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Bob Aston, aged 70, and Lynda Taylor, aged 47, from Wolverhampton, said: "It was very thought-provoking and educational and it makes you look at issues differently.
Patricia Raybon, a journalist and professor, was on a relentless pursuit to learn how to pray; and she succeeded in this well-written and thought-provoking book.
Instead, the Republicans went to such shows as "The Lion King," "Fiddler on the Roof," "Wonderful Town," "Bombay Dream," "Aida" and "Phantom of the Opera," definitely thought-provoking entertainments.
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Gather your seven closest pals and learn their answers to thought-provoking questions like, If you had to live on a deserted island with only one person, who would it be?" Deep, right?
During the Vietnam War, the John Birch Society--taking note of Washington's continued aid and trade with Communist nations, and curious indifference to Fidel Castro's Cuba--posed this thought-provoking question: "Why fight 'em in Vietnam, and help 'em everywhere else?" The Bush administration's peculiar fixation on Iraq prompts repeating of that question relative to the war on terrorism.
If a medium-centric exhibition seems more trade show than thought-provoking survey, at least there will be engaging individual works to see--such as Korean-born Cody Choi's database paintings, which incorporate details from architectural plans taken from a digitized collection of images--that should prompt us to contemplate this art's place in the post-Internet-boom culture.
After that thought-provoking idea, he moves to consider some of the best-known and difficult stories from the Bible: the Creation, Noah and the Flood, Abraham and the Sacrifice of Isaac, The Story of Job, and Jonah and the Whale.
National Portrait Gallery director Charles Saumarez Smith called Freud's work "thought-provoking."
THOUGHT-PROVOKING: A scene from The Prisoner's Dilemma
Midway through the chapter, the author shifts to a sophisticated and thought-provoking survey of four reports on best practices.