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The description of Canada's "deathly" winters and "inescapably and inhospitably cold" land suggests the dangers of the Canadian landscape.
Displayed in the ICA's always severe and inhospitably lit ground-floor gallery, the spartan setup of these works apparently aimed to heighten the room's bleak character rather than compensate for it.
Collioure, the table wine of the Banyuls district, comes from such inhospitably stony vineyards that almost everything has to be done by hand, but Abbe Rous offers great value especially for their Cuvee des Peintres range.
In inhospitably cold conditions in Northern Ireland, Dravid's team got themselves into a similar position - needing to win twice to beat South Africa in the Future Cup.
Evidently, Grinnell did not believe that acting inhospitably toward her friend Charlotte carried the same stigma as being criticized by her white friends in New Bedford, but she was apparently unaware of such contradictions in her own thinking.
But thinkers working on the archives, histories, and conceptualities written in its name have had many different things and a great deal to say about Derrida: sometimes directly or discreetly or inadvertently, sometimes indirectly in the shape of negotiating with what is called "theory," sometimes in the form of a kind of commerce (without commerce) with troublesome ghosts ("de Man" and "history" are scholarly apparitions that come quickly to mind), sometimes with boundless curiosity or thoughtful hospitality, and sometimes inhospitably in the mode of repelling an unbidden specter.
In actuality, the Pleistocene world at glacial maximum was inhospitably dry as well as cold, with equatorial rainforests reduced to scattered refugia and with deserts covering areas such as the Argentine pampas that are now relatively humid.
Particularly in such inhospitably hot climates like the arid regions of Africa.
Kevin Mitchell, Chairman of BTC stated, "The new Louisiana tax on travel distributors will inevitably and inhospitably increase the cost of hotel rooms.
The title of this book, "Women in the Canadian Academic Tundra," and its subtitle, "Challenging the Chill," provide readers with a fairly concise description of what the book holds for its readers: tales from academics and administrators about the often inhospitably "chilly" climate experienced by women in many Canadian academic institutions.
The mass settlement of this vast, resource-rich but inhospitably cold territory now means that almost 40m people live and work in cities where the average January temperatures range from minus 15[degrees]C to minus 45[degrees]C.
The mass settlement of this vast, resource-rich but inhospitably cold zone means that almost 40m people live and work in cities where the average January temperatures range from minus 15oC to minus 45oC.