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This is to compliment the editors and contributors for appositely paying tribute to their dedicatee; on the other hand, such rich scholarship deserves to read by all.
As a result, in her work on female integration, Judith Stiehm appositely asked: "How can one distinguish between male culture and military culture?
As Enke appositely remarks, "trans-literacy remains low.
introduction to the appositely titled essay collection Killing Animals
Plus, alongside his 22-year-old girlfriend Merily McGivern, 46-year-old Lembit got to the final of Pointless Celebrities (it's a quiz, not an appositely titled documentary).
This includes Lady de Grey's diary, based on news from her family's estates, which appositely notes that 'there is plenty of food [in Ireland] now, but no means of purchasing it for most of the people now see money scarcely'.
Wood, who named the Choisir colt so appositely, was not present but she was the first on the phone to offer her congratulations, and Hannon jnr insisted that "she's as happy as the new owner".
There are signs of their occupation - an ancient fold-down bed, and in a creaking cupboard, ancient timesheets, a pamphlet entitled How To Use Your Belling Cooker and a paperback novel by Hal Debrett appositely titled A Lonely Way to Die.
in Europe and in the US, the financial resources "like magic" will disappear through bailouts, tax cuts and elaborated emergency maneuvers which will be ruled only to appear beneficial for those Countries but instead appositely designed for their collapse (except for England that will push Europe over the precipice).
Appositely, Murray comments, "The absolute level [of children raised by biological parents] in Fishtown is so low that it calls into question the viability of white working-class communities as a place for socializing the next generation.
Analysis from a gaming perspective suggests that the opening five tales do not accurately consider the interrelational aspects of human conduct to which the structures of chess so appositely correlate and that Stevens's prolonged submergence in his personal dilemmas only appears when Faulkner's sustained use of chess-informed tropes focuses authorial creativity.
The book divides into eight parts, with chapters on the mainstream of the Platonic tradition (Parts 3 and 6) alternating with long stretches laying out the different phases in which Christianity's encounter with Greek philosophy unfolded (Parts 2, 5, 7--these are particularly appositely grouped according to the types of philosophy with which Christians engaged).