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Du Bois

(do͞o`bois, dəbois`), city (1990 pop. 8,286), Clearfield co., W central Pa., in the region of the Allegheny plateau; inc. 1881. Du Bois is a commercial and industrial center of a farming area, where coal is still mined. A campus of Pennsylvania State Univ. is there.
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Elizabeth DuBois may be a native of New York's Westchester County and a resident of Manhattan, but since opening the West Village shop Flat 128 last fall, her life has become decidedly British.
Appearing on CBN to plug his new book The President's Devotional, Dubois said, "You know I started in a place where I was questioning their motives and integrity and so forth.
Para pacientes con peso menor o mayor que el ideal, la formula es adaptada de la siguiente forma: SC = 2A - 1,6 + ((Peso obtenido) - (Altura - 100)) y comparada con la formula de Dubois y Dubois.
Dubois, who has previously worked her gift-giving magic at Dubai International Film Festival, travels the world looking
In this role, Dubois is expected to enhance operating performance, strengthen customer service and build shareholder value and he has been advising the company on business strategy and financial operations since January 2013.
DuBois added that Obama prioritized the poor and vulnerable and making sure to spend time with his own family.
Current staff will fulfill DuBois' duties until a replacement has been announced, according to a White House spokesman.
DuBois chooses to focus on the influence of religion on both Chinese and Japanese history as the target of inquiry, and points out three important characteristics of their religions at the outset of his book: first, the religion that caught the attention of Japanese elite was Buddhism whereas in China, it was Confucianism.
One of those people is Valentine, a young intern in Dubois's office, a real reader who is willing to imagine the new shapes that literature might assume as it adapts to changing cultural horizons.
DuBois, in all these guises, occupies the frame throughout Crosher's project, which began materializing in 2004 after the artist allegedly received an archival trove of her subject's snapshots from the 1970s and' 80s.
In chapter 5 duBois argues for reconsidering ancient Greek tragedy in a way that moves beyond the tragic hero and the individual to the multiplicities of social types.
Rafael Medoff's Blowing the Whistle on Genocide begins to remedy that situation, though the author acknowledges that the work is not a biography of DuBois but rather an expanded account of what he "did to help bring about the rescue of Jews from the Holocaust." Medoff, founding director of the David S.