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Brown had been willing to countenance this but Grafton took this as an affront to the legitimacy of his own orders as a bishop.

It was a greater affront to the General-in-chief than the king was likely to understand, but it could not shake the old soldier's loyalty.

Mamma Roma (1962),
Age in culture.

"Challenging the Culture of Affluence.” Independent School.

Great Depression Along with many other industries and institutions the mining industry, long a major contributor to the affluence of the Alta Club, was hard hit by the depression of the 1930s.

Sy has done their photos for years and, over time, has developed an obsession with the family; he idolizes their happiness and affluence, memorizes every personal detail about them that he can learn, and finally begins to stalk them.

With post war affluence brought new mediums of entertainment and new ways of telling stories and the oral tradition was overlooked for many years.

The company brought a degree of affluence to the island.

"Setting aside our ‘right' to affluence while there are still those who live in abject poverty, we desire to be a relevant yet prophetic voice in a world preoccupied with self." However due to the increasing affluence of this community in the recent years, this is no longer a hindrance to their social interaction and mixing with other communities.

Amidst social trends of urbanization and suburbanization, geographical mobility, and economic affluence, problems of adjustment and anxieties over status and 'acceptance' were ever-present.

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