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In mid-May 2012 the crisis and impossibility to form a new coalition government after elections, led to strong speculation Greece would have to leave the Eurozone. The potential exit became known as "Grexit" and started to affect international market behavior. A second election in mid-June, ended with the formation of a new government supporting a continued adherence to the main principles outlined by the signed bailout ...
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The relationship between mental health disorders-such as anxiety and depression-and thyroid disorders is well known in the medical community. Further studies are required to assess whether there may be links between radiation, low-level thyroid disruption and mood disorders.
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... both a bad quarto and an early draft (i.e. a reported text based upon a staging of an early draft of the play); The Contention is an anonymous source for 2 Henry VI. Originally, the bad quarto theory was generally accepted by scholars. First suggested by Samuel Johnson in the original edition of The Plays of William Shakespeare (1765), it remained the predominant theory until challenged by Edmond Malone in The Plays and Poems of William Shakespeare (1790), favouring the ...
... almost impossible.(p540) Grafton wrote that it had been said that nearly 70% of the population were foreigners or descendants of foreigners. Grafton also listed Swedes, Belgians, Norwegians, Danes, Icelanders, Bulgarians, Italians, Greeks, and Armenians.
Grafton wrote that if the Episcopal Church was Catholic in its doctrine and worship it certainly could reach members of those several nationalities and supply their spiritual needs.
... about the situation that had stuck in my mind - she questioned what mothers would make of the situation. For Russian mothers their sons might die for Putin's ideology; for Ukrainian mothers their son might die to defend their country. We saw a group of police in blue camouflage uniforms getting into buses, young men in green camouflage uniforms were kissing each other goodbye at the train station. Street musicians were playing violins ...