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1. You see, I was born just after the Reconstruction period.
2. Right now, it is a big reconstruction period for The Republic of Angola, it is a big market need for buildings, and it is favor for development and surviving for a company.
3. In the chaos of the reconstruction period, genetic engineering came under the control of the Belial group, and then denigrated into corrupt uses of greed and power.
4. And the last stage covers the recovery and reconstruction period which is the gradual establishing process of out country's existing administrative supervise system.
5. During social reconstruction period in our country, social anomy is increasing mainly represented in authority anomy, role anomy and the confusion of leading social value conception.
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6. The state had not elected a Republican governor since the Reconstruction period which had followed the Civil War.
7. Such area plans to be constructed into residences and commercial buildings and the reconstruction period is about 3 years.
8. The franchise was first extended to African Americans under the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments to the Constitution, passed during the Reconstruction period after the Civil War.
9. Such area plans to be constructed into residences and commercial buildings and the reconstruction period is about 3 to 5 years.
10. Such area plans to be constructed into residences and commercial buildings and reconstruction period is about 3 years.
11. She collected supplies for black regiments during the Civil War and immersed herself in advocating for freedpeople during the Reconstruction period.
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