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As Abraham Maslow appositely writes: "The central role of the parents and the normal family setup are indisputable.
He might have appositely cited (for his "meme" purposes) Baruch Halpem's David's Secret Demons: Messiah, Murderer, Traitor, King (Grand Rapids, Mich.
To which Conservative Don Lane appositely replied, "Just watch, it won't be long before Brotton's money is toddling off down the road to South Bank
its shape' so that 'the whole landscape of life lies remote and fair, like the shore seen from a ship far out at sea'--yet this is precisely the world both her and Mansfield's short fiction appositely describes (Essays 4, 319).
With this assertion, Wolfe appositely draws the reader's attention to the socio-religious concerns that dominate McNally's narratives, especially evident in works such as Corpus Christi and A Perfect Ganesh.
At this moment, it is important appositely to expedite negotiations aiming for constructive achievement.
Although written 400 years ago, John Donne's metaphor appositely covers a central theme of Brokering Access.
Very quickly, this revelation touched all corners of the world and appositely marked the principal achievement of President Hassan Rouhani's fledgling term in office.
Like the other essays in this section, Robert Appelbaum's is concerned with a particular scene, a particular moment in a play--"a gastronomic interjection," to use the phrase he so appositely coined in Aguecheek's Beef, Belch's Hiccup for recurring moments in the Shakespearean text when characters make an interjection about food.
Or, as Augustine appositely says in De Doctrina Cristiana (a work Bede undoubtedly knew well), "[T]he Wisdom of God, setting out to cure men, applied Himself to cure them, being at once the Physician and the Medicine" (15).
Although the human rights regulatory universality is thoroughly embedded in such a strong idea, namely "a universal nature common to all people" (otherwise, as appositely noticed, why a Human Rights Universal Declaration should be adopted?
The Congress for New Urbanism Charter is still the only coherent formulation of a global ecological development project, appositely initiated and formulated by independent professionals, motivated by constitutional objectives.
The enduring foundation of our relationship with China has been a willing recognition of Chinas place in the region and the world, expressed very appositely by the WTO's New Zealand Director-General Mike Moore who stated, on signing Chinas accession to that organisation, that a WTO without China was inconceivable.
The end result, in a nutshell, is pathological narcissism: the individual gets stuck between what psychoanalyst Phillip Bromberg, reflecting on his clinical work with narcissistic patients, appositely calls 'the mirror and the mask':
We are obligated to respect individual autonomy and freedom, but we are appositely required to protect individual health and safety.