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kuh pur nuh kuhn

  • s  of radical or major importance
  • s  according to Copernicus

  • Walter Russell Mead in Inter Press Service
    The Obama administration needs to accomplish a kind of Copernican shift in perception: looking at the same sun, moon, planets, and stars that others have seen, it must reconceptualise the relations among them,wrote Mead. "In the past, US...
  • Paul Poupard in Spot-On
    His rehabilitation was delayed until 1992 when Cardinal Paul Poupard, who was the head of an investigation by the church into Galileo's theory, said: "We today know that Galileo was right in adopting the Copernican astronomical theory."
  • Shizuka Kamei in
    In a joint interview with reporters, Kamei said: "If the DPJ decides to hike the consumption tax in a Copernican revolution, such a scenario (the PNP jumping ship) could become conceivable."

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