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Rudolph was originally created for the Montgomery Ward group in department stores. In 1939, Robert L. May, a copywriter for Montgomery Ward was asked to develop a Christmas st…ory for a promotional gimmick. Looking for an alliterative name, May considered and rejected Rollo (which he concluded was too cheerful for the story of a misfit) and Reginald (which was "too British") before deciding on Rudolph. Montgomery Ward distributed 2.5 million copies of the Rudolph booklet in 1939. (MORE)

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Josef Ackermann is not Jewish. He got a prestigious Herbert H. Lehman Award from American Jewish Committee. It doesn't mean he is Jewish. African American …and Christian Susan Rice also got Distinguished Public Service Award from American Jewish Committee. Neither of them are Jewish. Don't add Jewish label just because people have Jewish sounding names (most Germans have common surnames with Jews) (MORE)

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Yes, Rudolph is real but its very complicated. Rudolph was santas reindeer, eventhough he got picked on by the other reindeers. Rudolph, friends & Santa Clause is real, But it… was a long time ago like 1000,0000 yr ago. So it just goes to show that most people are real you just have to believe. Or yeah and not to forget reindeers still exist. (MORE)

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Rudolph is a fictional reindeer that helps to pull the sled of Santa Claus. It is said that Rudolph can fly and has a bright red nose that helps Santa navigate in bad cl…imactic conditions. (MORE)

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include #include int ack(int,int); main() { int m,n; printf("Enter the value for m : "); scanf("%d",&m); printf("Enter the value for n : "); scanf("%d",&n); … if(m (MORE)

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the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent colrs just silver gold and black

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Wilhelm Friedrich Ackermann was a German mathematician best known for the Ackermann function, an important example in the theory of computation. Ackermann was awarded a Ph.D. …in 1925 for a consistency proof of arithmetic apparently without full Peano induction (although it did use e.g. induction over the length of proofs). In 1928, Ackermann helped David Hilbert turn his 1917 - 22 lectures on introductory mathematical logic into a text, Principles of Mathematical Logic. This text contained the first exposition ever of first-order logic, and posed the problem of its completeness and decidability. Ackermann went on to construct consistency proofs for set theory (1937), full arithmetic (1940), type-free logic (1952), and a new axiomatization of set theory (1956). (MORE)

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20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4

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Andreas Ackermann has written: 'Easy zum Ziel. Wie man zum mentalen GewinnerIn wird'

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Geometry of wheels on a car. During a turn, the front wheels travel different distance. Ackermann concept corrects this. On a right turn the left wheel must travel further…. (MORE)