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Ten years ago, in The Emblem and Device in France, Daniel Russell could justly bemoan the fact that "there exists no comprehensive study of the French emblem tradition" (14).
Professors of American literature frequently bemoan the fact that college students of the nineties often have little knowledge of the Black Power Movement and the Second Wave of the Feminist Movement, two social interventions that define the literary commitments of many contemporary writers and shape as well our viewpoints about the social commitment of higher education.
Handset manufacturers will continue to bemoan declining ASPs, but declining ASPs have become universal.
We bemoan lost manufacturing, but only 40 percent of manufacturing is midlevel or above,'' Bradshaw said.
The recent market surge has not necessarily helped the situation, as smelter operators continue to bemoan an inability to pass on higher materials and energy costs.
Still, we can't help but bemoan losing one of the few remaining bastions for reading a book, a newspaper--or a magazine like this one.
But Frank Field does not just bemoan what is happening.
To some extent, a middle ground is found in the interviews he gathered in Hollywood, where highly successful movers and shakers such as actor Morgan Freeman and director John Singleton bemoan the lack of a black studio or their in ability to "greenlight" a project.
Now, if she would only bemoan the death and destruction of innocent people at the hands of those who want nothing less than the destruction of the state of Israel, Hamas and Hezbollah and their backers, maybe I would like what she says.
The first few months of a new baby's life should be a time for a woman to celebrate her new arrival, not bemoan the fact that they are holding up her precious career.
As a Vermonter who is "party to a civil union," there is much I could bemoan about how civil unions are not truly equal to marriage.
Rather than bemoan sprawl and the ascendancy of the private home over the public street, Lerup sees these new developments as something with which the architect can and indeed must come to grips.
Just as some of the art bemoans the state of society, many of the critics have used the occasion of the Biennial to bemoan the state of art, as they did with the Carnegie International.
Despite the wealth of research on what makes organizations and people more effective, there isn't yet an evidence-based movement in management," bemoan two faculty members of the Stanford Graduate School of Business in their article in the spring 2006 issue of Stanford Social Innovation Review.
One can only bemoan the peripheral appearances of Anjelica Huston, who is invariably the most interesting thing going in any movie in which she appears.