all of these potentially shape-shifting configurations is the body, though it is almost always the "body as"--as landscape, for instance, or as some other indeterminate, possibly botanical, possibly geological, entity.
The artists and writers in residence" at dozens of public universities would fail to meet the criteria implicit in
the public school certification model, Do we really believe that these universities are ill-serving their students by hiring people whom the public schools would consider unqualified?
In light of constitutional mandates, the courts have to see a reasonable time limit as implicit in
the removal setting rather then recognize the possibility of indefinite detention.
The company continues to be gratified by shareholder interest and support and believes the forward-looking expectations that may be implicit in
the business model of the NMDA are projected to be delivered to shareholder satisfaction as FY 2005 progresses.