"After many perfervid
speeches in favour of Cardiff and Swansea, it was decided by a practically unanimous vote that the capital should be Rhiwbina, on the following grounds which were deemed conclusive: | It is surrounded, like Rome, by seven hills.
(20) Parker indica: "According to Von Hagen, a 'quiet gray-eyed young man of twenty-two" was one of the last to give testimony: 'His name, when he affixed it to the document, meant no more to Manuela than it did to his shipmates: Herman Melville.' Anyone who doubts this perfervid
account of the young gray-eyed Melville (his eyes were blue) and the former mistress of the Libertador is directed by Von Hagen to the Bulletin of the Colombian Academy of History at Bogota (February 1952), an issue that when sought out in Bogota by Adolfo Gomez in 1996, was found no to mention neither Manuela nor Herman.
Bowling's poured paintings, which employ a process that the artist's longtime friend the critic Mel Gooding has described as "controlled automatism," pushed the hands-off post-painterly approach of fellow Greenberg proteges to its perfervid
, machinic limit.
Sanders is, for example, a perfervid
supporter of gun control and heavy, progressive, ubiquitous taxation, and, in general, government involvement in every conceivable aspect of our private lives.
Thus, while Weineck's perfervid
study spans the works of Sophocles, the Bible, Plato, Aristotle, Hobbes, Lessing, Kleist, and Freud, the optic she uses is (I believe) clearly one that emerges in the Romantic period.
regardless of whether the evidence in question was obtained in violation of the Fourth Amendment, and regardless of the scope of the Fourth Amendment exclusionary rule." (94) "[E]ven if the federal exclusionary rule is changed, this in no way affects the fifty year old rule in Florida that evidence seized in violation of article I, section 12 of the Florida Constitution is inadmissible in evidence." (95) Florida courts continued to employ eloquent, even perfervid
, language to express their determination to defend the rights embodied in article I section 12.
With slogans like "All that happens must be known" and cameras placed in strategic locales around the globe by perfervid
ambassadors of a transparency movement so that "tyrants cannot hide," the company succeeds in turning the world on itself.
207-20, for a less perfervid
and more realistic account of what the first Christian emperor could, could not, or would not do.
these applications seem prosaically narrow in comparison to the more perfervid
claims of Bitcoin's cyberlibertarian enthusiasts.
Does it suggest that we constantly change as we pull ourselves out of moral complacency, or is it "something perfervid
and dangerous" (139) that focuses too narrowly and obsessively on its goal?
The argument over whether America should promote global cooperation and collective security through an international organization such as the League had pitted President Wilson -- its most perfervid
advocate -- against Republicans led by Henry Cabot Lodge, who supported the League in theory but wanted firmer guarantees that America's sovereignty would not be threatened, nor her economic interests harmed.
Kinzer is surely right to raise doubts about the perfervid
embrace of American exceptionalism that has become de rigueur for politicians, Democratic or Republican, to asseverate piously.
Given this "gun behind the door," even the most perfervid
advocate of laissez-faire is unlikely to disagree with Depew's choice.
Gulliver's Travels, in its formal presentation, is a parody of travel literature of the day, especially with regard to its often perfervid
, delusional, or duplicitous narrators, and the preferred theme of lost worlds and civilizations.
At the same time, it is perfectly possible to own up to being a perfervid
Lawrentian--I am guilty as charged--but equally to see why some people may find aspects of his oeuvre almost repugnant.