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Aroused by the November Revolution* and concerned with publicizing their ideas, several architects, artists, writers, critics, and musicians formed the Novembergruppe on 3 December 1918. Led initially by Max Pechstein and Ce´sar Klein (both painters), the group invited ‘‘Expressionists, Cubists, Futurists'' to produce a new art for a new time. Many members were also associated with the Arbeitsrat fu¨r Kunst.* In all,...

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Apocalyptic literature

A kind of literature in JUDAISM, CHRISTIANITY, and GNOSTICISM. An apocalyptic book is called an apocalypse. The best known apocalypse is the NEW TESTAMENT book of REVELATION. The word "apocalyptic" comes from a Greek word that means "to uncover," thus "to reveal something that is hidden." The second meaning is a good indication of what apocalyptic literature does. Apocalyptic literature provides knowledge to which people otherwise would not...

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(early third century B.C.E.–c. 232 B.C.E.) the third and last great emperor of the Maurya dynasty in India He is known for propagating DHARMA (Sanskrit for "right order") throughout his realm. Asoka distinguished himself early in his career by conquering the Kalingas, a people living in northeast India. The conquest of this people gave him sovereignty over almost the entire Indian subcontinent and ushered in an...

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Diet and religion

Religious regulations about what people may eat and drink. Most religions order and regulate what people eat and drink. Sometimes they make eating and drinking into RITUALS. Examples include the Japanese tea ceremony and the Christian EUCHARIST. Sometimes they teach their adherents to slaughter animals in special ways or dedicate food to religious beings or for religious purposes. That is, they SACRIFICE and make offerings. Sometimes...

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From the Hebrew Hawwah, perhaps related to the word for "living"; the name of the mother of all human beings in JUDAISM and in religions it has inspired. In the BIBLE Eve appears in the second and third chapters of Genesis. There she is created from the rib of ADAM as a companion for him. It is she who fi rst listens to...

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||Very little of Comte’s Law of Three Stages has escaped criticism. In part, Comte encouraged this by his claims concerning its philosophical importance and the major role that he took it to play in his system. True, he emphasized that the different sciences moved through the three stages at different rates and at different...

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Brunner, Emil

Emil Brunner was one of the most influential Protestant theologians of the twentieth century. He was a minister of the Swiss Reformed Church, a professor at the University of Zurich, and held distinguished lectureships in England, the USA and Japan. He joined the 'dialectical school' early in his career, but tried to rehabilitate natural theology, which led to a rift with...

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That is an interesting analogy. Especially when you remember that there are Phillips and Flat blade screw drivers. They also come in a wide variety of sizes, for jobs as small as watches and glasses to as big as trains and cargo ships. Modern English has more words than any other language. If there...

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SOFIE’S HEART (Hannibal Lecter Fanfiction)   It was summer 1984. She didn’t know why it happened. A simple thought crossed her mind and that was all. When it was done, she couldn’t remember when she had decided to act but she had. She was smiling and proud of what she achieved. The blood was spreading so fast on the ground. She...

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Stress (psychology).

Stress (psychology). I INTRODUCTION Stress (psychology), an unpleasant state of emotional and physiological arousal that people experience in situations that they perceive as dangerous or threatening to their well-being. The word stress means different things to different people. Some people define stress as events or situations that cause them to feel tension, pressure, or negative emotions such as anxiety and anger. Others view...

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Mental Health.

Mental Health. I INTRODUCTION Mental Health, a psychological state of well-being, characterized by continuing personal growth, a sense of purpose in life, self-acceptance, and positive relations with others. Some people define mental health as the absence of mental illness, but many psychologists consider this definition too narrow. Mental health can also refer to a field of study encompassing both mental health and mental...

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Executive Branch.

Executive Branch. I INTRODUCTION Executive Branch, the branch of the United States government devoted to administering and enforcing the country's laws. The country's laws are written by the legislative branch (Congress), approved by the president of the United States, and subject to interpretation by the judicial branch. The executive branch has 15 major departments and scores of separate agencies. Executive branch agencies, departments, and...

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Animal Behavior - biology.

Animal Behavior - biology. I INTRODUCTION Animal Behavior, the way different kinds of animals behave, which has fascinated inquiring minds since at least the time of Plato and Aristotle. Particularly intriguing has been the ability of simple creatures to perform complicated tasks--weave a web, build a nest, sing a song, find a home, or capture food--at just the right time with little or...

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Weed - biology.

Weed - biology. I INTRODUCTION Weed, term applied to any plant that grows where it is not wanted. A weed is usually characterized by rapid growth, and it typically replaces other, more desirable plants. Some plants, such as crabgrass, are considered weeds everywhere they grow, but many plants are considered weeds in some regions and not in others. For example, the shrub lantana...

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Exercise. I INTRODUCTION Exercise, activity that results in contraction of skeletal muscle. The term is usually used in reference to any activity that promotes physical fitness. Although muscle contraction is the common element of all forms of exercise, many other organs and systems are affected, for example, the heart and lungs. Many people also find that regular exercise enhances their sense of mental...

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Line (geometry).

Line (geometry). Line (geometry), a series of adjacent points that extends to infinity in two directions. Although the word line can be used to refer to any stroke on paper, a line is usually considered to be straight, meaning that all of its points lie in a row. The edge of a ruler, infinitely extended, is a good approximation of...

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Determinant. Determinant, mathematical notation consisting of a square array of numbers or other elements between two vertical bars; the value of the expression is determined by its expansion according to certain rules. Determinants were first investigated by the Japanese mathematician Takakazu Seki(also known as Seki Kowa) about 1683 and independently by the German philosopher and mathematician Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz about 1693....

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Conic Sections.

Conic Sections. Conic Sections, in geometry, two-dimensional curves produced by slicing a plane through a three-dimensional right circular conical surface. This surface is similar to two hollow cones held tip to tip. If the plane cuts the surface at right angles to the surface's axis (a line passing through the exact center of the cones), a circle is produced. A slice...

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Associative Property (mathematics).

Associative Property (mathematics). Associative Property (mathematics), trait of mathematical operations that are independent of grouping applied to the numbers involved. Grouping symbols such as parentheses () appear in expressions and equations to indicate that the operation within the parentheses should be performed first. The operation of addition, for example, is associative because the value of 7 + (1 + 5) is...

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Frederick Douglass

Frederick Douglass Frederick Douglass is the first black slave become a politician, a philosopher and a writer. Born in 1817 on a plantation in the state of Maryland, he realized that reading and writing were going to be his pathway to freedom and success. At the age of twelve, he is sent to serve the brother of the son-in-law...

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