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Language debate sparks fistfight in the Ukrainian Parliament In 1991, after 69 years as a Soviet Republic, Ukraine became an independent state. Today Ukraine’s only national language is Ukrainian, even though many citizens still speak Russian.

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September 21, 1975, Page 16 The New York Times Archives. The Federal budget cannot be restored to balance until the nation's economy is restored to high employment. An Administration policy aimed ...

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BATTAGRAM -- The disgruntled workers of the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf have formed what they called an ideological group, and also organised a demonstration against their party's tehsil government, last week for alleged corruption, unjust distribution of development funds and focusing only on a few union councils.

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Supreme Court refuses to block Missouri inmate's execution despite rare medical condition. A deeply divided Supreme Court ruled along ideological lines Monday that a Missouri inmate's rare medical ...

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Ideological blocking, officially forbidden at Conservapedia, nonetheless is alleged to be happening by those who use circuitous, fuzzy logic.. Definition. Some of the accusations may be malicious; others may mistake blocking for disruptive editing and for sterile arguing designed to delay and undermine Conservapedia for ideological blocks.

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Our ideological understanding of "how the story goes" is in this case inevitably a theological preunderstanding, for which the Christian canon plays a determining role (whether we are Christians or not).

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The decision to attach an ideological label to a think tank when reporting a controversy," argues Dunham, "allows the reporter to frame one perspective as driven by an ideological / partisan agenda rather than the conclusion of a neutral or disinterested study.

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Ideological parties, though, don't care much about this sort of thing. They are different from the two mainstream parties in a number of ways, but the most important one is that they generally ...

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An ideology is a set of opinions or beliefs of a group or an individual. Very often ideology refers to a set of political beliefs or a set of ideas that characterize a particular culture. Capitalism, communism, socialism, and Marxism are ideologies.

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Ideological definition is - of, relating to, or based on ideology. Recent Examples on the Web. With Trump, the high court’s ideological pendulum will swing far right. — Terrell Jermaine Starr, The Root, "We’re Fucked," 27 June 2018 States want different conditions, reflecting a national ideological divide over health care. ...