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... countries in the Eurozone, most importantly Germany.
In April 2010, on top of the news about the recorded adverse deficit and debt data for 2008 and 2009, the national account data revealed the Greek economy had also been hit by three distinct recessions (Q3-Q4 2007, Q2-2008 until Q1-2009, and a third starting in Q3-2009). When this negative news package was received by credit rating agencies, in particular the onset of a third ongoing recession in ...
... from Chernobyl that the psychological consequences are enormous. Life expectancy of the evacuees dropped from 65 to 58 years -- not [predominately] because of cancer, but because of depression, alcoholism and suicide. Relocation is not easy, the stress is very big. We must not only track those problems, but also treat them. Otherwise people will feel they are just guinea pigs in our research.
A survey by the Iitate, Fukushima local government obtained responses ...
... federal government recognizes legally performed same-sex marriages, regardless of the current state of residence.[discuss]
2 Only select jurisdictions within Kansas issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples; same-sex marriage is not recognized by the state government.[discuss]
3 Same-sex marriages are performed in three jurisdictions in Missouri. All legal same-sex marriages are recognized by the state government. The state's ...
... Another adaptation followed in 1817, J.H. Merivale's Richard Duke of York; or the Contention of York and Lancaster, which used material from all three Henry VI plays, but removed everything not directly related to York. The earliest known production of the Shakespearean 2 Henry VI was on 23 April 1864 at the Surrey Theatre, directed by James Anderson.
Evidence: it is known that True Tragedy (i.e. 3 Henry VI) was on stage by June 1592. It is also known ...
... foreign population drifting from the old moorings in the unrest of our American life.(p158)
A feature of area was the number of nationalities represented; Shea described the Roman Catholic Diocese of Green Bay as one where the faithful were poor, scattered, and spoke too many languages. The bishop had to find priests able to give instructions and hear confessions in English, French, German, Holland Dutch, Walloon, Bohemian, Polish, and Menominee, a nation ...