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"Aftermaths" is a book by Stanley Nyamfukudza.
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by Nigel Smith
That the later chapters of this book have run to a few considerations of Restoration and early eighteenth-century aftermaths is a testimony to the unsegmentable continuity of history. The march of history can, however, function as a kind of ...
by Helena Swan
Aftermaths of pleasant green Bind the earth in emerald bands. John Davidson, Ballads of Songs: Autumn. II.. st . 1.
by Emmanuel Sampath Nelson
Also scrutinized are the psychological aftermaths of camp life on Nisei Japanese Americans like Sone herself and how they internalized racialized victimization. Daniel Inouye (1924- ) wrote Journey to Washington (1967), with the assistance ...
by Mehmet Odekon
The aftermaths of the two economic downturns are more pronounced for poor people. It creates more poverty and the inability of the poor to move out of poverty . The 1929 Great Depression began with the stock market crash of Black Tuesday ...
by David Robertson
the lines: Since claritysuggests simplicity, And since thesimple thingishere inapt We choose obscuritiesoftongue andtouch, The darker side oflanguage, Hinted at in conversations close to quarrel, Conceived within the mind in aftermaths.
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Scrabble value of A1F4T1E1R1M3A1T1H4S1
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