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The court also ordered the editor-in-chief of Egypt's top literary magazine, Tarek el-Taher, to pay a 10,000-Egyptian pound ($1,277) fine for publishing the excerpt
, according to Othman.
She received her doctorate from Indiana University's Jacobs School of Music, focusing her dissertation research on the role of opera excerpts
in recent American horn pedagogy.
b) the execution of work for write-off the main intervention, as indicated in the final draft the main place in the tender, and possible performance of excerpts
S1 and S2;
Michal Hvorecky: excerpt
from Eskorta (The Escort) [c] 2007 by Michal Hvorecky.
With an excerpt
from "The Third Monarchy, Being the Grecian" (N.
In a 2006 excerpt
, Gordon says that for decades, the nation took Rothstein's and others' advice and rejected firm learning goals for children.
Instead, Hokum serves up an eclectic selection of readings, quotations and excerpts
from a wide body of African American writings, including fiction, public speeches and popular cinema.
Derived from the stylistic essences of Chinese script, the excerpt
from Upon Calligraphy, choreographed by Liu Qi for Guangdong Modern Dance Company's 12 fine dancers, emphasizes graceful curves intermingled with solid interlocking angles and lines.
Gary Bencivenga graciously told us, "The recent excerpt
doesn't pay off the headline, at least not in an obvious manner.
Thus, according to this readability formula, Company A's excerpt
was easier to read than Company B's excerpt
In the excerpt
from Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God, when Jody attacks Janie and she retaliates, it is said that "a big laugh started off .
Each contributor introduces the diary excerpt
to place the diary and its creator in its historical and social context.
The following is an excerpt
from the panel discussions.