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gilles Perrault, Le Livre Noir du Capitalisme (1998) Communists also reject the notion that the Soviet Union was a communist country.

This is opposed to the notion of the individual self which seeks its own solution independently of competing external ideologies.

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noteworthy mission by the P-40 and Spitfire groups.

Of the books on the Buddhist and the Jain faiths, the most noteworthy is the Jivaka-chintamani by the Jain ascetic Thirutakkadevar composed in the tenth century.

But his determination was noteworthy.

However, it is noteworthy that the expansion process was dominated by males, as is shown by a greater contribution to the Y-chromosome than the mtDNA from northern Hans to southern Hans.

g4 TV editor Matt Kiel stated that Travis is an especially noteworthy aspect of the quality plot, adding that while he's amoral and a jerk, he is one of the most likable video game characters in a long time.

Years in Switzerland and "Jazzaar concerts" Jazzaar Concerts 2006 1999 was a turning point when Renold quit touring to stay with his family, with one noteworthy exception.

He also devised novel processes, noteworthy among these is the extraction of residual coconut oil by chemical, rather than by physical processes.

It is noteworthy that Embassy Chess uses a starting position identical to grand Chess adapted to a 10x8 board.

Scale-free networks are noteworthy because many empirically observed networks appear to be scale-free, including the protein networks, citation networks, and some social networks.

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