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: the Hyde Park branch and the Long Island branch, Nicholas Roosevelt belonging to the latter. His father was the cousin of later President Theodore Roosevelt who, after the premature death of James Roosevelt, largely brought up the young Nicholas. This

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to his father, who had acquired international fame ( poeta laureatus ). 25 His premature death also explains why we have no surviving writings by him. 26 Johann Francisci (1665?–1696) from Brasov had no renowned ancestors, therefore we have reason to

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adverse side effects ( Tandon, 2011 ; Tandon et al., 2008 ) including suicide which is the leading cause of premature death in this population ( Meltzer, 2001 ). Moreover, functional outcomes of negative symptoms, defined as diminished expression (e

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Introduction Obesity is spreading worldwide, posing an increased risk to health-related quality of life, the development of chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease (CVD), type 2 diabetes (DM) or premature death. At least 2.8 million people

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names tyranny as “the greatest of the gods” (τὴν θεῶν μεγίστην) in Euripides’ Phoenissae , and Hecuba laments in Euripides’ Trojan Women that the dead Astyanax will never know “godlike tyranny” (τῆς ἰσοθέου τυραννίδος) due to his premature death. 35

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possible to think of its bearer as a victim of a war clash – the warrior chiefs were active in battles and were affected by frequent injuries or premature death. In the proto-Lusatian phase (Bz C–C/D), it is possible to predict an elite stratum

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(1200 solidi ) and more than that for a man of similar lineage, in the case of premediated homicide of a free woman which caused the premature death of the child. During the eighth century women acquired numerous rights, especially in terms of

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at Tanagra with devastating earthquakes. In the fight against the Persians, the likes of Phylakes, Autonoos, Theseus and Marathon helped the Greeks, and were sighted alongside the human warriors. 106 A violent or premature death did not in any way

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