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72) Bachin's purpose here is not so much to provide a detailed historical overview of the creation of the University of Chicago, although she does do that, but rather to show the ways in which contending elites held competing values whose ultimate resolution was reflected in both the built environment and the creation of a new public culture for Progressive-era America.
[3] As she wrote in her "Preface" to Contending Forces, the novel is a "simple, homely tale, unassumingly told, which cements the bonds of brotherhood among all classes and complexions.
Backed by TV preacher Pat Robertson's American Center for Law and Justice, he sued in state court, contending that this action violated his freedom of religion and free speech rights.
In addition to recommending LIFO termination, the Service also challenged the taxpayer's recharacterization of items included in the LIFO pool, contending that such a change constituted an accounting method change that required IRS consent.
Contending Forces (in full Contending Forces: A Romance Illustrative of Negro Life North and South) Novel by PAULINE HOPKINS, published in 1900.
Presumably, it is contending that because its ownership of Conoco was transitory, it never rose to the level of historic ownership.
Also this week, the General Accounting Office (GAO) released a report contending that methods used to gauge the U.S.
Despite review jurisdiction, advocate Sheikh started arguments on merits of the case contending that the entire proceeds and documents [produced in defence of Imran Khan] were in pieces and [comprised] documents of those banks were produced which had ended their operations since long.