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Even though this situation has been pointed our at by a qualified professional body, it has not been modified but fragmentarily and always too late.
Brad Peters recalls, for example, that upon accepting an appointment as a WAC coordinator, he "inherited three file-folders whose contexts very fragmentarily recorded the rise and fall of two previous WAC initiatives" (emphasis added).
This theme is very present in social and judicial research, but appears fragmentarily, episodic and on the side line of references about agrarian regularization and in empirical research on slums.
Water surface overgrowth with water-plants on the upper part of the sluice: Overgrowth with water-plants on the narrow zone along the waterside and/or fragmentarily in the middle.
Women commonly appear fragmentarily in the records of political organisations of the Left, except for the few who reached significant leadership positions through parliamentary representation.
The humanum is thus experienced indirectly and fragmentarily in the triple here-and-now realities of promise, protest, and praxis.
The report says that the Committee fragmentarily monitors the anti-monopoly phenomena in the country.
Some aspects indicate the presence of the allegorical sense, presented only fragmentarily in games such as Silent Hill by means of allusions to alchemy which are discretely incorporated in the narrative environment in the form of posters or advertisings that reveal the structure of the plot inspired by alchemical stages.
3) Kullamaa Maidla (AM 839: 1, 2, 580: 5970), Luganuse Maidla (in Kasmu museum), Komsi (AM 510: 400), Kaarma Uduvere (AIK 15: 212), other ornament types on the guards: Lehtosalo-Hilanders type 1: Kihelkonna Kurevere (AI 4368: 38), Peetri Painurme (AI 2635: 1536); similar to the type 5, but more complicated: Tahula (AIK 66: 1), Saaremaa (AIK 85: 33); the pattern on guard from Viltina (AI 38884: 778) has preserved too fragmentarily to make an attribution.
Texts, beliefs, and values, according to William Schweiker, a Christian ethicist, are "understood and reconstructed around social and practical action," and thus interpretive practices require an experiential and pragmatic dimension (43) The discursive practices by which Christian communities come to understand and evaluate themselves are not wordy pauses from the tasks of discipleship; rather, they are "tied to the struggle for justice and mercy through which the phenomenon of God's reign fragmentarily appears.
The family history tree was fragmentarily remembered by Rose.