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In an article addressed to critics of tank warfare, he wrote " until our critics can produce some new and better method of making a successful land attack other than self-massacre, we shall continue to maintain our beliefs that tanks — properly employed, needless to say — are today the best means available for land attack.
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While the term is applied to events and conditions without agency, the forms of evil addressed in this article presume an evildoer or doers.
David Shenk has criticized Pinker for an article he wrote in The New York Times which addressed the nature versus nurture debate.
A 1921 article by S. Morgulis in the journal Science, came as a critique of Pavlov's work in that it addressed concerns about the environment in which these experiments had been performed.
The article on environmental economics also addresses externalities and how they may be addressed in the context of environmental issues.
In 1973, Michael Coe addressed the issue in an article for Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought stating:
Despite the precedent set by some of his predecessors, Johnson never addressed the Senate on the occasion of a tie-breaking vote ; he did once explain his vote via an article in the Kentucky Gazette.
In an article written for the January / February 2002 issue of the Bulletin, David Albright and Holly Higgins addressed the threat of North Korea and the many dangers that could result from the poor relationship between North Korea and the rest of the world.
The neurobiology of creativity has been addressed in the article " Creative Innovation: Possible Brain Mechanisms.
A papyrus fragment covering lines 917 – 33, part of a poem addressed to Democles ( identity unknown ) and considered on textual grounds to be a late addition to the Theognidean corpus, probably fifth centuryCoincidentally, Nietzsche's first published article, On the History of the Collection of the Theognidean Anthology ( 1867 ), concerned the textual transmission of the poems.
LinuxGazette. net contributing editor Rick Moen, however, addressed this claim in an article for LinuxGazette. net:
* The fifth article addressed that all other woman suffrage societies were welcomed as auxiliaries, and their officers would be recognized as members of the national association.
" In this article an attempt will be made to prove that the Letter of Aristeas was not written with the aim of self-defense or propaganda, and was addressed not to Greek, but to Jewish readers.
Red-fruited cultivated raspberries, even in North America, are generally Rubus idaeus or horticultural derivatives of hybrids of R. idaeus and R. strigosus ; these plants are all addressed in the present article.
Rupert Brooke addressed them on contemporary theatre, and an article based on his views of Strindberg appeared in the Cambridge Magazine in October 1913.
In parliamentary questions addressed to the European Commission, she denounced the violation of the article 5 of the fourth complementary agreement to Ouagadougou Political Agreement, which had planned the completion of disarmament and reunification of Côte d ' Ivoire before the organization of elections.
Much of this law has been established by a few important cases, and some of the more significant of these are addressed in this article.
She addressed many of her critics, and changed some of her opinions, in a follow-up article, " Afterthoughts on ' Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema '" ( which also appears in the Visual and Other Pleasures collection ).
Despite the title, most of the article is on Dijkstra ’ s attempt to put computer science into a wider perspective within science, teaching being addressed as a corollary at the end.
The article also addressed how school administrators over time dealt with the incidents, both within the school community and, in the case of Kops, in a post-employment reference.
Weinberg's article addressed criticisms of the way in which the era of Big Science could negatively affect science — such as astronomer Fred Hoyle's contention that excessive money for science would only make science fat and lazy — and encouraged, in the end, limiting Big Science only to the national laboratory system and preventing its incursion into the university system.
: Whoever, having devised or intending to devise any scheme or artifice to defraud, or for obtaining money or property by means of false or fraudulent pretenses, representations, or promises, or to sell, dispose of, loan, exchange, alter, give away, distribute, supply, or furnish or procure for unlawful use any counterfeit or spurious coin, obligation, security, or other article, or anything represented to be or intimated or held out to be such counterfeit or spurious article, for the purpose of executing such scheme or artifice or attempting so to do, places in any post office or authorized depository for mail matter, any matter or thing whatever to be sent or delivered by the Postal Service, or deposits or causes to be deposited any matter or thing whatever to be sent or delivered by any private or commercial interstate carrier, or takes or receives therefrom, any such matter or thing, or knowingly causes to be delivered by mail or such carrier according to the direction thereon, or at the place at which it is directed to be delivered by the person to whom it is addressed, any such matter or thing, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both.
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To some extent these critics of Major's policy were vindicated when in an article published in 2011, the then Defence Secretary Malcolm Rifkind accepted that the arms embargo was a ' serious mistake ' by the UN.
