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Our studies bore out what our client, the landlord, had anticipated--that the space is eminently suitable for either a national retailer or a medical facility.
And so we come back to plasticity as absolute exchangeability, Malabou's new, eminently metamorphic materialism; "The favored regime of change today," she has written, "is the continuous implosion of form, by which it is reworked and reshaped continually.
Award-winning UK broadcast journalist Edward Stourton presents Paul of Tarsus: A Visionary Life, a heavily researched, in-depth, yet eminently readable biography of one of Christianity's most influential figures.
Passionate, direct and eminently thoughtful, this is a book that rises to that rare "must-read" level.
Both audiences will find eminently compact descriptions of the major mechanisms that enable bacteria to develop and pass on resistant traits, the hurdles that pharmaceutical companies face in developing new antimicrobial drugs, the dilemmas doctors and patients face in finding better ways to use drugs, and a thoughtful appraisal of possible future trends.
But he remains eminently quotable in support of global justice and in opposition to elements of the culture of death, like capital punishment and offensive war, which appeal to too many of our leaders and compatriots.
Why, in our time, it should now become necessary to turn our backs on a set of principles so eminently sensible, beats me.
Standouts were Arthur Woodley, whose luxuriant bass voice bolstered his eminently human portrayal of Geronte, Manon's elderly seducer.
Chronicling modern history in an eminently readible manner, Saving The Big Thicket reveals in detail the issues advocated by both sides of the often heated controversy, and offers a handful of black-and-white photographs as embellishment.
Those wishing to stimulate thinking about the very real problems facing our ocean environments and potential solutions will find Fujita's interesting and eminently readable book a very good place to start.
She's blond, smiling, eminently tasteful--a living treasure trove of handy home hints, expert with a sewing machine, kitchen implements, and tools--and she hosts her own TV show.
Putting escorts on school buses is 'an eminently sensible idea', the Children's Commissioner for Wales said yesterday.
Concrete can be considered a very environmentally friendly material and we all know it is eminently recyclable.
provides us with an insider's fascinating--and eminently practical--view of the modern university.
Low literacy" writing translates into eminently clear communications, including headlines, subheads, sidebars and, of course, the articles themselves--all written in a style of "do this, don't do that.