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Combat Reporter offers an evenhanded, front-lines view of the European Theater and an unforgettable self-portrait of a one-of-a-kind reporter.
An evenhanded, straightforward evaluation, to be commended especially for its close scrutiny of the cultural differences that at first glance make Islamic and Muslim practices alien to Westerners, and Western culture confusing to or misinterpreted by Muslims.
If a state chooses to allow direct shipments of wine, it must do so on evenhanded terms,'' he wrote in an opinion joined by Justices Antonin Scalia, David H.
Those of us who don't buy into the idea of open relationships would do well to approach the matter in such an evenhanded manner.
All this is under the evenhanded editorial control of Childs, who, subsequent to the commissioning of this book, has been chosen to head up the ELCA task force on sexuality that readies the ELCA for a churchwide vote on the subject in 2005.
Even in offering critique, Davis's tone remains evenhanded.
In our times, by contrast, such anxieties have given rise to a spate of generally evenhanded "Year 2000 Problem" magazine articles, action films such as Deep Impact and Armageddon, and gradually increasing air time for the early '80s Prince song "1999.
Written by John Donahue, an associate professor at Harvard's Kennedy School who served as a top lieutenant in the Reich Labor Department, Disunited States is a timely and evenhanded reminder that devolution has a downside.
Rudowski's evenhanded critique is also enhanced by an enlightening discussion of how Machiavelli's understanding of historical precedence, ancient and modern, offered an evaluative tool for determining political action in a particular situation.
I am sure you appreciate that I cannot speak for my colleague, the Minister of National Revenue, whose responsibility for tax administration is also involved here, but for my own part I would consider any change that could make the rules governing tax payments and interest simpler, more flexible and more evenhanded worth pursuing.
These data are critical to Federal, State, and local policymakers in combating crime and ensuring that justice is both efficient and evenhanded.
A Concise Encyclopedia of the Philosophy of Religion strives to leave all bias at the door, and present a multitude of extremely divergent ideas in as unbiased and evenhanded a manner as possible.