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Directed by Fumiko Sori (live-action Ping Pong), he expressed his desire to stay true to the source material.
Mad Max fully embraces the chaotic nature of its source material, thrusting you headfirst into George Miller's decrepit, salvaged world.
The new regulations also modify distribution, possession and use requirements for small quantities of source material that can be used or transferred without a specific license.
Source materials currently being studied in laboratory pyrolyzers include switch grass, wood mass, waste plants and municipal waste.
The source material is 12,000 pages of documents related to clergy sexual abuse cases.
Ragweed and other pollens are collected from fields and processed to produce source material lots with high purity and confirmed identity.
But a company that creates a secondary revenue stream on modified source material is still stealing.
Sometimes the connection between celebrant and source material is too esoteric to discern without a cheat sheet--live snarls help construct the paean to Strangers on a Train author Patricia Highsmith--but the results are compelling regardless.
The limited source material is most obvious in Rooks's second chapter's analysis of the history of antebellum rape.
Given the richness and variety of the source material at their disposal, social historians are well placed to participate in such activity.
In recent years, Artschwager has replaced the off-the-shelf panels with custom-made fiber versions; likewise, in this show, he eschews the comfortable familiarity of his previous source material in favor of peculiar imagery with less readily identifiable origins.
Original source material and memoirs blend with Randall Silvis' masterful history in NORTH OF UNKNOWN: MINA HUBBARD'S EXTRAORDINARY EXPEDITION INTO THE LABRADOR WILDERNESS.