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It is rather an attentive reading predicated upon the idea that a unity underlies the Qur'an's use of the root k-t-b.
The problem is the occupation and the false premises it was predicated upon.
Lola's prayer has always reminded me of Simone Weil, that wonderful and mysterious 20th-century French mystic whose entire spirituality is predicated upon the power of waiting, or--in her language--of expectation.
I suggest an annual tax predicated upon engine size and weight of vehicles classified by the state as passenger cars.
Businesses are learning that profits are predicated upon an ethical foundation.
As Hanson and Heath note late in the book, to get ahead in the academy requires that humanities faculty bash the West: "[N]early everything that academics in the humanities value -- appointments, fellowships, peer reviewed publications, release time -- is predicated upon a fashionable disdain for almost everything Western.
By re-imagining Gone With the Wind through a slave's eyes, The Wind Done Gone would help strip away whatever sympathy for Rhett Butler's South still exists in some readers; it would make it that much more difficult to obfuscate the brutality of a society predicated upon slavery with phrases such as the "calm dignity life can have when it's lived by gentle folks" and "the genial grace of days that are gone.
Snyder also differs from most Schillerian critics in that she constructs a model of pastoral that is not completely idyllic: "Pastoral postulates the ideal, then, but derives its power from including, or being predicated upon, antipastoral elements: time, death, conflict, civilization, frustrated desire" (3).
C-1-98-547, arguing that the denial was predicated upon an erroneous construction of the new provider rule.
The credit standing of the company is not affected as the rating is predicated upon the strong support of the parent and the importance of CST to the CS Group, the agency said.
Although one might want initially to recognize the appealing quality of this argument with respect to Black survival, Anderson insightfully claims that it is fundamentally flawed because it is predicated upon acceptance of the whiteness--white superiority--Black apologists reject.
The success of such efforts, he argues, is predicated upon community involvement as well as vigorous support from state and local governments.