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The Future Subjunctive of Spanish

The future subjunctive is the most elusive verb tense of Spanish. It isn't mentioned in many textbooks for Spanish students, and it's absent from most conjugation tables. But it still is understood by many Spanish speakers and finds occasional use. Verb Form Has Disappeared From Everyday Use Much like verb forms such as "wanteth" and "saith" in English, the future subjunctive in Spanish is all but obsolete.
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Action Steps to Take Against Earthquakes

On the 100th anniversary of the Great San Francisco Earthquake of 1906, thousands of scientists, engineers and emergency management experts gathered in San Francisco for a conference. From that meeting of the minds came 10 recommended "action steps" for the region to take against future earthquakes. These 10 action steps apply to society at all levels, including individuals, businesses, and governments.
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Phillis Wheatley

Dates: about 1753 or 1754 - December 5, 1784 Also known as: sometimes misspelled as Phyllis Wheatley An Unusual Background Phillis Wheatley was born in Africa (probably Senegal) about 1753 or 1754. When she was about eight years old, she was kidnapped and brought to Boston. There, in 1761, John Wheatley bought her for his wife, Susanna, as a personal servant.
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How Social Media Has Changed Politics

The use of social media in politics including Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube has dramatically changed the way campaigns are run and how Americans interact with their elected officials. The prevalence of social media in politics has made elected officials and candidates more accountable and accessible to voters.
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Learning Object Oriented Programming with Delphi

Online Delphi OOP Course submitted by John Barrow Part 1 Introduction to OO basics Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Part 2 Introduction to class inheritance Part 3 Programmer defined classes and objects Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Part 4 Accessing an object and its data Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Part 5 The Sender parameter and substitution Part 6 Introducing type inheritance Chapter 12 Chapter 13 Chapter 14 Part 7 Using and abusing inheritance Chapter 15 Chapter 16 Part 8 Indirection Part 9 Association & Composition Chapter 19 Chapter 20 Chapter 21 Part 10 Two Patterns Using Composition Chapter 22 Chapter 23 Part 11 Some Patterns for varying behaviour Chapter 24 Part 12 Bidirectional links, Callbacks and Linking Classes Chapter 25 Part 13 Factory Patterns Chapter 26 Part 14 A Decorator Chapter 27
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