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Douglas Keeve's documentary Unzipped, about fashion designer (and Keeve's former boyfriend) Isaac Mizrahi, operates, perhaps involuntarily, as a corrective to the smug fatuities purveyed by Robert Altman's recent, regrettable film about the fashion industry, Ready-to-Wear.
Blunders and fatuities are solidly built into the biographies and permeate our culture and literary histories" (5).
A network of whanau advocates to liaise with community groups and Maori wardens has been established to work with fatuities experiencing hardship to ensure they are getting all available assistance.
A study by an Oregon economist, Randall Pozdena, found that, if all states had adopted his state's smart-growth policies before 1990, more than 1,000,000 fatuities that had become since 1990 would not have been purchase their homes.
We attract fatuities into this area because of the school districts, and there are some nice houses built thanks to that.
Or that we were a spoiled, arrogant, self-indulgent, unloving lot who rejected the beliefs that might have saved us and embraced murderous lies and high-minded fatuities instead?
Edward Luttwak has been our nation's most prominent "bad boy" writer on strategy and military affairs, puncturing with equal relish the fatuities of arms controllers, politicians, and generals.
Bloom is fueled by a Swiftean rage against what he perceives as the fatuities of the day, and proceeds out of a similarly Swiftean faith in the powers of human reason rightly applied.
Serious psychiatrists intuitively recoil from the worst fatuities of their field, of course.
Bringing fathers' perspectives and needs into Plunket's vision for the future was the challenge brought to the conference by Campbell Some of the significant changes facing fatuities and Plunket in the 21st century included older parents, blended families, single parents, work/ life balance, growing ethnic diversity, and the fact half New Zealand families with a child aged less than 12 months were in the paid workforce.