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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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10 /PRNewswire/ -- BBK Worldwide, the industry leader in clinical trial patient recruitment, announces the January 2007 release of Reinventing Patient Recruitment: Revolutionary Ideas for Clinical Trial Success, the definitive guide to planning, implementing, and evaluating recruitment strategies and campaigns globally.
In the 225 years since that time, the Declaration's revolutionary ideas of equality and representative government have inspired popular rebellions against tyranny all over the world.
Instead, it is pushed by revolutionary ideas and thoughts.
Here he uses Walter Benjamin, less for revolutionary ideas than for epistemological ones.
If the left truly wants to get involved with this debate, it should offer some revolutionary ideas such as forming unions for the working poor, insisting on day care availability, health insurance, paid vacations, a way to pursue grievances, a way to hold private companies accountable to their employees, and a livable minimum wage.
Manchester United have gained a lot of attention by introducing a zip to their shirt but we have no revolutionary ideas out of respect for history.
In his anxiety to rehabilitate the Victorians as rational, sensual heterosexuals, Mason overstates the power of pre-Victorian revolutionary ideas about rationalism and human perfectibility.
The concepts of managing for sustained yield and protecting the long-term productivity of soil and water resources were revolutionary ideas at the time.
A related problem was Winnicott's fear that he might be ostracized by classical analysts because of his frequently revolutionary ideas.
Of the choice Duplin said "We look for innovators who have the passion, curiosity and tenacity to change the world with their revolutionary ideas.
His open expression of revolutionary ideas, however, was not without its share of consequences.

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