It might appear that Wilde's article already has little to do with socialist politics, as several critics have asseverated
(see, for instance, Kohl 321).
Schevill further asseverated
that the term "romancero" employed in the interlude was "hardly" used before 1600, a belief of which both Mille (1930: 135) and Menendez Pidal (1940: 56) were no doubt happy to disabuse him.
that the Guggenheim's presentation of "The CREMASTER Cycle" had been merely postponed, never canceled.
that faith strengthens, faith abides, faith surmounts every obstacle.
When Catherine and Heathcliff rebel, Hindley steps in once more: "Hindley hurried up from his paradise on the hearth, and seizing one of us by the collar, and the other by the arm, hurled both into the back-kitchen, where, Joseph asseverated
, `owd Nick' would fetch us as sure as we were living; and, so comforted, we each sought a separate nook to await his advent.
Augustine, who dismissed the idea that fate alone had produced Rome's greatness, asseverated
that God had deigned to bless the pagan enterprise because of the Romans' virtuous pursuit of honor.
The law, she asseverated
, must above all be a set of coherent principles.
167), but the implications of such a controversy remain a far cry from the hollow amicitia bereft of sentiment asseverated
by Syme and others.
this is not a propagation of a single particle, but a ratio between the covered distance along the beam in the beam frame and the time interval spent to interact, nonsimultaneously, with two sequential but distinct sensors (raindrops [x.
From an Afrocentric standpoint, Asante (2006) asseverated
that "To assume .
Naming Starship Troopers one of the top ten artistic achievements in Artforum's 1998 year-end roundup, I asseverated
that Verhoeven had created a new kind of cinema.
In other words, two of such t-sliced hypersurfaces at different instants would not preserve the same aspect, as experimentally asseverated
by the expansion of the universe.