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Over three books, author Liu Cixin tells the story of the ultimate betrayal of humanity by a group of people who invite an alien invasion of Earth.
The Kremlin, in neighboring Russia, has recognized Lukashenko’s victory and promised to uphold its treaty and defend Belarus from a foreign invasion … which caused many to fear Lukashenko would blame the protests on foreign adversaries.
The use of these tools is an invasion of students’ privacy and, often, a civil rights violation.
Beyond all the ways that proctoring software can discriminate against students, algorithmic proctoring is also a significant invasion of privacy.
Everything from actually an invasion to different possibilities that would not put our troops on the ground.
Spain is at war with North America, and now offers us this sugar-plum to draw us to her side to defend her against invasion.
Wright and his followers regard the opsonic index as an index of the power of the body to combat bacterial invasion.
So dies the invasion of England bogey which, from first to last, has wrought us an infinity of harm.
Some other stimulus to our Territorial recruiting than the fear of invasion will have to be invented in future.
At the English invasion of 1296, they would both be vigorous young men of twenty-two, or thereabouts.

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