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The text tends to treat Bible passages straightforwardly as stories, poetry, proverbs and theological concepts.
Paterson stated, more straightforwardly, that she had been fired for her political views.
He defines this relatively straightforwardly, 'The bias has been towards those [buildings] that were innovative--stylistically, technically or programmatically--and especially those that significantly affected the course of architecture.
Through a series of exciting episodes, it straightforwardly depicts the quest of various denizens of Middle Earth to wrest a stolen treasure from the dragon, Smaug.
It would also be a good time to straightforwardly address the gritty reality of one's own role in the perpetuation of the deep-rooted problems of America's college-bound youth.
More straightforwardly, he also suggests that witches served a useful answer to the perennial question of how to explain the presence of evil and suffering in a world governed by an all-powerful and good God.
McManus defines self-regulation most straightforwardly when he stated, "Given the broadest definition, self-regulated learning (SRL) is an amalgam of numerous cognitive, metacognitive, motivational, and social factors which effect how a learner approaches learning" (McManus, 1995, paragraph 3).
In the spirit of dealing straightforwardly with our differences and building on common interests the President paid an unprecedented two visits to China in his first 13 months in office, and hosted President Jiang Zemin in Crawford last October.
Birg straightforwardly traces the shortfall to the one third of German women who now remain childless.
In one sense, it is a straightforwardly realistic narrative, but the circumstances the children face are almost unimaginable, certainly to children in the West.
As always, the reason for the closures is straightforwardly financial.
Dennis Behreandt's lucid article "Y2K and 9-11" (August 12th issue of TNA) states the problem articulately and straightforwardly.