A top official with the Federal Reserve has allayed
concerns that Fed officials could be replaced by machines.
Some might question the spiritual in school, but Weber's focus on open communication, peace and compassion allays
occasional concerns, says board president Patty Ruth.
The most heartening aspect of Raising the Barre: The Geographic, Financial and Economic Trends of Nonprofit Dance Companies is that it confirms suspicions, allays
fears and furnishes a modicum of hope--all within the space of fifty-two pages.
It may sound bland, but Walls maintains that this phrasing allays
"our concern that science could be ignored." Consequently, he told SCIENCE NEWS, "we are very, very pleased with the agreement" and anticipate that any U.S.
Majestic copper beeches and allays
of maples still stand, recalling the beauty of Pembroke's famous gardens.
What work each Shakespeare play does is wildly various: for Delaney and Cohen it reflects and allays
economic anxieties; for Montrose it provides psychological "compensation"; for Bristol (Othello) it defamiliarizes social structure through the carnivalesque; for Sinfield (Macbeth) and Weimann it reflects legitimation crisis; for Greenblatt it manages affect; for Drakakis (Julius Caesar) it unmasks politics and challenges official ideology; for Andreas (Othello rewritings) it resists dominant ideologies such as racism; for Maus it reveals social life generally in the need to assume private subjectivity; for Boose it insulates and prettifies the "real" history of silenced women.
Being around old, gnarled trees that continue to leaf out year after year allays
my own sense of being temporary, ephemeral.
The auction works for buyers, too, because it allays
the bugaboo question: 'Am I paying too much?' A successful auction will always find the market."