The Event Chronicle
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2 In modern times, that is since about the middle of the twentieth century, the Sun has shown increasing signs of agitation, of variability, of erratic behaviour, of “mood swings,” the likes of which have not occurred since the solar outbursts that ended the last ice age. And the solar outbursts of circa 9700 bce and the succeeding millennia were orders of magnitude greater than the 1859 Carrington Event. Prior to 9700 bce sophisticated culturescivilisation – had developed (witnessed dramatically by the archaeological remains found at Göbekli Tepe in southeastern Turkey). This early cycle of civilisation was devastated by the solar outbursts of circa 9700 bce and a solar-induced dark age (or SIDA for short, an acronym coined by my wife Catherine Ulissey) ensued for thousands of years until civilisation fully re-emerged in places such as Mesopotamia and Egypt during the period of circa 4000 bce to 3000 bce.
BBC News 24
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not sure Johnny coined the phrase, get down, Shep. I think that came up in a song. Johnny used.
BBC News 24
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He was very sad when patch, his dog, died. He picked up some poison we think when filming. Shep was a unique dog. I'm not sure Johnny coined the phrase, get down, Shep
The Event Chronicle
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Highly obedient or deeply compromised Medical examiners (coroners) are used who falsely list the deaths as suicides, even though all the evidence shows blatant acts of murder. This methodology became a way of life in Arkansas for the “Dixie Mafia” which had become deputized by the CIA as agents of “National Security” and used to cover up for the Clintons and the GHWB authorized crimes of the CIA’s Mena Arkansas drug pipeline. Thus the termArkencide” was coined to represent these “impossible suicides” later used by the FBI, the CIA, the DOD and various contractors deputized under national security. What American Super Fascism is, and how it functions as a secret Globalist NWO run by 147 large interlocked International Corporations mostly linked to G7 nations which share many of the same Board of Directors and Intel agents from their nationsvarious Intel agencies.
WhoWhatWhy
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This idea that America was unique also was very influential in the 19th century with the concept of manifest destiny which was that the United States had essentially, a God given right to expand westwards and take over land from Mexico or Native American tribes in view of building a great nation. What's interesting is that these ideas, even though they have ... they evoke what people think about today in terms of American Exceptionalism, of American superiority, they were not called American Exceptionalists. The phrase American Exceptionalism is actually coined or promoted by American communists in the 1920s to refer to how America is different, how it's a next exception within the Western world. Then that term was used by academics later on to analyze the ways in which America is very different. What we see today is that there are many different facets of American Exceptionalism that have contributed to the nation's extraordinary polarization; very peculiar views of looking at the government.
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Sky News
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Love MCR' organisation coined this as the design and became the symbol of Manchester. I knew as soon as I heard this news am I knew that people were going to want something to rally around. I will hold it, it's fine. OK. I knew they would want something to hold up and to work with
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BBC Radio London
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hornady Society didn't cause that man to do that atrocious sing on Monday evening he was a member of a death cult that actively wants to kill people who are not of his kind that coined being a radical islamist ah I don't think that we should over analyse this stuff we should just concentrate on defeating them when does Soho nail bomber David Copeland was convicted I don't remember lots of Liberal hand wringing going on about Society being to blame at back then he was rightly Condemned as a Nazi and a racist yeah I get that for honestly then when one person does one horrible thing you get it but if we had 8 people killing gays in and around the UK.
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Tavares coined the phraselaunch and leave’ – the practice of not executing a vehicle’s launch properly – which he said is “not successful”. Read more: PSA confirms Vauxhall and Opel deal , DS 7 Crossback makes public debut - with French president on board
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instead of the Conservatives. But there is no doubt the U-turn of 2017 will have a lasting impact on how Theresa May is perceived. A former Conservative speech writer who coined the phrase dementia.
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The Conservatives have actually used those words too (albeit in inverted commas) to counter the criticism. The party paid for a Google advert that read: The so-calleddementia tax’ – get the real facts. The Spectator (the right-leaning magazine once edited by Boris Johnson) claims to have coined the term in reference to the Tory manifesto, not the Labour Party.
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The word suffrage means right to vote, and the Daily Mail coined the term suffragette as an insult about the militant women who campaigned to get the vote
Global Research
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Drang nach Osten has several translations into English: yearning for the East, thrust toward the East, push eastward, drive toward the East It was a term coined in the 19th century to designate German expansion into Slavic lands. The concept ...
