American Order

American Order

A capital resembling that of the Corinthian order, with the acanthus leaves replaced with corncobs, corn ears, and tobacco leaves; invented by the architect Benjamin Latrobe for the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.
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of Colorado) reprints eight articles from academic journals presenting empirical evidence for subcultures of discontent with the present American order.
AN American order of nuns is to help out with running a parish in Co Wexford.
An American order of Franciscan monks became involved in a leprosarium - a leprosy hospital - in the area and in the 1970s they built the Padre Pio Rehabilitation Centre, now Ahotokorum.
This is the last event counting towards the North American Order Of Merit, so American players can be expected to give their all.
It is the first American order that the pair have received and they are now hoping to export more furniture overseas after joining forces with West Midlands-based furniture supply firm HB Group, which now stocks the chairs.
American power and the American order are outgrowths of British power and British order.
See KIRK, ROOTS OF AMERICAN ORDER, supra note 9, at 9
After the Empire: The Breakdown of the American Order By Emmanuel Todd Columbia University Press, $29.
Towards the end of the 1950s, following an American order, the firm launched into the market for the production of plants and equipment used in the manufacture of propellants and explosives.
On Monday, Airbus signed its biggest Latin American order from a single airline in its history.
Where developments in Tunisia and Egypt are welcomed as blows against the United States, therefore satisfying regional hostility to the American order in the Middle East, the Lebanese embraced American and international assistance after the Hariri killing.
Airbus, which has a major plant at Deeside, is assembling a huge American order for military cargo planes at a new factory in the States.
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