These desperate people who join or support ISIS include Sunni Arabs whose lives in Syria and Iraq have been a series of miseries for many decades, and Arabs and foreigners from other countries who see in ISIS the illusory promise
of a noble struggle that gives meaning to their otherwise hollow and vulnerable lives.
There is room for more discussion about linking together elite courtesans and struggling prostitutes (Salkeld writes that "the distinction should no longer distract us" ), as well as the relationship of both groups with women who seem to have willingly bedded men on the illusory promise
This may well have all been about Scotland: The pro-Union lobby in Scotland has already used the Welsh tax deal to show that devolution within the UK is a real possibility, not just an illusory promise
Some specific areas considered include culinary capital in the digital age, culinary resistance in the form of competitive eating and junk food foodies, and gender, class, and the illusory promise
of transformation in TV cooking shows.
The life insurance industry should adopt the motto: "Value trumps both price and the illusory promise
Thus, every American president's promise at the beginning of his term, to fund the development of alternative energy to meet the growing needs of the largest energy consuming market in the world and to replace oil, - so that the US becomes independent of Middle East oil supplies-, is an illusory promise
If the prosecutor or judge tells you during a plea bargain negotiation that as part of the plea you can appeal, then what you have, they refer to it in case law as illusory promise
Like many fans raised on the emotional promise that a new generation of Scottish-born stars is just around the corner, I have frequently put my faith in the swashbuckling inconsistency at Hibs and the illusory promise
of Scotland's Under-21 squad.
In education, the emphasis on "community control" by left and right, has held out the illusory promise
that separate can be equal--put to the lie, most recently, by a study finding that predominantly poor schools are 24 times less likely to perform at a high level than middle-class schools.
It describes a future that never could come to pass--one based on the illusory promise
of central planning, a world where all social problems are dispensed with by the supposed glories of top-down central management of all economic production.
Chief among these is Needles , a nastily funky dance-oeath number, its rhythms bopping along with the illusory promise
14) See articles cited in notes 1, 2, and 6, supra; Evatz & Zakrzewski, Keep the Money at Home: The Illusory Promise
of Contract Audits, 43 Tax executive 251 (July-August 1991), Comment, State Tax Administratiue Provisions, 45 Tax Executive 84-85 (January-February 1993).