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The main attraction of this book lies in the fact that Nectoux is able to communicate both comprehensibly and in a stylistically pleasant way his profound knowledge of Faure and the world in which the latter developed.
Well documented, insightful and comprehensibly written, Dee's book is definitively an important contribution to the revisionist historiography of absolutism.
India's inability to comprehensibly defend its massive total must serve as a wake-up call for a team that thinks it is a top favourite to lift the 2011 Cricket World Cup.
In fact, public organizations have to be accountable, both in detail and comprehensibly, for the use of public resources and for the results achieved.
As far as I am concerned, I take it to be--without hesitation--decidedly modern: not only because in 1969, the year of the (non) release of Reenactment, it is a bit too early to speak of postmodernism (this would tuna Pintilie's film into the originator, avant la lettre, of postmodernism in all Romanian arts) but particularly because, beyond mete chronology, this technique is consistently and comprehensibly linked to the first characteristic mentioned here: transition to the first person.
Chapter 4 covers Paracelsus's plan to overhaul the medical and educational establishments, while the following one explores his unusual conception of the cosmos, much of it already familiar, but not so comprehensibly.
Newcastle's youngsters then comprehensibly defeated the strong German opposition for a second time in the final; a feat that Fabio Capello's men will aspire to emulate in South Africa.
Disagreements about law are never verifiable or falsifiable on empirical grounds because law is a social construct which can only comprehensibly be described via the perceptions of the participants--which means that there is no empirical yardstick for measuring the accuracy or otherwise of each perspective on the law.
The Government needs to step up action that will end these shameful statistics and comprehensibly tackle fuel poverty in the UK.
A journalist by training, Murray lyrically and comprehensibly presents Francis of Assisi's life, much more so than does Arnaldo Fortini (Francis of Assisi 1980), even as she depends closely on Fortini's work.
Jenny Saunders, NEA chief executive, said: "The Government needs to step up action that will end these shameful statistics and comprehensibly tackle fuel poverty in the UK.
The minister said the situation of Afghan refugees in Pakistan and their repatriation to Afghanistan was reviewed in the meeting comprehensibly.
Whether his wounds were raw and bleeding or healed and expertly done, and whether Jerome, who was accommodated first in Sandy Cove and then in a couple of households on the Acadian French Shore, spoke comprehensibly (but in a foreign tongue) only to youngsters or not at all--these are but a couple of the tale's unsettled aspects.
It is not advisable for the interviewers to conclude before getting an answer, so they should ask almost always the questions that permit the interlocutor to argument comprehensibly and give as many information as possible.
While there is much technical material in the book, Curran presents it carefully and comprehensibly.