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of Colorado) outlines in the introduction why Hermione is an appropriate study for modern-day feminism, including the history of her name and her generally misunderstood antithetical role to the series' namesake.
It reduces human interactions down to mere contracts, and it is antithetical to my worldview.
The traditionalist school won out, fostering perceptions of Islam as antithetical to modernity.
To come out and disclose stuff is antithetical to who I am.
a new metabolic modus what will it take: an antithetical hallucination?
Pope Benedict XVI's visit is another symbol of an amazing historical shift in American and Protestant attitudes toward a political-religious institution that for many years had been viewed as antithetical to all that Americanism and Protestantism stood for.
Communism was an antithetical and inhibiting environment for scientific thought as evidenced by many innovative thinkers seeking to 'go over the wall' and escape to the west during the decades of the Cold War era.
This is antithetical to a student-centered approach that differentiates curricula for diverse student populations and values the social construction of knowledge rather than dictation and recitation of the "truth.
Sigmund Freud thought that we are driven by two antithetical drives.
In this collection of eight essays, contributors tangle with some tough issues pertaining to the precise components of the practice of professionalism, the social contract, the role of professional associations, the idea of professionalism and commercialism as antithetical within the writings and work of American medicine, professionalism in traditional Chinese medicine, justice as taught in a medical school curriculum, initiating and evaluating a program in ethics for medical residents, and variances in perspective on the concepts within medical professionalism.
The two forces that constitute the "Principal Symbol"--the "Great Wheel" --namely, the primary and antithetical tinctures which, in their mutual opposition, create material existence, are known.
Traditionally, "propers" and "ordinaries" were antithetical terms in liturgics, with the former referring to elements of the mass that changed by season and day and the latter pertaining to elements that did not change, like the Kyrie and Gloria.