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The book acknowledged that they were mutually unintelligible and that the term " dialect " was used in a different sense than the western term, in which a dialect was merely indicative of a small difference in pronunciation, while in China, the entire grammar and idiom were different ; the written language was what united the different Chinese dialects.
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The book was considered " unfilmable " and Cronenberg acknowledged that a straight translation into film would " cost 100 million dollars and be banned in every country in the world ".
In the official farewell commemorative book Friends ' Til the End, each separately acknowledged in interviews that the cast had become their family.
Bel Geddes expounds upon his design in his book Magic Motorways, stating, “ Futurama is a large-scale model representing almost every type of terrain in America and illustrating how a motorway system may be laid down over the entire country – across mountains, over rivers and lakes, through cities and past towns – never deviating from a direct course and always adhering to the four basic principles of highway design: safety, comfort, speed and economy .” He had acknowledged this in the belief that “ A free-flowing movement of people and goods across our nation is a requirement of modern living and prosperity .”
Coauthor Wilson later acknowledged the term meme as the best label for the fundamental unit of cultural inheritance in his 1998 book Consilience: The Unity of Knowledge, which elaborates upon the fundamental role of memes in unifying the natural and social sciences.
Several other contemporary authors refer to Oxford as an openly acknowledged poet, and Puttenham himself quotes one of Oxford's verses elsewhere in the book, referring to him by name as the author.
While the diarist acknowledged that the book was the " greatest fashion " he could not see why it was found to be so witty.
In that sketch he acknowledged that Patrick Matthew had, unknown to Wallace or himself, anticipated the concept of natural selection in an appendix to a book published in 1831 ; in the fourth edition he mentioned that William Charles Wells had done so as early as 1813.
One of the all-time bestsellers, the film version was highly publicized and anticipated, and while Tate acknowledged that such a prominent role should further her career, she confided to Polanski that she did not like either the book or the script.
The critic for Time magazine acknowledged the critical storm around Fleming and Dr. No, but was broadly welcoming of the book, writing that whilst " not all readers will agree that Dr. No ... is magnificent writing, ... pages of it, at least, qualify for Ezra Pound's classic comment on Tropic of Cancer: ' At last, an unprintable book that is readable '.
" Hoffman would not respond to accusations that he had plagiarized the book, as claimed in an article by Izak Haber in Rolling Stone magazine ( No. 92, 10 September 1971 ), entitled " How Abbie Hoffman Won My Heart and Stole Steal This Book "; Haber is acknowledged in the book as having done a great deal of the research.
Dave Barry's 1989 book Dave Barry Slept Here: A Sort of History of the United States is another treatment of American history reminiscent of 1066 and All That, though Sellar and Yeatman are nowhere acknowledged.
Insightful book about the application of General Semantics to psychotherapy ; was an acknowledged influence on Richard Bandler and John Grinder in their formulation of Neuro-Linguistic Programming.
Chong wrote in his 2009 book Cheech & Chong: The Unauthorized Autobiography that Komack based the show on Cheech and Chong skits titled " The Old Man in the Park " and " Pedro and Man " and had acknowledged that fact to Chong after the television series ' release.
In his introduction, Paxman acknowledged that the Irish writer Neil Hegarty had played a significant role in editing the book and bringing it to completion.
Journalist Karl Sabbagh, who in 2003 had written a book on the Riemann Hypothesis centered on de Branges, quoted Conrey as saying in 2005 that he still believed de Branges's approach was inadequate to tackling the conjecture, even though he acknowledged that it is a beautiful theory in many other ways.
Joyce himself tacitly acknowledged this radically different approach to language and plot in a 1926 letter to Harriet Weaver, outlining his intentions for the book: " One great part of every human existence is passed in a state which cannot be rendered sensible by the use of wideawake language, cutanddry grammar and goahead plot.
" Edwin Muir, reviewing in Listener wrote that " as a whole the book is so elusive that there is no judging it ; I cannot tell whether it is winding into deeper and deeper worlds of meaning or lapsing into meaningless ", although he too acknowledged that " there are occasional flashes of a kind of poetry which is difficult to define but is of unquestioned power.
While Banks ' story-telling skills were acknowledged, some felt that this was less satisfying, in contrast to Look to Windward, his previous book ( under the Iain M Banks guise ).
The final chapter, Froid Équateur, was chosen book of the year by the magazine Lire and is acknowledged by the inventor of chess boxing, Iepe Rubingh as the inspiration for the sport.
