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Like the Reader's Digest series, these books provide us with an organic understanding of our bodies, but they do so by uncovering how our eating connects us to the rest of creation and by warning us of the vices of an industrial agriculture threatening our bodies and the environment.
With the Hemlo gold camp identifying future gold resources and juniors uncovering new platinum group metals (PGMs), Marathon is continuing to be a community ripe with mining exploration development and production.
Gosney's Beyond Reality: A Guide To Alternate Reality Gaming (159200737, $29.99) narrows the focus to alternate reality games, which ask players to ignore the usual barriers between real and fantasy worlds to use web sites, TV ads, and game-generated phone calls as clues to uncovering the game's mystery.
The emphasis is on the counseling process rather than on the techniques, with the process represented by co-construction (uncovering), de-construction (opening up), and construction (authoring) of the client's story.
They've been uncovering fragrance-related genes, the enzymes encoded by those genes, the in-cell reactions that these enzymes catalyze, and the fragrant performance of all this molecular biology--a vast aromatic harmony of alcohols, aldehydes, fatty acids, terpenoids, benzenoids, and other volatile, and therefore sniffable, chemicals.
The uncovering of an ancient sand dune cemetery is proving the pulling power of what was once the capital of the kingdom of Northumbria.
Reports of the geographic differences in population frequencies of paraoxonase activity and genetic analysis led to uncovering the genetic polymorphism.
Two of UCG's First Place winners scooped all other media in uncovering what were to become major news stories of 2002:
Although this book primarily targets private investigators and collection specialists involved in uncovering information relative to collection on a judgment or a debt, because of the similarities in the techniques used to uncover hidden assets, criminal investigators will find this book helpful as well.
Uncovering hidden agendas doesn't have to be painful for anyone involved.
Thus, we have a discussion of Du Bois that recognizes his displaced guilt for the death of his mother: In Dark Princess we see a "heavily concealed, much displaced, unconscious desire to exclude the social world and re-embrace the dyadic union with the sovereign dark matriarch, who is yet another displacement for the lost and clearly omnipotent mother." The discussion of Wright is similarly intriguing, uncovering the "infantile sadistic fantasies" that cause the white hero of Savage Holiday to kill a neighboring woman in a substitutive fantasy of matricide.
If you're worried about the "political correctness" of conservatives in academia, pick up a copy of the Guide to Uncovering the Right on Campus.
On uncovering fraud, 76% of the companies immediately dismissed the employee deemed responsible and 21% permitted the employee to resign.
For more important than uncovering, say, that military employees were pilfering millions of dollars worth of government equipment--as was revealed in 1990--is explaining how the system allowed it to happen in the first place.
Anany added that the Egyptian-German mission succeeded in uncovering a complete mummification workshop which contains burial chambers with mummies dating back to the 26th and 27th dynasty.