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For there is also the `` face of reality '' in the form of the individual's perceptions of his own abilities and interests, of the objective possibilities open to him, of the familial and other social pressures to which he is exposed.
He is not prepared for it -- naturally, nobody is -- and, what is possibly much more to the point, he is exposed, as few white people are, to the anguish of the black people around him.
During his raid on Washington, D. C. in 1864, Lincoln was watching the combat from an exposed position ; Captain Oliver Wendell Holmes shouted at him, " Get down, you damn fool, before you get shot!
Isaac handed him over to the city mob and for three days he was exposed to their fury and resentment, remaining for that period tied to a post and beaten.
It is said that, in 1038, they were dispersed in winter quarters in the Thracesian theme when one of their number attempted to violate a countrywoman, but in the struggle she seized his sword and killed him ; instead of taking revenge, however, his comrades applauded her conduct, compensated her with all his possessions, and exposed his body without burial as if he had committed suicide.
" As Douglass began to read newspapers, political materials, and books of every description, he was exposed to a new realm of thought that led him to question and condemn the institution of slavery.
Her husband's academic fraud had been exposed by one of his fellow dons there, destroying his career and driving him to suicide.
Galen's education had exposed him to the four major schools of thought ( Platonists, Peripatetics, Stoics, Epicureans ), with teachers from the Rationalist sect and from the Empiricist sect.
However, the episode left him embarrassed and exposed him to criticism as a provincial simpleton unable to cope with intrigues of the imperial city.
On the 1787 trip to the Isle of Arran he found his first example of Hutton's Unconformity to the north of Newton Point near Lochranza, but the limited view meant that the condition of the underlying strata was not clear enough for him, and he incorrectly thought that the strata were conformable at a depth below the exposed outcrop.
On the belief that this was due to the same geological forces operating in the past as the very slow geological forces seen operating at the present day, the thicknesses of exposed rock layers implied to him enormous stretches of time.
Jonah, now being exposed to the full force of the sun, becomes faint and desires that God take him out of the world.
His doctor refers him to the prominent laboratory, the California Medical Research Institute, and after nearly three weeks of numerous sophisticated tests, Scott and his team of new doctors learn that the mist to which he was exposed six months earlier while on the ocean was radioactive.
First, Waits appeared on the Primus album Sailing the Seas of Cheese as the voice of " Tommy the Cat ", which exposed him to a new audience in alternative rock.
Amid all the seeming inconsistencies of his public career, which exposed him to the shallow charge of time-serving and even of hypocrisy, history will discern a steady process of evolution, guided always by certain governing principles.
While at Chicago, he took a course under the Nobel Prize-winning physicist Robert A. Millikan, which exposed him to the old quantum theory.
Ellington's appearance at the Newport Jazz Festival on July 7, 1956 returned him to wider prominence and exposed him to new audiences.
The university exposed him to Age of Enlightenment ideals, and social and political critique and reform.
With his eastern flank now dangerously exposed to this new threat, there seemed little option but for him to prepare for a humiliating visit to Constantinople.
Menem Carlos " el patillas " La Rioja in 1973, a prominent post that left him exposed after the overthrow of President Isabel Martínez de Perón in March 1976.
* In 2004, in a notable individual case of dioxin poisoning, Ukrainian politician Viktor Yushchenko was exposed to the second-largest measured dose of dioxins, according to the reports of the physicians responsible for diagnosing him.
" School did not hold his attention, and his last name exposed him to ridicule, so he found solace as a teenager in science fiction.
The herdsman, unable to use a weapon against the infant, left him exposed on Mount Ida, hoping he would perish there ( cf: Oedipus ); he was, however, suckled by a she-bear.

exposed and criticism
This treaty was prematurely exposed to public scrutiny and subsequently abandoned in November 1998 in the face of strenuous protest and criticism by national and international civil society representatives.
His residence at Leuven, where he lectured at the Catholic University, exposed Erasmus to much criticism from those ascetics, academics and clerics hostile to the principles of literary and religious reform and the loose norms of the Renaissance adherents to which he was devoting his life.
This mild style also exposed him to criticism that he was a spineless, or even cowardly, politician who never took a stand-" He never saw a fence he didn't sit on ", so went the joke.
All his lifelong Spener had been exposed to the attacks and abuse of the orthodox Lutheran theologians ; with the years, his opponents multiplied, and the movement which he had inaugurated increasingly served as a subject for hostile criticism.
His old-fashioned methodical method of conducting war exposed him to the criticism of ardent Jacobins, and a defeat would have meant the end of his career.
" The show exposed the duo to criticism questioning whether they were qualified to deal with some of the serious issues raised.
The report was met with scepticism by the British public, and criticism by British newspapers such as The Guardian, Independent, and the Daily Mail, though others said it exposed serious flaws within the BBC.
Uncertainty against fast bowling, particularly early in an innings, was exposed by a series of low scores in the mid 1960s, and Smith faced considerable press criticism, unusual for the time.
This was the era in which the squad's close ties with the criminal fraternity, which had always been a necessary part of its strategy, were being exposed to public criticism.
His religious tolerance of Christians and the freedom given Western workers sojourning in the UAE was in marked contrast to most neighbours in the region and exposed him to criticism from other much more conservative nations.
Her political influence made her controversial and exposed to much criticism and slander.
With those theories, Ehrenfels exposed himself to a massive criticism, because he offered with his theories unimaginable thoughts to contemporian conventions.
His support for the ideals of the Tractarians exposed him to considerable criticism, but his " simple manly character and zealous devotion to parochial work gained him the support of widely divergent classes ", according to the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica.
However, the bishops of the delegations of the Macedonian Orthodox Church were exposed to severe criticism for signing this agreement, and although they attempted to defend it for a short time, the Synod of the MOC rejected the agreement.
The delay in applying for an injunction was reason in itself to justify dismissing the appeal, but in addition the court ruled that " the public had an interest that assertions of fact the Church should be exposed to public criticism.
As their paintings were exposed in the same room as a classical sculpture, he stated his criticism and disapproval of their works by describing the sculpture as " a Donatello amongst wild beasts " (" Donatello parmi les fauves ").
Escher was exposed to increasingly vociferous criticism, prompting him to resign as chairman of the Gotthard Rail Company in 1878.

