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    The Romanian Revolution of 1989 – What do we know and why is there not much information about it? This is part of the questions I have been asking myself. The fact is that few people have written about the actual events that took place during the fall of Communism in Romania in 1989. The more and more I looked into it, the more I realized that the only sources I found described the events but there was not a lot of explanation to as why or what caused the events not to mention the controversies of

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    The Art and Philosophy of Balance at Constantin Brâncusi Motto: "All dilemmas can be solved by unifying the contraries" (Brâncusi) ABSTRACT: Our paper intends to be an attempt of making evident the joining of the art and the philosophy of Constantin Brâncusi, the most outstanding representative of sculpture in our century. The way of approaching this topic was suggested to us by the great artist and thinker himself, who urges us that we should not make difficult what he expressed in a simple

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    Two Specialists in Cybernetics

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    Cybernetics Among the Romanian forerunners of cybernetics (i.e., Daniel Danielopolu, Paul Postelnicu), Stefan Odobleja is, undoubtedly, the most important. European recognition of his contribution to the foundations of cybernetics took place twenty years ago when his paper, "Diversity and Unit in Cybernetics" (presented at the Fourth Congress of Cybernetics and Systems in Amsterdam, August, 1978), was received with great acclaim. His work has been used by other Romanian scientists and philosophers

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    eternity. The form of Dracula that I’m portraying (he had many in the film, including a wolf form, dignified prince, demon, and bat) is seen in the beginning of the picture when he is first introduced in real-time. Jonathan Harker first arrives at the Romanian castle and is greeted by this creepy, cryptic, and subtlety intimidating old man. He is garbed in royal red satin as if he still rules this land and its . . . people. Though visually ancient, his eyes seem much younger than his body and skin present

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    Romanian Government

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    Introduction This report targets the Romanian Government and it examines the positive and negative aspects of the free admission to museums policy which is considered to be implemented in this country. The main focus of this report is on how an increase in the demand for museum tickets will boost the economy of Romania, by allowing people to visit museums for free. Throughout the report, other examples of other countries such as the United Kingdom and Sweden will be used in order to explain how free

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    Analysis of Bulgaria

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    respectively, and the Black Sea coastline constituted the entire eastern border. The Romanian border followed the Danube River for 464 kilometers from the northwestern corner of the country to the city of Silistra and then cut to the east-southeast for 136 kilometers across the northeastern province of Varna. The Danube, with steep bluffs on the Bulgarian side and a wide area of swamps and marshes on the Romanian side, was one of the most effective rivers boundaries in Europe. The line through Dobruja

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    Radulescu

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    canvas.” She grew up in a traditional Romanian atmosphere on the Black Sea coast, and then lived in the most intense artistic community the world has ever known. Add to this an extreme desire to create, in a singular style, and we have an artist, not particularly well-known, who should be more widely recognized. Like many of her contemporaries, Radulescu moved away to go to school where she concentrated on art. Women with careers in art didn’t really exist in Romanian (or any Western) culture until after

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    expression. The goal of such an approach is to learn something about the process of change itself, an indomitable fact of life which stands in contradiction to all efforts at preservation. The grandeur of such knowledge is appropriately called out by Romanian scholar Constantin Brailoiu who writes, "each time our studies have as an aim a human fact or one tied to human reality, we are bound to conclude that the understanding of any particular aspect of life is only possible if we understand life itself

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    sheeps

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    BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- An American citizen was kidnapped along with the three Romanian journalists abducted Monday in Iraq, the U.S. State Department said Wednesday. Citing privacy laws, a State Department spokeswoman in Washington said she could not release more information, but called for the "immediate and safe recovery of all hostages in Iraq." The Romanians and an unidentified man appeared in a video that aired on the Arabic-language network Al-Jazeera Wednesday. It has not been confirmed

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    The Value of Coffee

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    the University of Bucharest, Romania, for the International Mathematical Olympiad. I waited in line for breakfast, picking up the toast, the pastries, the beverage. What was the drink? There were few possibilities. The previous week, the US and Romanian teams had been training together in the town of Sinaia, and we got some evidence of what comprised the typical meal: cold cuts and cheeses, bread and patés, an entrée of meat, potatoes, perhaps a corn mush, and some boiled vegetables, and assorted

