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for commonly performed urologic procedures has coincided with increasing deaths following complications that were potentially recognizable or preventable.
Miami International Airport has announced some of Miami's most famous artists, athletes and local personalities are lending their recognizable voices to MIA in a new initiative to welcome passengers and visitors, the company said.
The book contains a number of articles by members of the 'ever decreasing circles' school of architectural theory, which make - many references to the writings of other members of the school but few references to anything recognizable as the real world.
ownership while bringing together two of the most respected and recognizable names in the musical instrument industry.
CHICAGO--Rainbow-colored flags, bumper stickers, and clothing have become a recognizable symbol of gay pride, but now such regalia may also be an impediment to the sacraments.
As pop psychology would say, we own our nellyness, and Peter Paige on Queer as Folk or the brilliant Alec Mapa on Some of My Best Friends or those lovers in The Birdcage are not recognizable stereotypes but recognizable people, as valid as anyone else who is willing to say, "I am what I am."
The opera's main events and figures, as conceived by librettists DuBose and Dorothy Heyward and embellished by Ira Gershwin's lyrics, are recognizable onstage.
What is the most recognizable and visible way to do so?
"It enables you to be recognized [in your industry.]" Jackson is definitely a recognizable figure at Honeywell.
NAI Global, the world's largest network of independently owned commercial real estate brokerage firms, announced it was named one of the most recognizable brands in commercial real estate by the 2006 Top 25 Commercial Real Estate Brands survey.
They contain deft, frequently ironic characterizations of distinct, recognizable personalities, from upper to lower class.