skillful treatment

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You'll lose track of the number of deaths, but you'll remember the daring storytelling and the skillful treatment of characters who live with repressed memories.
Even if the reader's research interests did not focus on teachers or linguistic minorities, her skillful treatment of identity using a postmodern approach would be an essential guide to avoid the pitfalls of researching identity from a rigid and essentialist perspective.
Indeed, nontraditional topics, such as campaigning and advising by first ladies, political profiteering, and the skillful treatment of race in the 2012 Obama campaign, all entice the reader to delve deeper into the text.
"Darwin in Translation," the last chapter of the book, is, once again, a skillful treatment of both the story of Arabic translation of the Origin of Species and Isma'il Mazhar, the person who undertook this task.
Hegemony as farce may be the key theme of Induced Coma, but Jaffe's skillful treatment of his source texts ensures that the political overtones of this theme emerge gradually, obliquely, and with great subtlety over the course of the book.
As the deadliest form of skin cancer, melanoma requires aggressive and skillful treatment. Malignant melanomas are usually small brown-black or larger multicolored patches, plaques or nodules with irregular outline.
A skillful treatment of a specialized subject, this book looks at the use of decorative plasterwork to aesthetically and socially define interiors in Ireland and early modern Europe.
The rise and tall of foot binding receives skillful treatment. Ropp describes the expectation of men that virtuous women be chaste.
Technology in Postwar America is a skillful treatment of the ways in which ideas about technology have been contested in the postwar period that will serve as an excellent starting point for students and generalists who wish to gain a quick overview of the subject.
The essential message is that even skillful treatment of pain or addiction in co-morbid patients will usually fail.
Le Beau's skillful treatment of the issues of personality, public perception, and constitutional principle makes this book, if not required, then at least strongly recommended reading for all who are interested in issues of constitutional development.