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Over the course of her travels to Mexico from 1920 to 1931, as the combat phase of the revolution gradually receded into the past, Porter became increasingly ambivalent not just about the "straight, undeviating path" of the revolutions aims but also the ways that foreign writers--and particularly US ones--depicted it.
I wanted to introduce the world to contemporary Indian art and bring global art to the country, so that the relationship with art is much more intimate and undeviating. The event won't be limited to showcasing art, but also consists of art-talks so as to open a dialogue between international artists."
Feinman, "THROUGH WHOSE UNDEVIATING VISION AND UNFLAGGING EFFORT THIS AIRPORT WAS RAISED UP AND CREATED OUT OF THE WASTE LAND AT THE BOTTOM OF LAKE RAMBAUD AT A COST OF ONE MILLION DOLLARS" (Pylon 10).
The three-day event displayed more than 255 stalls and attracted more than 10,000 visitors, providing them undeviating access to national and international customers.
So, to account for both Bower and Baillargeon's experimental results, Quine needs to postulate at a minimum that 4-month-old children expect object-shaped things not to disappear when occluded, to move in undeviating paths unless stopped by another object-shaped blob, and to have solidity.
According to the results, there appears to be an undeviating dose-response relationship for insulin resistance across each of the seven eNWO categories.
His ire at this reality manifests itself as he tromps through a pile of horse manure on his "absolutely undeviating course" to de Spain's front door (10), before being halted by a black man: "Wipe yo foots, white man, fo you come in here" (11).
Beading is done to reserve height and width of sulcus in a cast, and boxing is done in order to attain an undeviating, flat, well-shaped foundation of the cast.
Of utter simplicity and formality is Tessie's compositional construction, which some critical quarters may even scorn as repetitive and formulaic: an undeviating image of a table top, artfully draped with flowing folds of calado, the lacy native embroidered fabric, surmounted by a feast of flowers ranging invariably from daisies, lilies, amaryllis, carnations, to milfores, roses and gentle sprigs of baby's breath, all accented or anchored in place by the presence of an Oriental plate or pottery.
In its simplest form, innovation is the evidence of our ability to learn and adapt to evolving circumstances in order to maintain an undeviating course towards a desired destination.
These asymmetrical and erratic gaps, which can be read as margins or implied gutters, provide a space that allows time to flow more freely and with greater fluidity than in the standard undeviating rectilinear format.
With a few notable exceptions, scholars have remained focused on limited aspects of the novella, foremost among them the bleak, deterministic trajectory of Thiel's mental decline, metaphorically illustrated by the train's undeviating course and juxtaposed against its unfeeling machinery.