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… up because they affected their ability to achieve a level of economic security sufficient to start a life of their own. Despite this emerging consensus in the contemporary youth literature however, we currently have very limited knowledge…

… most young people now are ‘destined’ for a life of underpaid work, punctuated by frequent periods of no work. As The Guardian journalist Sara Barnard writes: ‘If a graduate is jobless now, that’s a problem, but if that same graduate is still…

Young boy leaves home for the city, against his parents’ wishes, and enters a life of crime. Escapes from prison and a reward is placed “on his head”. He is finally killed. Moral – crime does not pay. Swackhammer: Carter Discography -…

… public words uttered by Unamuno rise up as the capstone of the courageous defense of freedom of conscience by an academic against despotism. Here we analyze his literary and philosophical thought throughout a life of writings consistent…

… to seek out a life of exhilaration. Once a young scaredy-cat herself, Caroline decided that fear got in the way of the life she wanted […] of excitement, confidence, self-reliance, friendship, and fun. She has since flown planes, rafted…

… participation, treatment, wellbeing, security and meaningfulness which are also central themes in the Government Bill on the national values for elderly. The results show that the respondents believe that a life of dignity is difficult to define…

… the first few years of schooling and never catch up. They become resigned to 12 years of failure at school. And after they leave school? Statistics show a life of disadvantage. There are no magic bullets in education. We are not going to…

… words, but the quote has taken on a life of its own which grossly distorts the nature of water competition disputes, especially state to state competition. Both whiskey and water are for human benefit and exist in sufficient quantities…

… attention from their biographers. (Even the one exception, Professor Ernest Scott, was writing a life of Flinders, so quite reasonably had little to say of Bass without Flinders). This booklet is an attempt to fill the gap. It does not set…

Vol. 1 includes a life of Tacitus by Justus Lipsius, excerpts from various writers, a genealogical table, and Books 1 – 6 of the Annales; v. 2, Books 11 – 16 of the Annales, the Germania, and the Agricola; v. 3, the Historiae; each volume…

… to turn to a life of crime instead of completing their education. Domestic violence against women and children is also a stumbling block to economic development. Abuse adversely affects a child’s performance in school and consequently his…

… relations is one of the key mechanisms for women to transform a life of violence. The purpose of this ethnographic study is to analyze the possibilities of a feminist politics based on women’s empowerment and its transformatory potential in…

Victims of domestic violence who try to flee their abusers frequently seek to relocate to confidential locations, changing their name, their address, and their very identity in order to start again free from a life of violence. Helping…

… done by analysis of vibration records. Determination of damping is important due that internal damping of elastic systems sometimes could be controlled to reduce amplitude of vibrations and increase a life of construction. In this paper,…

… moody brow and darken 2 ̆ 7 d name,Thrust meanly from his fatherland,To languish out a life of shame;Oh! let him hear some simple strainSome lay his mother, taught her boyHe 2 ̆ 7 ll feel the charm, and dream againOf home, of innocence, and…

… ethics that influenced – and harmed – the whole of Western society. In this article it is argued that, in order to understand Augustine correctly, it must be considered that he developed his ethics during a life of great turbulence and…

… through 39. Also a life of John Wesley […] v. 6. First series of sermons continued, second series begun (through 86) […] v. 7. Second series of sermons concluded. Also third, fourth and fifth series (through 141) […] v. 8. Addresses,…

… migration and resettlement. It explores the internal and external barriers that are now contributing to the Somalis prolonged poverty and a life of toxic stress in Canada. In addition, this study identifies external barriers such as…

Until recently, little was known of H. L. A. Hart 2 ̆ 7 s private life. That has now changed with the publication of Nicola Lacey 2 ̆ 7 s A Life of H. L. A. Hart: The Nightmare and the Noble Dream. Drawing on Hart 2 ̆ 7 s notebooks and…

… had to fulifii. Soon, however, the investigation began to lead a life of its own and was therefore entirely dissociated from the afore mentioned experiment. The research was primarily directed at logical analysing and ordening of…

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