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without a crisis (as of some diseases)

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And while there is also a great deal of inauthentic, acritical and insensitive building, there are also many works of exceptional stature.
What is at stake in embracing Giddens' particular brand of acritical sociology?
He thereby adds fuel to the same suspicion that Kitcher engenders--that much of the thinking about mind and language of contemporary naturalists is vitiated by an acritical, if not irrational, belief in the paradigmatic rationality of science.
The chief of the Chuy regional police is in acritical condition, according to him.
Body-worn camera footageof Karine Atay in the aftermath of killing her husband was acritical piece of evidencein establishing her claims of self-defence were false.
Police have shared the horrific CCTV in a bid to catch the attacker whose actions have left a fellow cyclist in acritical condition.
Teachers also play the role of learners, not merely the role of transmitters of ready-made knowledge; that is, an external packet of information for teachers to impart in an acritical manner (Freire, 1992).
Acritical care clinician survey comparing attitudes and perceived barriers to low tidal volume ventilation with actual practice.
"As our first all-electric production model, Rapide E will fast-track our knowledge and help us ensure the character and high-performance capabilities of our future EV models and enhance the unique qualities found in all Aston Martins as we know them today.Rapide E will also serve as acritical step on our path to re-launching Lagonda as the world's first zero-emission luxury marque".
Sexuality education for students with intellectual disabilities, acritical pedagogical approach: Outlining the ignored curriculum.
Azo dye films play acritical rule in radiation processing as high dose dosimeter [2-6].
Thus, in spite of the importance of the concept of gender identity, the acritical use of the reiterative character of cis-gender and binary normativity of this notion can increase the health vulnerability of trans people, and the neglect of these and other people whose bodies and identities are outside the norm.
First, when person recognise a cultural value as one of their identitarian references, this value is not accepted in an acritical and automatic manner, following standardised and predetermined standards; instead, the reference is re-interpreted and re-elaborated by others.
Police said the 32-year-old had been in acritical condition since the incidenton Sunday, February 25, which left him with head and arm injuries.