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"If something gets reduced in my pay I'm too scared to think of it because I wouldn't be able to manage on a reduced income.

The four-color theorem states that a planar graph (or, equivalently, a flat map of two-dimensional regions such as countries) can be colored using four colors, so that adjacent vertices (or regions) are always different colors. [1] Three colors are not, in general, sufficient to guarantee this. The largest planar complete graph has four vertices.

As far as Cone is concerned Jesus was black. "He is black because he was a Jew. The affirmation of the Black Christ can be understood when the significance of his past Jewishness is related dialectically to the significance of his present blackness." [9] Cone of course is arguing for an ontological affirmation of Jesus' blackness rather than an anthropological one. His thesis, as articulated in God of the Oppressed and other work, is that because Jesus identified with the oppressed and black people are, one might say, the poster-children for oppression in America-or as Cone articulates, Jesus' "elected poor in America"- then Jesus must be black. This is to say that Jesus' allegiance must almost exclusively be with black people by sheer virtue of their low social position.

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Muzo has been under development for a very long time. A simple concept is only what we had at the beginning. To be frank, we encountered many difficulties in the past year, seeing as relevant technology is rare, and we have to overcome hundreds of failed experiments. 

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