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" He writes that " Jolley and Harris capably integrate the character development into the action ," and that the book might appeal even to those not well-versed in the DC Universe characters.
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writes and Harris
Harris J. Griston, in Shaking The Dust From Shakespeare ( 216 ), writes: `` There is not a word spoken by Shylock which one would expect from a real Jew ''.
" In a similar vein, Martin Harris writes that Halloween III contains " an ongoing, cynical commentary on American consumer culture.
However, this is disputed by Henry Harris, who writes: " What Nägeli saw and did not see in plant material at about the same time Robert Remak is somewhat obscure ...
Harris frequently writes lyrics about mythology, history or topics inspired from books and films, for which Iron Maiden has become notable in sharp contrast to most other rock bands where the themes are typically sex, drugs and rebellion.
In this article John Harris writes about music journalism with reference to the well-known journalists Nick Kent and Lester Bangs.
Cricket journalist E. W. Swanton writes that Gilligan was the favoured candidate of the influential Lord Harris, which may have assisted his appointment.
In Redefining the Political Novel, Sharon M. Harris responds to Cathy Davidson's work by arguing that The Coquette can be understood as a political novel ; she writes, “ By recognizing and satirizing, first, the political systems that create women ’ s social realisms and, second, the language used to convey those systems to the broader culture, Foster exposes the sexist bases of the new nation ’ s political ideologies .”
Lee Harris is an American author and essayist who writes for Policy Review and Tech Central Station who lives in Stone Mountain, Georgia.
In Joel Chandler Harris ' Uncle Remus, it appears in the context of powerless Crawfish trying to be heard in an assembly of animals, and Harris writes, " but dey might ez well er sung Ole Dan Tucker ter a harrycane.
writes and capably
UFO researcher Jerome Clark writes, " Most observers of Blue Book agree that the Ruppelt years comprised the project's golden age, when investigations were most capably directed and conducted.
writes and character
" Film scholar Simon Louvish writes that the film showed the character becoming more fragile and melancholy.
Joey gets cast in a part in a fictional version of the soap opera Days of our Lives, but his character is killed off after conflicts with the show ’ s writers, claiming that he writes many of his own lines.
The character is the daughter of Loki and is represented as a beautiful but troubled girl who works in a butcher shop, loves meat and writes dark and depressing music.
The first player writes a letter in the voice of a newly created character ; in this first letter, the writer should establish their own identity and that of their correspondent, should set the scene, and should explain why they and their correspondent must communicate in written fashion.
He writes, " I do think that the study of political discourse can help more than any other thing to stimulate and form such qualities of character ".
Barer writes that several early Saint stories were rewritten from non-Saint stories, including the novel She Was a Lady, which appeared in magazine form featuring a different lead character.
Robert Darnton writes that " despite its self-proclaimed character of fantasy ... L ' An 2440 demanded to be read as a serious guidebook to the future.
David Bianculli in the New York Daily News writes that Willow's progression is " unlike anything else I can recall on regular prime-time television: a character evolving naturally over four seasons of stories and arriving at a place of sexual rediscovery ".
It soon became famous for promoting " Method ," a style of theater and acting involving " total immersion of actor into character ," writes film author Ian Freer.
* ( 1922 ) Lisa, the main character in the novel Letter from an Unknown Woman by Stefan Zweig, contracts typhus, along with her son, and she writes her lost love the titular letter from a hospital ward before dying.
" Marcus writes that this is seen by editors as out of character for Shakespeare and is therefore an indication that he did not write A Shrew.
Helen P. Foley wrote of the links between the importance of Dionysus as the central character and his effect on the play's structure, she writes: " the poet uses the ritual crisis to explore simultaneously god, man, society, and his own tragic art.
The Quantum Leap novel Knights Of The Morningstar also features a character who writes a book by that name.
The Flat Hills Of My Homeland, in which the main character, Jake Westmorland, writes a book called Sparg of Kronk, whose eponymous character, Sparg, writes a book with no language.
Describing the character, Proinsias Mac Cana writes: " Cigfa strikes one as a slight though effective vignette of a contemporary bourgeois snob while William John Gruffydd hypothesises that the character was a later addition to the tale.
In the book, Winston Smith, the main character, writes in his diary: " Thoughtcrime does not entail death: thoughtcrime is death.
In the season 13 ( 2009 ) episode " Fishsticks ", Cartman subconsciously believes that he solely created a joke that quickly becomes a nationwide sensation, despite the fact that the character Jimmy Valmer writes the joke without any assistance.
