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Sharpton will expound his views on needed changes in America, its leaders and his concerns about the economy, foreign policy and the war on drugs, among other topics.
Then you have books for "idiots" and "dummies" that expound on everything from sunken ships to satellite dish installation to raising Jack Russell Terriers.
Sam Walton isn't around anymore to expound on the secrets of his success, but Michael Bergdahl, who worked directly with the Wal-Mart founder years ago, has distilled some of "Mr.
During the past month or so this province was visited by an expriest, Thomas Groome, who was to expound the mysteries of his version of the Catholic Faith to bishops, priests and laity.
If Drew had used the opportunity to expound his theory of Murcutt's conceptual sources, rather than simply presenting the raw transcripts, it would almost certainly have improved the book, if not the relationship.
The book has a series of interviews from reggae's all-stars like Buju Banton, Bunny Wailer and Third World, who further expound on world music's reach.
The final rules expound upon the regulations of the Act, supplementing the text with examples of readily achievable barrier removal, suggested priorities and limitations on barrier removal obligations.
Comparisons from literature, neuroscience, and Schema Theory will be used to expound upon the principle of superposition at the micro and macro scale.
It is a textbook cliche that Cicero himself invented a new Latin philosophical vocabulary in order to translate and expound Greek texts.
Curator Rochelle Steiner will expound on the theoretical underpinnings of this utopian carnevale in a catalogue also featuring essays by Terence Riley, Giuliana Bruno, and Beatriz Colomina.
Now comes the twist: instead of expressing surprise or commiserating with them in their loss, the stranger instead began to expound the messianic gospel in the Hebrew scriptures from Moses through the prophets.
They cannot expound Scripture because they have no Scripture to expound.
Master Class'' is utterly dependent on one of McNally's favorite (usually annoying) theatrical devices: bringing the flow of the play to a halt to allow a central character to poetically expound on his or her subtext in a monologue.
Unlike the Greek philosophers who were always seeking to expound "some new thing", Jesus did not even claim to be original.