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He noted that before launching the campaign, the Municipality had conducted a survey spanning all districts and places affected by these distorting elements at Al Bahya city.
The problem isn't the concept of measurement but the huge emphasis which is distorting children's experience of education."
During their appeal, Fox asserted that there that there are no written rules against distorting news in the media.
It would be tough to overstate the importance of this contribution of feminist theology, for one of the greatest sins of patriarchy has been forgetting and distorting the stories of women and offering our children a theology where women are wrapped in silence.
The projection is disturbed by sculptural and installed elements; distorting reflections alienate the spatial staging within the image.
Working from news reports, interviews, PR industry promotional materials, and many leaked internal documents, this follow-up to 1995's Toxic Sludge is Good For You: Lies, Damn Lies, and the Public Relations Industry includes countless examples of the third-party technique influencing (distorting) debate on public issues ranging from bankruptcy reform and the Microsoft anti-trust case to the potential dangers of genetically modified foods.
It's also part of the fashionable world picture which entirely excludes English nineteenth-century thought beyond a dutiful passing reference to 'Morris and Ruskin': that's bizarre in a book about art as a mirror (however distorted or distorting) of society, or as a glass house.
What is not legitimate is to use that aim to maintain programs which are trade distorting."
There is a wicked chance he may be distorting the past here.
Because of the choices that exist for various entities, there is an increased risk of distorting investment income.
The need for stability was a corollary of America's growing obsession with the Soviet Union and these essays clearly illustrate how the USSR, Israel and the Palestinians were all eventually perceived through the distorting prism of that ruling passion.
Distorting Americans' investment decisions through the tax code can have disturbing ripple effects, as several regions of the country discovered when housing prices collapsed in recent years.

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