But deeper feelings were at work among the Bohemian people than those of anger. The faith which had produced so noble a martyr was compared with the faith which had immolated him, and the contrast was found to be in no wise to the advantage of the latter. The doctrines which Huss had taught were […]

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We included 13 trials involving 514 participants. There was a significant effect of treatment on subjective reports of memory in the short term (standard mean difference (SMD) 0.36, 95% confidence interval (CI) 0.08 to 0.64, P = 0.01, moderate quality of evidence), but not the long term (SMD 0.31, 95% CI 0.02 to 0.64, P […]

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The Spring Game has all the players, tailgating, coaches, great fans, crowd participation, cheerleaders, mascots and, really what the kids care about, OPEN CONCESSION STANDS.This year, as I mentioned, was one for the record books. UGA new coach challenged the fans to fill the stadium, 93KDay, and they did it and then some. So, this […]

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Our analysis finds three key ways responsibility is mitigated through climate change talk: scepticism towards the scientific evidence surrounding climate change; placing responsibility on the ‘distant other’ through a nationalistic discourse; and presenting CO2 as ‘plant food’. The implications of these ways of thinking about climate change are discussed with a focus on how this […]

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This Was the Most Horrific Battle at the Battle of the BulgeShortly after 10:30 am on December 19, 1944, 26 year old Major William Desobry picked up his field telephone, called his combat commander, Colonel William Roberts, and asked if he could withdraw from the Belgian village of Noville. Desobry had been holding off the […]

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