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There was resistance from Inzamamand he was the unquestioned leader.
The Best Supplier Award is made each year to Delphi suppliers who provide products or services with an unquestioned commitment to customer service.
The consequence is further desensitization to excesses of authority and acceptance of a social structure in which the desires of public servants are treated as the unquestioned commands of public masters.
Polo Ralph Lauren is among the unquestioned leaders in its industry, and we're very pleased to help serve their real estate needs for another 13 years," said George Wells, senior vice president of Wells Real Estate Funds, who participated in the transaction along with associate asset manager Kevin Pell.
The long-run effectiveness of bonus depreciation, and the similar investment tax credit first enacted by the Kennedy-Johnson administration, however, is unquestioned.
Undoubtedly it all has something to do with masculinity, self-identity, and the pleasing notion of unquestioned power.
However, writings by two generations of Americans--intellectual elites and university students--reveal that the transatlantic voyage throughout this transformative period offered travelers the opportunity to engage in a constructive questioning and self-examination of previously unquestioned beliefs and habits.
The fundamental point here is that each girl comprises both Self and Other: In the candid shots, they display the peculiar fusion, the unquestioned equality of the childhood friendship, while their markedly disproportionate bodies suggest only difference (a difference that threatens to play out uncomfortably in the hostile wilderness of adolescence); in their playacting, their undeveloped forms morph in and out of roles as men and women and as mythical figures including Ophelia and the Virgin Mary.
Jane Marie Todd did the best she could to attenuate Fumaroli's vitriol (420), but it bears no apparent relationship to his principal argument, and so relies on the same sort of unquestioned unanimity among his readers which he so eloquently charges Louis the Great and his agents with instilling in his subjects.
She pairs off with the town's self-made hog farmer, Dill Smiles, whose hazy origins have thus far been unquestioned.
The case reported by an expelled student was accepted, unquestioned.
It's a somewhat faulty assumption upon which to build a compromise, given that American greatness and progress are far from unquestioned in many influential circles in education.