Phase 1: construction of a 120 Km dualized
road from Bidbid to Masroun
reading of Shakespeare's androgynous comedies is vital as it exemplifies the transition occurring in England during the emergence of a self-aware Renaissance subject.
Beginning from the earliest formation of the European Community, member states promoted an idea of dualized
citizenship that bestowed rights of free movement and internal mobility on their national citizens as opposed to third country nationals.
And if they cannot compete, they need to find a new game: "The push for competitive results has created a system more and more dualized
between big farms with intensive methods and smaller farms moving to the organic niche," explained Destree.
The roadway will be dualized
, with three inner lanes in either direction designated for use by cars only and three outer lanes in either direction designated for use by cars, trucks, and busses.
The tensions between death and dying, and the tendencies toward 'get[ting] it so wrong' inherent in this process, are recurring preoccupations for Carr, which are dramatized, or narrativized, in each of her plays from the Beckettian womb-tomb fixation of Low in the Dark, to the dualized
vacillation between life and death of the terminally ill Woman in Woman and Scarecrow.
As a result, China's economy is coordinated via dualized
bureaucratic and market modes.
As a result, we have dualized
spirituality and sexuality in Christian living and have often extracted sexualit y from our Christian identity.
The project resulted in three miles (five kilometers) of dualized
highway in a critically needed area.