Other articles related to "change, changes":
... parts of the USA, Canada, and the UK—a name change usually does not require much legal action, because a person can choose to be known by any name (except with intent to defraud) ... However, the legal process for a name change due to marriage is, in many jurisdictions, still simpler and faster than for other kinds of name change ... name" to remain the same throughout life Citizens there who wish to change their names legally must usually apply to do so via a formal procedure ...
... Key ideas that sparked this change were evolution, as postulated by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Erasmus Darwin, and Charles Darwin and what might now be called emergent order, such as the free market of Adam Smith ... Pressures for egalitarianism, and more rapid change culminated in a period of revolution and turbulence that would see philosophy change as well ...
... The following changes to the entry have been announced in newsletters by the ISO 3166/MA since the first publication of ISO 3166-2 in 1998 Edition/Newsletter ...
... Evidence for climatic change is taken from a variety of sources that can be used to reconstruct past climates ... For earlier periods, most of the evidence is indirect—climatic changes are inferred from changes in proxies, indicators that reflect climate, such as vegetation, ice cores ...
... to promote gender equality as outlined in the Quebec Charter of Rights, no change may be made to a person's name without the authorization of the registrar of civil status or the ... Newlyweds who wish to change their names upon marriage must therefore go through the same procedure as those changing their names for other reasons ... The registrar of civil status may authorize a name change if 1) the name the person generally uses does not correspond to the name on their birth certificate, 2) where the name is of foreign origin or ...
Famous quotes containing the word change:
“That man is a creature who needs order yet yearns for change is the creative contradiction at the heart of the laws which structure his conformity and define his deviancy.”
—Freda Adler (b. 1934)
“Thus change the forms of being. Thus arise
Races of living things, glorious in strength,
And perish, as the quickening breath of God
Fills them, or is withdrawn.”
—William Cullen Bryant (17941878)
“To suffer woes which Hope thinks infinite;
To forgive wrongs darker than Death or Night;
To defy Power, which seems Omnipotent;
To love, and bear; to hope, till Hope creates
From its own wreck the thing it contemplates;
Neither to change nor falter nor repent;
This, like thy glory, Titan! is to be
Good, great and joyous, beautiful and free;
This is alone Life, Joy, Empire and Victory.”
—Percy Bysshe Shelley (17921822)