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Nevertheless, according to Bill C-38, the social institution that has always symbolized our society's commitment to the future--our children--will be transformed into an institution that symbolizes our commitment to the present, the needs and desires of adults.
One aspect, symbolized by Apollo, is the tendency to desire escape from the finite real world and the human condition of embodiment.
Two Americas" are symbolized by the Republican and Democratic halves, which don't seem to be able to get along.
That corruption is symbolized by Baptiste's increasing inability to curb his temper.
The book is a la page in theory; this is symbolized by the extraordinary notes.
The creation by Afro-Cubans of their own mutual aid society, La Sociedad la Union Marti y Maceo in 1900, symbolized their formal separation from white Cubans, but also their determination to remain connected with their nation of origin and thus to claim a space within the boundaries of Cubanness.
The crowd represents the faces of the peoples of all nations, united in mourning the deaths of so many, for as symbolized in Mr.
JOHANNESBURG "People of the South," the hit talkshow that symbolized the new South Africa during the late 1990s, has been canned by pubcaster SABC because of a decline in viewership.
In contrast, ancient Maya royalty were buried in tombs that symbolized caves and in some cases even contain artificial stalactites, Glassman asserts.
The particular significance of these observations about the ahistorical and a-ethical dimensions of satisfaction atonement appears when they are considered against the backdrop of the changes in the church that are symbolized by emperor Constantine.
This is by no means a complete list of such uses, but these examples serve to illustrate how freely this minority is symbolized in society.