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Patrick Smith, former vice-president of clinical programs at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health and new CEO of Toronto's Renascent treatment centre, is also blunt: "The jury is in.
By contrast, his numerous versions of Westminster at sunset are at once apocalyptic and renascent, guttering and triumphant, seeming to compress the full spectrum of the Victorian national self-conception.
These territories had changed hands many times over the previous six centuries and more recently in 1919-1920 when a renascent, aggressive Poland had seized them from a weakened Soviet Russia.
AN OBSERVANT Jew, Stein used his vast personal wealth to benefit many Jewish organisations and causes and took a keen interest in educational and environmental projects in Israel, shunning publicity for this aspect of his life with the same zeal as he had sought it for a renascent Ladbrokes.
Today's more zealous foreign policy hawks, for instance, would do well to revisit the Kristol who wrote, in 1993, that "a renascent nationalism" should be accompanied by "a renascent neo-realism in foreign policy," which would look somewhat askance at the Wilsonian dream of "benign humanitarian imperialism.
Renascent corruption and incompetence in the Karzai government erodes the central government's credibility and creates the conditions for a resurgent, though moderate, Taliban.
In France's case they are complicated by the debate over nationality, an arthritic political system, debris from its colonial past, an expanding and more diffuse EU dominated by a renascent Germany, the emergence of a predominantly Anglophone world, and not least, a pervasive sense of depression, the last essentially a consequence of failure to deal effectively with the others, a sense perhaps that the best days are over.
It is to this task--redirection or reconstruction--that the author sets himself, reclaiming Darwinian naturalism and the Hegelian philosophy as resources for a renascent form of pragmatism.
About his birthplace Cesaire writes that Basse-Pointe is a town that is "inert, panting under the geometric burden of its forever renascent cross, unresigned to its fate, dumb" (Cesaire 2007a:73).
For example, the North East Technology Park (NETpark) at Sedgefield has become one of the fastest-growing science parks in the UK, and various schemes in Newcastle's renascent Ouseburn area, such as the Hoults Yard creative hub and The Media Exchange at Stepney Bank, are attracting increasing numbers of small businesses with their flexibility and community feel.
For it first led them out of the wilderness, and then guided them, from among hundreds of other infants born with the renascent Sun, to the one baby boy who came into this world in a cave, in the Earth Goddess's womb, and in a manger, as Mithras himself did, long ago.