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More recently, the chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission, Dr. Glenn T. Seaborg, `` admitted '' to a news conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, that the US might fall behind Russia ( he apparently meant in weapons development ) if the Soviets continue to test in the atmosphere while we abstain.
More recently, polyethers -- again in varied compositions, molecular weights, and branching -- have come into use at first for the flexible foams, just lately for the rigids.
More recently, Alasdair MacIntyre has attempted to reform what he calls the Aristotelian tradition in a way that is anti-elitist and capable of disputing the claims of both liberals and Nietzscheans.
More recently, it has extended those efforts to controls on conflict diamonds, the primary source of revenue for UNITA.
More recently, disagreements over homosexuality have strained the unity of the Communion as well as its relationships with other Christian denominations, leading to another round of withdrawals from the Anglican Communion.
More recently Twitter, a popular social network service, began driving abbreviation use with 140 character message limits.
More recently, Peter Phillips, son of Anne, Princess Royal, and eleventh in line to the thrones, married Autumn Kelly ; Kelly had been brought up as a Roman Catholic, but she converted to Anglicanism prior to the wedding.
More recently, James Page has suggested that aesthetic ethics might be taken to form a philosophical rationale for peace education.
More recently, " Twilight Zone " by 2 Unlimited was sung a cappella to the instrumentation on the comedy television series Tompkins Square.
More recently, for example, it was claimed by A. A. Kovalyov as the residence of Lu Fang ( 盧芳 ), a Han throne pretender from the Guangwu era.
More recently, high-quality crystals have been obtained from Pike's Peak, Colorado, where it is found associated with smoky quartz, orthoclase, and albite in a coarse granite or pegmatite.
More recently, an abettor is generally known as an accomplice.
* More recently, the amphisbaena appears in the DS game Scribblenauts.
More recently, the horn section of Antibalas have been guest musicians on TV On The Radio's highly acclaimed 2008 album Dear Science, as well as on British band Foals ' 2008 album, Antidotes.
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More recently, bicycle technology has in turn contributed ideas in both old and new areas.
More recently, hot fusions pathways to bohrium have been re-investigated in order to allow for the synthesis of more long-lived, neutron rich isotopes to allow a first chemical study of bohrium.
More recently, software with similar capabilities has been developed to allow manipulation of digital audio files stored on computers using turntables with special vinyl records ( e. g. Final Scratch, M-Audio Torq, Serato Scratch Live ) or computer interface ( e. g. Traktor DJ Studio, Mixxx, Virtual DJ ).
More recently, a discovery of Roman artefacts in Kings Norton close to Metchley Camp has suggested another possibility, and a thorough examination of a stretch of Watling Street between St. Albans, Boudica's last known location, and the Fosse Way junction has suggested the Cuttle Mill area of Paulerspury in Northamptonshire, which has topography very closely matching that described by Tacitus of the scene of the battle.
More recently, British artist James Mylne has been creating photo-realistic artwork using mostly black ballpoints, sometimes with minimal mixed-media color.
More recently, the book, Tolbert's Texas, claimed that he was killed while being robbed of a large royalty payment by a guide escorting him to Union Station to catch a train home to Texas.
More recently scholars have pointed to the interchange of oral and written forms of the ballad.
More recently, a Roman-based orthography named Brolikva which is short form of Brahui Roman Likvar has been developed by the Brahui Language Board of the University of Balochistan in Quetta.
More recently, William D. Rubinstein, Professor of Modern History at Aberystwyth University, Wales, wrote that Conservative politician and pro-Zionist Leo Amery, as Assistant Secretary to the British war cabinet in 1917, was the main author of the Balfour Declaration.
More recently, however, material is becoming available for boards of private and closely held businesses including family businesses.

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More recently Alfie Kohn has been an outspoken critic of the No Child Left Behind Act and a passionate defender of the progressive tradition.
More recently Internet sites have started up that publish both food critic reviews and popular reviews by the general public such as RestaurantGuide. com and TheBigFork. com.
* March 9 – Paul Elmer More, American critic and essayist ( b. 1864 )
* December 12 – Paul Elmer More, American critic and essayist ( d. 1937 )
More recently, film critic Dennis Schwartz discussed the humor of Ninotchka, writing, " The sly political jokes include Garbo saying: " The last mass trials were a great success.
