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The St Peter's Square skate board park between Seel street and Fleet Street is filled with noisy trundling half-wits every day, yet these vaunted `crime wardens' have never even been seen
While they maintained family placement, however, the Socialists espoused a different form of ruralism, one that recognized an important connection between a healthy childhood and proximity to nature, but that no longer vaunted rural over urban life.
Ireland hooker Shane Byrne insists he will not be intimidated by the atmosphere at the Stade de France on Saturday - instead his focus will be on neutralising the vaunted French front row.
But unlike the laissez-faire Austrians, Ropke conceded that capitalism can be disruptive and inhumane, and that its vaunted efficiency and affluence can exact social and spiritual forfeits.
And the intercontinental ballistic missiles of the Soviet Union kept the United States in a bull's-eye for forty years, notwithstanding our vaunted seas.
Exaggerating the classically romantic poses of that era, Rachel Ellis, Christine Rennie, and Melissa Ehrmann vied for the affection of the vaunted St.
Few surprises, but it is a good thing to have questions about our much vaunted "unity in diversity and diversity in unity" position laid bare for us.
He reminisces uneasily about the pressures he felt as a young stockbroker to cut corners at the expense of his clients, and in surprisingly frank terms--given his vaunted career on Wall Street--he warns investors that, for the most part, they'd be better off firing their brokers.
Following a lead provided by Gasparo Contarini in his treatise De magistrati bus et republica Venetorum, historians have attributed Venice's much vaunted political and social stability at least in part to the honors and rewards offered to this subaltern bureaucratic elite.
Despite the booming economy of the 1990s and a vaunted urban comeback in many places, the once-bustling manufacturing centers across the Rust Belt are losing residents.
In the past decade, the data density for magnetic hard disk drives has increased at a phenomenal pace: doubling every 18 months and, since 1997, doubling every year, which is much faster than the vaunted Moore's Law for integrated circuits.
And the vaunted corporate campus appears to be such a place at the moment.