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  1. As opposed to the traditional teachings of the Catholic Church in which poverty was a virtue and labour simply a means for maintaining the individual and community, the Protestant sects began to see hard, continuous labour as a spiritual end in itself. Hard labour was firstly an ascetic technique ofRead more

    As opposed to the traditional teachings of the Catholic Church in which poverty was a virtue and labour simply a means for maintaining the individual and community, the Protestant sects began to see hard, continuous labour as a spiritual end in itself. Hard labour was firstly an ascetic technique of worldly renunciation and a defence against temptations and distractions: the unclean life, sexual temptations, and religious doubts

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  2. The rise in mob justice is usually an indication of lack of faith in the justice system. When crime becomes rampant, the people question the work of security authorities. They feel the security authorities are not doing enough to rein in on insecurity and so they choose to do so themselves.

    The rise in mob justice is usually an indication of lack of faith in the justice system. When crime becomes rampant, the people question the work of security authorities. They feel the security authorities are not doing enough to rein in on insecurity and so they choose to do so themselves.

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  3. Not many musicians’ deaths are met by continent-wide grief, hundreds of thousands thronging the streets of their hometown, and four days of state-decreed mourning. But this was the case for François Luambo Makiadi when he died in 1989. Sobriquets stuck to him throughout his career – ‘the Sorcerer ofRead more

    Not many musicians’ deaths are met by continent-wide grief, hundreds of thousands thronging the streets of their hometown, and four days of state-decreed mourning. But this was the case for François Luambo Makiadi when he died in 1989. Sobriquets stuck to him throughout his career – ‘the Sorcerer of the Guitar’, ‘Yorgho’ (godfather), and, as he liked to be addressed, ‘Grand Maître’. But he was best known throughout Africa simply as Franco.

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  4. One result of these personal excesses by Mr. Kenya tta and his family has been to damage the President's reputation at home and abroad and to obscure many of the undeniable contributions and impressive accomplishments of a career that dates to the fight against British colonial rule in the early ninRead more

    One result of these personal excesses by Mr. Kenya tta and his family has been to damage the President’s reputation at home and abroad and to obscure many of the undeniable contributions and impressive accomplishments of a career that dates to the fight against British colonial rule in the early nineteen‐fifties

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  5. Some open areas in Khartoum, such as Al Saha Al Ghadraa, have historical links to the al-Bashir regime and would not have been acceptable to the protesters. Others would hold immense symbolic value, but would raise questions about links to specific political parties. Buildings of significance, suchRead more

    Some open areas in Khartoum, such as Al Saha Al Ghadraa, have historical links to the al-Bashir regime and would not have been acceptable to the protesters. Others would hold immense symbolic value, but would raise questions about links to specific political parties. Buildings of significance, such as the parliament in Omdurman, don’t offer a public square in the true sense of the word, and so would not be an appropriate gathering space.

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  6. Freedom of choice describes an individual's opportunity and autonomy to perform an action selected from at least two available options, unconstrained by external parties

    Freedom of choice describes an individual’s opportunity and autonomy to perform an action selected from at least two available options, unconstrained by external parties

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  7. saxo bank is the best forex broker in Kenya in 2022 - Great trading platform. Outstanding research. Broad product portfolio. Fusion Markets - Low trading and non-trading fees. Fast and easy account opening. Great customer service. Interactive Brokers - Low trading fees. Wide range of products. ManyRead more

    saxo bank is the best forex broker in Kenya in 2022 – Great trading platform. Outstanding research. Broad product portfolio.
    Fusion Markets – Low trading and non-trading fees. Fast and easy account opening. Great customer service.
    Interactive Brokers – Low trading fees. Wide range of products. Many great research tools.
    Capital.com – Low forex CFD fees and commission-free real stocks. Great account opening experience. Excellent email and chat support.
    TradeStation Global – Low stock and ETF fees. Wide range of products. Fast customer service.

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  8. African Music Traditionally, music has played a very important role in Africa’s culture and history. If you observe any part of the culture you can see that music is essential in representing their heritage. Unlike most cultures today, ancient African cultures brought music into their lives every daRead more

    African Music Traditionally, music has played a very important role in Africa’s culture and history. If you observe any part of the culture you can see that music is essential in representing their heritage. Unlike most cultures today, ancient African cultures brought music into their lives every day. Music also helps with African story-telling, dance, and even religious practices. Music is especially important for African dance because in some cultures there is not even a spoken language, they tell their stories through songs and dance. When discussing the impact of music in Africa it is important to also mention the power of dance as well.

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  9. Apple iPhone The iPhone 13 is a small iteration on the biggest leap forward for iPhone in ages, the iPhone 12. If you’ve already got one of those, I would keep it. If you're shopping for a new phone, an iPhone 13 is going to be cheaper than the recently-released iPhone 14, which is another small iteRead more

    Apple iPhone The iPhone 13 is a small iteration on the biggest leap forward for iPhone in ages, the iPhone 12. If you’ve already got one of those, I would keep it. If you’re shopping for a new phone, an iPhone 13 is going to be cheaper than the recently-released iPhone 14, which is another small iteration that I don’t think is worth the upgrade.

