So does he believe that our endemically
dysfunctional government -- "there's a lack of leadership in both the executive branch and Congress" -- can actually start thinking out of the box to solve the three main problems (health care, taxes and regulation) that he says hinder economic growth?
But a nurse, apparently acting on the doctor's directive, saw yet another opportunity for extortion in an endemically
corrupt healthcare system, and demanded money for blood needed to be transfused in the course of the surgery.
Explaining why reviewers in 1956, when the film was released, didn't mention race, Frankel cites Ford biographer Joseph McBride's view that Americans then were endemically
racist, thus blind to the obvious.
indicate that this French-speaking, endemically
poor country of 9.
For this and other reasons, the city is a sui generis domain of collective order endemically
subject to political management and contestation.
Strengthened by weapons they had gained while fighting as mercenaries for the doomed regime of Moammar Gadhafi in Libya the year before, the invaders were able to overpower the endemically
weak Malian army.
At one level, I have used this model to tell a story that is endemically
parochial and based solidly in English, European, and North American experience.
Career pathways in the Australian surfboard industry are ambiguous and endemically
The authors, who conduct their analysis through the 'lens of colonisation', argue that mainstream news media are endemically
Unique strains of rotavirus occur endemically
in neonates in neonatal and maternity units worldwide.
He said: "There is something endemically
wrong with the service if they can't provide an ambulance in that period of time.
9 That is, Pound did not see cinema as endemically
unable to prove itself the superior of theatre, and even those contemporaries, modernists included, who saw cinema as potentially capable of artistic status tended to employ the idea of an art which no-one yet knows how to use.
The reservoir host species is endemically
infected, meaning that infection always exists in the population at some frequency.
The term 'occupation' is significant here, for whilst it is endemically
used for those 'real' wars in Europe where, for instance, 'Germany occupied France' was an intelligible concept to the discourses of war, what is less intelligible is the continued occupation of indigenous lands in postcolonial settler societies, a permanent state of exception, where the violent cultural synthesis associated with the assimilation of the indigenous populace into the general population and, subsequently, the biopolitical normalisation of the population at large reflected the process of European countries in 'peacetime.
Carter's whole sordid history might seem like the work of an insane outlier, too much even for the endemically
racist climate of mid-twentieth century Alabama.