Some drafts of the movie's screenplay, and Robbie Stamp's " making of " book covering the movie, state that Trillian was to be revealed as half-human, an acknowledged divergence from Douglas Adams ' original storyline.
His daughter Maria Evelyn ( 1665 – 1685 ) is sometimes acknowledged as the pseudonymous author of the book Mundus Muliebris of 1690.
The book became the greatest crime seller at the time and is almost universally acknowledged as one of the best books of its type ever written.
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On the way they tried to discover all they could about Burma, and they were disturbed to find that Michael Symes's book had not presented an altogether true picture.
Both Alfred Harcourt and Donald Brace had written him enthusiastic praise of Elmer Gantry ( any changes could be made in proof, which was already coming from the printer ) and they had ordered 140,000 copies -- the largest first printing of any book in history.
Representatives of Harvard University Press, which is publishing the book this month of April, recognize and freely acknowledge that they invited such reaction by allowing Life magazine to print an excerpt from the book in advance of the book's publication date.
I mention these features of the book because they are inherent in the book's character and therefore must be mentioned.
We took the matches -- they were book matches and once they'd been touched might retain fingerprints -- and the change.
To them especially the librarians, with the help of co-ops, hope they will never have to say, `` I'm sorry, we don't have that book ''.
An author's contract may specify, for example, that they will earn 10 % of the retail price of each book sold.
However, since some feel that being the children of the main characters is too limiting, it is fairly common to either start with King Oberon's death before the book begins and roleplay the Elder Amberites as they vie for the throne ; or to populate Amber from scratch with a different set of Elder Amberites.
Perhaps the most unusual thing about the privately operated buses is the fact that they are all highly decorated and personalized, with decaling and home made interior designs that range from comic book scenes, to erotic themes, and even to " Hello Kitty " themes.
In the Jewish Deuterocanonical book Second Maccabees, Chapter 2, " one finds in the records " that Jeremiah, having received an oracle of the Lord, ordered that the tent and the ark and the altar of incense should follow him to the mountain of God where he sealed them up in a cave, and he told those who followed him in order to mark the way ( but they could not find it ) " The place shall remain unknown until God gathers his people together again and shows his mercy, and then the Lord will disclose these things, and the glory of the Lord and the cloud shall appear, as they were shown in the case of Moses, and as Solomon asked that the place be specially consecrated.
He co-authored the 1991 book The Japan That Can Say No with politician Shintaro Ishihara, where they criticized American business practices and encouraged Japanese to take a more independent role in business and foreign affairs.
Similarly, in Avery Corman's book The Old Neighborhood ( 1980 ), an upper-middle class white protagonist returns to his birth neighborhood ( Fordham Road and the Grand Concourse ), and learns that even though the folks are poor, Hispanic and African-American, they are good people.
In her 2003 book, Un cri dans le silence (" A Scream in the Silence "), she warned of an “ Islamicization of France ”, and said of Muslim immigration: In May 2003 the Movement Against Racism and for Friendship between Peoples ( MRAP ) announced they would sue Bardot for the comments.
However, it is also possible to divide the book into three parts rather than four by combining the sections treating David and Solomon, since they both ruled over a combined Judah and Israel, unlike the last section that contains the chronicle of the Davidic kings who ruled the Kingdom of Judah alone.
Similar to the traditional view in Judaism, conservative Christians view the Book of Daniel as written by the prophet Daniel, who they claim wrote the book around 536 BC after having been in captivity for about 70 years.
Scholars have identified several passages in Jeremiah that can be understood as “ confessions ;” they occur in the first section of the book ( chapters 1-25 ) and are 11. 18-12. 6, 15. 10-21, 17. 14-18, 18. 18-23, and 20. 7-18.
The oldest surviving manuscripts of Isaiah are two scrolls found among the Dead Sea Scrolls: dating from about a century before the time of Jesus, they are substantially identical with the Masoretic version which forms the basis of most modern English-language versions of the book.
According to the book of Ezra-Nehemiah they did so under the joint leadership of a descendant of the last king and the last High Priest, rebuilding the Temple and reconstituting Judah ( now called Yehud ) as a holy community ruled by priests.
However, Ian Hacking noted that traditional Dutch book arguments did not specify Bayesian updating: they left open the possibility that non-Bayesian updating rules could avoid Dutch books.