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revolution

one complete rotation of a body or object about an axis. Measured as 360° or 2π radians.
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Sophistical type of questions and inquiries having no value to that great revolution which people considered a treasure added to the stockpiled of the revolutionary struggle of the Sudanese people.
We are seeing a great revolution in the adoption of technology within ag, and the rate of this adoption will accelerate.
The condition of the world at that time presented the gloomiest picture ever of human history, but with the arrival of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), a great revolution came in the lives of humans.
This was a great revolution," Hazem El-Beblawi said at a Davos World Economic Forum seminar.
He expressed hope that the Tunisian nation's great revolution would reach its goals.
That way we feel the teaching methods need to undergo a great revolution, if we want our children to get full benefit from their learning, right from play school stage.
Through the great Revolution of June 30th, they were in shock as they didn't expect Egyptian people to turn on them and put a stop to their ideologies; as a result they revolted in such a brutal manner and revealed their true colors," she continued.
To protect them, look after them and to give them the kind of respect you expect them to give you will be the beginning of our great revolution," said Dikshit.
It continues losing credibility and public support in the street day after day, because of their contradictory policies and turning against the goals of the great Revolution of January 25.
He added that Iran s oil refineries and petrochemical complexes would see a valuable and great revolution in exploitation of domestic knowledge and capabilities by utilizing Iranian made catalysts.
By Matovu Muhammad Idris A great revolution does not crumble, likewise a strong tyrannical dictatorial regime can never hurtle without the cause having not emerged from within, before it can emerge from without.
They saluted the souls of leaders of the Syrian Great Revolution against the French occupation, on top Sultan Basha al-Atrash and his colleagues Yousef al-Azmeh, Sheikh Saleh al-Ali and Hassan al-Kharat.