The Beet Queen (1986), which covers the years 1932--72, is an ampler
and in some ways more successful novel.
The central bank currently targets the outstanding balance of current accounts at around 5 trillion yen, and has said it will provide ampler
liquidity if there is a risk of financial market instability.
By relaxing policy on the minimum level of NIR, Bank Indonesia will have an ampler
room for maneuvering in taking a quick market invention any time needed.
Of all that is most beauteous--imaged there In happier beauty; more pellucid streams, An ampler
ether, a diviner air, And fields invested with purpureal gleams.
Given the buffering effect of ampler
space, New Caledonians and Maori survived, whereas small islands and atolls, close-packed and vulnerable to raiders and disease, were not uncommonly devastated.
Thus, although some of the writers in the earlier anthology are also to be found here, they may well be represented by a different story, showing that Yanez has not taken the easy way out: she has rethought the material that was included in the ampler
Spanish original rather than merely scaling it down.
So while "various are the tastes of men" (3.567), the material world is suited to this variety: "Yet nature's care, to all her children just, / With richer treasures and an ampler
state / Indows at large whatever happy man / Will deign to use them" (3.578-81).
This displacement, cryptic at the time of initial publication, loses some of its mystery when, without the help of Russian formalists, Fuentes "bares the device." It is with the subsequent publication of the Terra Nostra/Cervantes diptych that the citation above becomes a sort of protoallusion, of ampler
Reasoning to admiration, and with me Persuasively hath so prevail'd, that I Have also tasted, and have also found Th' effects to correspond, opener mine Eyes, Dim erst, dilated Spirits, ampler
Heart, And growing up to Godhead; which for thee Chiefly I sought, without thee can despise.
Indeed, in the way of other archetypal literary figures, Rabbit seems to have an ampler
spirit than his creator.
"compass" for the varied responsibilities and ampler
In order to have an ampler
view of Janus's reception in the context of Keats studies, we shall briefly review a few relevant instances in which this important Roman god was found to be useful for the description of reality.
Justice Fauteux's dissent provides an ampler
challenge to the majority's determination that Duplessis's order to the liquor commission occurred outside "the exercise of his functions." (20) On his view, several, mutually reinforcing bases led to the understanding that the set of acts within the exercise of a public officer's functions for the purposes of article 88 was larger than the set of acts authorized or reasonably believed to be so.
Himself, Falconet aspired to something on an ampler
The basic reason why the domain of fact is ampler
than that of truth is that language cannot capture the entirety of fact.