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Critique: Iconoclastic, exceptional, thoughtful and thought-provoking, "Proclivities: A Pop Culture Odyssey" is very highly recommended for both community and academic library Contemporary Philosophy & American Popular Culture collections.
Heritage sites can use this finding to sponsor and disseminate knowledge that can accentuate proclivities and drive tourist affect and loyalty.
This result supports the contention of this study that individuals' cultural proclivities affect CMC collaboration, at least to the extent that people with a more individualistic nature are more inclined to seek out information from sources outside of their social boundaries.
The former justice said he was not referring to any particular case by " sexual proclivities" in the letter.
H4: The accuracy of predictions of final course grades will be greater for students with lower proclivities to self-handicap than for students with greater proclivities to self-handicap.
More than a few unconstitutional laws and covert practices hammered or sneaked through by the Bush administration possibly make universal jurisdiction an increasingly relevant and dramatic juridical protection against the enlarging authoritarian proclivities in White-House governance.
In 1987, he became the rector of Grace Episcopal Church in Princess Anne, Maryland, where "his political proclivities found their way into his sermons" but were forgiven even by his conservative parishioners because of his good humor.
Back in the early 1950s when I was a server at a parish church in what was then called "darkest Huron" because of its low-church proclivities, we had a piscina leading directly to ground, in the sacristy next to the sanctuary.
If not, why are homosexuals the only favoured class to have their sexual proclivities protected?"
In suicide cases, the court elaborated, liability hinges on the foreseeability of the decedent's suicide, which can be established if the deceased had a history of suicidal proclivities, manifested suicidal proclivities in the presence of the defendant, or was admitted to the facility of the defendant because of a suicide attempt.
"The Remarkable Life Of John Murray Spear: Agitator For The Spirit Land" by John Buescher (Chief of the Tibetan Broadcast Service of the Voice of America) is the biography of one of 19th century America's most idiosyncratic and radical religious figures whose flamboyant spiritualist proclivities led him to protest slavery and capital punishment, invent 'spirit machines', and perhaps most surprisingly--advocate 'free love'.
And he is threatening to give evidence about "Jackson's sexual proclivities", a legal brief obtained by the New York Daily News claimed.