Because of the Christian Faith, Europe was the first place in the world where slavery was abolished. Slaves had souls, and so needed salvation. They should be baptized and receive the sacraments; thus, they were our brothers and sisters in Christ; therefore, our equals in Christ.
‘The exhibition in Medzilaborce introduces some of the participating artists’ artworks for the first time to Central Europe,’ said Michal Bycko, the Andy Warhol Society President describing the nature of the exhibition. The basis for the exhibition’s ideological concept was not only rooted in the affinity and similarity between the artists’ artistic expression, but as Martin Cubjak says, primarily in their visually common focus using writing as part of the image. ‘We do not view writing within the image merely as a graphical part, or verbal utterance, complementary to the visual expression.
The California based technology titan billed the partnership with Luxottica as its step yet into the emerging smart eyewear market. Luxottica brands include Oakley, Alain Mikli, Ray Ban, and Vogue Eyewear. The first smart glasses by Luxottica for Google Glass will go on sale in 2015, the head of the Italian eyewear group said Tuesday.The tie up between the firms an incredible example of the period were are living in, Andrea Guerra said in an interview with Italy La Repubblica daily.five to seven years gigantic new markets have opened up around the world.
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Baker repeatedly faulted Coakley for defending DCF against a lawsuit from a children’s advocacy group that has accused the department of endangering foster children. That suit is at the heart of the Republican super PAC ad attacking Coakley. Baker, in fact, went out of his way to praise Coakley’s work as a prosecutor.
He had $80 in cash in his pockets, an indication, Griffin believes, that Patrick was not robbed. He said Patrick’s gloves were also in his pockets, which leads him to believe Patrick didn’t just walk off into an empty field in what was reportedly 18 degree weather that night.”I believe he was picked up from the bar, Griffin said, “and something bad happened after that.”After 10 years of his own investigation, Griffin believes he knows who was involved with Patrick’s death, but nothing has led to an arrest at this time.”There are people who need to be questioned,” Griffin said. “I’m quite sure there’s someone who has the information we need.