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Oregon statutes for nonconforming uses, such as the speedway, state that such uses "shall not be enlarged upon, expanded or extended and not be used as grounds for adding other structures or uses.
One area which could certainly be extended and enlarged upon is the author's fairly brief discussion of the Mediterranean's manufacture of local "front" and "rear" stage areas (199).
Conductor-in-residence Andrew Mogrelia led the BCMG through a clutch of student works, whilst one of the country's most admired young composers, BCMG favourite and Conservatoire composition tutor Philip Cashian commented and enlarged upon their raw material.
The industry enlarged upon its traditional profile of being a staple beverage to become a social and even a gourmet beverage.
This underlining of the concept of threshold as the key to understanding, implying a moving eye as opposed to the fixed perspective of Italian art theory, is a cue taken from Alpers, but here explained and enlarged upon more fruitfully, and with careful investigation of its historical roots in the fantastical interiors of Vredeman de Vries.
This is further enlarged upon in the VEWAA's Operations and Procedures Manual which urges members to increase the opportunities for persons with disabilities for rehabilitation by the use of simulated and/or real work.
To many American scholars deconstruction seemed a logical step beyond New Criticism (with its strong emphasis on text), and it was readily accepted and enlarged upon at Yale University by such proponents as Paul de Man and J.
In each case, the man has seized and enlarged upon the vision that was handed to him.
his literal word), the President enlarged upon his thought in figural language, according to
Roll Back Malaria" program for Africa, which has been enlarged upon to deal with rising rates of infection that are endemic to the three-to-four-month rainy season.
These were enlarged upon in her sermon when we were encouraged, in order to gain the ultimate spiritual prize, to put all other things to one side.
In her postlude to the book, Jowitt enlarged upon Freedman's remark with, "Out of that struggle to find himself he created art that made an enormous contribution to theater and dance almost worldwide.