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Men like Bell and Rush helped create a vital conduit for the anglicizing literature on which the project of the sensible self drew inspiration.
As in Translations, in which an ordnance survey signaled the anglicizing of Ireland's place names and--more ominously--the end of the Irish language, this racial categorizing portends grave losses to humanity.
The author has the maddening habit of anglicizing Italian names: of course Petrarca becomes Petrarch, but then the well-known Egidio becomes the puzzling Giles of Viterbo.
The most "anglicizing" aspect of Bryce's interpretation of America was his refusal to acknowledge the republican background of the U.
Wright, "Anglicizing the United States Constitution: James Bryce's Contribution to Australian Federalism," Publius: The Journal of Federalism 31 (Winter 2001): 107-131.
In "Anglicizing Bourdieu" Simeoni provides an excellent overview of the problems of adapting Bourdieu's thought to America.
theatrical market will receive little momentum from Miramax's Anglicizing of Roberto Benigni's Oscar-winning "Life Is Beautiful." Precisely because pic has already achieved blockbuster status among imports, there is a real question whether there remains much of an untapped aud averse to subtitles for this distinctly Italo work.
Himes's useful introduction to this reprint of Mohler's Symbolik in Robinson's 1843 translation acknowledges the difficulty of adequately Anglicizing the German title but helpfully puts the reader's focus on the remarkable quality of the content, which anticipates some significant twentieth-century developments in Roman Catholic teaching.
The other, which focuses on the anglicizing of education in the Catholic schools of Hong Kong, raises this salient question: Will histories written by mission societies help the local Christians of China become more conscious of their own history and selfhood; or will mission societies be concerned primarily with preserving the good name of their own congregation?
The English translation is literal and follows word for word the original, which makes for unidiomatic English, anglicizing words for which there is no known equivalent in English.
Following the trend toward anglicizing and avoiding Latin terms, the use of Latin abbreviations in documentation is also disappearing.
For an editor the text offers few problems, but Mr Neill departs from tradition, and also from the Oxford Shakespeare's Complete Works (1987), by anglicizing some proper names to conform to Folio spellings.