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The renchtalschule was redeveloped in the nineteen-nineties, And since 2012 the secondary school has been extensively and energetically refurbished in individual sections.
This book is a re-issue of a popular nineteen-nineties publication regarding the decades-long South African border war with what is now called Namibia.
In reply to a question whether the security solution is not sufficient to end the state of instability, the Minister said: If we consider the situation today, we can see that the current situation is unlike the situation in the nineteen-nineties when the security option was the sole option in addressing incidents at that time as action was restricted to the State Security Law.
As laid out in greater detail by Stephen Grey, in his book "Ghost Plane," beginning in the nineteen-nineties, Suleiman negotiated directly with top Agency officials.
Such a kashrut nation thus helps explain how anxiety about Jewish affiliation and Jewish continuity among American Jews during the nineteen-nineties was assuaged through that decade's renewed interest in cookbooks, and in the end illustrates how U.
BLAST was just amazing to us when it was released in the early nineteen-nineties," recalls Fran Lewitter, director of biocomputing at the Whitehead Institute.
In the nineteen-nineties, the government of Mexico made a decision that was to change this fundamental equation.
For example, throughout the nineteen-nineties the Jesuit universities in the United States opposed the Vatican's attempt to restore the Catholic character of their universities.
This conclusion is very much in agreement with the tendency of Blake studies, in the late nineteen-eighties and early nineteen-nineties, towards a left-leaning 'Old Historicism'.