In the aftermath of In re Luvanis S.A., I am not confident that overcoming a primarily geographically deceptively
misdescriptive refusal is likely.
The techniques may seem deceptively
simple at first glance, yet have been tested and proven to promote good parenting skills and quality family time.
The device looks deceptively
simple, just a laptop connected to an analyzer.
Instead, they deceptively
argued that CAFTA was about "free trade." This same deception is being used to build support for the FTAA.
In this deceptively
short book, Robert Jenson takes up six notions that we need when discussing ourselves as human: death, consciousness, freedom, reality, wickedness, and love.
This is a deceptively
easy book to read--a bit like last generation's medical-center satire, The House of God.
This is a haunting, sad, and yet hopeful tale of one boy's struggle to cope with his father's mental illness, and Myers, author of Monster and many other outstanding books for YAs, makes David and his world come alive for the reader in deceptively
simple yet poignant prose.
Why doesn't Schroth suggest that Bush resign, both for deceptively
leading the nation into war and for inadequately (through Donald Rumsfeld) prosecuting the war that he insisted on fighting?
Sinclair-Foreman's assured and sensitive direction overcomes a limited script and, within its deceptively
simple storyline, White Out packs considerable emotional punch.
tight bends, frequent roadworks and the sudden narrowing of the road make the A468 an interesting drive.
Also, the federal government maintains that the companies have deceptively
targeted children through advertising.
This memo oozes insincerity and deceptively
peddles an educational program even the principal notes is of dubious value.