Greenberg's final chapter on Louise Michel's poetry is brief, but a fitting endpiece
to the volume.
This design is, of course, the same as that in the frontispiece and endpiece
of The East Asian Miracle volume.
In anyone's language these are very dramatic numbers, and we could never have got to this endpiece
by just having one single function looking at the range.
Dick Whitfield and David Scott, as well as editing, provide a useful endpiece
which acknowledges the importance of the concept of `added value' and the eternal search for improved `efficiency, effectiveness and economy' to which they add `equity'.
Suffice to say, by way of an endpiece
, that worldwide airline premiums this year were $450 million, an amount which would be gobbled up by one wide-bodied jet disaster in the United States.
The stock is the wood endpiece
that rests against the shooter's shoulder while the lock comprises the breech and trigger mechanism.
The flagellum terminates in a long endpiece
showing a progressive reduction of the axonemal doublets (Fig.
The volume is divided into seven sections of two stories each, with a short introduction to each section plus an endpiece
The riot lasted from nine o'clock to near one as those gentlemen would not suffer the farce [the endpiece
after the main play] to go on;, The rioters then took the actors before a justice.