Autocar
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At the same moment, the Racemo was also revealed in a virtual domain online, as a new competitor in Microsoft’s Forza Horizon 3 game for the Xbox, downloadable (and customisable) via a special website. On top of everything, it was proposed as India’s first connected car, capable of transferring data as needed, using analytics to aid driver decisions and able to ‘talk’ to cars around it. A new word – ‘phygital’ – has been coined for projects like this, and the Racemo’s twin instigators, Tata head of advanced and product engineering Tim Leverton and head of design Pratap Bose, believe it’s the beginning of something very big. Autocar met the pair a couple of weeks ago at Tata’s European design and engineering HQ on the outskirts of Coventry, a stone’s throw from Jaguar’s former Browns Lane HQ. “There are two ways of owning this car,” explains Leverton.
Daily Mail - USA
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In Harry Potter, to 'disapparate' is to turn on the spot and disappear, only to reappear in another location; J.K. Rowling coined the word.
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water 40 at least that before compilations and stuff custom studio albums were talking and also another reason why he is very beautiful hearts in London is it going to spend a lot of time here as well as a musician and is very close to a sound system in Brixton call Dan Coxon yes I believe that before me with Clarkson that we we could restrict the name so I think it may have been tenafly was also unfortunate of blessed memory who coined the phrase as he was introducing Frankie Boyle as thank you so crucial downfall part if you're going to give him his full title of the president listen you've been fantastic and I appreciate you were you know giving a some help with some very short notice literally died at a Waterpark I got the year.
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It's a somewhat indiscreet word that was coined by my mentor in the study of elections. When ten seats were in, you could predict the final outcome on the assumption of reasonable regularity. They wouldn't all have had the same swing, but the average in those.
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The story always seemed to be the same: decisions made in seconds that lasted lifetimes, including the uncomfortable balancing of morality and expediency in situations in which a soldier might believe horrific acts like torture could save lives or had to accept civilian casualties in pursuit of military objectives. In war, you were always living in a world in which no action seemed ideal and yet avoiding acting was often inconceivable. p p strong PTSD and Moral Injury strong p p Matthew Hoh, that former Marine, now a veterans advocate, introduced me to the phrase moral injury, though the term is usually attributed to clinical psychiatrist a href = https://www.macfound.org/fellows/837/ >Jonathan Shay a . He coined it in 1991 while working for the Department of Veterans Affairs. p p We are, of course, beings with a complex sense of right and wrong, which can be messed with in disastrous ways.
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High street sales have beat predictions, but that doesnt mean the economy is a sunny picture of health Britain went on a spending spree in April. The shops were full of punters. Online retailers coined it in. Spring brought with it an end to the winter consumer spending blues. That at least is what the official figures suggest. The Office for National Statistics reported that the volume of retail sales rose by 2.3% last month , smashing City expectations. It was enough, in combination with Donald Trump’s political woes in Washington, to send the pound back through the $1.30 level to its highest since last September. Related: UK retail sales surge despite pay squeeze Continue reading...
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Maybe it is pre-Thatcher, Ted Heath, he coined the phrase the other face of capitalism. This is the distinction. When he was in power, to no fault of his, the problem was the overriding power of the trade unions, the nationalised industries, they were all in a loss
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He coined it in 1991 while working for the Department of Veterans Affairs. We are, of course, beings with a complex sense of right and wrong, which can be messed with in disastrous ways. There are boundaries inside us that cant be crossed without a great price being paid. Though the term moral injury is fairly new, especially outside military circles, the idea is as old as war. When people sent into conflict find their sense of right and wrong tested, when they violate deeply held convictions by doing something (such as killing a civilian in error) or failing to do something (such as not reporting a war crime), they suffer an injury to their core being. Examples of this phenomenon are relatively commonplace in popular culture. Think of scenes from Tim OBriens iconic Vietnam War book, The Things They Carried , William Manchesters World War II odyssey, Goodbye Darkness , William Styrons Sophies Choice , or films like William Wylers The Best Years of Our Lives and Oliver Stones Platoon .
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piece tomorrow in the Daily Mail. Robert, interesting this word meritocracy is there. That was once coined satirically about people who are successful, feeling they have the right to dictate to the rest of us, but now,.