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1217) make clear that, for the climate system, life itself is this messiness.
Despite, or likely because of the messiness, this book functions on many levels: a critical ethnography of both cultural communities and the researchers who study them; a handbook for the practice of oral history and other human subjects research; an institutional history; an epistemology; a memoir, confession, or apology; perhaps even a Bildungsroman.
These imperfections signal distance from computer-generated graphics and industrial fabrication, while they also suggest that such imperfections can also be deemed a style and re-created on demand--that graphic design can feed our human messiness back to us, pretending to take ourside.
She understands the messiness of the human condition and captures it in scintillating prose and apt metaphor.
The empty shelves in stores have raised concerns about the company's logistics and Sozzi described a 'rotting' atmosphere typified by messiness and blank spaces where normally there would be merchandise, dragged down more by competition from online retailers like Amazon and aggressively expanding dollar-store chains.
Dana struggles with her destiny as the future Guardian and the monastic isolation that this involves as she has always been a rebel against the order of the Kingdom: she wants to revel in the messiness of ordinary life beyond the boundaries of the Castle.
99) receives fun drawings by Steven Kellogg as it follows the bath-time of a lifetime and adventures which always seem to lead to messiness.
This text presents an unconventional approach to introducing entrepreneurship in all its contingency and messiness.
They accepted what Weinberger was saying, but what really resonated with the crowd and subsequent speakers was when he admonished the audience to "embrace messiness.
Picture not of Masdar city Dear Sir, Gulf Times With great interest I have been reading the article in about "Cities must reflect messiness of real life" (December 6).
But I suspect we more often authentically pray, "My Lord, My God" (the Latin text on the inscribed band) because of life's messiness and pain rather than their absence.