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These detractions notwithstanding, however, the book's strength is that it is packed with useful information concerning the Anglo-Italian contexts of courtesan figures in plays written by Shakespeare and his contemporaries.
The panel features a specially devised angular design that prevents light reflections and other detractions that would otherwise impede user recognition.
All athletes, including teen athletes face personal challenges, but our goal is to captivate them through sports, hopefully enough, to help them better understand and avert their various detractions.
While the book is not without detractions (one wishes for instance that Berry's poetry was dealt with in greater detail), it is a rewarding work that significantly expands the conversation regarding the Christian dimensions of Berry's writing.
If one is being picky, there are a few detractions.
But detractions are of secondary concern in the face of Australia's uniqueness, its beauty, its splendour, its youthful confidence and the sheer warmth of the welcome, whether you are visiting for the first time, the 101st time or, like us, just coming home again.
The point of this editorial is not about the cited examples, but rather about flaws in the drug regulatory system that made these detractions possible.
Thus, GKV Architects' design plan turned potential property detractions into strong selling points.
After all, PACS in its infancy arguably suffered from similar detractions.
One should add, though, that apart from the efforts of a few scholars, a thorough evaluation of the merits and detractions of various editing methodologies via book reviews has not been a well-established tradition within the held of Ottoman philology.
xviii-xix); its merits and detractions weighed and given their due, but house style remains house style.