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People with autism are there, alongside the action if not completely in it - they listen, and often can talk fairly well if not quite converse - but there's a strange one-sidedness, like extreme shyness perhaps, only that's not it.
THE Human Rights and Social Development Ministry has refuted Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) representative Richard Sollom's tweets alleging that the government accused the group of one-sidedness and the minister refused to meet him.
Akhbar Al Khaleej Ministry denies allegations The Human Rights and Social Development Ministry has refuted Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) representative Richard Sollom's tweets alleging that the government accused the group of one-sidedness and the minister refused to meet him.
The final scoreline does not reflect the game's one-sidedness, but a penalty by Danny Whitaker in the 71st minute gave Chesterfield sight of a point that had seemed impossible at one stage.
My main concern is the one-sidedness of the article.
We reported to the council that we were unhappy with the current one-sidedness of the proposal and that there was no support for an area school at either Rhyd Y Main or Brithdir, and gave them valid reasons why.
The intentional one-sidedness generates a repetitive, overlapping collection of narratives--in Axad's own words, "a tangled mass" of experience and memory.
Be mindful of exploitation and one-sidedness in any friendship, advises Zeid.
But what was sorely missing from all this one-sidedness is any discussion of whether this 50-year-old U.
No amount of class struggle rhetoric by the government and AKEL, about making the rich pay for the recession could hide the one-sidedness of the measures that would have caused much more harm than good to the economy.
Such one-sidedness is important, because it partly evidences Livesay's early reservations about modernism as an elitist discourse; a thorough outline of these hesitations and their eventual attenuation might have also proved helpful to readers.
This is not to say that Dunn does not recognize a one-sidedness in some of the material and cases where the earlier testimony of Paul gives a different picture, but on the whole Acts survives the critical testing remarkably well, with the result that it can be used to provide the main framework for the story.