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One critic noted “ On the surface, Cleopatra Jones is about a black distaff James Bond who drives a fancy car equipped with a submachine gun in the door, wears smart clothes, is a karate expert, and travels all over the world as a United States secret agent, destroying the poppy wherever it is found .” Another critic, Chris Norton, even suggested, “ Like Bond, Cleo is not a stealthy character who tries to infiltrate the underworld by losing her identity … Bond seldom tried to hide his identity, often using his real name during introductions, and all Bond films rely on his being recognized as 007 .” Likewise, Jones is rarely undercover, and is flashy and flamboyant on tbe job.
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One might argue that the ultimate purpose of literary scholarship is to correct this spontaneous provincialism that is likely to obscure the horizons of the general public, of the newspaper critic, and of the creative artist himself.
One critic, the poet Armand Silvestre, credited Pissarro with being “ basically the inventor of this painting ”.
Joachim Pissarro notes that virtually every reviewer who commented on Pissarro ’ s work noted “ his extraordinary capacity to change his art, revise his position and take on new challenges .” One critic writes:
One critic states of psychologists that " Instead of replacing ' metaphysical ' terms such as ' desire ' and ' purpose ', they used it to legitimize them by giving them operational definitions ... the initial, quite radical operationalist ideas eventually came to serve as little more than a ' reassurance fetish ' ( Koch 1992 ) for mainstream methodological practice.
One critic called it a " gigantic, ruinous gadget "; another charged Mitterrand with " despotism " for inflicting Paris with the " atrocity ".
One critic described the show as " a hyped-up, violent Dragnet ... with a hard-as-nails Marvin " playing a tough police lieutenant.
One prominent French media critic is the sociologist Pierre Bourdieu who wrote among other books On Television ( New Press, 1999 ).
One critic charged that presidents could appoint a " virtual army of ' czars ' – each wholly unaccountable to Congress yet tasked with spearheading major policy efforts for the White House.
One critic described the presidency as " propagandized leadership " which has a " mesmerizing power surrounding the office.
One critic wrote the image of John F. Kennedy was described as carefully framed " in rich detail " which " drew on the power of myth " regarding the incident of PT 109 and wrote that Kennedy understood how to use images to further his presidential ambitions.
One critic referred to the Rolling Stone list of the " 99 Greatest Songs " as an example of " unrepentant rockist fogeyism ".
One critic remarked, " too many villains spoiled the Batman ", highlighting Burton's decision to focus the storyline more on the villains instead of Batman.
One prominent critic of the ALA's stance was the Manhattan Institute's Heather Mac Donald, who argued in an article for the New York City Journal that " he furor over section 215 is a case study in Patriot Act fear-mongering.
One critic wrote, " Miss Crawford sings appealingly and dances thrillingly as usual ; her voice is alluring and her dramatic efforts in the difficult role she portrays are at all times convincing.
One critic has seen Paulhan's essay as consistent with other themes in his work, including Paulhan's interest in erotica, his " mystification " of love and sexual relationships, and a view of women that is arguably sexist.
One critic ( Welsh's personal friend Kevin Williamson ) went so far as to say that Trainspotting " deserves to sell more copies than The Bible ".
One critic wrote that he was " A gifted technician who has made a sort of composite facsimile of the Renaissance school, he has every virtue except originality.
Howard had long been a critic of multiculturalism, releasing his One Australia policy in the late 1980s.
One critic has claimed that " the painterly brilliance of his early work degenerated into flashiness and bombast, and the second half of his long career added little to his achievement.
One critic described the original lay-out of the magazine as owing much to “ Neo-Brechtian Nihilism ” although Rushton thought it resembled a betting shop floor.
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One bronchial arteriolar-pulmonary arteriolar anastomosis was noted at the terminal bronchiolar level ( fig. 26 ).
* One of the impieties of Tantalus, according to Pindar, was that he offered to his guests the ambrosia of the Deathless Ones, a theft akin to that of Prometheus, Karl Kerenyi noted ( in Heroes of the Greeks ).
One of the oldest directions of the last stage of the Amber Road to the south of Danube, noted in the myth about the Argonauts, used Sava and Kupa rivers
One of the first international anti-globalization protests was organized in dozens of cities around the world on June 18, 1999, with those in London and Eugene, Oregon most often noted.
One writer noted that with his prematurely gray beard, the forty-three year old Pissarro was regarded as a “ wise elder and father figure ” by the group.
One ' Honorable Mention ' ( a man who attempted suicide by swallowing nitroglycerine pills, and then tried to detonate them by running into a wall ) is noted to be in this category, despite being intentional and self-inflicted, which would normally disqualify the inductee.
One point that Bagley noted was that students in the U. S. were not getting an education on the same levels as students in Europe who were the same age.
Throughout its history, the company has been noted for its continued participation in racing, especially in Formula One, where it has had great success.
One of his most famous films noir is the police drama The Big Heat ( 1953 ), noted for its uncompromising brutality, especially for a scene in which Lee Marvin throws scalding coffee on Gloria Grahame's face.
One problem with this explanation and other related to the schooling is, as noted above, that in the US those subsets one would expect to be affected the most show the least increases.
One collector noted that before in the ecosystems natural condition, “ one could find a specimen under almost every suitable rock ,” but that after years of collecting, the population had declined significantly.
One report, written by a commercial collector in the 1940s, noted a trend of more crayfish predation in the summer during times of higher prey activity, whereas fish made up a larger part of the winter diet while crayfish are less active.
One of the major innovations Gilbert noted was that Machiavelli focused upon the " deliberate purpose of dealing with a new ruler who will need to establish himself in defiance of custom ".
One interesting result Eysenck noted in his 1956 work was that in the United States and Great Britain, most of the political variance was subsumed by the left / right axis, while in France, the T-axis was larger, and in the Middle East, the only dimension to be found was the T-axis: " Among mid-Eastern Arabs it has been found that while the tough-minded / tender-minded dimension is still clearly expressed in the relationships observed between different attitudes, there is nothing that corresponds to the radical-conservative continuum.
" Some contemporary Finns nicknamed him Suuri vaikenija ( The Great Silent One ), and Ron Clarke noted that Nurmi's persona remained a mystery even to Finnish runners and journalists: " Even to them, he was never quite real.
One of the many books which suddenly appeared for the lay-audience noted 7 points of " impact " upon the nation.
One of his last screen appearances was in the BBC dramatisation of Mervyn Peake's Gormenghast, and he was ( almost inevitably ) noted as an ad-libber.
One instance of deliberate security through obscurity on ITS has been noted: the command to allow patching the running ITS system ( altmode altmode control-R ) echoed as < tt >##^ D </ tt >.
One of the most noted aspects of the programme was its use of sound effects, and a score composed by Vernon Elliott under instructions from Postgate.
One such article was from the Daily Express, in which the interviewer noted " a lightening change came over her face ", which was the first public mention of the rapid changes in mood that became characteristic of her.
One possible explanation for the small but non-zero value was noted by Steven Weinberg in 1987 following the anthropic principle.
" This reality was noted by playwright Oscar Wilde, who said: " One of the greatest tragedies of my life is the death of Perdues protagonist Lucien de Rubempré ….