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1 Why do revolutions happen, he asks, and what happens to them?
2 But for all its confusion, the aftermath of the rose and orange revolutions still offers plenty of evidence to counter such defeatism.
3 Like all revolutions, this one has come with the destruction of some knowledge, and suffers from extremism and herding.
4 Rather, it begins in prehuman times and concludes on the eve of the American and French Revolutions.
5 The proposals are not new, a number of them have been acted upon in one form or another, others are underway-no university that I know of is oblivious to the revolutions of network and Web.
6 both countries "colour revolutions" (Georgia's, in November 2003, was rose-tinted, and Ukraine's, a year later, was of an orange hue) have had confusing consequences.
7 Of course, civilians are suffering and dying in other revolutions in the Arab world.
8 But the most unfortunate are those whose revolutions have succeeded.
9 Yet for all their drama, and despite the satisfaction of seeing hated rulers fall, the revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia have had to struggle to maintain momentum.
10 The anomaly noticed by Einstein kicked off one of the greatest revolutions in our understanding of the fabric of the universe.
11 postcolonial theory, analyzes and discusses, among other things, orientalism, strategies of discursive revolutions, and a blueprint for an ideal culture.
12 In the eyes of Libyans emerging from their long trauma, the future looks far brighter for them than for other Arab neighbours after their revolutions.
13 Some Eurocrats bravely argue that the EU's soft power softened up Arab regimes: EU-driven telecoms reforms, they say, helped the Twitter and Facebook revolutions.
14 recent revolutions, it should be recalled, started with the self-immolation of a Tunisian fruit vendor, who was harassed and insulted by the authorities.
15 This is why they never leave the human crucible, plunging into the seething soul of revolutions.
16 Einstein's theory of relativity was one of the great revolutions of 20th-century thought, and arguably the greatest theoretical construct of the human mind.
17 Julia: I heard that he started four scientific revolutions.
18 We will support those revolutions with fidelity to our ideals, with the power of our example, and with an unwavering belief that all human beings deserve to live with freedom and dignity.
19 A plaque marks the exact location of where the battle began against the revolution's uglier face.
20 The revolutions spread from one point to another. They interacted to a limited extent.... the drama of each revolution unfolded separately. Each had its own heroes, its own crises.
21 However, if you look at the most extreme examples, you might as well give up; all private property rights were damaged by the Russian and Chinese revolutions.
22 Floods in Pakistan and Australia, an export ban from India and now the wave of revolutions across the Middle East has made cotton unaffordable.
23 The history of revolutions is full of such examples.
24 of these revolutions is that they have been almost entirely home-grown.
25 hunger has historically been an instigator of revolutions and civil wars, it is not a sufficient condition for such violence.
26 Perhaps Iran cannot be an exception to the rule that revolutions devour themselves.
27 information and Internet revolutions, and you have a series of historical changes that have produced a single global system, far more integrated and faster-moving than ever before.
28 Okay, so he bites it at the very end of Matrix Revolutions, but in the twisty world of the Matrix, is he really dead?
29 in human population occurred in the last two centuries of the LIA because of the Industrial and Agricultural revolutions, especially in Europe.
30 More impressively, the motor's 400 Newton-metres (295 lb-ft) of torque is available from rest to nearly 6,000 revolutions per minute.