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While this might recall the early years of Institutional Critique, typified by Michael Asher's removal of the wall separating a gallery's display area from its office in an effort to unmask the prosaic business operations behind art's supposedly ideal autonomy, such allusions are inadvertent.
Briefly, protective immune responses to other mycobacterial diseases are known to depend on a type 1 cellular response, typified by interferon-gamma (IFN-[gamma]).
My wife and I urgently invite Kevin Clarke to reduce his inflammatory rhetoric as typified in his July Margin Notes ("There's no defense for this budget").
Then came electricity and gearless traction, giving rise to the next wave of high-rise, typified by the Woolworth and the Singer buildings.
Conservative reaction was typified by the Traditional Values Coalition, which called Gauvin a "victim of the homosexual agenda.
You are as tender and calm as two yards of white silk") to the simply insistent, as typified by the long exchange between Nose and Neck that went something like this: "I tell you it's two yards.
Thus, since the mid-1970s, we have seen a convergence of religiously and politically conservative Catholics, Protestants, Jews, and even some "unbelievers," who have come together around religio-political agendas typified by those of Jerry Falwell's Moral Majority and Pat Robertson's Christian Coalition.
Gantt's campaign manager, Charlotte lawyer Mel Watt, typified the Democrats' conflict: "We need to create minority districts whenever we can, but teaming up with the GOP could be devastating.
In announcing the appointments, Martin Weinstein, vice chairman and chief executive officer of Sequa Corporation, noted that, "Sequa is very fortunate to have the depth of talent and experience typified by Ken Binder and Len Pasculli.
Wednesday's results typified the quirkiness of the playoff race.
Noble's conduct reflected the arrogant presumption that typified the Clinton administration.
To expect that substantial reductions in breast cancer incidence could be brought about today by women returning to the pattern of childbearing and breast-feeding that typified most societies until a century or so ago is unrealistic," Beral says.