Residential schools and their legal aftermaths
are with us.
In the immediate aftermath
of the Civil War the crop lien became a widespread instrument of credit in a land shorn of capital.
A thorough, well-rehearsed plan for coping with the aftermath
of a detonation can help cities to reduce the devastating effects of a bomb, ensure maximum public safety, and return rapidly to normality.
Dubbed by some, the Hangover Decade, the 1970's were marked by rapidly rising prices as an aftermath
of the stimulative policies of the 1960's, unusually bad weather affecting the Nation's crops, a deal with the Soviet Union which tied up the country's two freezes and four phases of price controls-and, of course, a massive jump in oil prices twice engineered by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries.
On average, observers at any one Southern Hemisphere site may see the immediate aftermath
of four or five hits, while a northern observer might detect only one or two.
Moreover, when the researchers clamped and reopened the coronary artery in rats -- simulating a human heart attack and its aftermath
-- CR1 injections nearly halved the amount of heart muscle that died, they say.
The dam safety division was created in 1929 in the aftermath
of the 1928 St.
Dealing with the aftermath
of an affair can be daunting," said Cunningham.
Listeners will also find selections from new artists Joe Beast, Brooklyn, and Shaunta, all of whom are signed to Aftermath
IT was rock and roll for top Irish band The Aftermath
after they were involved in a serious crash.
Firecrews remained at the iconic Kingsway club, in Southport, yester day in the aftermath
of the blaze which raged for 12 hours.
The animated feature, Dead Space Aftermath
centers on the Aegis VII disaster and explores how the Government sends an unwitting crew of people to get exposed to Marker shards.