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at times, The "underlying theme of the Indian Constitution. is that of inclusiveness" the lower court wrote in 2009 It noted that tolerance for difference is "deeply ingrained in Indian society nurtured over several generations” and “traditionally displayed literally in every aspect of life" Since moving to India in 2010 Ive seen that inclusivity every day; its hardly optional in a dense population where people of all castes and creeds live in close proximity When it comes to gender expression visitors are often struck by how Indian men hold hands in the streets openlynot as a romantic act but as part of a range of masculine affection thats wider than what is available to most Westerners The local transgender community though impoverished and often scorned has deep historic roots and an acknowledged role in society Ancient sources of same-sex eroticism and transgender identities in India from texts to sculpture are well-documented In the wake of the 2009 decision an Indian who loved someone of the same gender was no longer a criminal for the first time in nearly 150 years People gathered publicly without fear of police raids underground organizations brought their work into the light and community businesses emerged And in every major Indian city thousands of people began to march in LGBT rights parades For me the energy of these events was electric I came out to myself and to my family as a college student in California in 1991 I had marched down Fifth Avenue in New York City and along the Embarcadero in San Francisco But by the time I left the US, a laser can be redirected in several seconds to another target.127 grassland acres in North Dakota, 2015. 88 have been repaired and remaining will be repaired soon. The success of the English youth teams this year have further instilled optimism, That’s because the last World Cup England won was in 1966 and that’s too long, I make reference to the much publicized and awaited decision of the African National Congress issued on 13 February 2018. I address you after weeks of speculation about my future as President of the Republic of South Africa.

paralyzing the area. General Manager Daniel Perez 24 who’s lived in the Denver suburbs all his life called the discovery "one of the biggest most exciting things" he’s ever experienced So exciting in fact he is considering donating some pies to the researchers and security crews working at the site hopeful they will reciprocate by offering a sneak peek at what paleontologists say is a 66-million-year-old adult triceratops"Whatever we can get" Perez told The Washington Post on Wednesday "we’ll take it"It appears to be a comprehensive find said Todd Barnes Thornton’s communications director It is hoped most if not all of the dinosaur’s full skeleton will be recoveredAlready the dinosaur’s horns and its shoulder bones have been locatedThe discovery was made Friday on a patch of Earth that’s mostly loose sand which should facilitate a relatively swift excavation officials say Eventually the property will house a new facility for Thornton’s police and fire departmentsThings were kept quiet at first because city officials worried the news might attract thieves or vandals Barnes said"We scurried over the weekend to get security in place" he told The Post "to make sure no one can take bones or damage them"The site is now patrolled by security around the clock Barnes saidIt’s believed most triceratops weighed upward of six tons and stood about 10 feet tall and 30 feet long according to a National Geographic fact sheet Scientists believe the herbivores moved slowly making them easy prey for larger meat eaters especially the giant Tyrannosaurus rexFrom National Geographic:"Like a modern-day rhinoceros Triceratops probably spent much of its time grazing on plant matter It used its beaklike mouth and powerful jaws lined with rows of sharp cheek teeth to shred and grind cycads ferns and other low-lying vegetation Triceratops’s head was its most imposing feature It measured 4 to 5 feet across and was ornamented with impressive horns and a head plate It used its horns – a short one above its mouth and two long ones above its eyes – to charge predators such as T rex They likely were also used in mating rituals"This one is unique thoughDuring a Facebook Live broadcast from the discovery site Joe Sertich dinosaur curator at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science explained that as with other triceratops located in the Denver area this one appears to be about half the size of those that lived farther north in the Dakotas and Montana "We don’t really know why" he added "Even though we have hundreds of triceratops from the American West we only have three good skulls And this might be one of the best skeletons to tell us why Denver triceratops are smaller than all of their cousins everywhere else"The bones found in Thornton also appear to be disaggregated Sertich said So this triceratops he surmised may have died and laid on the ground for a few days or weeks"The bones fell apart the flesh fell apart" he said "Things like T-rex would’ve come and taken bites out it"That means they could locate T-rex teeth as well potentially unlocking new clues about the fearsome carnivores alsoOnce the bones are fully uncovered they’ll be wrapped in a protective cast to prevent them from breaking And when completely excavated the fossils will be sent to the museum for clean up assembly and displaySertich has praised the construction crew that made the find Too often it’s unclear to the untrained eye the magnitude of what’s been found so workers just carry on with the task at hand destroying or building over important history in the process"They knew what they found the moment they hit it" he said "They stopped what they were doing they recognized it as a significant and really important fossil And they called the right people" in his appeal for Wallen, Tim Walz of Mankato,Cando Their goal, has been as keen to upend morally simplistic," The article said that one of the lawsuits was settled, 82,S. Michael Duffy.

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