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Over the years, Kids Can Press has also been a leader in creating engaging and informative non-fiction in attractive and identifiable series, often cannily linked to curriculum to help the books reach the widest possible market market.
A scholar of cultural, feminist, dramatic, and postcolonial theory, Godiwala introduce the work of 20th-century British dramatist Gems, whom she finds to be cannily on the pulse of the cultural moment.
But as he cannily, and pointedly remarks: "For us to play them in a final, and then at home in a league game, is testament to how far little old Wigan have come.
Entrepreneurial developers laid the property out as home sites and cannily marketed them to the Americans (many of them successful entrepreneurs as well) who flooded into New Orleans after the completion of the Louisiana Purchase in 1803.
The Republicans, Frank continues, cannily focus their rhetoric on symbolic battles--against abortion, gay rights, teaching evolution that they aren't likely to win.
But with the thought of missing the Dublin Film Festival, where he was to be the star attraction, Pearse cannily declined.
Dope enough that Ruff Ryders Records, known for tough-minded acts like DMX and Eve, cannily defied its street-reality formulas, signing the first major label Asian-American solo rapper in a predominantly black industry.
Paul Cooper, head of mortgages at Alliance & Leicester, said: 'While Brits are preparing to lavish money on their homes, it seems they are cannily opting to spend more on outward or cosmetic appearances with decorating or painting, rather than costly tasks, such as a new kitchen or bathroom, so close to Christmas.
While identifying many of the major issues at stake in an imperial policy on language and communication, Palmer cannily prepares the reader for her central enabling observation: in contrast to the "discourse of difference" adopted by the Spanish in their approach to, for example, the Inca and their lingua franca, Quechua, the Irish and their language were at once too dissimilar to qualify as "native" and yet not dissimilar enough to render them "exotic"; English governors, soldiers, and planters therefore had to resort to a practice of silencing and suppressing the Irish voice (like Gilbert) lest it should, in turn, supplant them.
Cannily, the aural background was a series of tapes of stage partners: Toni Lander and Bruce Marks wondered aloud, as a husband/ wife team, whose rhythm prevails onstage.
He cannily took his cheque and let the dust settle on his victory before launching an attempt to find a 'credible' career in television.
In addition to horsepower and handling, Saleen's system cannily packages and sells exclusivity at a cut-rate price.