by Kyla's channel
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Tags: federal elections commission, nineteen eighty four, congressional campaign committee
There are few reasons that you should vote for the Green Party. The Green Party was organized in the United States in nineteen eighty four. It was inspired by the success of European Green Party. Notably(?) that of the German Green Party. In two thousand seven it became the third modem party with the federal elections commission. Recognized congressional campaign committee. The green committee of correspondence for the first Green political organization in the United States. Forming in nineteen eighty four and eventually becoming known as the Green Party USA. The organizations still exist today. The first candidates to run on the Green Party ticket in the United States were Res Heir in North Carolina and Jill and Richard Wolff in Connecticut. Ralph for local offices in nineteen eighty five. Official ballot access is not achieved however until Jim Syth(?) run for governor
by F's channel
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Tags: shedder, straight weeks, wonderful man
Hello. Hello. Come castigate(?) what it's like oh it's hate hate doing this. It's ___ cover the half way of things seems to be wonderful. No way ___ stuff well I'm ready to go whenever. Yeah I'm ready. Ok then I'm I'm ok so it's Felicity frank that you walk out talking to the wonderful man who is John Shedder. How you doing today. I'm doing good. Do good just talking with interviews. Writing Swans for the new record that has been going on for the last six straight weeks and I'm we'll continue on to the Sona. So we're our our goal I mean his goals are to get together and start rehearsing in in June over Europe and we're gonna be wanting through the festival set links that we're doing and what we're gonna be doing that. Working on the new songs gonna do record and we will be we will be tracking the next in in Europe this month.
by Chris Fry's EFL channel
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Tags: pre-intermediate, passives
Many of the things we use every day are (were) invented by women. In the UK most children are educated in state schools. Australia was discovered by Captain Cook in 1770. This morning I was woken up by the neighbour’s dog. Cricket is played in the summer in the UK. The songs on this album were recorded last year. Nowadays a lot of toys are produced in China. Carols are songs which are sung at Christmas. These birds aren’t usually seen in Northern Europe. ‘Rome wasn’t built in a day.’ The iPod and the iPhone were designed by Jonathan lve. Olive oil is produced by most Mediterranean countries. Uranus was discovered by Herschel in 1781. The Men in Black films were directed by Barry Sonnenfeld. Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy was painted by David Hockney in 1970—1971. Blue Suede Shoes wasn’t written by Elvis Presley. The Harry Potter books were written by JK Rowling. Daihatsu cars are made by the Japanese.
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Tags: EduTECH. education technology, school technology, K-12 Education
http://www.edutech.net.au Ahead of EduTECH 2013, Stephen Heppell, Europe's leading online education expert explores how emerging technologies are inspiring new physical and virtual learning environments in schools and universities, why it is important to involve students in educational design and how virtual and online learning can benefit learning in remote locations.
Barry Geraghty gives his reaction to Sprinter Sacre's unforgettable performance in the Queen Mother Champion Chase. Jump racing's newest superstar produced another stellar performance to beat former champion Sizing Europe.
by Wholesaler Masterminds Radio
Tags: Dan Richards, I Carry The Bag, Rob Shore
For over 25 years, Dan Richards has been recognized for his leading-edge insights on attracting and retaining clients. He’s author of the award-winning best seller Getting Clients Keeping Clients: Essential strategies for tomorrow’s financial advisor – cited by a leading US industry association as the best resource on client communication. He’s also a regular contributor to leading advisor publications and has delivered top-rated talks in the United States, Europe, Australia and Southeast Asia. You can also read his regular columns in Globe and Mail Report on Business and see him interviewed on Business News Network.