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In this study of the Life of Saint Martin I have exposited the challenge Sulpicius presents to pagan Roman culture under the rubrics of Christian versus pagan literary ideals, Christian valor versus imperial authority, and Christian valor versus paganism.
Moses Alashkar writes, [furthermore], "It makes no difference whether the Torah was given via Moses or via Ezra in terms of whether sages can exposit upon it"(21) The traditional commentators who object to this amoraic teaching therefore appear to reject the notion that humans have any role in articulating the halakha as divinely commanded, even on behalf of the divine.
I shall exposit and discuss these problems in order.
Anita Gillette, as the hereo's naggingwife, is at a disadvantage in that she has to deliver so much more of Schisgal's script than her colleagues, including the ever-so-artless opening dialogue in which husband and wife exposit to each other how they came to be married and breed children.
Because the critic tacitly embraces the invitation that this unscripted role supposes, they also accept the implication that they must exposit the nature of this new adventure; that only they can do this, or at least this is the pretence under which it appears that they must accept the responsibility of the role of critical actor.
This article summarizes the quantity theory tradition without attempting to exposit a quantity-theoretic model.
After a systematic exposit on of stochastic dominance emphasizing rigor and generality, they survey some new applications of in finance, risk, and economics.
(2005) payout interviews indicate that executives understand and can easily exposit the tax incentives related to dividends.
Mateer and Rice (2007) exposit a method by which music, lyrics, and economics can all be integrated into a classroom setting via an animation format.
Scholars continue to exposit the "instability" of Hawthorne's signs and symbols, marveling at the "indeterminacy" of his allusive prose.
As Tighe is quick to exposit, sharing such knowledge internally in this manner is a practice that is at the foundation of today's top real estate services firms and one of the key things that has enabled the industry to execute transactions for its customers at an ever-increasing level of sophistication.
Indeed, it is this reviewer's opinion that much more research is required to demonstrate the strong possibility that, taken together, his two articles, 'The Time Moment in Value Theory' (1934) and 'Perfect Foresight and Economic Equilibrium' (1935) anticipate, exposit (in words) and also criticise the equivalent content of the notion of rational expectations supposedly formulated much later in the history of twentieth century economic thought.