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As Ruggiero explains in her conclusion, flesh "was also an important antidote to the increasing utilitarianism and materialism that was threatening to become dominant at the turn of the century.
While McReynolds shows that a large number of those who gained fame and wealth through commercial culture at the turn of the century were of peasant origin, she devotes her attention primarily to Russia's urban middle class and "middlebrow" culture.
By his own count, attendance is up since the turn of the century.
``I think something most people have forgotten is that back at the turn of the century, cars were so new and so exciting, and nothing came close to the excitement of road racing,'' said Brian Blane, a member of the Visalia Motorsports Council and organizer of the race re-creation.
The system was constructed at the turn of the century to supply high-pressure water to fight fires.
Although membership in one of these English-speaking white Protestant groups was more or less de rigueur for full social acceptability and political influence in many parts of the nation, by the turn of the century they could hardly be counted on as a homogeneous religious force.
The theater we used is amazing, a product of the rubber boom at the turn of the century.
Its territory at the turn of the century included Russia and Asia, and among its clients were Skandia of Sweden and Helvetia of Switzerland.