Unitarianism is historically the dominant interpretive tradition.
Historically, there were several important class divisions in Kuwait.
The impact of attending a historically black college was unparalleled.
Prestige is another factor, especially for a nation that historically dominated astronomy but is now seen as the world’s factory.
Historically in the West illegitimate children were totally excluded from inheritance.
Historically, urbanization has brought problems as well as prosperity to the Empire State.
Historically, Capitol Hill culture historically isn't especially adept at self-care.
Historically, erroneous ontological claims have contributed to and been used to justify social oppression.
While inflation expectations have historically trended above real inflation, such expectations can be a self-fulfilling prophesy.
Comparisons to foreign dictatorships, even when well intentioned or historically grounded, often do open the door to essentialism.
Historically the Larrakia people called this area home with evidence suggesting the Aboriginals had inhabited here for thousands of years.
As many have noted before me, the bureau has historically been a right-wing institution that uses its power to intimidate those it views as a threat.
Such linguistic homogeneity is rare in sub-Saharan Africa and emphasizes the historically close cultural and ethnic ties among the peoples in Burundi.
“A Subtlety” uses a familiar festivalist-art recipe: to wit, take a historically freighted figure or motif and remake it, enlarged if possible, in a historically freighted material.
Bringing up the rear of the polling were reduced tuition at historically Black colleges and universities (24%) and free tuition at historically Black colleges and universities (14%).
Along with women- and minority-owned firms, Building Engines will also track historically underutilized (HUB) businesses, which are small firms headquartered in"historically underutilized business zones" including Native American lands and other parts of the US.
"Investors should keep in mind that market valuations stand nearly three times the historically run-of-the-mill valuation levels from which stocks have historically generated run-of-the-mill long-term returns," he penned in a recent client note, adding italics for emphasis.
…into an autonomous region of China (Inner Mongolia) and the independent country Mongolia (historically called Outer Mongolia)—which lies at the eastern end of what was throughout history a great corridor of migration between northeastern China (historically called Manchuria) and Hungary.
More generally, it must be said that Sidgwick, under the influence of Hegel and other historically-minded philosophers, did not claim that he was impartially addressing all historically important methods of ethics, but only those that in his estimate had become the live options as humanity had progressed (Schultz 2013, 2014).
Known historically as a significant educational, ecclesiastical, and newspaper publishing centre, Potchefstroom is the seat of several secondary schools and of North-West University, established in 2004 by the merger of the historically white Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education and the historically black University of North-West.
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Known historically as a significant educational ecclesiastical and newspaper publishing centre Potchefstroom is the seat of several secondary schools and of North-West University established in 2004 by the merger of the historically white Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education and the historically black University of North-West