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Russell also stresses that the horoscope cast by an astrologer at Henry's birth shows that he was "predestined to devote himself both to making 'great and noble conquests and to the uncovering of secrets previously hidden from men'" [15].
Is the key dependent on whether the individual devotes a majority of his time to general tax matters?
CMCA is the only organization in China, which devotes itself to the mobile communications industry.
Since "Menippeanism" has resisted most attempts at definition, Blanchard devotes much of his study to rectifying this problem.
She devotes separate chapters to the ethnic division of labor and to the labor of women.
Once again religious broadcasters use much less time in fund raising and promotion than commercial television devotes to advertising," said Winzenburg.
Sodometries also devotes no discussion to the long-standing cultural claim that same-sex sexuality was "unspeakable" (first officially voiced, as far as we know now, in the twelfth century, in Peter Cantor's De Vitio Sodomitico), a vital piece of data from gay history that, if mentioned, might make Goldberg's overall argument look like a self-fulfilling prophecy.
In his new position, Mautner will be responsible for MFRI's day-to-day operations, while Unger will devotes his attention to special projects, corporate strategy and longer term considerations
The Stamps/Coins area devotes content sections to Coins, Stamps/Covers, Exonumia, Currency and Tokens; and the Glass/Pottery macro features Bottles, Porcelain, Glass, Paperweights and Pottery among its sub-categories.