Fones' painterly treatment reveals the presence of a human hand without overemphasizing
it - his brushstrokes are evident, but modest, and the palette limited to mid-contrast grays.
Derrida asserts that the old metaphysics, overemphasizing
binary oppositions, inevitably favors one term of each opposition.
More and more, smart managements are lining up against holding marketing managers directly responsible for profits because this too often results in overemphasizing
short-term profits at the expense of long-term profits and future growth.
nature's irrevocable cycles, they have doused hopes that people can mend their destructive ways, however much rooted in biology.
Seating adjustments should be made as unobtrusively as possible to avoid overemphasizing
the hearing impairment (Kampfe, 1984).
Companies should be very explicit about how things should get done, rather than overemphasizing
a particular culture, he said.
either of those roles can rub a parish community wrong.
They say Washington is in danger of overemphasizing
the commission's recommendations of reorganizing and restructuring the government at the expense of equally critical but more nuanced proposals.
the relationship between the simultaneous appearance of racism on the streets and the infiltration of the cultural mainstream by neoright intellectuals, it is striking that this neoright has taken its tactics--the breaking of old taboos, for example--and even some of its concepts from the left.
Yet, other firms have seen their diversity programs backfire and offend their intended beneficiaries by overemphasizing
or stereotyping the cultural backgrounds of employees, partners or customers.
Q: The dangers of overemphasizing
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Some commissioners now accuse university officials of overemphasizing
a statement that appeared on the previous page, that there was ``no clear evidence'' any Colorado coaches or administrators knew football players were using ``sex, alcohol and drugs .
Neil McCarthy was stripped of all coaching duties by New Mexico State on Thursday, accused of overemphasizing
victories at the expense of academics.
winning and losing stunts the growth that the game can bring.
Derek Fatchett, a British Foreign Office minister visiting Hong Kong, warned against overemphasizing
the negative, saying, ``There's a real danger in the Hong Kong debate that we look for disaster, betrayal, before we look for success.