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I have, too, a very important legal affair in the Senate, not to mention other preoccupations which you may well conjecture.
La rencontre a porte, selon la meme source, sur les preoccupations et les revendications des travailleurs du secteur et la vision de la tutelle et les mesures prises recemment en leur faveur.
Summary: Health Minister SaE[macron]d Barkat broached before the World Health Assembly in Geneva, on behalf of African group, the continent's big preoccupations.
This scheme extends these preoccupations, and proposes a new sports academy and landscape strategy for Scunthorpe Central Park.
Characterized by its theatrical morbidity, the sensibility of black metal mirrors Violette's own grim preoccupations.
In "Getting Saved," a teenage boy, torn between his fundamentalist faith and the normal preoccupations of teenage boys, is haunted by a glimpse of a naked girl: "It was Sarah Koslowski, .
Showing major works along with a variety of lesser works, the book exhibits the distinctive art on contemporary preoccupations by which this artist has gained her much-deserved recognition.
Josephine McDonagh's richly textured study evokes the changing cultural preoccupations surrounding child murder, as seen across a wide range of 18th and 19th c.
In the course of his diatribe he swipes at every form of "political correctness"; examples of cultural materialist, feminist, and psychoanalytic criticism are held up to derision for imposing modern preoccupations upon the plays.
Ce faisant, on repond directement aux preoccupations des jeunes du Nord de l'Ontario ayant participe aux consultations regionales et au Symposium des jeunes, tenu a Sault Ste.
Jan Steen, born in Leiden the first son of successful brewers, recorded the travails and preoccupations of his contemporaries: women in their households, cavaliers on the town, village doctors, peasants in the countryside, children skating on the frozen canals, markets overflowing with goods, and the living quarters of average people.