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RENAISSANCE

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153) And, the rise of sublocal governmental institutions may itself have contributed to the recent urban rennaissance by enabling a more efficient provision of local government services.
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On changes in the nature of publishing houses in particular and on how that affected the types of literature available to a mass public, see GEORGE HUTCHINSON, THE HARLEM RENNAISSANCE IN BLACK AND WHITE 342-50 (1995).
The celebration by the UAE stemmed from the theme that the labourers in the country are partners in building the edifice of the economic and development rennaissance in UAE, which require everyone, the employers and others to do their best in granting their respective workers their rights in full as well as provide them the necessary care," Minister of Labour, Saqr Ghobash Saeed Ghobash said in a message.
The 'Better Together' Eyebright Award was awarded to a team of Plunket volunteers from Birkenhead on Auckland's North Shore who oversaw a rennaissance of Plunket in the area.
When Tom Draggoo and the Springfield Rennaissance Development Corporation scraped together $3 million to renovate a defunct cinema, they had no idea that they would wind up with a perfect venue for concerts, plays, debates and whatever else the community could think of.
Numerous links referenced in the textbook provide information on topics such as Italian Nobel Prize winners, the House of Savoy, Murano glass, Rennaissance condottieri and many more.
CME") (Nasdaq/Prague Stock Exchange: CETV) announced today that Michael Garin, Chief Executive Officer, will be presenting at the 18th NASDAQ Investor Program being held December 5-7, 2006 at The Rennaissance Chancery Court Hotel in London, England.
The burgeoning popularity of high quality mutton in restaurants, spearheaded by Prince Charles' Mutton Rennaissance group, does not seem to have been affected by the news.
Yorkshire is going through something of a rennaissance at the moment, what with The Kaiser Chiefs and Arctic Monkeys being hailed as the hottest thing since sliced bread.
It seems to me that your Glass Menagerie began a rennaissance of our theatre.