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This might be due to language barriers or unfamiliarity with terms used among those working in schools.
Metaphor analysis is based on the belief that metaphor is a powerful linguistic device, because it extends and encapsulates knowledge about the familiarity and unfamiliarity.
But despite the unfamiliarity with each other in the dressing room, City showed last season they can pull together to raise their game on the big occasions as their clashes with neighbours United showed.
In addition, some donations may not have been reported to source data providers in a timely manner, because of the haste to provide aid and the unfamiliarity of some first-time exporters with reporting requirements.
However, while Superstars V8: The Next Challenge ticks many of the right boxes, the unfamiliarity of the drivers takes some of the sheen off the final product.
He called his unfamiliarity with sports "my disgrace" when questioned on the subject.
There is unfamiliarity on the subs' bench however, as Ollie Hunt, Chris Pawson and James Clabburn all return to Bahrain colours following respective sabbaticals in the UK.
Experience of the portable rinks is key and although Maskell is an international coach, his unfamiliarity with the unique surface will count against him.
Behavioural problems are often caused by the unfamiliarity of the situation and "oh no, not another supply teacher
It is true that, subsequently, settlers took advantage of the unfamiliarity of the Maoris with their new situation, but the fact remains that the rule of law was maintained.
And despite their unfamiliarity, the trio impressed, alongside Carlos Cuellar at right-back, to keep Blues at bay.
Topics include Proust's relationship with his character "M", the physical alienation of the character through travel, the unfamiliarity of one's true self, Proust's exploration of his Catholic and Jewish heritage, the inexplicable entrance of a Singhalese character, Proust's (and Freud's) fascination with Leonardo da Vinci, the way in which Proust played with memory, the present and past, the relationship of Proust and photography, the slippery interface between just and unjust, ending with Malcolm Bowie's poetic essay on finding the hidden clues between the lines.