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According to Pagels, Irenaeus, perhaps the preeminent John Christian, championed conformity because he believed that Gnostic inventiveness was having the negative effect of separating Christians into those who were less and more spiritually evolved--thereby dividing them at a time when their very survival required unity.
Awards are made for products on show at Spectrum for the first time and judges look for qualities such as inventiveness, originality, elegance and general fitness for purpose.
Its mission is to bring to contract processing the same inventiveness, attention to detail, and full-service capability that Flambeau applies to proprietary products.
It's surprising to learn that Tharp, who is known as an unending font of inventiveness, has faced the terror of the "empty white room" the terror of beginning.
From poems like "The Battered Blues (Four Movements)," which traces the end of a relationship because of violence, to the title poem, "Outlandish Blues," which critiques Stephen Spielberg's epic film Amistad, the collection showcases the work of a poet of great courage and inventiveness.
Although Wilson sometimes blurs the distinctions between "Scythian," "Tartarian," and "Russian," and neglects to mention that his essay has already appeared in English Literary History, his reading of Tamburlaine's peregrinations shines in its exhilarating inventiveness.
In endless small ways, the inventiveness of the Cuban people covers for the mistakes of the central planners and the intransigence of their political leadership, allowing the country to continue to limp along.
But the careful use of small monetary rewards sparks creativity in grade-school children, suggesting that properly presented inducements indeed aid inventiveness, according to a study in the June Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
The Lockerbee air disaster highlights the inventiveness of these individuals.
There's a visual inventiveness not always supported by the series' budget: In tonight's second episode, The Doctor and Rose visit the world 5 billion years in the future to witness the sun's apocalyptic expansion, only to encounter someone who wants to slip a few murders in before Earth's destruction.
Furthermore, it didn't hurt that many also looked upon him as a man of great genius and inventiveness.
Though he's best known for now-classic experimental films such as Wavelength, 1966-67, and La Region centrale, 1971, Michael Snow's gallery exhibition "Powers of Two" revealed him to be a hyperprolific artist whose mad-scientist inventiveness has engaged a wide range of media, materials, and techniques over the past forty years.
Discernible trends--green (the colour as opposed to any sensible notions of sustainability), along with a healthy disregard for the orthogonal and the occasional outbreak of material inventiveness.
But inventiveness is not enough to keep a company healthy.
Not only was it overly stylized--at times, Solomons was so achingly regal he seemed to be performing a parody of himself--what was truly missing was choreographic inventiveness and a reason for the drama.