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On the one hand, like the free clinic, it seems to rely intendedly on monetary gifts to sustain itself and so is not a business doer, on this account.
Inter alia, this suggests that, in their jurisprudential role, judges can and do conduct, intendedly, value-free analysis.
Above all, the theory provides an explanation of structure, arguing that it arises out of the cognitively limited yet intendedly rational behavior of very human problem solvers.
Sandberg's (1984, 1986) study was designed to intentionally exclude "the founder of an intendedly marginal firm" (p.
Because the received SWT is both institutionless and intendedly value-free, it should come as no surprise that the standard reform (or transition) prescription:
No, neither Santa Rosa nor her parents' marriage are quite the "foul sty" he has described, but, as the intendedly loving relation of two people who have brought forth three children, two of whom are alienated, and the wife despairing, the husband inadequate .
Intendedly or not it acts as a curtain-raiser to Pierre: or, The Ambiguities (1852).
Yet "the effect of [this] prodigious process, an intendedly 'scientific' feeding of the mill" is never understood in terms of the immigrants themselves, but is rather limited to the consternation of the American observer: "[it gives] the earnest observer a thousand more things to think of than he can pretend to retail" (James 1907:82).
Implicitly, but most categorically, they rule out state strategies of forcible expansion that could, intendedly or not, result in imperial or national economies and international military and political capabilities sufficient to rival those of the established great powers.
This occurred not only on an individual scale, but sometimes, and not necessarily intendedly, on the scale of an entire people.
When, as Hutcheon tells us, such irony markers are missing, as in a recent intendedly anti-imperial exhibition at the Royal Toronto Museum, misunderstanding can lead to unexpected anticolonial demonstrations expressing the politics of difference and "trashing the monolithic and homogeneous in the name of diversity, multiplicity, and heterogeneity.
Each case study is followed by the intendedly chilling legend: "The average jury will find for [plaintiff] X% of the time.