(32) The Free Will, American, and Missionary Baptists all have recent official histories
According to this logic, individuals should write their own histories
, or record the events of their lives, like a masterful Rinehart or Trueblood, who slips outside of history and into a mask to manipulate or take advantage of a given historical context, to define his own identity.
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This requires segmenting policyholders into groups with similar credit histories
and studying the relationship between these policyholder groups and their subsequent loss experience.
My point, simply stated, is that there are certain motives and compulsions, that have affected the Orientalist reception and presentation of Oriental histories
, which are not purely imperial.
As the 1993 case in northern Ohio illustrates, criminal histories
can prove valuable for identifying and prosecuting repeat offenders.
We have 19 oral histories
from Kaiser Permanente, but that still only covers the leaders.
Earl Caldwell, a Hampton University professor, former New York Times reporter and New York Daily News columnist and a founding director of the institute, has been recording the oral histories
and preparing them for public use.
Reacting to this preoccupation with ideology, Grene argues that Shakespeare's serial histories
were as much a response to market pressures and theatrical practice as they were to Tudor propaganda or post-Armada politics.
In the video, Dion declares the whole practice to be "like an archaeological discovery" in which treasures and histories
can be found under the top layer of paint ("one artwork discovered under another").
In Arrowhead, a short drama-cum-documentary, Ray Bud (Don McKellar) is our deadpan tour guide through his personal suburban Toronto history, imagining the long-buried histories
of those--native tribes or mastodons--who once strode through the primeval swamps of Thorncliffe Park before him.
Added to this is the way in which the way the histories
of imperial role have tended to map on to the division of labor of colonial scholarship in Middle East studies.