She writes that there are over 50 chapters and mentions a character introduced at the end of the work, so if other authors besides Murasaki Shikibu did work on the tale, the work was done very near to the time of her writing.
writes and development
For example, concerning the parameter of per capita income growth, development economist Ha-Joon Chang writes that considering the record of the last two decades the argument for continuing neo-liberal policy prescriptions are " simply untenable.
Susantha Goonatilake writes that the development of the Fibonacci sequence " is attributed in part to Pingala ( 200 BC ), later being associated with Virahanka ( c. 700 AD ), Gopāla ( c. 1135 ), and Hemachandra ( c. 1150 )".
Though their development was gradual, we can date the full-blown appearance and general ecclesiastical ( as opposed to simply popular or local ) acceptance of Christian images as venerated and miracle-working objects to the 6th century, when, as Hans Belting writes, " we first hear of the church's use of religious images.
Robert Young writes that imperialism operates from the center, it is a state policy, and is developed for ideological as well as financial reasons whereas colonialism is nothing more than development for settlement or commercial intentions.
" Referring to the stage of human development which Rousseau associates with savages, Rousseau writes:
Bret W. Davis writes, for example, " The first philosophical development of the idea of nihilism is generally ascribed to Friedrich Jacobi, who in a famous letter criticized Fichte's idealism as falling into nihilism.
Douglas C. Haldeman writes that Nicolosi promotes psychoanalytic theories suggesting that homosexuality is a form of arrested psychosexual development, resulting from " an incomplete bond and resultant identification with the same-sex parent, which is then symbolically repaired in psychotherapy ".
Richard ’ s chief biographer, Jean de Toulouse, writes that when Richard died in 1173 he was still young and so it therefore must be assumed that he entered the Order well into its second period of development, near the end of Hugh ’ s life.
Of the influence of Dilthey, Hans-Georg Gadamer writes the following: " As far as Dilthey is concerned, we all know today what I have known for a long time: namely that it is a mistake to conclude on the basis of the citation in Being and Time that Dilthey was especially influential in the development of Heidegger's thinking in the mid-1920s.
" It is by no means clear, in any case ," writes Christopher Green, " to what extent these other Cubists depended on Picasso and Braque for their development of such techniques as faceting, ‘ passage ’ and multiple perspective ; they could well have arrived at such practices with little knowledge of ‘ true ’ Cubism in its early stages, guided above all by their own understanding of Cézanne.
Waugh writes, ' The development of psychoanalytic approaches to literature proceeds from the shift of emphasis from " content " to the fabric of artistic and literary works '.
A crisis " seems to break out at a certain age when the life fear which has restricted the I ’ s development meets with the death fear as it increases with growth and maturity ," writes Rank in Will Therapy ( 1929 – 31 ).
* Smolin writes for the layman a brief history of the development of DSR and how it ties in with string theory and cosmology.
One author writes that the focus of Xander's character development has always been his quest for maturity.
In her book Musical Rhythm in the Age of Digital Reproduction, music author Anne Danielson writes that neo soul toward the end of the 1990s exhibited a musical development that was part of " a remarkable increase in musicians ' experimentation with and manipulation of grooves at the microrhythmic level-that is, the level in played music that is usually understood in terms of phrasing and timing.
' In her essay in this issue, Smaro Kamboureli writes ' ' Surviving the Paraphrase ,' originally presented in 1974 at the founding meeting of the association of Canadian and Quebec Literatures, and subsequently published in Canadian Literature in 1976, inaugurates a pivotal moment ... in the development of Canadian criticism, for it presents one of the earliest, albeit brief, critiques of thematic criticism in Canada.
As Roger Savory writes, " Not since the development of Baghdad in the eighth century A. D. by the Caliph al-Mansur had there been such a comprehensive example of town-planning in the Islamic world, and the scope and layout of the city centre clear reflect its status as the capital of an empire.
As author William C. Davis writes in his book A Way Through the Wilderness, it was " a victim of its own success " by encouraging development in the frontier area.
Halevi writes that as the Jews are the only depositaries of a written history of the development of the human race from the beginning of the world, the superiority of their traditions can not be denied.
Test-driven development ( TDD ) is a software development process that relies on the repetition of a very short development cycle: first the developer writes an ( initially failing ) automated test case that defines a desired improvement or new function, then produces the minimum amount of code to pass that test and finally refactors the new code to acceptable standards.
In test-driven development a developer creates automated unit tests that define code requirements then immediately writes the code itself.
On this issue, Ontario condominium lawyer Michael Clifton writes, " Condominium development has steadily increased in Ontario for several years.