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Johan Botha, as Walther, sings ringingly but his acting is wooden; Adrian Erod, a vocally assured Beckmesser, tends toward slight over-characterization but not to caricature.
101) has ringingly upheld the unenumerated rights of extended family
The constitutional legitimacy of funding cut-offs was ringingly reaffirmed in the aftermath of Iran-Contra.
What makes patriotism a relevant issue is that many readers (including Darby, Beidler, and Cain) believe that the novel ringingly endorses, even propagandizes, America's war with Japan.
Therefore, 'to promote a woman to bear rule, superiority, dominion or empire above any realm, nature or city is repugnant to nature, contumely to God, a thing most contrarious to his revealed will and approved ordinance, and finally it is the subversion of good order, of all equity and justice', Knox ringingly declared, before elaborating several thousand words of largely circular variation on that pungent theme.
indeed the Bilski court itself ringingly reaffirms the view that
The reflex of a legend" becomes the more ringingly triumphant "Arthur has come again, he cannot die," We don't write about "Day Dream" because Tennyson encourages us to see it as a phase he was going through.
The folksinging legend has rarely sounded better than on these ringingly clear discs, which astutely balance classics with rarer works and divides them into volumes of greatest hits, roots, political songs and collaborations with Cisco Houston and Sonny Terry.
Sasha Cooke sang Kitty Oppenheimer warmly and openly, Thomas Glenn was ringingly clean and clear as Robert Wilson, and Brindley Sherratt (Edward Teller), Jonathan Veira (General Groves) and Roderick Earle (Frank Hubbard) all made their roles as vivid as possible.
Thus, the controlling opinion ringingly affirmed the right of the individual to decide when personhood begins: "At the heart of liberty is the right to define one's own concept of existence, of meaning, of the universe, and of the mystery of human life.
Ms Harman said: "She (Ms Blears) has not ringingly endorsed herself what she said.
And yet studded throughout are ringingly memorable lines, ones that make you see, hear, feel.