A similar absolutism keeps many liberals from acknowledging
that abortion may cause pain to the fetus.
Jodie Gilmore's article "Acknowledging
Black Confederates" was interesting and in formative, but incomplete concerning President Lincoln's "united we stand--divided we fall" motive for the Civil War.
Spike Lee once again takes center stage in the final chapter, "Taking the A-Train: The City, the Train, and Migration in Spike Lee's Clockers," where Massood credits the film maker for acknowledging
in his films the historical influence of movement and migration on African American cultural production.
When God pronounces that it is not good that the 'adam should be alone, God might very well have been acknowledging
that God knows what it is like to be alone, and it is lo tov.
Each individual will receive a personal letter of apology, acknowledging
the harm caused by the process.
With the arrival of the 2002 deadline, the accounting profession is moving from merely acknowledging
the existence of e-filing to conceding that CPA firms must incorporate this technology into their day-to-day business.
the mistake as unintentional will prevent students from reforming a negative opinion of the professor.
In December last year, the Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry amended the standards for acknowledging
death from overwork, extending the period for making judgments from one week prior to death to six months.
the sensitivity of the malaria mosquito and parasite to climate, these researchers examine insect and incidence data to explore multiple factors underlying malaria emergence.
drowned out his past, Wilhelm Verwoerd thrust his fist into the air in an ANC salute, acknowledging
his new political family.
this shortcoming, some demutualizing insurance companies, such as John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co., are searching for strategies to strengthen a perception of fairness and equity throughout the conversion process, including the pricing of the IPO.
Alternately, the radiologist could be accommodating, acknowledging
that while policy does not require it, he would be willing to ensure prompt verbal reports on any patients the internist flags for such.
That requires looking in the mirror without flinching, and acknowledging
the pain that some of us have endured and the pain that others of us have inflicted.'