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    to be a ruler. The elder Dracul, who was ruler of Walachia, was a member of the secret fraternity, Order of the Dragon, which was created in 1387 by the emperor to uphold Christianity and defend the empire against the Islamic Turks. Dracul in Romanian means devil, and adding an "a" to the end of it means "son of", so Dracula literally means "son of the devil". With his strict upbringing in a chaotic environment where battles were constantly being fought, Dracula soon gained pleasure in other

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    Romanian Adoption

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    Romanian Adoption Abstract During my research on Romanian Adoption, I first believed that the law had no relevance and was just a stupid law so that Romania could get into the European Union. However, during my research I saw that Romania did have the children at interest but the law was too extreme. The law has both upsides and downsides to it. The most effective and persuasive evidence that I have found is the letter from Emma Nicholson. This quote is pretty strong: “Adoption is the

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    Philosophy and Technology

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    technology are confronted with are related to the definition of concepts, the cultural value contained in them, and place they have in the European culture. In what it concerns the concepts of technique and technology, a consensus does not exist. The Romanian Encyclopedic Dictionary (1966) gives the following definitions, according to a wide-... ... middle of paper ... ..., Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1989 3. Edem GOBLOT, Traité de logique, A. Colin, Paris, 1941 4. P.P. NEGULESCU, Istoria filosofiei

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    Glossotomy in Macedonia

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    GLOSSOTOMY IN MACEDONIA "The split of a language into two is something which the greatest fantasts in the world have not dared do. Our scholars, however, did it for political, rather than linguistic considerations." Leonida Lari, Romanian writer from Moldova, (Literatura si arta a 18.8.1988) There are quite a few European languages spoken outside their "own" country: for instance German in Germany, but also in Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Luxemburg, Denmark, Belgium, Poland, Russia; Spanish

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    Eastern European Conclusions

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    structures all over the world. China, Cuba, Poland, Czechoslovakia illustrate ramifications of the system. In 1989 the child suddenly vanished. The German reunification, the rejection of the communist rules by the liberal Hungarian government, and the Romanian revolution, which solved with the execution of Nicolae Ceausescu and his wife, speak about the instability of that time. It was the end of a historical epoch. Ten years have passed since those days. I still remember learning to write using the

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    ‘white-space’ and culturally representative yet simple graphics. I have yet to decide if this is indicative of a cultural influence, or simply gender-biased. Both sites are several years old - in fact, Virtual Romania boasts that it is "The FIRST Ever Romanian Home Page on the Internet", and was established in April of 1994, while SAWNET began in 1991, as a mailing list that eventually grew into a web site and resource center. I was a bit disappointed by the fact that several of the links posted did not

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    Both of my parents were, born, raised, and even married in Romania. During their time living in Romania, they were raised with strict religious values. They had three kids, by the way I’m one of those three kids. As I grew up, I was surrounded by Romanian culture which has influenced a significant amount of my life. Language specifically stuck with me the most as it came to me almost as easy as learning English. I never went to school or took any classes to learn the language, many of my family members

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    Romanian Culture Analysis

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    arrangement of thoughts, propensities and in addition molded reactions that are shared by individuals from a given society. This paper plates the idea of culture by concentrating on the Romanian culture. The physical geology of Romania, and also its climate design, will be examined close by their commitments to Romanian culture. Characteristics that Define a Culture A regular culture has

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    Story of a Romanian Immigrant

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    Story of a Romanian Immigrant Immigrating to the United States in not a simple process. Millions immigrate to America but many millions more are denied a visa or forced to cross the border illegally because of the limited number of applicants that the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services, now a department of Homeland Security, provides as well as the extremely stringent process that is imposed upon migrating applicants. Even getting a simple tourist visa can be a tiring ordeal and

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    appropriate word to describe something or because some words or expressions cannot be easily translated or simply because it is much more convinient to use that specific word. For example, the word chat, which means online conversation, does not have a Romanian equivalent and is often used in this form. A sub-category of these are pseudo-anglicisms. These are words that are borrowed from the English language but have a completely different meaning in that language. They are compound words, combining elements

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