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It is with some relief I can report that the red satin basques appeared to be gratifyingly unpopular, but the same couldn't be said for choccies, roses and especially the 'dine for two' menu.
The text concentrates almost exclusively on the Australian health care experience and gratifyingly gives considerable weight to contemporary concerns for health practitioners and consumers alike; the health of aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, aged care, media constructions of health, and complementary therapies.
This issue is the first after the gratifyingly successful 4th South African AIDS Conference.
Most gratifyingly, Meacham concentrates his energies upon Jackson as president, rather than on all the honk and incidence that preceded his presidency--what marked his tenure in office as singular, what endured.
The disparity between the "before" and "after" images is gratifyingly dramatic; so much so that the subjecthood of the participants, who appear virtually unrecognizable in their latter forms, is thrown into question.
Tuesday's gratifyingly robust voter turnout in two-dozen states, while revealing in some ways, fell short of designating a presidential nominee for either major party.
The process, much maligned for lasting too long and ending too early, has proved itself gratifyingly capable of delivering surprises.
95), gratifyingly tender and juicy, is delivered with Yukon Gold and Russet potatoes and grilled herb vegetables.
The efforts of the Office of National Drug Control Policy and the National Institute on Drug Abuse gratifyingly seem to be paying off in reduced substance abuse rates in teens," said Dr.
But while a date with Kate would be costly, the 204 is gratifyingly cheap.
Most gratifyingly of all, when the likes of Llanfair, Rhewl and Henllan take to the field this month, many of the players still earn their living from the land.
Gratifyingly, the modest price of the book and the fact that it is clearly aimed at non-specialists do not reflect a compromise on academic standards by Beaulieu, a noted scholar of de Crenne: he edited Epistres Familieres et invectives de ma dame Helisenne (Montreal: Presses de l'Universite de Montreal, 1995), and the first collective volume of articles on her, Helisenne de Crenne: l'ecriture et ses doubles (Paris: Champion, 2004).