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Round-shaped blots are far more mythically compatible with Luki's circular universe than Mare's streaks.
Hearings focused specifically on gang violence often hearkened to a time when youth violence was mythically contained in large urban settings.
In choosing to address America's most mythically charged war in The Amalgamation Polka and its most bewildering one in Mediations in Green, Wright seeks to demonstrate that both wars have always been perceived as having been prosecuted as the same sort of blunt, simple efforts intended to rectify complex geopolitical crises.
The success of The Lord of the Rings trilogy touches the yearning in our souls to live heroically and mythically.
Alas, he follows the otherwise perceptive Sebastian Mallaby's unwise suggestion that government--or, mythically, "the public"-should be compensated for the bailout with partial ownership of the rescued firms.
Richard Wilson plays the court physician Gaius who takes Merlin under his wing, while John Hurt adds his almost mythically wise voice to the CGI-inspired dragon.
Does it have something to do with the desire for the medieval: for a society of "hope" and beauty, in which human value is, mythically at least, visible in the apparel and comportment of the body?
Darwinism will fail as an interpretive schema because it is mythically impoverished.
However, to the Greek builders it was mythically situated at the centre of the universe and, since remote times, was marked by an omphalos or navel stone (now lost).
Process Safety Management (PSM) is mythically considered to be applicable to the chemical process industries only.
The fact that so many people of otherwise sound mind would be taken in by such a 1950s style urban myth about youth gone wild and social panic can only mean that too many people actually still think Jordanian society is that conservative, or more likely, they secretly in the depth of their hearts wish that it were so or would go back to being this mythically regressive and reactionary society, which they see through rose-tinted glasses.
While it is popular, and perhaps more mythically desirable, to envision innovators as lone geniuses who produce ideas in a moment of blind inspiration, it is more realistic to suggest that such ideas actually result from the innovator being alert to possibilities, capitalizing on acquired and unique knowledge, and recombining this information to develop a breakthrough idea.