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  2. Operation Crossbow (film) - Wikipedia

    Operation Crossbow, later re-released as The Great Spy Mission, is a 1965 British spy thriller and Second World War film about Operation Crossbow (1943−1945) in Panavision.

  3. Juri Lotman - Wikipedia

    Juri Lotman (Russian: Ю́рий Миха́йлович Ло́тман; 28 February 1922 – 28 October 1993) was a prominent literary scholar, semiotician, and cultural historian, who worked at the University of Tartu.

  4. The Valachi Papers (film) - Wikipedia

    The Valachi Papers is a 1972 Italian-French crime neo noir directed by Terence Young.It is an adaptation of the 1968 non-fiction book of the same name by Peter Maas, with a screenplay by Stephen Geller.

  5. American Enterprise Institute - Wikipedia

    Others brought to AEI by DeMuth included John Bolton, Dinesh D'Souza, Richard Cheney, Lynne Cheney, Michael Barone, James K. Glassman, Newt Gingrich, John Lott, and Ayaan Hirsi Ali. [citation needed] During the George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton administrations, AEI's revenues grew from $10 million to $18.9 million.

  6. Greek Cypriots - Wikipedia

    Prehistory and antiquity. Cyprus was part of the Mycenaean civilization with local production of Mycenaean vases dating to the Late Helladic III (1400–1050 BC). The quantity of this pottery concludes that there were numerous Mycenaean settlers, if not settlements, on the island.

  7. Postmodernism - Wikipedia

    Postmodernism is an intellectual stance or mode of discourse defined by an attitude of skepticism toward what it describes as the grand narratives and ideologies of modernism, as well as opposition to epistemic certainty and the stability of meaning.

  8. Roland Barthes - Wikipedia

    Biography Early life. Roland Barthes was born on 12 November in the town of Cherbourg in Normandy.His father, naval officer Louis Barthes, was killed in a battle during World War I in the North Sea before Barthes's first birthday.

  9. School voucher - Wikipedia

    An example of lack of accountability is the voucher situation in Louisiana. In 2012, Louisiana State Superintendent of Education John White selected private schools to receive vouchers, then tried to fabricate criteria (including site visits) after schools had already received approval letters.