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Disappointingly, Linda Greenhouse's new biography, Becoming Justice Blackmun, fails to wrestle with these questions, but her well-paced and accessible treatment of Blackmun's life is a useful place to begin the inquiry.
Sensations, which is a huge impulse brand, has performed disappointingly with extensions in the form of crackers and poppadums.
Even though disappointingly few literary texts authored by women survive from this period, evidence suggests "women experienced involvement with written texts in late medieval England as transformative, a means for learning to change" (211).
Disappointingly, none of these sections use real outcrop photos, measured sections or well log cross sections to demonstrate principles or techniques.
Disappointingly, the author fails to develop the why of the gender division of childcare--seeming to dismiss outright that many mothers may prefer to be at home with their children rather than sending them to state-sponsored daycare facilities where they are cared for by women (other people's mothers, not fathers
The special effects are quite fun but with treacle laid on with a trowel and the comedy disappointingly thin this Christmas treat will be heavy-going for parents.
Disappointingly, chemicals are covered only as pollutants of air or water or as endocrine active substances.
The voices of the slaves themselves disappointingly are muted relative to those of their oppressors, despite the author's many efforts to tease them out of documentation that is heavily biased in favour of the slavers.
Disappointingly, the book ends at this juncture leaving much about Ilyasah and her family unanswered.
The entries for President Lyndon Johnson and Robert McNamara are disappointingly sketchy, and little larger than the space allotted to lesser figures.
Some of the more mean-spirited long-time IMF hands suggest the former Clinton official was aggressively interviewing on Wall Street before disappointingly coming to the IMF (though some add that he would find any private sector opportunity rather mundane after the dazzling Rubin-Summers Treasury years.
It is an interesting subject but the book is disappointingly vague in its analysis and could have used more editing.