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“ Ultimately, the primary goal of the creative nonfiction writer is to communicate information, just like a reporter, but to shape it in a way that reads like fiction .” Forms within this genre include biography, food writing, literary journalism, memoirs, personal essays, travel writing, and other hybridized essays.
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Ultimately, His goes so far as to accuse Haeckel of “ faking ” his embryo illustrations to make the vertebrate embryos appear more similar than in reality.
Tony Hines defines value as follows: “ Ultimately it is the customer who pays the price for service delivered that confirms value and not the producer who simply adds cost until that point ”
Ultimately, the word comes from Greek διαβαίνειν ( diabainein ), meaning “ to pass through ”, which is composed of δια-( dia -), meaning “ through ” and βαίνειν ( bainein ), meaning “ to go ”.
Ultimately the restructuring of the home and manner of living will allow individuals, especially women, to become an “ integral part of the social structure, in close, direct, permanent connection with the needs and uses of society .” This would be a dramatic change for women who generally considered themselves restricted by family life built upon their economic dependence on men.
Ultimately, the Salk Institute ’ s meaning transcends function and physical place as a reflection of Western Civilization ’ s pursuit of truth through science instead of God: it is Louis Kahn ’ s masterpiece reinterpretation of the monastic “ intellectual retreat ” in our day and age.
Scholars Diane Blair and Jay L. Barth continue: “ As long as Rockefeller led the Arkansas Republicans, the party had a progressive, reformist cast, and those whom Rockefeller had brought into the party continued to dominate party offices and shape presidential preferences until 1980 ,” when the nomination and election of Ronald W. Reagan of California as president and Frank D. White as governor moved power within the state GOP “ sharply to the right .” Ultimately the growth of the Republican Party was slower in Arkansas than in the other southern states in the post-segregation era.
Ultimately, however, he is disenchanted with the wilderness and leaves “ lonelier than he had ever been in his life .”
Ultimately, Hutchinson was brought to civil trial by the General Court in November 1637, presided over by Governor John Winthrop, on the charge of “ traducing the ministers ”.
Ultimately the outcomes from the CZMP are for “ healthy and productive coastal ecosystems, and to have environmentally, economically, and socially vibrant and resilient coastal communities ”.
Historian Paul Walker writes: “ Ultimately, both views of him, the mad and despotic tyrant irrationally given to killing those around him on a whim, and the ideal supreme ruler, divinely ordained and chosen, whose every action was just and righteous, were to persist, the one among his enemies and those who rebelled against him, and the other in the hearts of true believers, who, while perhaps perplexed by events, nonetheless remained avidly loyal to him to the end.
When Peter II died, there were multiple candidates for the throne including Peter I ’ s first wife, Yevdokiya, and Peter I ’ s daughter, Elizabeth However, Alexis Dolgoruky and his allies chose Anna Ivanonva, the daughter of Peter I ’ s half brother Ivan, because the Supreme Privy Council wanted a ruler that would not impose on the powers of the Council, allowing them to continue to virtually rule the empire The Supreme Privy Council offered her the throne with “ Konditsii ” or Conditions These included the inability of the empress to marry, designate a successor, declare war or peace, raise taxes, or spend state revenue without the consent of the Council Many other nobles saw this as an aristocratic grab for power and told the would-be empress so as soon as she arrived in Moscow Ultimately, Anna invalidated the conditions, abolished the Council and sent many members who advocated the conditions into exile.
Ultimately, the BBC concluded that a television image was not covered by existing copyright law and replied to Cura giving him permission to proceed but to “ only photograph the television image of individual artists who have instructed you to do so prior to their television appearance, and that you do not give or sell the photographs to anyone other than the artist in question ”.
Ultimately all aspects of Ehrlich ’ s theory would be proven correct with the minor exception that the “ receptor ” exists as both a soluble antibody molecule and as a cell-bound receptor ; it is the soluble form that is secreted rather than the bound form released.
Ultimately, however, the potential for a violation of your privacy is typically out of your hands after purchasing from an online “ e-tailer ” or store.
Ultimately, whether the firm constitutes a domain of bureaucratic direction that is shielded from market forces or simply “ a legal fiction ”, “ a nexus for a set of contracting relationships among individuals ” ( as Jensen and Meckling put it ) is “ a function of the completeness of markets and the ability of market forces to penetrate intra-firm relationships ”.
