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In its future straggles, Union Marti y Maceo will have a solid ally in this book and in the past it so vividly recounts.
The take-home message from this research therefore might be that people should get more involved in campaigns, straggles and social movements, not only in the wider interest of social change but also for their own personal good," researcher Dr.
For many it has spoken for itself quite forcefully in the unfolding drama of world events since the professor first propounded his Clash concept: the bitter cultural straggles of the Balkans and the Middle East; the Russian war in Chechnya; the Indo-Pakistani stand-off; the ethnic bloodbaths in Africa; the increasingly intense and widespread hostility toward America by Islamic fundamentalists, manifest in multiple "terrorist" attacks culminating in the September 11 conflagrations.
Without a traffic light in front of the school, a continuous stream of students straggles through the crosswalk to nearby McCormick Street, where parents double- and triple-park to pick them up.
A long wide street, Mannerheimintie, straggles away northward and along it, the connected tissue quickly breaks down into a succession of object buildings.
Subaru needs partners as it straggles to meet the heavy demands of future investments in environmental technology.
These straggles frame the series' large, loose narrative: a perfectly homogenous system in Cremaster 1 follows a path of differentiation through the first four episodes, until, in Cremasters, an individual entity breaks away from the larger organism and self-destructs.
His face is contorted in the rictus of a ghastly grin--he straggles, he strives, he cries.
A recent survey by Financial Executives Institute and Heidrick & Straggles examining what CEOs want in a CFO shows 87 percent want someone who will challenge them "appropriately.