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This masterful essay adds to the recent scholarship on Milton's republicanism and it deserves to be widely read and admired; my one reservation about the essay's exclusive focus on Milton's "neo-Roman" republican outlook is that this tends to overemphasize the secular dimensions of Milton's politics and anti-monarchical writings, ignoring altogether their radical religious dimensions and contexts.
The successful operations are a result of our team's ability to communicate clearly and often-and we can never overemphasize the value of cross-training our people," said Jenkins.
Nevertheless, it is impossible to overemphasize the implications of these figures for policy decisions, outreach and educational efforts aimed at preventing young people from acquiring STDs.
I cannot overemphasize what a small thing this letter [to Augusta National] was in terms of our overall program of action," Burk told The Palm Beach Post.
We cannot overemphasize that LDCs still depend on comparative advantage and that the shift to competitive advantage has not happened so far.
Gauvreau chose to overemphasize the participation of Nureyev (dancing very poorly) and Baryshnikov at the National Ballet of Canada, rather than Erik Bruhn's directorship.
But too many times the author uses phrases like "more correct" (as if matters of ornamentation were not endlessly debatable) and tends to impart too much significance to the musical text (in the spirit of our age, which tends to overemphasize the role of the Urtext), interpreting every nonexistence of a slur as prima facie evidence that the passage in question could not possibly be played legato.
Benedon does not overemphasize what the future might bring to the rapidly changing field of records management.
Supplements that overemphasize calcium over magnesium may be working against you.
I cannot overemphasize the importance of training sales people.
Beware of activity and arts specialists who tend to overemphasize their own skills and interests, such as painting or singing.