• The amazons
    Thermodon, which was the second strenuous effort of the Greeks to drive back the women barbarians, three galleys were loaded by Hercules with Amazon prisoners. These galleys becoming separated from the fleet, they sailed for the Bosphorus on the way to Greece; but suddenly the prisoners mutinied, and...
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  • La pobreza y delincuencia
    como robo, hurto, o robo. The rising levels of poverty, then, should alarm those of us engaged in ministry to prisoners, ex-prisoners and their families.Los crecientes niveles de pobreza, entonces, debe alarmar a aquellos de nosotros involucrados en el ministerio a los presos, ex presos y sus...
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  • historia de brasil
    The first inhabitants of present Brazil were the Arawak and Carib Indians, to the north, the Tupi-Guarani, on the east coast and the Amazon basin, the Ge, installed in the eastern and southern regions of the country, and Pano, west. Most of these tribes were semi-nomadic and lived by hunting...
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  • Hola
    , loss of biodiversity and marine pollution | Oil spill in the coast of Brazil and 82 prisoners run away from jail | | Deforestation-Acidification-Acid Rain | -Water pollution-Deforestation-Industrial and agricultural chemicals | | Argentina | Bolivia | Brazil | Chile | Colombia | Guyana...
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  • Blablabla :)
    in 1976. Virginia has executed a larger percentage of its population than any other state over 1 million in population. As of 2002-JAN-1: From 1976, when executions were resumed, until 2002-JUL-1, there have been 784 executions in the US. About 30 to 60 prisoners are currently killed annually...
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  • Pena De Muerte
    ] As of 1995, the United States Supreme Court ruled the televised executions of prisoners unconstitutional.[citation needed] Only four of the above states have legislatively abolished the death penalty in the so-called "modern era of capital punishment" (that is, post-Gregg v. Georgia), and only two...
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  • Mitos religiosos
    married, because they thought it to be a kind to slavery to a man. El Amazonas no se le permitió casarse, porque pensaban que era una especie de esclavitud a un hombre. However, to carry on their race, they would very often mate with men from nearby societies or with handsome prisoners of war. Sin...
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  • Proyecto Mujeres Carcel
    little consideration has been given to the different needs and problems of imprisoned women as opposed to those of men. This omission may reflect the fact that women prisoners are a very small minority of the overall prison population: only four percent worldwide. Throughout the world, prison regimes...
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  • Campo Concentracion Castuera
    in a village called Castuera. Such camp worked as a space of enclosure and classification of prisoners of war and as a centre of repression in the region. In it, Franco's regime applied a systematic process of physical and psychological brutality on their prisoners which meant the selective murder of...
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  • Betancourt
    traveling to a remote village to campaign when she was stopped by a group of armed men. She had been warned the area was controlled by the FARC but figured she'd be safe. She was wrong. Betancourt was taken prisoner and brought deep into a makeshift prison camp inside the Amazon jungle. Her captors...
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  • Plan de carrera
    said she was prepared to die to secure the release of Mapuche prisoners and to win the demilitarization of the indigenous communities. Four Mapuche prisoners participating with her in the hunger strike resumed eating after 60 days. (Inter Press Service, Jan. 3; El Diario-La Prensa, NY, Jan. 5 from AP; Enlace Mapuche Internacional, Jan. 5)...
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  • Normas morales
    cases in five years and a half.    Cops learn to kidnap In the report, CESOP resumed the examination of the crime for which I come: life stories of policemen convicted of kidnapping in the prison of Santa Martha Acatitla which accounts for the behavior of 35 prisoners who belonged to a police...
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  • Ingles
    CHAPTER 5 “Look at those big beautiful sunflowers” said Sandy, as she was looking out of the train window. They are wonderful. I love sunflowers!” “You must visit Oklahoma, then”, said Eric. “There are lots of sunflowers there. We had sunflowers in my backyard when we lived in Oklahoma.” That´s...
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  • Reading Test
    monuments, which The World Heritage List (WHL) describes as 'a universal symbol of liberty'. Robben Island in South Africa This island was used through the centuries as a prison, a hospital and a military base. But it's probably most famous as a maximum-security prison for political prisoners in...
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  • Los afghanos (inglés)
    conditions in the overcrowded prisons have contributed to illness and death amongst prisoners; a prison rehabilitation program began in 2003. In the absence of an effective national judicial system, the right to judicial protection has been compromised as uneven local standards have prevailed in...
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  • The lost world
    , he said. Two years ago I went on a journey to South America. I went to the Amazon to check some observations of the scientists Wallace and Bates. During my stay in the Amazon I became a friend of the Indians. They told me that there was a sick man that needed help. But before I arrived the man died...
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  • 1968 Movement
    reports of "clean" attitude Cebreros and thanks to your information, it was possible the capture of dangerous agitators. Fighting resumes in the morning, mainly in the College de San Ildefonso, near the base. They arrested 54 students accused of the crime of attacks on means of communication, damage to...
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  • La republica resumen del capitulo vii
    *Libro VII* Summary: Book VII, 514a- 521d *Resumen*: *Libro* VII, 514a-521d In Book VII, Socrates presents the most beautiful and famous metaphor in Western philosophy: the allegory of the cave. This metaphor is meant to illustrate the effects of education on the human soul. En el libro VII...
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  • El beso de la mujer araña
    binaria. Palabras clave.- Subjetividad, sexualidad, política, Manuel Puig Abstract.- El beso de la mujer araña of Manuel Puig was published by the first time in Spain in 1976, during the last military Argentine dictatorship. The novel treats on the dialogs between two prisoners: one...
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  • Human Rights & Torture
    to late eighteenth century (in 1789), was proclaimed in Paris the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen, an achievement essential in the long evolution of human rights claims. To resume this long period, from the earliest times to the eighteenth century, we can say that all cultures...
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