In this and in other reviews in this Journal, (11) we see a pattern that was evident in the response to the 2008 financial crisis, in the reconstruction attempts in Iraq, and now in the conduct of the Afghan war: that the attitudes and policies voiced at the presidential level were very different from what was actually done by those who so disconnectedly
acted on behalf of the United States.
Unlike most shopping centre models, where street vendors and stalls disconnectedly
front formal retail chains, Minka (2) purposefully blends both types of offers to gain synergies--a traditional central market for the 21s' century--combining not less than 1,100 traditional and street vendors.
As one USAID contractor who worked in Afghanistan put it, we need to show the citizenry that we are "fully committed to making a difference, rather than working disconnectedly
on 'one-off' projects.
Matthews's new self-narrative as the American writer living almost in exile emerges tentatively and, initially, disconnectedly
, troubled and deflected as he is by the generally unhappy and sometimes tense nature of his relationship with Helen, by the social entanglement with loud, lumpen American friends of Helen they run into, and by his own doleful ruminations on his predicament.
Whilst, along the second of these pathways of tradition, looking backwards to their ancestors and outwards towards other ethnic groups, yaqona is prepared within distinctly modern circuits, transforming contemporary ways of being disconnectedly
modern and autonomous into modern ways of being autonomous yet loyal to ancestral tradition.
So often the events of our lives seem like the thousand pieces of a puzzle lying incoherently and disconnectedly
Both Africans and African Americans waste energy by tackling the problems disconnectedly