Indiana University fraternity suspended amid allegations of assault, anti Semitic and racist slursA fraternity at Indiana University in Bloomington is under investigation for allegations of physical assault and anti Semitic and racial slurs, officials said. Campus police and the Monroe County Prosecutor Office are reviewing an incident that took place at the fraternity Friday night, […]

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Finding an ideal luxury resort in Nuevo Vallarta does not have to be difficult. Welcome to The Grand Bliss at Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta, a nice option for travelers like you. Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, a kitchenette, and air conditioning, and The Grand Bliss at Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta makes getting online easy as […]

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Even bearing in mind his contrary nature and love of peculiar left turns, Murray’s 2004 decision to follow his Oscar nominated role inLost in Translationby voicing the comic strip cat in his first CGI outing (tagline: “Get ready for frisky business”) caught many by surprise. This, remember, was a man who had previously turned down […]

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Still, the reluctance shown by Cox and Wermuth seems to be of a different kind. Here are a few examples:Cox and Wermuth (CW’15) write:” of our colleagues have derived a ‘causal calculus’ for the challengingprocess of inferring causality; see Pearl (2015). Likewise, the calculus is used, not for “inferring causality” (God forbid!!) but for predicting […]

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Jennifer Tinsley, Peter Boal, and Kathleen Tracey prove the point with studio demonstrations accompanied by the pianist Nancy McDill and violist Gabriel Schaff. (Tinsley, to my mind, steals the show, moving with streamlined grace through Balanchine’s patterns.) Jordan next explains the rudiments of twelve tone composition, though not serialism, as well as the aesthetic premises […]

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Quebec has enjoyed billions of dollars of oil revenues from the West, yet continues to get its crude oil from countries with dictatorships, poor human rights records, and poor environmental laws. Bombardier gets hundreds of millions of dollars from the Liberal government. Quebec is given $13.2 billion of the $19.1 billion equalization grant. A microcontroller), […]

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Pickfair has been listed for sale at $60 million. Designed by California architect Wallace Neff in 1919 and named after its original residents silent film actors Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford the house was once a hunting lodge. To have its own swimming pool. New Musicology, with its attention to issues of identity in the […]

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A world dominated by atheism would look like a world without the mosque where millions feel content in, without synagogues that millions reflect on their character in, a world without freedom of believing in a very, very personal idea of death (and whatever happens afterwards), etc, etc, etc.If I had my way with ruling a […]

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Beethoven composed a cadenza in his own style for Mozart’s Piano Concerto in D Minor, K. 466; Edwin Fischer took off into “late Romantic chromatic fantasies of a post Wagnerian sort” in the 1930s.9 The “standard” violin cadenzas of Joseph Joachim and Fritz Kreisler were written in a Romantic idiom. Apap’s cadenza thus comes in […]

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