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Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, Anne Patterson, also "traveled to Amman and Saudi Arabia to conduct meetings and conversations with a variety of regional parties on the crisis in Yemen writ large," Harf confirmed.
The pall of gloom still writ large on the horizon of district and everyone was grieved over the massacre.
The singer's cheeky persona is writ large over the sharp pop funk of opener Did You Miss Me?
But society writ large needs to be shocked that some are brutally murdered and quickly forgotten, like a paper cup rather than a human being!" Reader Regina Kleinzeller's complaints were many: "I'm not sure I get the specific Baldwin connection nor why his experience was made front and center in this article.
His work with machine interfacing can be seen as a type of engineering application of Korzybski's early theorizing about extensional devices--ergonomics writ large so to speak.
writ large, exposed as the flesh and bone, coats and jackets of the
Knopf, the Harvard College and Business School graduate's book will argue that true gender equality has yet to be realized in the workplace, and the world writ large.
Its preservation and replication is a good deed writ large," said Mr.
His name writ large on the screen above, he delighted the enthralled audience to songs from stage, screen and record, his rich, powerful tones putting his own signature on many a classic.
Basically, virtually any property horror story involving corruption you could ever associate with property development and purchase was writ large in Bulgaria.
She contends that there is another discourse in which the cycle is implicated, a discourse in which definitions of citizenship, political rights, foreigner, slavery, and enemies are writ large. It reflects an Athenian culture supported by a fledgling but limited democracy that is trying to assert its dominance in the face of its enemies, she says.
Feelgood is writ large all this futuristic, cinematic soul.