"There is something now that valorizes the rewriting of history." A generation reared in schools that ignored our history but for the week or month each year when black history is delivered, recycled and prepackaged, we know we must seek and complicate
our own stories if we are to replace majority perceptions that erase the individuality instilled by fully formed and feeling minds.
Applying the concept of fair value, which the accounting literature increasingly supports as a means of measuring financial instruments, further complicates
auditors' work in this context, said Stephen D.
This further complicates
their tax filing decisions and tax calculations -- and increases their combined tax liability over what it would be were they to file jointly.
Regarding technical qualities, it seems appropriate to note that a bibliography is lacking and to complain that citing illustrations by figure rather than page number complicates
the process of reading this volume.
Where Fibre Channel, which immediately complicates
the storage picture, is required, it can be isolated in the data center where it can be reached using iSCSI and IP.