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idea is that there is a continuum between ETA and Herri Batasuna, through men who are rude to independent women. Another member of the family emphasises the idea of the sole commitment to violence, when he assures: “you [Herri Batasuna] run in the elections, but you don’t show up at parliament, not even to defend your thing.” In concordance with public opinion during the late 1990s, in Yoyes, Herri Batasuna is just a loudspeaker for ETA. They are both the same thing. The director Helena Taberna made a similar use of the character that Uribe made in Mikel

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, 2011. Ernest, John. Chaotic Justice. Rethinking African American Literary History. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 2009. Fabbrini, Ricardo. « O fim das vanguárdas ». Cadernos de Pós-Graduação do Instituto de Artes da Unicamp 8.2 (2006): 111–29. Faleiros, Álvaro. « Antropofagia modernista e perspectivismo amerín- dio: considerações sobre a transcriação poética desde Haroldo de Campos ». Ipotesi 17.1 (janvier/juin 2013): 107–19. Finkelstein, Norman. “Nathaniel Mackey and the Unity of All Rites.” Contemporary Literature 49.1 (Spring 2008

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individual herself. There are two types of “self-initiated expatriates”. Some of them move but remain within the same company – these are the “intra self-initiated expatriates” – while others, the “inter self-initiated expatriates”, move as a result of their switch to a new company. The “intra self-initiated expatriate” is someone, like Carlos, who takes the initiative to move but continues to work for the same company. Carlos was born in Mexico to a German father and American mother. He studied marketing in Mexico City. His career started in the marketing industry in

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, Huggan and Tiffin show how selected texts by writers from Australia, South Africa and the Caribbean may be understood as offering a “partial rehabilitation of the pastoral, either in terms that are self-consciously ecocentric or that work towards a re-appraisal of more pragmatic, though not necessarily non-idealised, pastoral modes” (85, my emphasis). Rose and Davis’s Dislocating the Frontier (2005) and Dixon and Birns’s Reading Across the Pacific (2010) similarly engage in a cross-pollinating dialogue between American and Australian concepts (e.g. the frontier

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pleasure support of this project in 1982 by a Fulbright-Hays Faculty Research Abroad Fellowship and by the In- ternational Research and Exchanges Board. Furthermore, my work benefited through participation in 1983 in the IREX Senior Scholar Research Abroad Exchange Program with the Soviet Ministry of Higher Education. Finally I take pleasure in thanking the Armenian General Benevolent Union of America. Alex Manoogian Cultural Fund for a grant to defray the typesetting and publishing costs of this book. Portions of Parts 1-3 have appeared in earlier form as

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. Development assistance and cooperation, originally concentrated in Africa, was extended to Asia, Latin America and the southern and eastern Mediterranean countries in the mid-1970s. The special trade and aid relationship between the EU and the 79 countries of the African-Caribbean-Pacific (ACP) group dates from the Lomé Agreements of 1975. This relationship is being further developed through the “economic partnership agreements” (EPA), combining EU trade and aid in a new way. The ACP countries are encouraged to foster economic integration with their regional neighbours as a

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imminent. In the Federal Election of December 1972, Australians voted for the Labor Party under Gough Whitlam, who immediately began a New Left program of reforms including the withdrawal of Australia from the war in Vietnam, new regulations against racial and gender discrimination, introduction of universal public health care, provision of substantial support for the arts, and abolition of university tuition fees. Queensland was, however, not entirely onboard with this spirit of reform. In 1971, the nationwide anti-apartheid protests against the touring South African

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politically in 146 B.C.E.2 Mainstream ethnicity in North America is perceived as zero ethnicity or as the absence of ethnicity (Greenhill 1994). Muscovy, especially during the heyday of the doctrine “Moscow as the third Rome”, was certainly another instance of a society of this type (Fedotov 1967, 260-262); note Vasilij Fedorov Burcev’s afterword to the first Russian primer published in 1634: nevèmii jazyci ... otū pravago puti otstupiša i sv. kreščenija i apostoTskago učenija ne prijaša, no vù slédû čjuždixū bogovū poidoša, i sami scbē zakony, i obyćaja i gramoty

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–212. Androutsopoulos, Jannis, 2006: “Introduction. sociolinguistics and computer-mediated communication”. Journal of Sociolinguistics 10(4), 419–438. Appel, Christine / Gilabert, Roger, 2002: “Motivation and task performance in a task-based web-based tandem project”. ReCALL 14(1), 16–31. Aragon, Steven. R., 2003: “Creating social presence in online environments”. New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education 100, 57–68. Arich-Gerz, Bruno, 2008: “e-Learning as collaborative effort”. In: Donnerstag, Jürgen / Volkmann, Laurenz (eds): Media and American Studies in the EFL

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Grigorij Camblak and also in the treatise of Konstantin Kostenečki, a monk who represents the generation after Euthymius' own and who developed as a writer and intellectual within the sphere of Euthymius' influence. We know that Euthymius studied at Kelifarevo with the Bulgarian monk Theodosius, a 1 For the most general information on Euthymius, cf. I .Dujčev's article "Euthyme de Timovo" in Dictionnaire d'histoire et de géographie écclesiastiques 16, fasc.90, pp.75-77, Paris, 1964; and В.С.Киселков, "Патриарх Евтимий (живот и обществена дейност)," Българска