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This edited volume presents 13 essays that reflect on how the influence of Vatican II's Gaudium et spes, the Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World, allowed the Latin American church to interpret and reappropriate, for the last 50 years, a theology that emerges from the context, experiences, knowledge, feelings, and hopes of the population of this specific region; it pays special attention to the voice and dreams of the most vulnerable.
35) Though the novel is decidedly superior to the serialization written for Fantomas's American re-release, the creation of a separate serialization helped to reappropriate Feuillade's film from a French series nearly lacking in serialized elements to one that fit the American model of serial distribution and reception, further emphasizing the fluidity and multi-textuality of the silent film serial.
He also opposed efforts by certain urban senators in Nebraska who tried to reappropriate money from the i NUSF for general fund expenditures.
Thus, the mural on Qasr al-Nil Street serves as a kind of critical medium and a form of dialogue, as well as a means to reappropriate cultural heritage and as a source of much-needed beauty in the neglected public space.
Prior to independence, he asks, how did the Irish internalize and reappropriate this imperial ethos of manhood (and its powerful social currency) for their own political and cultural ends?
The narrative of empire must cede to the individual, although "the Other is within the self" (161), and the story must reappropriate its linearity and end with a return home, but, as always, with a twist.
They will help us reclaim the narrative and reappropriate the truth.
She acts as a visual hunter-gatherer, seeking images from luxury culture to collect, reappropriate and reuse the imagery she finds beautiful.
It has been agreed that, if we could reappropriate the Bierton Centre, we could provide 420 additional places in that part of the city.
Also worthy of note in this context is the fact that director Vladimir Bortko--a dominant force in the contemporary adaptation of classics--first made a name with his groundbreaking film version of Mikhail Bulgakov's Heart of a Dog in 1988, which initiated the trend to reappropriate banned or out-of-favor Soviet "classics" in film.
Acting contrary to government contract decisions in the past, the Federal Circuit adopted the higher standard and denied the contractor recovery because (1) the government did not specifically target the contractor, and (2) the delay did not function to reappropriate any benefit guaranteed the contractor under the contract.