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Moe has nothing to say about the enormous fiscal or social costs of vouchers and evinces not the slightest spark of interest in what our public schools really need: more adequate and more equitably distributed funding, repair and replacement of worn-out buildings, smaller classes (about fifteen children) in the lower grades, and more attractive teacher compensation.
Not only does this suggest that we can speak of a genuine legal culture in some sectors of the Soviet judiciary, it also evinces the rejection of a revolutionary-era commitment to collectivized child raising.
Indeed, while his "culture of irony" has room for figures as earnest as Tom Peters, a business writer who evinces about as much irony as Al Gore, the only actual ironist he discusses is Jerry Seinfeld--not the comedian but the character the comedian played on a television show.
His new Madison as I imagine it evinces intelligence and mature choreographic skill.
This manifests one of the largest "green" enterprise deployments of wireless and evinces a growing trend of wireless adoption due to its green-friendly attributes.
If Larson's approach to spirit photography evinces an overtly Barthesian concern for the medium's indexical basis, it equally reflects an awareness of the challenges posed to photography's evidentiary status in the twenty-five years since Camera Lucida's publication, by both postmodern critiques of representation and the rise of digital imaging.
Much remained to be discovered, and Professor Biow emphasizes particularly the attitude of "wonder" that Fracastoro's scientific concern evinces, according to "the metaphoric structure of scientific knowledge at its inception" (79).
NOTHING evinces existential angst more than two words: ``Chicago Cubs.
The artifact of popular culture evinces the degree to which Cologne's Jews had become a self-evident component of city life by the 1870s, a status that was unthinkable at the onset of the century.
When an elected official evinces a similar mindset, it becomes downright disturbing, and suggests a final parallel with Leaves of Grass's White House disseminator.
Initially, this combative, take-no-prisoners style enlivens his commentary, but even those who agree that it is the scholar's sworn duty to repudiate Farrakhan for "the bigotry that he evinces and the manifest injury to racial comity that he causes" will question the need to use modifiers such as "demagogic," "reactionary," and "pernicious" so frequently.
Speaking of the Arts Forward Fund, French evinces pride in her company: "We were right out there, right in front.
While comparisons between the many facets of O'Neill's production afford several such connections, the exhibition evinces something of an antiretrospective thrust.
Another article evinces the author's keen detective work in determining that the tomb of Sigismondo in Santa Maria del Popolo's Chigi Chapel was originally designed for Agostino's wife, Francesca, while a third exposition examines our subject's depiction of Pope Paul III as peacemaker.