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Drawing on Georges Balandier's analysis of the colonial state as "pathological and experimental" alongside Georges Canguilhem's notion of a "shrunken milieu," Hunt is able to draw forth the moods, thoughts, and capacities of "everyday lives" of individuals acting within the state (17).
A small triumph, a growing awareness, a pleasant irony: these stories draw forth satisfaction.
If the weirdly unearthly trio (in the greatest scherzo since Beethoven's ninth) didn't caper and gibber malevolently enough, Feddeck did draw forth plenty of energy.
If the axillae were too high to reach, he recommended using a blunt hook in the axilla to draw forth the impacted child.
Talking across industry and organizational boundaries can draw forth new insights about user activity and interests.
Rise, happy morn, rise, holy morn, Draw forth the cheerful day from night.
Smith remarked how in the coming decades it will take "an army of scholars" to draw forth the richness of the late pope's work.
4) This work, among many others from Poe's pen, continues to draw forth varied, though equally valid, approaches.
I personally believe the Mass has lost much of its sense of reverence with the new liturgy, but this is not as much a result of the new liturgy as it is the responsibility of the clergy to draw forth that sense of reverence and awe.
Thus, if we Seek only to draw forth the hidden sweet, In all the varied human flowers we meet,
The prominent Elizabethan herbalist John Gerard noted in his 1633 Herbal, or General History of Plants that Dioscorides described the fern polypody as having the "power to purge and to draw forth choler and flegme," and that it was "very good for members out of joint, and for chaps betweene the fingers.
He declared that divine Providence always imposes a limit on evil, and that there is no evil from which God cannot draw forth a greater good.