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The problem is that Terwiel and Piker (and many scholars of Southeast Asian Buddhist Studies) see inconsistency as a problem.
One year, after Olsen laid down the kiln s first stunning cascades of acrid glass, Todd Piker styled his firing, in part, to the even rhythms of his forbearance, Michael Cardew.
have transformed the slugfest of boxer films into a full body ballet, with leaps that make Nureyev look like a piker.
In its every move, the ACS promotes the interests of the major manufacturers of mammography machines and films, including Siemens, DuPont, General Electric, Eastman Kodak, and Piker.
Compared to them, Sinclair Lewis' fictional Elmer Gantry, was a piker.
Harper screamed about the centralization of power in the Chretien administration, and of course he looks like a piker compared to Harper.
Risen portrays them as consummate bureaucratic infighters, who make Machiavelli look like a piker.
In ways that Hill documents, Munday had a far more diverse and perhaps lively professional writerly life than did Shakespeare, who by comparison seems a piker.
I thought I would take a chance with him as he is more streetwise - but I pulled The Piker out of the first.
Some of the animals he shows are unusual and small, for example the dik-dik miniature antelope or the small piker mouse.
They had the opportunity, for the first time in a long time, to organize freely, and they appear to have amongst them geniuses at grass-roots campaigning that make Karl Rove look like a piker.
Included in the works being made available to young readers for the first time are the cautionary tale The Shark - a vain warning to a foolhardy swimmer - and Miranda Mary Piker, a character that he had to trim from Charlie and the Choco- late Factory because it already contained enough horrid children.