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://pluralism.org/encounter/todays-challenges/school-holidays-prayers/ . Grudem, Ph.D, Wayne. “Summary of a Book by Paul Vitz Censorship: Evidence of Bias in Our Children’s Textbooks (Ann Arbor, Michigan: Servant, 1986),” n.d. Accessed July 12, 2013. http://www.waynegrudem.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/Public-school-textbooks-review-by-Paul-Vitz.pdf . Jeremy Redford, Danielle Battle, and Stacey Bielick from the American Institutes for Research (AIR). “Homeschooling in the United States: 2012.” Statistical Analysis Report. National Centre for Education Statistics, November 1, 2016. Accessed December 2, 2016. https

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Melayu. Penerbit UKM. Bangi. 276 – 292. Ho, I & C. Brugman. 1997. Patterns of meaning extensions in Malaysian English: the case of HAND. ms. Linguistics Section, University of Otago. Hockey, Susan, & Jeremy Martin. 1988. Oxford Concordance Pro- gramme. User's manual. Version 2. Oxford: Oxford University Computing Service. Hoey, M. (ed.). 1993. Data, description, discourse. London: HarperCollins. Hudson, J.K. 1979. Towards a systemization of the idiom list: a sample method with AT. MA thesis in TESL, University of California, Los Angeles. Hudson, Richard A

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Promoting Mental Health Through Imagery and Imagined Interactions | 73 → · 5 · USING MUSIC THERAPY AND IMAGINED INTERACTION TO COPE WITH STRESS James M. Honeycutt and Jake Harwood Music has been called the universal language due to its rhythm and tonality, and because it (at least on the surface) transcends group-based language barriers. It is a pervasive part of human culture that predates our recorded history (Darwin, 1871); the earliest musical artefacts date back over 30 thousand years (Conard, Malina, & Münzel, 2009). People sing to babies because infants

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: Macmillan. Hoecke Willy van – Michèle Goyens 1990 Translation as a witness to Semantic Change. Belgian Journal of Linguistics 5: 109-131. Hogg, Richard M. (ed.) 1992 The Cambridge History of the English Language. Vol. 1: The Beginnings to 1066. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. References 131 Hogg, Richard M. – Linda van Bergen (eds.) 1998 Historical Linguistics 1995, II: Germanic Linguistics. Selected papers from the 12th International Conference on Historical Linguistics. Amsterdam: Benjamins. Hope, T.E. – Thomas Bertram Wallace Reid – Roy

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time span, starting with Lew Wallace’s Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ and Fyodor Dostoevsky’s The Brothers Karamazov both of which appeared in 1880 and ending with Henryk Sienkiewicz’s Quo Vadis: A Narrative of the Time of Nero and Wilson Barrett’s The Sign of the Cross , both in 1896, along with Henry Arthur Jones’ Michael and his Lost Angel produced in the following year, an iconographic religious identity emerged from the cloister so to speak and entered into popular culture. With the exception of Jones’ play, all of these works were immensely popular. As

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. Science, Society and the Rising Culture . London: Flamingo. Carroll, John Bissell 1956: Introduction. In: Benjamin Lee Whorf, Language, Thought, and Reality , Cambridge, MA: The M.I.T. Press, 1–34. Cartwright, Frederick F. 1977: A Social History of Medicine . London: Longman. Catenaccio, Paola 2006: The SARS crisis coverage in the British Medical Journal and New Scientist . In: Maurizio Gotti, Françoise Salager-Meyer (eds.) 2006: Advances in Medical Discourse Analysis – Oral and Written Contexts . Bern: Peter Lang, 279–301. Chafe, Wallace 1976: Giveness

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Komödie. übers. Wilhelm G. Hertz. München: Winkler, 1989. Allen, Paula Gunn. “The Sacred Hoop: A Contemporary Perspective“. The Eco- criticism Reader: Landmarks in Literary Ecology. Hg. Cheryll Glotfelty und Fromm. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1996. 241–261. Armbruster, Karla und Kathleen R. Wallace, Hg. Beyond Nature Writing: Expand- ing the Boundaries of Ecocriticism. Charlottesville und London: University Press of Virginia, 2001. –––––, C. Glotfelty und T. Lynch, Hg. The Bioregional Imagination: Literature, Ecology, and Place. Athens, GA: University

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political ocean. Michael Barber and Jeremy C. Pope, professors at the University of Brigham Young University dove head-first into understanding conservatism in a time of an unorthodox Republican president: What does the rise and election of Donald J. Trump as president mean for the future of conservatism? Republican elites continue to argue about whether Trump is changing the definition of conservatism for better or worse, although many Republicans seem content to let him shape the issues, direction, and brand of the traditional party of conservatism …. The Never

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composed at the time of the mass emigration of approximately one and a half million people from Ireland to North America (and other destinations) in the decade that followed the Great Famine in 1845. The first verse is as follows: Farewell to old Ireland the land of my childhood That now and forever I am bound for to leave Farewell to the shores where the shamrock is growing It’s the bright spot of beauty in the home of the brave I will think on its valleys with fond admiration Though never again its green hills will I see For I’m bound for to cross o’er the wild

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, 1985. First published in 1972 by Victor Gollancz Limited. Ethnicity in the 1991 Census: Volume One—Demographic Characteristics of the Ethnic Minority Populations. London: Office of Population Censuses and Surveys, 1996. Featherstone, M., editor. Global Culture. London: Sage Press, 1990. Finer, Catherine Jones, editor. Migration, Immigration, and Social Policy. London: John Wiley, 2006. Fryer, Peter. Staying Power: The History of Black People in Britain. London: Pluto Press, 1984. Fusco, Coco. English Is Broken Here: Notes on Cultural Fusion in the Americas