Posted at 30-11--0001
Use for general works on reform or restructuring. Use a narrower term if possible. Works on reform or restructuring in specific subject areas should appear under the subject with Reform as a minor descriptor
technovore posted a photo:
Imaging that I'm using in my email signature to promote the History and Future of Education MOOC/seminars/courses/discussion groups that will be happening starting January 2014. For more information check out the HASTAC website: www.hastac.org/future-higher-ed. We are still planning out the face-to-face discussion groups we plan to hold on campus in the nyc area, for more information contact me
Detail of the 'Biblical Reform' window, Grace Cathedral, Nob Hill, San Francisco, Ca. USA
Ministry posted a photo:
This window by Marguerite Gaudin of Willet Studios, designed in 1966, shows key stages in the evolution of the modern bible.
Historically, St Jerome is best known for translating earlier manuscripts into the definitive Latin 'Vulgate' bible. However, he's also a prominent subject in the history of art, often depicted with distinctive but largely fictional iconography. For example, the 4th Century ascetic has frequently been shown, as here, as a wealthy cardinal of the mediæval church, and his association with a lion is a reference to an entirely different saint, Gerasimus (Jerome is 'Geronimus' in Latin; bad monastic handwriting may have completed the error).
Better On Black?
Reform Muli 970 Turbo
Mc Steff posted a photo:
Unite to Labour:No Reform, No Primaries, Unions Control Selections Unite to Labour:No Reform, No Primaries, Unions Control Selections
stephen_medlock posted a photo:
Unite to Labour:No Reform, No Primaries,Unions Control Selections #Unite #Labour fail #bbcnews #bbcqt #Newsnight #fb ow.ly/rHV0k The Collins review into Labour's links with the unions has evoked a response from Len McCluskey. Guido has the official response of the Unite...
Fast for Families passes on commission to Reps. Luis Gutierrez and Mario Diaz-Balart
RepLuisGutierrez posted a photo:
On December 12, 2013, Fast4Families held the closing ceremony for fasters who had been fasting on the National Mall to highlight the urgent need for comprehensive immigration reform. The two lawmakers accepted the commission to bring their receptive parties together and to continue their efforts to make immigration reform the top priority for the House of Representatives in 2014.
United Reformed Church, Princes Street, Norwich, Norfolk
mira66 posted a photo:
Built 1869 by Boardman
A detail of the capital on the top right and the corner of the building next to it (also by Boardman)
Grade II listed
Originally posted for GuessWhereUK
guessed by BC&IKB
Finance Minister Simon Hamilton pictured with Juhan Parts, Minister of Economic Affairs and Communication during his visit to Estonia where he got a tour of Victor Stationery
Northern Ireland Executive posted a photo:
Finance Minister Simon Hamilton MLA visited Estonia and held a series of meetings with senior Government officials to discuss issues including Public Sector Reform, eGovernment, ICT, and Digitalisation.
For more information on the Minister's visit to Estonia, please read the corresponding news release via the Northern Ireland Executive website: www.northernireland.gov.uk/news_-_dfp-111213-estonia-we-can
Photographer: Erik Peinar
DFP Minister arriving at e-Governance during his visit to Estonia
Finance Minister Simon Hamilton being greeted by Indrek Vimberg before his tour of the ICT Demo Centre in Estonia
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