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The purpose of the integration and embrace is not to make the non-dominant characteristic the dominant characteristic, but rather to get to know that side of ourselves.
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The dominant characteristic any Dutch player possesses is a confidence in their own ability.
The "tyranny of liberalism," according to the author, stems from the situation in which treating freedom, equality, and satisfaction as final standards has become the dominant characteristic of public discourse and the self-understanding of major institutions.
From 1945 until today, a combination of economic globalization and political internationalization has been the dominant characteristic of our time.
The dominant characteristic of the Tokugawa system, says Howell, was its universality; everyone, including reformers, accepted "the legitimacy of the status order as the basis of political economy" (49).
163(8) of the Criminal Code which states: "any publication a dominant characteristic of which is the undue exploitation of sex, or of sex and any one or more of the following subjects, namely, crime, horror, cruelty and violence, shall be deemed to be obscene.
Prosperity, more than poverty, is the dominant characteristic of Australia today.
He has created out of this engulfing love of literature work stamped with a signature style that has as its dominant characteristic the ability to evoke immersive experience through figurative language: the immediate feeling of things and the resonant thingness of feelings.
The definition of child pornography in the Criminal Code currently includes any child (under 18) involved, or appearing to be involved, in sexual activity; any visual whose dominant characteristic is showing, for a sexual purpose, sexual or anal regions of the child; and any material that advocates or counsels sexual activity with a child.
While racism tended to be the dominant characteristic of the American army, Keene argues that the picture was more complicated.
For now, resistance to structural changes is the dominant characteristic of Mexico's political landscape.