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It also perpetuates the right of return narrative in order to eliminate the state of Israel, therefore UNRWA must become a thing of the past," Netanyahu said.
The most prestigious award given by Rubber Division, ACS, was established in 1941 to perpetuate the memory of Charles Goodyear as the discoverer of the vulcanization of rubber, by honoring individuals for outstanding invention, innovation or development which has resulted in a significant change or contribution to the nature of the rubber industry.
It is that they perpetuate the same lies and are constantly trying to rewrite their history, portraying white people as bad men.
One matter is clear: individually and collectively, we are active participants of a global-scale, socio-cultural and economic system that perpetuates, and is dependent upon, vast infrastructures.
Some opponents of charter school education maintain that this type of insular learning actually perpetuates the stratification of society.
Since the literary discussion ignores such visual and verbal genres as fine art, postcards, figurines, political cartoons, advertisements, children's literature, periodicals, and so on, that also perpetuate the notion of mythic southern distinctiveness, why not also include an analysis of literary works by black writers?
They may be smoked, drunk in teas, used as capsules of tinctures, or even chewed Another part of quitting is to analyze relapse triggers and figure out how to avoid them, so you may want to choose not to smoke your herbs if you feel this practice will perpetuate your habit.
Reporting misinformation about the white population, Patterson warns, is divisive and perpetuates the "stigmatization of those Americans who will never be 'white.
But right here in Santa Clarita, an attempt to instill fear into members of the gay community perpetuates itself even today.
No rigorous evidence is yet in hand to support the theory that the same population of vector ticks perpetuates different European spirochetal genospecies differentially in particular kinds of reservoir hosts.
Opportunity hoarding perpetuates inequality when it becomes a tool of exploitation as in the case of white South Africans who obtained privileged access to skilled jobs in mining and in industry.
On one side is the socialization process that perpetuates the hegemonic racial and social norms that lie within educational institutions.