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describes and stance
The Nicaraguan based magazine Revista Envio, which describes its stance as one of " critical support for the Sandinistas ", refers to the report: " The CPDH: Can It Be Trusted?
The group has also argued that many racial issues are symptoms of the wider issue of social deprivation, and for taking a stance against what it describes as multiculturalism in the belief that it encourages segregation.
The book describes women's bodies and sexuality in terms that have indeed struck many readers as repulsive, but, as with much of Barnes's work, the author's stance is ambiguous.
The European Central Bank has similar mechanisms for their operations ; it describes its methods as a four-tiered approach with different goals: beside its main goal of steering and smoothing Eurozone interest rates while managing the liquidity situation in the market the ECB also has the aim of signalling the stance of monetary policy with its operations.
" Abhinavagupta, in his Tantraloka, states that all other mudras derive from Khecarī mudrā, which he describes as " the stance of moving or flying through the void of the supreme consciousness.
Another quote attributed to him describes his stance as follows: " I told the hooligans in Tiraspol and the fascists in Chişinău -- either you stop killing each other, or else I'll shoot the whole lot of you with my tanks ".

describes and on
His next major work, completed in 1892, was a long fantastic epic in prose, entitled Hans Alienus, which Professor Book describes as a monument on the grave of his carefree and indolent youth.
Where boundary maintenance describes the boundaries or limits of the group, systemic linkage is defined `` as the process whereby one or more of the elements of at least two social systems is articulated in such a manner that the two systems in some ways and on some occasions may be viewed as a single unit.
An imaginative storyteller, Pimen takes on the character he describes, as if he were experiencing the old shepherd's blindness and miraculous cure.
An abstract describes a chain of transfers from owner to owner and any agreements by former owners that are binding on later owners.
Kurosawa has commented on the lasting sense of loss he felt at his brother's death and the chapter of his autobiography that describes it — written nearly half a century after the event — is titled, " A Story I Don't Want to Tell.
Christopher Hitchens, in his autobiography, describes a dinner with Christie and her husband, Max Mallowan, that became increasingly uncomfortable as the night wore on, where " The anti-Jewish flavour of the talk was not to be ignored or overlooked, or put down to heavy humour or generational prejudice.
One such site featured in her books is the temple site of Abu Simbel in her book Death on the Nile, as well as the great detail in which she describes life at the dig site in her book Murder in Mesopotamia.
This is how Agatha Christie describes Poirot in The Murder on the Orient Express in the initial pages:
The Book of Enoch describes Sheol as divided into four compartments for four types of the dead: the faithful saints who await resurrection in Paradise, the merely virtuous who await their reward, the wicked who await punishment, and the wicked who have already been punished and will not be resurrected on Judgment Day.
The term aweigh describes an anchor when it is hanging on the rode and is not resting on the bottom.
Herodotus also describes that just like his predecessor, Amasis II relied on Greek mercenaries and council men.
The standard for these progress reports is in 2: 46 – 47, where Luke describes the impact of the gospel on the new church in Jerusalem.
She has referenced this independence from major labels in song more than once, including " The Million You Never Made " ( Not A Pretty Girl ), which discusses the act of turning down a lucrative contract, " The Next Big Thing " ( Not So Soft ), which describes an imagined meeting with a label head-hunter who evaluates the singer based on her looks, and " Napoleon " ( Dilate ), which sympathizes sarcastically with an unnamed friend who did sign with a label.
" The Abyssinians possess also the Ark of the Covenant ", he wrote, and, after a description of the object, describes how the liturgy is celebrated upon the Ark four times a year, " on the feast of the great nativity, on the feast of the glorious Baptism, on the feast of the holy Resurrection, and on the feast of the illuminating Cross.
Silenus describes the Meropids, a race of men who grow to twice normal size, and inhabit two cities on the island of Meropis ( Cos?
He describes Christ and his mission on earth of bringing individuated consciousness as having a particularly important place in human evolution, whereby:
There is no conformity on whether the word should precede or follow the name of the object it describes: both " akimbo pistols " and " pistols akimbo " are used.
It describes an eternal circle on masterful blazz and jop readymades that render his grizzled growl as juicy as Justin Timberlake's tenor — Tony Bennett's, even.
* Istanbul details the history of the city from 1453 on, and describes the modern city.
A passage in the Poetic Edda poem Sigrdrífumál describes runes being graven on the sun, on the ear of one of the sun-horses and on the hoofs of the other, on Sleipnir's teeth, on bear's paw, on eagle's beak, on wolf's claw, and on several other things including on Bragi's tongue.

