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Smith closed with a cautionary note, however, observantly opining that "Americans commonly underrate the difficulties and obstacles in the real polar, paleocrystic sea and along its coasts" (Smith, 1881).
14) The reader might retort that this is due to the fact that the same person very observantly placed the cup in its position.
A surrender to the law can result in life for a Christian outsider companioned by the observantly Jewish.
He then quite urgently embarked upon the search for a romantic muse, becoming his mentor's most observantly obedient pupil.
In many ways, the perplexity about female subjectivity as felt by the women teachers in Ding Ling's story still speaks to the contemporary Chinese context, where the so-called "woman question," as Susan Mann observantly points out, still "lingers today in concerns about women's place in the post-Mao economy and society" (113).
Chagall, on the other hand, couldn't stop looking both ways at once, backward and forward, East and West, over his shoulder at the observantly Jewish world he'd left behind and straight ahead to the secular one he inhabited for the remainder of his life.
One tutee has commented that she now reads more observantly, since we have subordinated an initial focus on the professor's paper-specific goals to her graduate writing goals.
He called on Christians to respond to the threat of Islamisation by living their own religious faith more observantly (AD 2000, vol.
R's defence lawyer, told Gulf News that "Fathers and mothers should bring up their children properly by teaching them to stay away from ill-mannered friends and to stay away from bad peer influencea parents should watch out [for] their children's safety and security observantly.
Like these poets, he is fond of self-reflexive narrative, a technique that is particularly effective when combined with the historian's observantly skeptical eye.
Many try, but few writers share Carll's knack for loving hard living and writing about it observantly.
Morton Levitt is committed to modernist fiction as the supreme achievement within the genre; he has a highly teachable conception of it, and he discusses the technical aspects of texts observantly and analytically.
It would also be unfair to place him in the ghetto of genre fiction, because he doesn't just focus on cops; he writes observantly about the distasteful world they must enter.
Two madrassahs in the populous and observantly Muslim Ferghana Valley remained closed after the Government converted them to medical facilities.
These seem to have been sentiments shared by Hebert and Trudeau as they departed for China in late 1960, and they were quite confident that "those who have toured a country observantly and in good faith are in some danger of knowing more about it than those who haven't been there.