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The actions of Napoleon and Alexander, on whose words the event seemed to hang, were as little voluntary as the actions of any soldier who was drawn into the campaign by lot or by conscription.
It is generally assumed that, given any event, there is some one phenomenon which is THE cause of the event in question.
Besides, the recent events that had befallen her family had given Adelaida much to think about, especially the sad experiences of her younger sister.
At all events, I've had a good Russian cry over this poor fellow," she added, pointing to the prince, who had not recognized her in the slightest degree.
Caputo is not describing space-time, as Whitehead is, in terms of a cosmology of events rhythmically emergent out of the matrix of their relations.
Events and conferences are big business in Northern Ontario and not just for hotels and convention centres.
In fact, the tragic events of September 11, 2001, redefined the role and responsibilities of the U.
For instance, while some research has argued that events experienced in coordinate bilinguals' dominant language (L1) are better recalled and thus more accessible in that same language (Marian & Neisser, 2000) other research has reported that memories encoded in L1 are readily retrievable by coordinate bilinguals in L2 (Schrauf & Rubin, 2000).
From CPE seminars to ABC nights to golf tournaments, members from Weed to San Diego can register for all CalCPA chapter events online.
We had social events and dinners that were awesome.
In addition to lecture series, participants will have time for networking and recreational events.
Many athletic departments will waive admission on events "nobody wants to see.
Single events don't have enough information, so grouping related events together into incidents helps administrators understand the nature and scope of an attack or unwanted activity.
BizBash Idea Center (New York), a media company serving the special event, meeting and business entertainment community, has launched BizBash Event Style Reporter, a newspaper designed to encourage meeting and event professionals, marketers, and CEOs to book events in New York City.