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I wonder if there is a modern (female) writer who might extol the virtues of a good husband and father.
In this tenth-anniversary edition of Emotional Intelligence, Goldman provides a lengthy foreword that extols the wide-ranging application of his research.
If that is the case, then how can the SBA's budget be sliced and diced in a way that can adversely affect, or impact, the small minority business community?" Masterson extols the amendment's recommendation of an additional $10 million to the number of procurement center representatives, which he says will help small business owners deal with the adverse impact of contract bundling.
A moving and emotionally profound testimony that extols the greatness of the world beyond the self and the realm of man-made things.
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Creative destruction is our middle name." A Trotskyite socialist who also expresses admiration for Mussolini (a largely disavowed disciple of Marx), Ledeen candidly extols "total war" against the Muslim world as a revolutionary strategy: "I mean the kind of warfare that not only destroys the enemy's military forces, but also brings the enemy society to an extremely personal point of decision, so that they are willing to accept a reversal of the cultural trends that spawned the war in the first place....
Chapter one establishes the ground rules: The narratives by these authors, Rishoi claims, "subvert traditional literary forms in order to construct new forms of subjectivity and resist the male-defined discourse of womanhood." Rishoi extols the virtues of each writer for creating protagonists influenced by inner conflict and socialization rather than subjects devoid of social influences and having fixed identities.
Tracks that stand out are "Andromeda & The Milky Way," which extols her adoration for a lover, and "Come Smoke my Herb," a Stevie Wonder-like paean to the clarity and enlightenment you can experience from smoking a blunt.
Hurst's official statement, in which he extols his new director's "inspiring, warm and collaborative leadership style." Often praised by coworkers and artists alike for his collegiality, Weinberg also gets things done.
Oxfam says: 'President Bush extols the virtues of free markets, but the subsidies paid to US farmers call into question these ideals and force millions of African farmers into poverty.'