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The joint Arab slate should use this to not only challenge the right-wing's discriminatory agenda, but to expose the center-left's distorted idea of democracy.
Charles Vaughan-Jones, post-graduate dental tutor for rural Wales, said: "There are frequent stories of the lengths to which some people go to attain what sometimes seems a distorted idea of an improvement in appearance.
The terrorists who brought their own distorted idea of Islam to a wider world also brought us the opportunity to enhance and widen our view of society rather than to diminish it.
The terrorists, who brought their own distorted idea of Islam to a wider world, also brought us the opportunity to enhance and widen our view of society rather than to diminish it.
Meanwhile Mr Dimbleby revealed that some people have a rather distorted idea about the smoking issue.
Chapters pinpoint the problems inherent in conventional MBA programs and concepts, from an overemphasis on analysis to a distorted idea of how management may be practiced.
But the line between reality and imagination often becomes blurred and people get a distorted idea of what is actually going on in the world.
One pitfall is "diagnostic overshadowing," in which a distorted idea of "how mentally retarded people behave" discourages the search for other factors, or truncates investigation into the possibility of psychiatric disorder, Dr.
Today they are pressured by structural poverty, consumerism, and sometimes a distorted idea of "filial piety.
We all talk about unity," he noted, "but sometimes I think we have a distorted idea of unity and sometimes we're on different tracks.
John Ball is to Welsh nationalism what John Bull is to the a distorted idea of Britishness.
A couple of generations ago, the country found itself obligated to start its war on terror when it found its infrastructure, its guests from the western world under attack for nothing but distorted ideas and images implanted in the imagination of some of its citizens.