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  • ====Date: [[:Category:1995 - 2005|1995 - 2005]]==== ...t against Blue Lard. In an action that many in Russia interpret as a regime-orchestrated attempt to restore censorship, Moving Together accused Sorokin
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  • ====Date: [[:Category:1995 - 2005|1995 - 2005]]==== ...registered use of modem, networking facilities & fax with a punishment of 7-15 years imprisonment
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  • ====Date: [[:Category:1995 - 2005|1995 - 2005]]==== [[Category:1995 - 2005]]
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  • ====Date: [[:Category:1995 - 2005|1995 - 2005]]==== ...geles World Airports agency, which runs the airport, demanded that the life-size images be covered with brown paper until the Cultural Affairs Commision
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  • ====Date: [[:Category:1995 - 2005|1995 - 2005]] ==== '''Source:''' http://www.ncac.org/art/20030424~OK-Old_North~NCAC_Protests_Censorship_of_Student_Art_at_the_University_of_Centr
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  • ====Date: [[:Category:1995 - 2005|1995 - 2005]]==== [[Category:1995 - 2005]]
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  • |year=1995-2005 ...Schrodinger's Cat], a meta-play is both alive and dead or neither. The meta-play, much like the works of [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonin_Artaud An
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  • ...n applied ethics. Eds. A Cohen and C. Heath-Wellman. Malden: Blackwell, 223-35. ...TICLE 19 (whose name is normally written in upper case letters) is a London-based human rights organization with a specific mandate and focus on the def
    106 KB (14,697 words) - 12:33, 29 August 2013