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One of Sons of Wichita's achievements is to keep that fact disquietingly front and center; despite Schulman's often-superb eye for the revealing and/or juicy detail, not to mention his lefty credentials as a writer for Mother Jones, he never stoops to caricaturing his subjects as the Koch Ness Monsters of popular lore.
That threat is still there, and would come no lesser disquietingly to the government as those erstwhile political players are once again in positions of power in Sindh.
SOUTHBRIDGE -- Lillian Hellman's "The Children's Hour'' was written nearly 80 years ago, but its subject matter -- the reverberating, destructive power of rumor and gossip -- is disquietingly relevant.
Yemen's electronic capabilities are disquietingly low in a globalized world where business deals and political announcements are often made via communication devices like smart phones.
As in subsequent major events in The Fox, here a species reading uncovers those unresolved tensions between human and nonhuman that the dream's subtle equivocations encode and that resonate disquietingly in the relations between the human protagonists.
In its level and omnivorous gaze, which identifies us as viewers with a position suspended disquietingly between that of the predator, the prosecutor, and the connoisseur, the film offers perhaps its most vivid address to the mystery of motive--which is also the promise of motive, of explanatory attribution--that is so much at the heart of Van Sant's project.
In developing countries including Pakistan, the habit of smoking is disquietingly high.
Schlesinger was confident about America's ability to achieve "democratic socialism"--or "libertarian socialism" or, more disquietingly, "a not undemocratic socialism.
Because Haredim act and vote as a bloc Haredim play a disquietingly outsized role both in many localities and on the national scene.
The pairing-up of jazz and poetry goes back to the Harlem Renaissance, and the marriage of Judaism and poetry goes even further back to the Song of Songs, but what Marmer has managed to create is a fresh, new genre by mixing the two in a very personal, intimate, and at times disquietingly comfortable way.
This argument posits a softer generic divide between these two categories: "both work on the levels of content and form; both of them can trick us in a disquietingly similar way" [p.