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1 Then, we adopt dynamic adjustment on the strength and scope of this measure, a process with revolution and advance.
2 industrial revolution modified the whole structure of English society.
3 my guess is that the atheism debate is going to be a sideshow. The cognitive revolution is not going to end up undermining faith in God, it's going to end up challenging faith in the Bible.
4 And it seemed to me that this revival was based on aseparation of individual liberty from the industrial revolution whose cause andsource is individual liberty.
5 Our technical revolution is blazing its way forward through all the difficulties and advancing victoriously.
6 violent revolution upturned the whole country.
7 is imagined as sovereign because the concept was born in an age in which Enlightenment and Revolution were destorying the legitamcy of the divinely-ordained, hierarchical dynastic realm.
8 The present one finds himself in charge of a revolution he did nothing to discourage but did not create.
9 There will be no green revolution in energy or anything else.
10 The large, anonymous crowds in which we now teem began with the agricultural revolution, and without agriculture we could survive in only a tiny fraction of our current numbers.
11 Some people were decapitated during the French Revolution.
12 The election result feels like an extraordinary betrayal of the orange revolution.
13 of the Roman Empire to the Industrial Revolution and beyond, Clarks compelling narrative is accompanied by breathtaking colour photography of Europes grearest landmarks.
14 and proved the characteristics of locus mutual change about spherical surface and hyperboloid of the one sheet of revolution!
15 Instead, and as I argue in both the Vision Revolution and my forthcoming Harnessed, these are powers we acquired by virtue of harnessing, or neuronal recycling.
16 Jacquard came from a family of silk weavers and went through a bankruptcy and the French Revolution before starting work on an automated, mechanical loom.
17 This was a tiny revolution at the time, yet still restricts the video content to not-quite-comfortable display size of a mobile phone.
18 British historian Lawrence Stone pointed out this relationship in his study of the English revolution in the 16th and 17th centuries.
19 tempting to assume that the problem is purely one of supply and can be fixed by genetically modified plants or investment in a new “green revolution” to boost crop yields.
20 Revolution means the emancipation of the productive forces, and reform also means the emancipation of the productive forces.
21 After the French Revolution, men took off their high heels, silk stockings, and wigs and began wearing trousers.
22 He lent his name to the Kemp-Roth tax cuts of 1981, one of the opening salvos of the Reagan revolution, and championed school vouchers, enterprise zones and housing vouchers.
23 Britain's travel revolution circled around a pair of innovations that had the web at their heart.
24 Lenin in 1918, speaking to crowds celebrating the first year of the revolution in Moscow's Red Square.
25 But increasingly, newspaper barons, not content to preside over slow decline, want to embrace the revolution.
26 It seems likely that he did not want live through it: to see the Tunisian revolution triumph and prove that nation and society were and will remain stronger than tyranny.
27 But something is going on behind the scenes: it is hardly an athletic revolution of the people, but the foundation for one may be forming.
28 What you see today is a technology revolution driven ever forward by market demand.
29 spike in oil prices changed that, prompting a shift towards smaller cars, yet still an electric "revolution" on the roads remains a distant prospect.
30 Even in 1820, as the industrial revolution in Britain was gathering pace, the two Asian giants still accounted for half the world's GDP.