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On one side hung a very large oil-painting so thoroughly besmoked, and every way defaced, that in the unequal cross-lights by which you viewed it, it was only by diligent study and a series of systematic visits to it, and careful inquiry of the neighbors, that you could any way arrive at an understanding of its purpose.
In this regard, talks were being held with the stakeholders to arrive at an understanding on the price formula.
That gives Oregonians three months to arrive at an understanding of what they'll be voting on - and it gives the opponents the same amount of time to explain how they'd pay for Medicaid services if the plan approved by the Legislature is rejected.
If the CTO is serious about developing a tourist strategy the first step should be to arrive at an understanding of what happened between 2001 and 2015.
Both the parties are trying sincerely to arrive at an understanding on CMP of governance.
With an aggressive BJP -- which is also eying civic bodies, it would be tough to arrive at an understanding over the seats.
It is necessary to approach Afghan Taliban to arrive at an understanding.
In the end, they arrive at an understanding of the new South Africa that is neither sentimental nor desolate--one that situates it in the postmodern world of excess and desire.
His main theme is that to fully comprehend or define human rights, we must first arrive at an understanding of what it means to be a human being.
All Homes Pty Ltd has provided the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission with a court enforceable undertaking following concerns that All Homes may have attempted to induce real estate agents to arrive at an understanding about real estate agents fees.
He explained: "Talks are held to arrive at an understanding, not to impose anything.
Within the themes of philosophical and policy perspectives, diverse perspectives on gender discourses, and discourses on narratives as safe spaces, they consider such topics as a social justice and human rights education project, identity premised on equality of difference as a fundamental human right, white male teachers' experiences of aggression, using interdisciplinary feminist theory to arrive at an understanding of critical educators who put human rights at the center of school curriculum, and embracing diverse narratives for a postmodernist human rights education curriculum.