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1 and working through World War I and World War II, Foujita's persevered to paint and carry on holding exhibitions in Japan, Europe and South America simultaneously.
2 Lined with about a dozen 18th century homes, Little Green Street only stretches a city block in length, but has survived the Blitz in World War II and three centuries of construction.
3 At first glance, Birobidzhan seems like any other Siberian city, with its massive statue of Lenin, World War II monument, and crumbling Soviet-era apartment blocks.
4 When former Matson executive Bill Harmon was in the Navy during World War II, he would write ahead to Esperanto speakers in ports where his ship was due to dock.
5 We were part of the most powerful wartime coalition in human history through World war II, and stitched together a community of free nations and institutions to endure a Cold war.
6 But to a little boy right after World War II, a father seemed a god with strange strengths and uncanny powers enabling him to do and know things that no mortal could do or know.
7 Jack Harold Glenn was a World War II bomber navigator who was killed during a firefight as he flew a mission over Germany in 1944, his body coming to rest in a field in a rural village.
8 Her father was a fighter pilot during World War II, later becoming deputy commander of the Soviet Air Defense, and was twice named a Hero of the Soviet Union.
9 I also told him I had studied the draft at Georgetown, and had concluded it was justified only when, as in World War II, the nation and our way of life were at stake.
10 In Europe and Africa during World War II, the proportion of mental traumas among all casualties was close to one in four — one mental health case for every three blood wounds.
11 My mom was always willing take on new challenges and caring for the World War II veterans energized her to take another chance to make a difference," said son Justin Decker.
12 This undated photo provided by the National Archives via the National World War II Museum shows a U.S. sailor as he has his picture taken with a monkey in Bermuda during World War II.
13 This undated photo provided by the National Archives via the National World War II Museum shows a U.S. soldier and local children as they ride an elephant in Burma during World War II.
14 Forbes: After World War II, even though leaders knew they'd have to overcome internal opposition, everyone felt there was a very strong consensus for reducing trade barriers.
15 Hence, if we are lucky, the current downturn will also be moderate, though likely worse than the other U.S. post-World War II recessions, including 1982.
16 Interestingly, the 70th anniversary of World War II has reopened old wounds and ignited an ugly battle of words between Russia and its unloving neighbors, Ukraine, Poland, and the Baltic states.
17 They ask to play on the Wii and I agree, but then World War III breaks out when they start squabbling over the controls and Jerry ends up walloping his sister.
18 After President Bush invoked the specter of World War III to press the urgency of stopping Iran, the Administration followed up with another round of punitive measures.
19 might have gone unnoticed by most Germans, who since World War II have remained largely dispassionate, even shy, about most overtly patriotic gestures.
20 After the detonation of nuclear bombs at the end of world War II, the world moved deeper into the atomic age and the nuclear standoff between the superpowers.
21 in World War II disused British airfields were dressed up like military runways, complete with dummy planes and fuel resources, to confuse German bombers and soldiers.
22 By World War II, manuscript, or print writing, was in standard use across the U.S. Today schoolchildren typically learn print in kindergarten, cursive in third grade.
23 After World War II, the United States and a growing community of nations painstakingly built a global trading system based on the freer flow of goods, ideas and services across borders.
24 As stunned Norwegians grappled with the deadliest attack in the country since World War II, a portrait began to emerge of the suspect, Anders Behring Breivik, 32.
25 Hindley was believed to have been beaten by her alcoholic father, Bob Hindley, a paratrooper in the RAF during World war II, who was also alleged to have been violent towards her mother Nellie.
26 Plants that were bred prior to World War II are naturally hardier because they were established - and thrived - before the development of modern fertilizers and pesticides.
27 The dense timber was shipped around the world and used for such empire-building projects as lining the Suez Canal and, after world War II, for rebuilding London's Tilbury Docks.
28 After World War II ended, in the winter of 1946, he continued his graduate studies at the University of Illinois.
29 of over-consumption, as there is now." During World War II, officials noted skinny and under-nourished young men who enlisted from Appalachia and elsewhere.
30 During the terrible siege of Leningrad in World War II, for example, emaciated citizens, having eaten all the birds, dogs and rats in the city, finally resorted to feasting on their own kind.