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St. Bonaventure ’ s “ Retracing the Arts to Theology ”, a primary example of this method, discusses the skills of the artisan as gifts given by God for the purpose of disclosing God to mankind, which purpose is achieved through four lights: the light of skill in mechanical arts which discloses the world of artifacts ; which light is guided by the light of sense perception which discloses the world of natural forms ; which light, consequently, is guided by the light of philosophy which discloses the world of intellectual truth ; finally, this light is guided by the light of divine wisdom which discloses the world of saving truth.
In his article Observations on the marital metaphor of YHWH and Israel in its ancient Israelite context: general considerations and particular images in Hosea 1. 2, Ben Zvi describes the role of the Gomer in the marriage metaphor as one of the “ central attributes of the ideological image of a human marriage that was shared by the male authorship and the primary and intended male readership as building blocks for their imagining of the relationship .”
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Although the Chinese and Indian communities could maintain their own Chinese and Tamil-language primary schools, all their students were required to learn Malay, and to study an agreed “ Malayan curriculum .” Most importantly, the entry exam to the University of Malaya ( which moved from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur in 1963 ) would be conducted in Malay, even though most teaching at the university was in English until the 1970s.
“ There is some evidence that Jain traditions may be even older than the Buddhist traditions, and that Vardhamana rather than being a “ founder ” per se was, rather, simply a primary spokesman for much older tradition.
T. J. Moore notes that “ seating in the temporary theaters where Plautus ’ plays were first performed was often insufficient for all those who wished to see the play, that the primary criterion for determining who was to stand and who could sit was social status ”.
While he doubts this is so, he nonetheless states: “ In his unrelated state, man has a natural right to his property, to his character, to liberty, and to safety .” James Wilson asks whether “ the primary and principal object in the institution of government … was … to acquire new rights by human establishment?
The Oxford English Dictionary defines racism as the “ belief that all members of each race possess characteristics, abilities, or qualities specific to that race, especially so as to distinguish it as inferior or superior to another race or races ” and the expression of such prejudice, while the Merriam-Webster's Dictionary defines it as a belief that race is the primary determinant of human traits and capacities and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority or inferiority of a particular racial group, and alternatively that it is also the prejudice based on such a belief.
But SAC did more than just provide a nuclear option during the Korean War, It also deployed four B-29 bomber wings that were used in tactical operations against enemy forces and logistics All of this led LeMay to express concern that “ too many splinters were being whittled off the stick ”, preventing him from being able to carry out his primary mission of strategic deterrence.
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Robert J. Graham, a Renaissance literary scholar, notes that “ questions of whose language is privileged at any given historical moment are deeply implicated in matters of personal, social and cultural significance ”, which he states is the primary reason for Castiglione ’ s usage of the native vernacular.
As such, objects and artifacts, particularly those related to high culture, became instruments for these “ new tasks of social management .” Universities became the primary centers for innovative research in the United States well before the start of the Second World War.
In summary, social role theory “ treats these differing distributions of women and men into roles as the primary origin of sex-differentiated social behavior, their impact on behavior is mediated by psychological and social processes ” ( Eagly, 1997 ), including “ developmental and socialization processes, as well as by processes involved in social interaction ( e. g., expectancy confirmation ) and self-regulation ” ( Eagly et al., 2004 ).
During the Cultural Revolution, much economic activity was halted, with “ revolution ”, regardless of interpretation, being the primary objective of the country.
He coined the term “ phallocentrism ” in a critique of Freud ’ s account of sexual difference arguing along with Klein and her Berlin colleague, Karen Horney, for a primary femininity and penis envy as a defensive formation rather than arising from the fact, or “ injury ”, of biological asymmetry.
There was also a move in primary schools towards “ child-centred ” or individual learning, in keeping with the recommendations of the 1967 Plowden Report on improving the education system.
This restriction was slightly relaxed just before the July 1964 election, when authorities were allowed to provide places “ where this would enable married women to return to teaching .” In 1965, the Labour government provided a further relaxation which allowed authorities to expand “ so long as they provided some extra places for teachers to whom priority was to be given .” Nevertheless, the number of children under five in maintained nursery, primary, and special schools increased only slightly, from 222, 000 in 1965 to 239, 000 in 1969.
