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(33) Eventually those forerunning insights evolved into a
It is worth noting that other scholars have distinguished Williams as the risk-taking, forerunning rebel among his Inklings cohorts.
"Sleep is a great new category to be in, and we're thrilled to be one of the forerunning brands helping establish it in this new and convenient liquid form," says David Lekach.
Since Warrior's call in 1992 (when a first version of "Reading American Indian Intellectual Traditions" was published) for scholars to "[connect] the written creative output of their subjects with those subjects' concomitant specific relationships to Native political, cultural, and social history," on which path he sees William Willard's work on Bonnin as forerunning, an increasing number of scholars are doing just the sort of work for which Warrior called, including Cox, Jane Hafen, and Ruth Spack, to name but three.
Designed to stay as true to its forerunning 100,000-sqaure-foot format as possible, the new store format had a main objective of helping Exito align its stores with a recent brand refresh at the same time as the unveiling of the new upscale compact supermarket.
His portrayal of the driven but deadly Eric Lehnsherr (forerunning Sir Ian McKellen in X-Men 1-3) has been favourably compared with the early Bonds due to the 60s-set stylings of this prequel.
Hasani had taken for himself the title of al-Yamani, a minor forerunning messianic figure said to oppose the Sufyani in battle.
The fluctuations of stock market prices are chaotic and depend on the values of their immediate forerunning fluctuations.
Though there are certain signals hinting a shift towards the aforementioned direction, nowadays' situation is by no means that grim, or, if one prefers, at least it is not irreversible: in spite of the fact that during the latest presidential tenures neoconservative-inspired unilateralism has imposed itself as the dominant doctrine, not only a return towards international dialogue is due to take place shortly, but signs forerunning it are increasingly visible--let us mention, in this respect, one of the most ambitious projects of foreign policy of the latest years, namely Condoleezza Rice's doctrine of "transformational diplomacy" (13).
Progress has been registered especially in the egovernment forerunning countries, such as Finland, Germany, United Kingdom, but the current typology places three of the newer EU member states--Malta, Poland and Romania--in the category with the most advanced opportunities for online civic engagement.
and whence the liberty of the malapart tongue is derived; Spaine had the warinesse to purge it selfe, before the ranckenesse of that growth dissolved it selfe into suche dangerous effecte, which they conceived to be the forerunning causes of trouble, discontent, domestique perturbations, and (many times) Rebellion: which the unfortunate Greciano, (8) had not the happines to foresee, and in due time to prevent.
The Induction to Antonio and Mellida (1599) not only mocks Matzagente for his "tuftie Tamburlaine" rhetorical poses; it also introduces Balurdo as "A servile hounde, that loves the scent of forerunning fashion, like an emptie hollow vault, still giving an eccho to wit: greedily champing what any other well valued judgement had before hand shew'd." Balurdo inadvertently mocks himself when another juicy piece of diction finds its way into his mouth: "There's a word: unpropitiously!