle in Zurich.

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