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Not only negating any notion of an innate sculptural dynamic toward architecture and collective public experience in the present, her ruinous refusals assaulted the governing codes and prevailing conditions of German reconstruction architecture in all its misery.
The third method of negating bracket-creep requires an amendment of the income tax legislation so as to adjust automatically (and without any need for government action) the various tax brackets by reference to inflation.
This system is unparalleled in quality and availability, negating any need for tenants to install their own UPS's, batteries, diesel generators and chillers.
Employers now may distribute transit passes (valued at $65 per month for 2001), as qualified transportation fringe benefits, for more than one month without negating the tax-free status of the passes.
The results of this preclinical study, said Enzo, demonstrate that Enzo's immune enhancement regulation technology could be effective in negating the effects of GvHD by enhancing the anti-inflammatory immune response mounted by the donor tissue or cells.
I also feel the real value of natural rubber is slowly being recognized, negating the need for this so-called support.
Because any potential contribution from a long-range fifth force would be small at best, researchers can now try to improve the precision of lunar-ranging data without having to worry about some unknown force negating their efforts to test the equivalence principle with greater precision.
The identification and validation of more robust and reliable surrogate endpoints will help streamline and expedite the drug development process, possibly even negating the need for cumbersome and slow-to-recruit post-marketing studies for drugs that have realized accelerated approval.
And it is, of course, no coincidence that Doig chose exactly this scene from a film that, in its pronounced reflection on genre and media, walked an idiosyncratic tightrope between independent and Hollywood film, thus constantly negating the possibility of an "authentic" image.
From this vantage point, the reader learns that Thomas is a conflicted man who advocates the merits of a color-blind society, an ideal he holds out as a benchmark for this country to achieve, yet whose perspective and life experiences have undeniably been shaped by race, the very thing he proposes negating.
While Brown and Dennis were negating each other's efforts, it was Martin who came up with the big plays.
Of the 16 percent of the 18-24 year-olds who do not own a watch, 78 percent tell time with digital devices and 42 percent cite the ownership of cell phones or iPods as negating the need for a watch.