describes and writing
Most often, the term describes those who create within a context of the fine arts or ' high culture ', activities such as drawing, painting, sculpture, acting, dancing, writing, filmmaking, photography, and music — people who use imagination, talent, or skill to create works that may be judged to have an aesthetic value.
In " The Philosophy of Composition ", an essay in which Poe describes his method in writing " The Raven ", he claims to have strictly followed this method.
Fisher, who describes her writing about food as follows:
Jordanes, a Goth writing in Italy in 551, a century after the collapse of the Hunnic Empire, describes the Huns as a " savage race, which dwelt at first in the swamps, a stunted, foul and puny tribe, scarcely human, and having no language save one which bore but slight resemblance to human speech.
Orthography thus describes or defines the set of symbols used in writing a language, and the rules about how to use those symbols.
Thought disorder describes an underlying disturbance to conscious thought and is classified largely by its effects on speech and writing.
" Whedon openly wonders why his identification figure is a woman, but describes it as " a real autobiographical kind of therapy for me " to be writing a strong female character like Buffy.
Helen McCullough describes Murasaki's writing as of universal appeal and believes The Tale of Genji " transcends both its genre and age.
Baran describes his working environment at RAND, as well as his initial interest in survivable communications, and the evolution, writing and distribution of his eleven-volume work, " On Distributed Communications.
The Science Museum ( London ) describes it merely as " the first writing mechanism whose invention was documented ," but even that claim may be excessive, since Turri's invention pre-dates it.
Clark describes Fort's writing style as a " distinctive blend of mocking humor, penetrating insight, and calculated outrageousness ".
Author John Leland describes an etymology, writing that the term is a modern survival of an English verb —" to dozen "— dating back at least to the fourteenth century and meaning " to stun, stupefy, daze " or " to make insensible, torpid, powerless ".
Nikolaus Pevsner, writing in the 1960s, referred to Gaudi's buildings as growing " like sugar loaves and anthills " and describes the ornamenting of buildings with shards of broken pottery as possibly " bad taste " but handled with vitality and " ruthless audacity ".
Grahn describes " play " as the granting of autonomy and agency to the readers or audience: " rather than the emotional manipulation that is a characteristic of linear writing, Stein uses play.
He describes serious injuries, his painful recovery and his struggle to start writing again.
Essayist John Bayley describes her writing at this time as " grim, spare and laconic ".
The writing style that describes the ' new world ' without people is a trend among explorers both of the past and present.
Mack develops the thesis that this was the earliest writing about Jesus, developed over decades by a community which he describes with unwavering confidence.
The Arab geographer al-Muqaddasi writing in 985, describes Tiberias as a hedonistic city afflicted by heat :-' For two months they dance ; for two months they gobble ; for two months they swat ; for two months they go about naked ; for two months they play thje reed flute ; and for two months they wallow in the mud.
Alcuin, writing about a century after Oswiu's death, describes him as " very just, with equitable laws, unconquered in battle but trustworthy in peace, generous in gifts to the wretched, pious, equitable to all ".
He describes the creation of his next novel, The Entrance to Porlock, as follows: "… the labor of writing which was so painful that I find it hard, even now, to see beyond the memory of the pain to whatever merit it may have.
Ortved — using interviews with writers Bob Kushell and Brent Forrester and Mirkin's assistant Charleen Easton — describes Mirkin as an " outsider " on the show, with the writing staff, at least initially, divided with respect to Mirkin's comedy and leadership style.
In her epistle dedication to Sir Charles Cavendish, her brother in law, Cavendish compares writing poetry to spinning and describes poetry as mental spinning.
The honest Tory must face what he tells and implies, and the honest Socialist must face him, too .” Douglas Goldring, writing in Fortnightly in April 1937, describes the book as beautiful and disturbing ,” and like Miles highly recommends that both conservatives and socialists read it.
Henry Flanders, writing in the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, describes Hale during his lifetime as " the most learned, the most able, the most honorable man to be found in the profession of the law ".

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