However, India, China, and several other developing countries demanded that any investment agreement delineate
not just the rights of investors and the rights of states, but also the responsibility of investors.
Using a core of archival documents, judicial records and printed sources, "There Are No Slaves" delineates
the struggle over the legal and cultural status of slavery and race in eighteenth-century France.
Written by the team of Rosanne Cerny, Penny Markey, and Amanda Williams, all experts in children's library services, Outstanding Library Service to Children: Putting the Core Competencies to Work is a guide for librarians that delineates
seven vital core competencies for successful service.
From concept stores and design malls to lobbies and lounges, urban entertainment centers, fairs and expos, and much more, public spaces of all kinds draw upon the fundamental principles that Mikunda clearly delineates
to better set their customers at ease and entice them into returning again and again.
But the cosmos that Adnan delineates
is one that includes flights of imagery that are almost sci-fi but which are never left in space but continually return to the atrocity of the wringing of the Fertile Crescent by the beast hands of capitalism.
Patients are each provided with a text that clearly delineates
their wish for assisted suicide in terms that can't be misconstrued and which enables them to carry out their wishes even in the face of outside opposition.
What may have been not only more interesting but more in line with the methodology used in discussions of the male writers is teasing out how she delineates
an understanding of processes of racialization and the resulting measuring posts of Blackness that her writing will be judged against.
Nature writer Russell delineates
such myriad attributes of flowers in lyrical prose about blooms' fascinating ways of communicating, adapting to their environment, and evolving.
Sharon Daniel's project, one of a series of "collaborative systems," neatly delineates
several kinds of narrative construction "at the intersection of chance and interpretation"--relying on the roll of dice to determine juxtapositions of image and text.
Awkward, Hemenway, and Carby address the history of the novel's reception by critics and the academy; McKay delineates
the novel's relationship to traditions of autobiography; and DuPlessis explores the work's implications for feminist cultural studies.
21) They present a table of organization that delineates
the relationships to authority for the different functions as well as a formula for compensation of the incumbent for hospital-based services.