The books I refer to consistently expand the frame of focus in a manner that complicates
and contextualizes individuals.
the matter further, I mentioned how Cisneros initially viewed this work as a kind of autobiography and how, during the writing process, it "'evolved into a collective story.
Where Fibre Channel, which immediately complicates
the storage picture, is required, it can be isolated in the data center where it can be reached using iSCSI and IP.
A New Jersey bill that would allow the Division of Consumer Affairs to regulate call centers would seriously complicate
companies' call-answering systems and interfere with efforts to respond to customers quickly and efficiently, according to the Alliance of American Insurers.
While the TRA '97 does not further complicate
this area, it does extend the time that the partnership built-in gain rules are effective, from five to seven years.
2) McCurry's pattern of citing secondary sources - some many, many times, with other relevant works utterly ignored - enables her to create her own small scholarly world in which the importance of her work in relation to a few key studies is carefully set out, while those that might complicate
her argument with contrary evidence or different interpretations are never acknowledged.
Building upon Derrida's notions of the text as a refusal of boundaries and of writing as excess, or overflow, Aldon Nielsen advances the thesis that American writing - aesthetically, politically, and socially intextual - overflows its bibliography to generate and complicate
the text of race.
By its very nature--base-broadening and a low-rate structure--the act causes the budget deficit to be attacked annually" by allowing the passage of technical provisions that further complicate