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A primary study on the vicissitudinous mechanism of the socialcultural environment in the tourist destinations.
The child thus has his/her own decisive influence on this process which may become a lifelong vicissitudinous affair.
The papacy's fortunes had a direct and immediate impact upon every region, and its vicissitudinous history can serve as a barometer for developments from the Alps to the shores of Sicily.