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In 1914, in the culmination of Marion Fox's unbelievable anticlassic Apes-Face, "there came clearly across the Downs the sound of an extraordinary onrush.
Those who view the multilingual project as a bulwark against the onrush of English fear that the widespread use of English could actually dilute the importance of Europe's national languages.
Regardless, strong fUndraising in recent years hasn't yet turned into an onrush of new local content.
Less forward-looking lenders, however, failed to adopt online lending technology and stood powerless to capture market share from the onrush of applications processed through the online channel.
Ageing persons cannot go to the other side of the road due to onrush of speedy traffic on the road.
The onrush of impressions created by the rapid crowding of images from the window of a moving train create an essentially urban sensibility that is then brilliantly grafted to the mythology of the Western.
70) A separate colony with its own immigration program would be better placed to resist the onrush of the despised Irish Catholics.
While they are trying to understand the changing reality of events on the ground, their conventional methods of dealing with them can be overshadowed by their ignorance and the onrush of events.
In addition to knowing something about the onrush of modernity, Renoir knew that the order or rules of society and the chaos of passion are both necessary for human survival, that each threatens the existence of the other, and that neither of the two can be excluded from a meaningful life.
The relative ease by which some of Ali Muhsin's men are said to have come down from the hill of the First Armored Division to Change Square on that tragic day, sent Saleh's thugs scrambling for their lives as they saw the onrush of Ali Muhsin's men begin to chase Saleh's snipers from the rooftops and apartments of the buildings overlooking Change Square, as some observers have suggested.
It knows merely the relentless onrush of physical, linear time.
We've seen and heard it all before: An awful tragedy, a spike in national interest, and an onrush of interpretations--some quite convincing, others quite emotional, others tied to interest groups, and still others that are self-serving, ratings nonsense.
Despite desperate efforts to hold up the advance, the German onrush continued with unabated fury, the air being filled with the reverberating roar of bursting shells and a murderous fusillade of machine-gun bullets.
What was advertised was the primary importance of humanitarian and social work and the adoption of "a tempered, evolutive feminism" rather than "a feminist onrush.