exposed and by
An advantage of being exposed to such specificity about an important and recurring feature of social reality is that it can be taken advantage of by the reader to examine covert as well as overt resonances within himself, resonances triggered by explicit symbols clustering around the central figure of the Jew.
One sample, which had been exposed to the atmosphere after evacuation at 375-degrees-C, showed the presence of adsorbed water ( about 0.3 wt ) ) as evidenced by a weak resonance line which was very narrow at room temperature and which disappeared, due to broadening, at low temperature.
Following observation of the fact that the reaction rates of supposedly identical reaction mixtures prepared on the same filling manifold and exposed under identical conditions often differed by several hundred per cent, a systematic series of experiments was undertaken to see whether the difficulty could be ascribed to the method of preparing the chlorine, to the effects of oxygen or moisture or to the effect of surface to volume ratio in the reaction tubes.
A number of unique medical problems might be created when man is exposed to an infectious agent through the respiratory route rather than by natural portal of entry.
Some agents have been shown to be much more toxic or infectious to experimental animals when exposed to aerosols of optimum particle size than by the natural portal.
Their skins were exposed to harmful ultraviolet rays that had previously been absorbed by the water.
Puddling was introduced during the 1700s, where molten pig iron was stirred while exposed to the air, to remove the carbon by oxidation.
Also, a therapist might choose to have the subject partake in what is called " exposure therapy " where the person is exposed to virtual spiders and then eventually live spiders little by little until they have overcome the phobia.
In his instrument, temperatures were indicated by the height at which a column of mercury was sustained by a certain mass of air, the volume, or " spring ", of which varied with the heat to which it was exposed.
Each element of the system was meant to remedy defects in the West Saxon military establishment exposed by the Viking invasions.
The male children who were the result of these visits were either killed, sent back to their fathers or exposed in the wilderness to fend for themselves ; the girls were kept and brought up by their mothers, and trained in agricultural pursuits, hunting, and the art of war.
These formations became exposed when the ocean floor was raised by a major volcanic activity in the Devonian forming much of the east coast of Australia.
The mission's specific landing site was located between two young impact craters, North and South Ray craters — and in diameter, respectively — which provided " natural drill holes " which penetrated through the lunar regolith at the site, thus leaving exposed bedrock that could be sampled by the crew.
The iris is a sphincter formed from pigmented tissue that contracts when the eye is exposed to bright light, to protect the retina by limiting the amount of light passing through the pupil.
The lack of moving parts makes them appropriate for long term use in exposed automated weather stations and weather buoys where the accuracy and reliability of traditional cup-and-vane anemometers is adversely affected by salty air or large amounts of dust.
National Alliance, launched in 1994, was officially founded in January 1995, when the Italian Social Movement ( MSI ), the former neo-fascist party, merged with conservative elements of the former Christian Democracy, which had disbanded in 1994 after two years of scandals and various splits due to corruption at its highest levels, exposed by the Mani Pulite investigation, and the Italian Liberal Party, disbanded in the same year.
Montgomery's training paid off when the Germans began their invasion of the Low Countries on 10 May 1940 and the 3rd Division advanced to the River Dijle and then withdrew to Dunkirk with great professionalism, entering the Dunkirk perimeter in a famous night-time march which placed his forces on the left flank which had been left exposed by the Belgian surrender.
In a multi-hand, face-up, single deck game, it is possible to establish whether insurance is a good bet simply by observing the other cards on the table after the deal ; even if there are just 2 player hands exposed, and neither of their two initial cards is a ten, then 16 in 47 of the remaining cards are tens, which is larger than 1 in 3, so insurance is a good bet.
As the attack faltered, eight squadrons of elite Gens d ' Armes, commanded by the veteran Swiss officer, Beat-Jacques von Zurlauben, fell upon the English troops, cutting at the exposed flank of Rowe's own regiment.
As the French ranks wavered, the leading squadrons of Württemberg ’ s Danish horse – now unhampered by enemy fire from either village – were also sent into the attack and fell upon the exposed flank of the Franco-Swiss infantry and dragoons.
To prevent muscle weakness and incisional hernias, the portion of abdominal wall exposed by reflection of the rectus abdominis muscle may be strengthened by a piece of surgical mesh placed over the defect and sutured in place.

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