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Furthermore, the story is unreliably narrated by a delusional teenage boy whose skewiff view of the world leaves the reader wondering what to believe.
Meanwhile, transformational behaviors, such as articulating a motivational vision, providing intellectual challenge, inspiring teamwork, considering subordinates as individuals, being open to ideas, demonstrating moral courage, and setting the example of subordinating self to mission, are unreliably observed by seniors even though they require just that information for their evaluation of subordinates.
The central figure is ambitious Lacey Yeager whose rise and fall across the nineties and noughties is unreliably narrated by her fascinated friend Daniel Franks.
Imagine the thrill if all the Galileo orbiter images of Jupiter's moons, instead of trickling back slowly and unreliably over 8 fraught years, had been compressed into a few complete Voyager-style flybys.
Though thoughtful and well written, it never quite comes alive in the way Michael Frayn's Headlong (another unreliably narrated novel of skulduggery in the art world) managed, remaining somewhat bloodless and essay-like.
Though thoughtful and well written, it never quite comes alive in the way Michael Frayn''s Headlong (another unreliably narrated novel of skullduggery in the art world) managed, remaining somewhat bloodless and essay-like.
Previously we could only infer what was selling, often unreliably, from warehouse picking records.
Following the passenger's guilt-ridden logic--combined with the driver's unreliably happy narrative--we might even end up at poetic automobility itself as the autoimmune "more than" that lies dead in the middle of the road, pointing out the "but" in the "as if" of its traffic between figurative animal and formal poetry in motion.
Leviant himself distances the reader from involvement in the entanglements of plot by exploiting a variety of meta-fictional techniques to remind the reader that the text before him is as unreliably fickle as "real life.
Boland's composite prostitute mother does so by holding up for question, Dr Maw's blithe "All Clear': the presence of this Bolandesque figure is implied in Muldoon's poem, in the way that piece challenges this doctor of Irish aesthetics who unreliably declares the poet uninfected (or 'without issue') by his or her copulation with the dream-vision of nation.
David Lloyd, Business Development Director of Grey Monarch, said, "Our engagements to reengineer and automate SAP business processes often expose weaknesses within a workflow where critical data is being transferred either insecurely or unreliably, often via FTP and SFTP.
Tennis fans were treated to some compelling revelations from inside SW19, as we were unreliably informed that "Each day during the tournament, Murray's mother Judy has eaten a lemon doughnut in the players' canteen.