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  REFIA ARI   1961 – Refia Ari was born on the 3rd February in Paphos of parents Ozkan and Ayten Kamil -bakers.   1984 – She graduated from OTDU as an International Relations graduate and married Engin Ari, a Businessman of the Year -they have two sons, one with Downs Syndrome.   1999 – ..

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                                                                                                    "We grieve for the loss of Suzan Ari" (Cosar -Deputy Prime Minister, formerly Minister of Education & Culture -kktc ~Halkin Sesi -26 Nov 2002)      1927 – Suzan Ari born on the 12th of July in Morphou of parents Emine and Huzeyin Zihni Uney -a barber.     1946 – Showed the ..

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1858 –  Emmeline Goulden was born on July 14 in in Manchester, England.           – Her father, Robert Goulden was a successful businessman and committed abolitionist           – Her mother, Sophia Crane was active in the early days of the British suffragette movement and Emmeline would accompany her mother to suffrage meetings from a ..

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1822 – Born in Uffington, Berkshire on the 20th of October. 1834 – He went to Rugby School, which was then under Dr Thomas Arnold, a contemporary of his father at Oriel College, Oxford, and the most influential British schoolmaster of the 19th century. 1842 – He went on to Oriel. 1845 – Graduated B.A. ..

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1875 – Born in Castelvetrano, Sicily on the 30th of May. 1907-1914 – He held the University professor of philosophy chair at Palermo, and was later Mussolini’s minister of Public Education at Pisa University. 1916 – The Theory of Mind as Pure Act. 1917 – Logic as Theory of Knowledge. 1932 – He described himself ..

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1803 – Brownson was an adopted orphan, who was raised by impoverished Rural farmers in Stockbridge, Vermont, and educated himself. 1822 Brownson became a Presbyterian. 1824-1926 – He became a Universalist, becoming ordained and preaching in New York and New England. 1932 – He was ordained Unitarian minister. 1836 – He broke from Unitarianism and ..

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1920 – Born on October 19th in Roha, near Mumbai, India. Dadaji, the founder of the Swadhyay Movement (Parivar). – He triggered off a socio-economic revolution of sorts with this Swadhyaya movement—which continues to carry his good work forward. – He became founder and leader of the Bhagavad Gita-based self-study known as swadhyaya, a movement ..

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1860 – Born on September 6th in Cedarville, Illinois.   1889 – Founded the world famous social settlement, Hull House, in Chicago where other social reformers lived and worked to improve conditions in the city’s slums.   1894 – Founded the Chicago Federation of Settlements.   1900 – Hull House activities had broadened to include ..

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