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RENAISSANCE

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One such program, School Renaissance, promises to improve academic achievement for all children using proven teaching methods and technology for using on-going formative evaluation data.
WASHINGTON, July 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Renaissance Hotels & Resorts is making it easier for travelers to be "green" and save some green, by offering complimentary parking to all guests who drive hybrid cars.
Different cultural representations emerged, shaping Renaissance subjectivity; the body, particularly the Ovidian body, was considered an excess in its representation.
Mishkin's study lays side by side the basic features of the Irish Renaissance and the Harlem Renaissance, particularly with respect to issues of literary language and the use of "folk" culture.
Challenging the assumption "that translation is a 'marginal' and 'feminine' activity," Trill reminds us that "translation was central to the Renaissance and it formed a significant part of men's education"; further, "the psalms were regarded as a crucial discourse for the construction of Christian subjectivity during this period" (199).
Renaissance Mark had worked with Radius Solutions before and was impressed with Radius' level of professionalism during a period in which they were implementing other software solutions.
It is clear from the works that have been examined in this essay that Catholicism in the Renaissance was a vastly more multi-faceted, complex, and diverse force within society than has traditionally been assumed.
Shot entirely in Harlem, New York, Renaissance commemorates a classic period in history and spotlights Lincoln's heritage in the African American community.
James Haar, The Science and Art of Renaissance Music.
Robert Farrell, CEO of Renaissance, commented: "It is indeed an honor to have been chosen by HMC to provide chronic kidney disease management for its WellPoint participating members.
Paul Oskar Kristeller's interpretation of Renaissance humanism as a "characteristic phase in what may be called the rhetorical tradition in Western culture" [1] has exercised an enormous influence on Renaissance studies.
Renaissance CEO, Robert Farrell commented: "It is indeed an honor to have been chosen by GHI to provide chronic kidney disease management to its members.