And lastly, but most challengingly
, can a tokoloshe homunculus be imaged by fMRI during an episode?
Yet he never went as challengingly
deep or far out as his gloomier contemporary, Ingmar Bergman.
, the seats were in long unbroken rows with the radio crews seated at the end.
Shivji's organization of these assorted news commentaries--many of which emerged from various party congresses and constitutional debates--provides a challengingly
critical account of Tanzania's riddled recent history, although, as he also notes, the "relationship between the 'town' and the 'gown' is an interesting component of the intellectual of the country, which should be told some day in its own right" (6).
of all, Labour could try and conceive of 'irrational' choices as occasionally legitimate, and not simply in need of correcting by policy.
I have several that I think guide us all consistently and challengingly
in our discipline.
, Larkin offers a sharp reading of the implications of the distribution and capacity of these chapels for such issues as the access (regularity, physical conditions) to church-based services which the expanding population could hope to enjoy in the pre-famine decades.
The quadrilateral, alienable frame was still new, and unusual; much more commonplace, and hence available for metaphor, were the frame as infrastructure (like the frame of a barn), the frame as body (the human frame), and--most challengingly
and productively for the argument--framing as "any act of bringing matter into presence in conformity with a design or pattern" (54).
She was making appearances for Nike, and the focus of a couple of Nike advertising campaigns, one of which pictured her standing on the track, arms folded, looking challengingly
at the camera, demanding "Objectify Me.
I suggested these were maybe on the light side, to which he challengingly
replied if that was so, why were we using 100-grain bullets in my Winchester 70 .
Here, he says, amid the absence or obscurity of God, the self-giving love of Jesus shines forth radiantly, though also more challengingly
This dictum sits challengingly
alongside that of another famous scientist, Peter Medawar who observed, "If politics is the art of the possible, research is the art of the soluble.
, he goes on: "Vendler seems to follow here the linguistic tradition which coined the term "Aktionsarten" for the phenomena at issue: the ways actions are conceived of.
As it essentially describes a single week of President Nixon's visit to China, it is built up and interspersed with chapters on related matters in a sequence that is challengingly
, with the air of cunningly proclaiming something I have been trying to hide" (4).