Over a two-year period, £ 16 million was allocated by the government for construction of schools in EPAs, while teachers in 572 primary schools “ of exceptional difficulty ” were selected for additional increments.
Kimmel cites Heinlein's “ colloquial language .. an extrapolated lunar creole that has arisen from the forced intersection of multiple cultures and languages in the lunar penal colonies ”; the protagonist's disability ; “ the frank treatment of alternative family structures ”; and “ the computer which suddenly wakes up to full artificial intelligence, but rather than becoming a Monster that threatens human society and must be destroyed as the primary Quest of the story, instead befriends the protagonist and seeks to become ever more human, a sort of digital Pinocchio .”
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Some scholars believe that the apologetic view of Luke ’ s work is overemphasized and that it should not be regarded as a “ major aim of the Lucan writings .” While Munck believes that purpose of Luke ’ s work is not that clear-cut and sympathizes with other claims, he believes that Luke ’ s work can function as an apology only in the sense that it “ presents a defense of Christianity and Paul ” and may serve to “ clarify the position of Christianity within Jewry and within the Roman Empire .” Pervo disagrees that Luke ’ s work is an apology and even that it could possibly be addressed to Rome because he believes that “ Luke and Acts speak to insiders, believers in Jesus .” Freedman believes that Luke is writing an apology but that his goal is “ not to defend the Christian movement as such but to defend God ’ s ways in history .”
In contrast to soccer, however, all free strokes are “ direct ” and allow a goal to be scored without another player touching the ball.
Its stated goal was “ to destroy the Russian forces deployed in the West and to prevent their escape into the wide-open spaces of Russia .” A key factor was the surprise attack which included the near annihilation of the total Soviet airforce by simultaneous attacks on airfields.
“ We remain committed to our original goal of striving to locate breeding pairs ,” says Cornell Lab of Ornithology director John Fitzpatrick.
The goal, according to the Libyan press, would be to assemble an army of one million men and women fighters to prepare for the great Arab battle – “ the battle of liberating Palestine, of toppling the reactionary regimes, of annihilating the borders, gates, and barriers between the countries of the Arab homeland, and of creating the single Arab Jamahiriya from the ocean to the gulf ”.
In 1991, the “ 480 series ” was consolidated into a single standard known as the MIL – STD – 973 that was then replaced by MIL – HDBK – 61 pursuant to a general DoD goal that reduced the number of military standards in favor of industry technical standards supported by Standards Developing Organizations ( SDO ).
suggest a flexible approach based on harm reduction, “ Willingness to provide hormonal therapy based on assessment of individual patients needs, history and situation with an overriding goal of achieving the best outcome for patients rather than rigidly adhering to arbitrary rules has been successful .”
If we used the negative binomial distribution to model the number of goal attempts a sportsman makes before scoring a goal, though, then each unsuccessful attempt would be a “ success ”, and scoring a goal would be “ failure ”.
“ Germans threw themselves into their clubs, voluntary associations, and professional organizations out of frustration with the failures of the national government and political parties, thereby helping to undermine the Weimar Republic and facilitate Hitler ’ s rise to power .” In this article about the fall of the Weimar Republic, the author makes the claim that Hitler rose to power so quickly because he was able to mobilize the groups towards one common goal.
The goal of this activity is to have participants work together to construct meaning and arrive at an answer, not for one student or one group to “ win the argument ”.
• Willpower: “ Willpower is the driving force in hopeful thinking ” ( pg. 9 ) Willpower draws on the perception of our desired goal as well as one ’ s mental energy.
• Waypower: “ Waypower reflects the mental plans or road maps that guide hopeful thought ” There are important versus less important goals that play a part in one ’ s ability to plan through a goal, to map out a plan.
Hymes ’ goal, in his own mind, is to understand the artistry and “ the competence … that underlies and informs such narratives ” ( Hymes 2003: vii ).
At the same time and continuing into the 1980s, gay and lesbian social support discussion groups, some of which were called “ coming-out groups ,” focused on sharing coming-out “ stories ” ( experiences ) with the goal of reducing isolation and increasing LGBT visibility and pride.