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Men Show is an inspired re-imagining of this classic property which has sold in excess of 100 million copies worldwide.
The Re-imagining Library Services strategic plan outlines the way in which member libraries will embrace new opportunities in service delivery, leveraging collaboration and new technologies.
Building on the cache of products such as the revolutionary HP-35 and the best-selling HP 12c Financial Calculator, we-are re-imagining their iconic elements, making them relevant and aesthetically engaging to today's users.
Re-imagining Policing in Canada comprises six papers by thirteen authors, including public safety academics Phillip Stenning, George Rigakis, Clifford Shearing, Chris Murphy, Joe Hermer, Susan Eng, and Curtis Clarke.
Those of us who studied with the late John Howard Yoder remember how he taught us to transgress the status quo, or in his words, "Constantinian assumptions of contemporary theology and culture," with alternative, prophetic possibilities for re-imagining the relationships of God, world, self and other.
This book seeks to illuminate the ways that black performers involved themselves with these people and these movements while re-imagining their world.
In addition, Boks is re-imagining the department in a way that makes it more community friendly and less like the outgrowth of law enforcement.
This paper is based on the author's re-imagining a correspondence with Marlee Kline, which involves the personal, political, feminist, and legal aspects of cancer.
American Sublime concludes with poems re-imagining the lives and events surrounding the kidnapping and historic repatriation of Africans on the slave schooner Amistad.
They found that reliving or re-imagining changed the client's view of reality concerning the grieving and therefore, the guided imagery part of the treatment was essential (Melges & DeMaso, 1980).
The art is lively and colorful; the storyline moves at a brisk pace; the characters are realistic, meaning that the teenagers act like teenagers and not like little adults; and the writer, Geoff Johns, has done a fine job of re-imagining the team.
In fact, the $135 million upgrade--$122 million from E-Rate funds--requires a sweeping re-imagining of the way IT services are provided to Dallas' nearly 164,000 students and 19,000 staffers at its 156 elementary schools, 25 middle schools and 37 high schools.