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This reprieve for conductors was due to continued use of the famous Routemaster bus.

Closing and reprieve Edwin Torres, a parishioner who was married in the church and whose four children were baptized there, has been a leader in the fight to save St. Brigid's The church's main
in the summer of 1949 and were quickly filled with political prisoners brought from jails from throughout the country.

As the repression began to bite, the United Irishmen decided to go ahead with an insurrection without French help.

Armed resistance in Matabeleland was met with bloody government repression.

The following repression from the Greek state was in accord with a European state agreement, a fact that can be proved from several diplomatic papers.

In a neo-liberal world suffering from environmental degradation, poverty, hunger, repression, a 'planet of slums' (in the graphic phrase of Mike Davis ), the Pope chooses to insult the founder of a rival faith.

In late February 2007, neo-Nazi activists attacked Larissa Shukailo, the head of the Mogilyov branch of the Belarusian Association for Victims of Political repression.

The Wesleyan leadership's measures to evade repression led to the imposition of greater internal discipline.

Panel (a) shows repression, (b) shows induction by IPTG, and (c) and (d) show the effect of a mutation to the lacI gene or to the operator, respectively.

As Freud (1959/1926) wrote, “The action undertaken to protect repression is observable in analytic treatment as resistance.

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