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The bus rides were a flash point because segregation was still an institution in the South, and Jim Crow laws, which outlawed discrimination.
PHNOM PENH, April 30 Kyodo Cambodia said Saturday it has asked the International Court of Justice to intervene in its border dispute with Thailand, as Cambodian and Thai troops clashed in one of the border flash points for the ninth straight day of fighting.
13, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Earlier this Summer Flash Point Communications, in conjunction with the Midwest Ford Dealers, launched the Race Carl Edwards contest, promoting the 2011 Ford Fusion.
One flash point for parental ambition has long been the public school system’s “gifted and talented” programs.
One common laboratory method for the analysis of fuels is flash point analysis.
This failure on the part of critics to separate the views of the father from the son first became a flash point in the long buildup to the release of Gibson's powerful 2004 flick, The Passion of the Christ.
In addition to broad coverage of Islamic history, the religious diversity among Muslims, and political current flash points, there is attention to the Crusades, European colonialism, mosques in the United States, Islamic arts, and even Muslim cinema and Internet use.
Another flash point is the attempt to teach religion in public school science classes under the guise of "creation science" or "intelligent design.