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Coleman meticulously demonstrates how Invisible Man laid the groundwork, thematically and theoretically, for a cadre of writers who in turn embraced Ellison as their literary forebear.
The new incarnation isn't going to have the thrifty appeal of its forebear either, with models starting at around pounds 10,000.
The elder Acree's years of genealogical work led him to believe that there was a forebear before "Cashie" John who was the "gateway ancestor" from whom most of America's Acrees were descended.
Neil has always been interested in his forebear and determines to go west to discover how he made his money.
The new bus must have the timeless shape of its forebear, hold up to eight people and be completely different from anything else on the market.
Riccio began his career with Queens County Savings Bank, the Company's forebear, in 1969 and, following a series of promotions within the branch network, was appointed Vice President and Director of Branch Administration in January 1995.
THE third-generation RAV4 makes its forebear look like the soft-roader it really was.
In addition, a lower court judge recently voided as against public policy an agreement (referred to as a "stipulation" in the decision) whereby a landlord agreed, in exchange for a substantial increase in rent, to forebear in commencing a non-primary residence proceeding against the tenant.
For example African-American performers now represent ghetto life in Rap music videos, but the performance of blackness is no less packaged, stagy and cartoonish than its antebellum forebear.
NASDAQ:ATGI) ("Alpha") announced today that its lenders have agreed to forebear through November 19, 2004 (as opposed to the previously announced date of December 31, 2004) from enforcing any rights or remedies arising from Alpha's non-payment of an excess cash flow payment of $895,000 due to its lenders on September 22, 2004.
The grandchildren who revamp Old MacDonald's Farm years from now may end up harvesting a product their forebear ignored.
Canadian Branch, that the lender will continue to forebear from taking any immediate action against the Company under the rights and remedies afforded to it in the credit agreement and related documents, on a day-to-day basis while the Company evaluates and determines what action to take with respect to bids received for the Company and certain of its assets.