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    Suicidal behaviour

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    Man is not always plainly discernible in scientific writings about him. His individuality denied, in many psychological studies man becomes a cipher. Science demands useful generalisations, and psychiatry is in part so unsatisfactory in discipline precisely because human life is complex. To affect an impression of simplicity when encountering bewildering diversity, although usual remains foolish, particularly when important matters are being dealt with. Suicidal behaviour is important, because it is common and touches the lives of many people. When hundreds of people presented themselves after behaving self-destructively, it seemed gradually to emerge that suicidal persons do resemble each other, and that there are aspects of similarity in their personalities and their suicidal acts. Psychological study of people is a worthy occupation now that we have lately learning how al men pass the major portion of their emotional lives in secret, their continuing passions hidden not only from their close associates but, indeed from themselves

    Unity, New Hampshire annual report year ending December 31, 2016.

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    This is an annual report containing vital statistics for a town/city in the state of New Hampshire

    The Murray Ledger and Times, March 16, 2016

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    20th Annual Christmas/Kwanzaa Concert

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    Photograph of an unidentified speaker standing before a seated ensemble, on stage, at the 20th Annual Christmas/Kwanzaa Concert by The Black Academy of Arts and Letters on December 15, 2012. TBAAL founder and president Curtis King stands to the side of both the speaker and the ensemble. A large green banner decorates the back of the stage

    [Roundtable Writer's Breakfast: Stereotypes in African American Literature]

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    Video recording from The Black Academy of Arts and Letters recorded during their Roundtable Writer's Breakfast: Stereotypes in African American Literature event in 2011. This video features prominent figures of TBAAL discussing racial stereotypes with author Alice Randall. The video stalls for first 10 seconds

    [Roundtable Writer's Breakfast: Stereotypes in African American Literature]

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    Video recording from The Black Academy of Arts and Letters recorded during their Roundtable Writer's Breakfast: Stereotypes in African American Literature event in 2011. This video features prominent figures of TBAAL discussing racial stereotypes with author Alice Randall

    [Roundtable Writer's Breakfast: Series 2 of 3: Images of African American Life in the Visual Arts]

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    Video recording from The Black Academy of Arts and Letters recorded during their Roundtable Writer's Breakfast: Images of African American Life in the Visual Arts event in 2011. This event features discussions between prominent figures of TBAAL with Dr. Alvia Wardlaw about imagery. The video begins with brief mingling and introductions
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