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  10. marriage, a legally and socially sanctioned union, usually between a man and a woman, that is regulated by laws, rules, customs, beliefs, and attitudes that prescribe the rights and duties of the partners and accords status to their offspring (if any). The universality of marriage within different sRead more

    marriage, a legally and socially sanctioned union, usually between a man and a woman, that is regulated by laws, rules, customs, beliefs, and attitudes that prescribe the rights and duties of the partners and accords status to their offspring (if any). The universality of marriage within different societies and cultures is attributed to the many basic social and personal functions for which it provides structure, such as sexual gratification and regulation, division of labour between the sexes, economic production and consumption, and satisfaction of personal needs for affection, status, and companionship. Perhaps its strongest function concerns procreation, the care of children and their education and socialization, and regulation of lines of descent.
    he main legal function of marriage is to ensure the rights of the partners with respect to each other and to ensure the rights and define the relationships of children within a community. Marriage has historically conferred a legitimate status on the offspring, which entitled him or her to the various privileges set down by the traditions of that community, including the right of inheritance. In most societies marriage also established the permissible social relations allowed to the offspring, including the acceptable selection of future spouses.

    Until the late 20th century, marriage was rarely a matter of free choice. In Western societies love between spouses came to be associated with marriage, but even in Western cultures (as the novels of writers such as Henry James and Edith Wharton attest) romantic love was not the primary motive for matrimony in most eras, and one’s marriage partner was carefully chosen.

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  11. Don’t tell anyone until it’s necessary Nothing brings out unwanted opinions more than decisions you make about your personal relationship. If this is the case with your friends and family, you may want to keep your reconciliation private until you are sure it is. Jumping into a reconciliation will cRead more

    Don’t tell anyone until it’s necessary
    Nothing brings out unwanted opinions more than decisions you make about your personal relationship. If this is the case with your friends and family, you may want to keep your reconciliation private until you are sure it is.

    Jumping into a reconciliation will confuse your children and extended family if you are not certain that you are staying together. There is no need to put your family through another separation if you are only just flirting with the idea of getting back together.

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  13. Commitment can be a scary word for a lot of people. Being committed to someone means sharing your life with them. You have to reevaluate your life and priorities. You must think about your spouse and change the way you act. Commitment is important in a marriage. It keeps you both faithful to your maRead more

    Commitment can be a scary word for a lot of people. Being committed to someone means sharing your life with them. You have to reevaluate your life and priorities. You must think about your spouse and change the way you act.

    Commitment is important in a marriage. It keeps you both faithful to your marriage. Over time, commitment will strengthen the marriage, as well.

    However, commitment can wane over time, depending on how your relationship goes. After the honeymoon period of marriage, things can often get complicated. When you start to have children, your marriage can have issues due to the stress involved. Financial problems can also come about, as well as jealousy and intimacy issues that can cause a couple to feel less committed to each other. However, with communication, these issues tend to resolve themselves and couples start to feel more committed to each other again.

    Keep in mind that nobody can change your level of commitment. It is your choice to be committed to someone. If you are married to someone, you should be committed to them. So when you lack commitment, you are not making the other person feel loved or important. You are effectively ruining the marriage. In many cases, this can lead to divorce.

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  14. Denial Has Become Standard Practice Unfortunately this state of denial has become standard practice – a practice of sheer unaccountability since various demands by the media Read more at: https://www.theelephant.info/features/2017/05/04/they-deserve-to-die-the-increasingly-accepted-justification-forRead more

    Denial Has Become Standard Practice Unfortunately this state of denial has become standard practice – a practice of sheer unaccountability since various demands by the media

    Read more at: https://www.theelephant.info/features/2017/05/04/they-deserve-to-die-the-increasingly-accepted-justification-for-extrajudicial-killings/
    The Elephant – Speaking truth to power.

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  15. Human shoulders have evolved in such a way that, according to David Green, an anthropologist at George Washington University, "the whole joint angles out horizontally from the neck, like a coat hanger." This is in contrast to the ape shoulder, which is pointed more vertically. The ape shoulder is beRead more

    Human shoulders have evolved in such a way that, according to David Green, an anthropologist at George Washington University, “the whole joint angles out horizontally from the neck, like a coat hanger.” This is in contrast to the ape shoulder, which is pointed more vertically. The ape shoulder is better suited for hanging from trees, whereas the human shoulder is better for throwing and hunting, giving humans invaluable survival skills. The human shoulder joint has a wide range of motion and is very mobile, affording the potential for great leverage and accuracy in throwing.

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  16. REGIONAL INTEGRATION In moving away from a reliance on Western assistance, African governments should seek to improve regional integration initiatives, which are key to sustaining development and encouraging long-term prosperity for the entire region. Increasing intra-African trade will be a key comRead more

    REGIONAL INTEGRATION
    In moving away from a reliance on Western assistance, African governments should seek to improve regional integration initiatives, which are key to sustaining development and encouraging long-term prosperity for the entire region. Increasing intra-African trade will be a key component to accelerating economic growth, as it will increase industry competition, improve productivity, and develop local infrastructure.

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  17. JOB CREATION Africa has the youngest population in the world, with 200 million aged between 15 and 24 (doubling by 2045 according to African Development Bank). Given that the continent will have a shortfall of 74 million jobs that need to be created by 2020, governments need to create policies and iRead more

    JOB CREATION
    Africa has the youngest population in the world, with 200 million aged between 15 and 24 (doubling by 2045 according to African Development Bank). Given that the continent will have a shortfall of 74 million jobs that need to be created by 2020, governments need to create policies and implementation plans that will allow for a more competitive private sector that favors business growth, job creation, and the stimulation of African economies—such as sound fiscal and monetary policies; good governance, transparency, and strengthened judiciary systems; an improved investment climate, and reduced corruption. In particular, long-term investment in the private sector, the infrastructure and manufacturing industries, and agriculture will address food insecurity and create the necessary employment opportunities for African youth. Boosting incentives to improve the quality of education will also be key to producing a skilled workforce.

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