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That began to change in 1997, when the International Federation of Mountain Guides Associations recognized the American Mountain Guides Association’s accreditation.
Then she and a small team wheel it out to their spot in the parking lot, and a long line of cars begins to wind its way toward her — their occupants’ windows rolled down and sleeves rolled up.
While still a teenager, he began running a regular dice game on the sidewalk at West Roosevelt Road and South Kedzie Avenue, in the heart of Lawndale.
Reporting for the series on the coronavirus and racial disparities began early in the pandemic.
The bear, now less than 100 feet away, glanced over at us and began to saunter left, his cadence nauseatingly cool.
Before Crandall could begin serving the sentence, he was arrested again in February 2016 for allegedly operating a methamphetamine lab in Ludlow, Maine.
LAWYERS WHO WERE INELIGIBLE TO HANDLE SERIOUS CRIMINAL CHARGES WERE GIVEN THOUSANDS OF THESE CASES ANYWAYBY SAMANTHA HOGAN, THE MAINE MONITOR, AND AGNEL PHILIP, PROPUBLICAFEBRUARY 23, 2021PROPUBLICA
This fueled increasing anxiety about popular government among American elites, who now began to claim that “mass democracy” posed a major threat to liberty, notably the right to property.
Their ideas about gender went far beyond the binaries of biological sex, as scholars are now beginning to understand.
Progressive thinkers, abolitionists and, eventually, formerly enslaved people including the writer Olaudah Equiano began critiquing the roots and effects of racial prejudice as early as the 1770s.
As far as can be established, this is about the proportion that has persisted since early post-war surveys first began to examine the issue.

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