Thomas Young's work is acknowledged in Champollion's 1822 Lettre à M. Dacier, but incompletely, according to British critics: for example, James Browne, a sub-editor on the Encyclopædia Britannica ( which had published Young's 1819 article ), contributed anonymously a series of review articles to the Edinburgh Review in 1823, praising Young's work highly and alleging that the " unscrupulous " Champollion plagiarised it.
Although it remains a controversial film, it has been praised by various film historians and critics, and, while not typically considered a horror film, Salò was named the 65th scariest film ever made by the Chicago Film Critics Association in 2006 and is the subject of an article in The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural ( 1986 ).
Another article described Sandinista neighbourhood " Defense Committees ", modeled on similar Cuban Committees for the Defense of the Revolution, which according to critics were used to unleash mobs on anyone who was labeled a counterrevolutionary.
In an article written for The New Yorker in 2004, Gary Giddins says he feels that these early critics erred in denigrating Glenn Miller's music, and that the popular opinion of the time should hold greater sway.
In retrospect, MTV writer James Montgomery published an article questioning the validity of music critics opinions of the band during the 90's, saying, " All I'm suggesting is that perhaps it's time to admit that we were wrong about them from the get-go — that we treated them unfairly.
According to the July 14, 1967 Time magazine article, after " Don't Make Me Over " hit in 1962, she answered the call of her manager (" C ' mon, baby, you gotta go "), left school and went on a tour of France, where critics crowned her " Paris ' Black Pearl ," having been introduced on stage at Paris Olympia that year by Marlene Dietrich.
A 1984 New York Times article on the emerging aesthetic acknowledged cowpunk as one of several catch-all terms critics were using to categorize the country-influenced music of otherwise unrelated punk and New Wave bands.
The most vocal of these critics was former Google Answers Researcher Jessamyn West, whose contract was terminated after she violated the site's terms of service by publishing an article about her experience as a Google Answers Researcher.
She also received a two-page article in Life Magazine, explaining about the wonderful performance and critics said she was up and coming and people should look out for the next pieces she performs in.
Some of the critics discussed in this article take issue, for example, with the original Consensus's emphasis on the opening of developing countries to global markets, and / or with what they see as an excessive focus on strengthening the influence of domestic market forces, arguably at the expense of key functions of the state.
* Our critics ' advice-In this article Alex Petridis gives advice to young, aspiring, would-be music journalists.
He hit back at critics in a second article, dismissing the Indian version of the " domino theory " which held that the rest of India's states would disintegrate if Kashmir were allowed its promised freedom.
During the 1960s the anti-Corelli sentiment among critics was epitomized by Alan Rich of the The New York Herald Tribune in a 1966 article which, while acknowledged the vibrancy and white heat of his singing, considered Corelli a throwback to an earlier era when, from Mr. Rich's perspective, musical compromises were common and stylistic refinement lacking.
Most critics writing about the History, including this article, use a standard format to direct readers to passages in the text: book. chapter. section.
In response to these critics, Rogers has stated, “ It should surprise no one that this article from Rolling Stone regarding my activity in connection with the Transportation Worker Identity Card ( TWIC ) is grossly incorrect, and highly slanderous ,” the congressman said.
However for critics and Muslims this did not balance out affairs: the banning of Muslims girls from freely choosing to wear an article of faith, seen by them as a religious obligation, could not be balanced with the permission to celebrate a religious festival, which is not obligatory at all.
" Duncan Harris emphasised, in his Computer and Video Games article " Blade Runner: A classic revisited ", that " critics may have been divided over the means by which you got there: a logical trail of clues, many of which were less the result of detective work than blind luck and idle exploration ...", " but you couldn't deny that here, for once, was a movie tie-in which put the movie first, dismissing thoughts of its own genre and letting the subject dictate the design.
In February 2004 The Guardian reported that Yemeni opposition newspapers likened the barrier Saudi Arabia was building to the Israeli West Bank barrier, while The Independent headed an article with " Saudi Arabia, one of the most vocal critics in the Arab world of Israel's " security fence " in the West Bank, is quietly emulating the Israeli example by erecting a barrier along its porous border with Yemen ".
The aggressive stage of the state-wide campaign opened on January 28, 1949 when an article entitled " About one antipatriotic group of theater critics " appeared in the newspaper Pravda, an official organ of the Central Committee of the Communist Party:
" Ebert discussed six films in the article and mentioned how many critics handled The Crying Game and also noted a detail about the film The Year of Living Dangerously.