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Much of the current dialogue about efficiencies and antitrust misses the irony that the Chicago School's lionization of efficiency is inconsistent and at war with the economic liberalism of such "founding fathers" as Milton Friedman.
However, in certain conditions, it can affect females too: (i) X-chromosome lionization, (54,55) (ii) inactivation of normal X chromosome in a carrier, (iii) Turner's syndrome (56,57) (iv) offspring of a carrier mother and father with hemophilia (figure 2).
This represents a significant diversion from most literary lionization, in which authors are usually placed on pedestals, their flaws washed away by the growth of their charms in the eyes of adherents.
Such incitement ranges from the glorification of Nazism and the lionization of Adolf Hitler, to programs on official PA television featuring heavily-stereotyped Jews as villains (and encouraging violence against them), and various TV and radio shows which literally wipe the Jewish state off the map.
Griffin referenced the Panthers and in particular Eldridge Cleaver, the Panther whose lionization by the New Left helped propel his prison memoir book.
The occasion of A Lesson Before Dying's National Book Award presented a stark contrast between the dehumanization of the novel's subjects in the 1940s and the lionization of its author in the 1990s.
Ross simultaneously substitutes enchantment (subtracting disenchantment) for Gilles Deleuze's and Felix Guattari's lionization of schizophrenia, a primordial flux that theoretically underlies all existence.
She points out the considerable irony of Gao's lionization in the West as a major opponent of China's governing elite, even though Gao's creative and critical writings proclaim only a general commitment to individual human rights, rather than a particular concern for the rights of the Chinese people as a collectivity.
His temporary lionization as a paternal figure looking after the morality of society at large was a transparent, and short-lasting moment that did not endure the length of Wilde's prison sentence.
If uncontrolled passion and lionization of fellow travelers is an oxymoron that best defines how political novels can limit their art, what makes Fontaine's brilliant fiction superior is his methodical and painstaking re-creation not of a particular history but of the microhistories that define it--before, after, and during Pinochet.
Yet, although The Ballets Muses and Beyond shares its name with the latter, Caddy's monograph does not partake in the Coliseum's lionization of the Russian troupe.
Apart from these automatic detectors, instruments that are based on the flame lionization principle, ionization principle, or on the ion mobility, IMS (Ion Mobility Spectroscopy) are also used.