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… horticulture is the food security movement where locally grown food is given precedence through several projects and programs, thus providing low-cost and nutritious food. Urban community gardens and the food security movement was a response to the…

… during the Holocaust was constructed in the city in a 13th-century Jewish cemetery. In 2003 the memorial was vandalized by unknown antisemites. The Jewish cemetery too was repeatedly vandalized in 2009. As a response to the vandalisms, citizens of the city formed an initiative for the protection of the cemetery and organized rallies.

… land on the Moon and return safely to Earth before the end of the 1960s. The six astronauts who flew were awarded medals, driven in parades and two of them were invited to address a joint session of the U.S. Congress. As a response to the…

To the end of his life, Chivington maintained that Sand Creek had been a successful operation. He argued that his expedition was a response to Cheyenne and Arapaho raids and torture inflicted on wagon trains and white settlements in Colorado.

Information Center sponsored Safer Sex Night, originally started in the 1980s as a response to the AIDS crisis. The event was discontinued after the spring 2014 semester. Oberlin’s Drag Ball Committee hosts Drag Ball, which marks Transgender Awareness week. Both these events are well-attended by students, although they have drawn criticism from conservatives.

… as resulting from the offshore displacement of the slope poleward flow and of the Portugal Current that takes place during the summer, as a response to upwelling-favourable winds…

… osmotic stress caused by sugar and centrifuging influence the hatching success either positively (e. g., faster activation as a response to osmotic changes) or negatively (destroyed by centrifugation), we found no significant difference either in…

… 10 Ma. The relative timing of pluton emplacement in the Priest River complex indicates that it was primarily a response to decompression rather than a cause. The mylonitized Silver Point and undeformed Wrencoe plutons bracket the end of a…

… independence. The positive contribution of the peasant/communal sector to this national food self-sufficiency since the early 1980 s could not go unnoticed. This was regarded as having been a response to the progressive role played by the state…

Youth substance abuse in Oregon reached epidemic proportions in the early 1980 s. A response to this social issue from the Governor 2 ̆ 7 s Office, the state legislature, and the Office of Alcohol and Drug Programs during 1983 – 1985 is…

… gratification times or visual motor integration from pre to posttest. However, further analysis of gender revealed interesting trends relating to both measures. For delay of gratification, females showed a response to the intervention through a trend…

… that unemployment and low wages are important push factors. It is true that migration is also a response to new opportunities, particularly access to social networks. However, not everyone enjoys access to these. In addition, young migrants…

Young children engage in direct reciprocity, but the mechanisms underlying such reciprocity remain unclear. In particular, prior work leaves unclear whether children’s reciprocity is simply a response to receiving benefits (regardless of…

… whether children as young as three and a half to four years of age demonstrate patterns indicative of incremental or entity theories of intelligence as a response to challenge following failure. Children worked on a series of puzzles, some of…

… vulnerable to a different range of predators than nestlings. For example, a flying hawk is irrelevant to a nestling in a enclosed nest, but is dangerous to that individual once it has left the nest, so we predict that young develop a response to aerial…

… feelings as catalysts for social change. Young adult dystopian fiction can be read as a response to today’s mass media culture’s often pessimistic and/or catastrophic vision of the world. Through all kinds of social and public media,…

… movement of the 1960 s and 1970 s was a response to the problem of junior high schools that many considered inattentive to the developmental needs of young adolescents. In the late 1990 s, a push to return to the K- 8 grade configuration…

… stems, as a response to water deficit, were evaluated. The results indicated that the enhancement of the intensity of water deficit was accompanied by profound structural changes in the piliferous zone of roots. Water deficit caused a…

… indicators, with a comprehensive approach as a response to the major shortcomings of the generic BSC regarding the negligence of different stakeholders. Subsequently, since the indicators are not independent of each other, a robust…

Yes David, It Is was inspired by Is Literary History Possible?, a text by David Perkins that presents factors that Perkins’ asserts make the writing of literary history an impossible task Yes David, It Is is a response to Perkins’ work…

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