More recently, the critic Patricia Thomson, describes Wyatt as " the Father of English Poetry.
More recently, film critic Dennis Schwartz gave the film a mixed review, writing, " The gallows humor was the melodramatic farce's saving grace ; the film uses its razor-sharp instruments to cut into the hides of the insensitive institutionalized health care providers like Michael Moore's Sicko does in 2007 to the fat-cat HMOs.
More recently, critic Glenn Erickson discussed the editorial message of the film's producers: " The makers of The Atomic Cafe clearly have a message to get across, and to achieve that goal they use the inherent absurdity of their source material in creative ways.
More recently, Lou Lumenick, film critic for the New York Post, wrote, " John M. Stahl's masterful Leave Her to Heaven ( 1945 ) sounds like a contradiction in terms – a film noir in eye-popping Technicolor, with its most chilling scene taking place not in a dimly lit back alley but on a lake in Maine.
Colet was an outspoken critic of the powerful and worldly Church of his day, a friend of Erasmus and Sir Thomas More.
* December 12-Paul Elmer More, critic and essayist ( died 1937 )
More recently, she has become an outspoken critic of wind power.
More Disumbrationist paintings followed: a composition of zig-zag lines and eyeballs he called " Illumination "; a garish picture of a black woman doing laundry which he called " Aspiration ", and which a critic praised as " a delightful jumble of Gauguin, Pop Hart and Negro minstrelsy, with a lot of Jerdanowitch individuality "; " Gination ", an ugly, lopsided portrait ; and a painting named " Adoration ", of a woman worshipping an immense phallic idol, which was exhibited in 1927.
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"</ nowiki > p. 132 .</ ref > More recently, while reflecting on a New York City gallery show of Anuszkiewicz's from 2000, the New York Times art critic Holland Cotter described Anuszkiewicz's paintings by stating, " The drama -- and that feels like the right word -- is in the subtle chemistry of complementary colors, which makes the geometry glow as if light were leaking out from behind it.
More recently, film critic Dennis Schwartz also reviewed the film favorably, writing, " Lewis Allen ( The Uninvited ) directs this fast-paced crime thriller, a minor film written by Richard Sale, about a violent incident that interrupts the tranquil life of a middle-class family and changes their life significantly.
Paul Elmer More ( December 12, 1864 – March 9, 1937 ) was an American journalist, critic, essayist and Christian apologist.
More recently, Morris has emerged as a harsh critic of the Clintons and has written several books that criticize them, including Rewriting History, a rebuttal to Senator Hillary Clinton's Living History.
More recently, New York Times film critic Janet Maslin reviewed the film, and wrote, " Killer's Kiss brought the director onto more conventional territory, with a film noir plot about a boxer, a gangster and a dance hall girl.
More positively critic Aaron Sagers used Gravemind as an example of a " frenemy "the creature's appearance made the Master Chief's fight against the Flood more personal and more dramatic.
When The Red Balloon was re-released in the United States in late 2006 by Janus Films, Entertainment Weekly magazine film critic Owen Gleiberman, praised the film's direction and simple story line that reminded him of his youth, and wrote, " More than any other children's film, The Red Balloon turns me into a kid again whenever I see it ... see The Red Balloon is to laugh, and cry, at the impossible joy of being a child again.
In 1969, New York Times film critic Howard Thompson, in reviewing Walker's performance in the movie More Dead Than Alive, described the actor as " a big, fine-looking chap and about as live-looking as any man could be.
More recently, critic Robert Weston said, " This was the first and the nastiest of the noirs directed by Robert Wise ... Wise came to genre with a background in the Val Lewton horror team and the expressionistic films of Orson Welles, so he was the right tool for the job when it came to film noir ... As the title suggests, Born to Kill is a film about the grimmest corners of the human condition, the wicked place where sex, corruption and violence join hands and rumba round in darkness.
More generally, he has been a prolific critic of modern and contemporary poetry, writing for both the national press in Britain and Ireland, and for poetry journals, such as Poetry Review, PN Review, Thumbscrew and Metre.

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