As part of a larger investigation into ESL textbooks and the imagining of Canadian-ness undertaken as doctoral research (Gulliver, 2009), I conducted a survey of Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) teachers in Ontario to determine which textbooks they used and examined 24 ESL textbooks for the ways in which they banally
At a certain point, Jarrells too provides discriminating support for this argument, separating the "things" banally
rejected by Wordsworth in 1815 from their stubbornly preserved agency in Godwin's fiction: "Unlike, say Wordsworth, in whom many have found the Romantic model of development, of maturity, in Godwin it is those obstacles to development--or to progress, we should say--that most claim our attention" (Jarrells 139).
Echoing Stevis and Boswell, he adds banally
that unions "can play a significant role in international affairs" by doing a laundry list of activities including strategic research, corporate campaigns, coalitions with NGOS, prosecutions of offending companies, and work with corporations (presumably not the same ones).
"Anyway, ethnic Albanians will realize that Gruevski's policy is openly anti-ethnic Albanian," stated Aliu and added that Gruevski wants to worsen the relations between ethnic Albanians and Macedonians and forces ethnic Albanians to act banally
Thanks to the Industrial Revolution, a banally
materialistic, middle-class mindset was also starting to colour perceptions of Switzerland.
(28) The event of the Coronation, in Behind the Scenes at least, is less to do with the 'collective celebration of the entire nation', as Wendy Webster describes it (29) and, banally
, much more to do with having 'a lovely television set' as Aunty Gladys compliments Bunty (84).
We are drawn to one another as though cursed with the same disease, doomed to live in leper colonies of the banally
named, forever asking "which one?" and pointing to our chests whenever our name is called.
One of the few early women directors, and perhaps the sole woman director of the avant-garde in early cinema, Dulac advises her audience that if cinema is not to be a "mirror of the other arts," banally
reflecting the same conventional fictions (colored by the light of the other gender, to paraphrase Woolf), then it must take up its unique visual and temporal aesthetic capacities, its ability to provide "an eye wide open on life, an eye more powerful than our own and which sees things we cannot see." (52) Similarly, in A Room of One's Own, Woolf's narrator advises that the woman writer who would "catch those unrecorded gestures" of Chloe and Olivia, "unlit by the capricious and coloured light of the other sex," would need to take up as "oblique" a method such as Marcel Proust's.
Jehan completed a bachelor's degree in specific education specialising in arts in Egypt and has participated in various exhibitions including Banally
Port Saed, a common exhibition at the Italian Council and Youth Salon at the French Council in Port Saed alongside Bahrain's Festival of Asela, the Festival of Eskafi, the Festival of Adhari, at the Bahrain Gardens Club, and an exhibition by the Contemporary Artists Society of which she is a member.
learn [ed] how to speak simply and with wisdom rather than by bewildering others with the brilliance of one's words." The problem is that Jesus's wisdom often sounds like the banally
dignified locutions screenwriters put in the mouths of sages in togas.
To take a life is surely wrong, but it is also, even if banally
This is not the same thing, at least so we firmly hope, as the banally
reassuring conviction that life contains both joys and sorrows, that there are, after all, other things in this world besides Auschwitz.