In the case of South Sudan, Mareike Schomerus cautions that rule of law programmers must accept that the country contains a "unique society with mutable
and negotiable behavioral moral boundaries," as opposed to simply being another country with laws that need more precise codification (p.
Mohammad Haroon confirmed receiving the women's body with mutable
This verse collection by Irish writer Maurice Harmon takes the reader into the "inking depths" of human emotion and endurance through the mutable
world of loosening connections.
The modern literary werewolf; a critical study of the mutable
Environmental Monitoring with Power/FAN/TEMP LEDs and mutable
When they predicted the mutation rates for genes, the authors found that genes that have been linked to autism were more mutable
than the average gene, suggesting that some of the genetic culprits that contribute to autism are mutation hotspots.
Hence his meeting with President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and his proposal to establish a mutable
trilateral mechanism, following the failure of the Egyptian initiative which featured a quartet committee including Egypt, Turkey, Iran and Saudi Arabia.
The interior area itself will be a lively and mutable
space furnished with floor-'cushions to allow people the freedom to move and arrange as they wish, for the various activities.
signs are extremely flexible and adapt well to various situations.
The Sense of an Ending by Julian Barnes (published by Jonathan Cape): "The Sense of an Ending is the story of one man coming to terms with the mutable
As a graduate of the School of Advanced Air and Space Studies, I eagerly read Col Phillip Meilinger's latest article "The Mutable
Nature of War" (Winter 2010).
Our sense of time is affected by outside stimuli, and is therefore highly mutable
, which is something that resonates with people's feeling about the passing of time," said Maneesh Sahani, an author of the paper.