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Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four is clearly yesterday's news when it comes to covert TV street cameras monitoring our every move.
When it came to classic works of fiction, Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four took the lead compared to the 1960 Pulitzer Prize-winning To Kill A Mockingbird which came in seventh place.
His death-along with some recent events here in local news-got me thinking back to my teenage years where his masterpiece Fahrenheit 451 was required reading at my high school along with George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four (and I'd be remiss if I didn't italicize titles of literary works when thinking about my high school English-Lit teacher).
Arguing that Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949) had an effect on Waugh's Helena (1950), McCartney focuses on one of the conversations between Orwell's hero Winston Smith and O'Brien, "Winston's torturer-cum-father confessor" (66).
Eighty-four percent of Thai users said they would pay up to $138 more, while 78 percent of Mexican users would pay up to $229.
Eighty-four percent are attached units, probably most of them condominiums, Carney said.
I am now eighty-four years old, a retired Transport Workers Union member working for years in strikes, sit-downs, lockouts, etc.
It was once thought that with the appearance and disappearance of the year 1984, the relevance of George Orwell's novel Nineteen Eighty-Four had also ceased.
Eighty-four percent of cases now are being issued as quoted at point of service, she said, and the system is "gaining confidence from agents to give an accurate quote upfront and issue as applied in most cases.
Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four is the most famous of all English-language dystopias.
Eighty-four landscapes--generic desert, mountain, and forest images purchased from a data bank--were projected onto the barrier wall.
Eighty-four percent of women in a multicenter study who were offered a rapid HW test during labor agreed to be tested; the test proved to be highly reliable and thus gave women who had not known that they were infected an opportunity to receive treatment aimed at preventing transmission of the virus to their infant during delivery.
EIGHTY-four per cent of school toilets are unfit for use - and four in 10 have no soap or paper, a survey showed yesterday.
In Nineteen Eighty-Four, records that contradicted the official version of events were dropped down "the memory hole.
Eighty-four percent favored discussion, 16 percent did not.
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