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The general acceptance of the idea of governmental ( i.e., societal ) responsibility for the economic well-being of the American people is surely one of the two most significant watersheds in American constitutional history.
However, for convenience we will stick to the idea that information can be classified according to Table 1.
Are we better off for having Shakespeare's idea of Shylock??
Is the world better for having this idea thrust upon it??
`` I arrived in the United States with the idea of establishing myself there more or less permanently and finding inspiration for new compositions ''.
The pamphlets are about law, the corporation, forms of government, the idea of freedom, the defense of liberty, the various lethargies which overtake our major institutions, the gap between traditional social ideals and the working mechanisms that have been set in motion for their realization.
As he made plans for the new Taliesin, Wright also got on paper his conception of a cathedral of steel and glass to house a congregation of all faiths, and the idea for a planetarium with a sloping ramp.
Aroused by what they considered an evil influence, some members of the clergy, joined by city authorities, merchants, and master craftsmen, began the attack on the plays and the actors for what they called `` the abuses of the art '', but by 1582 some of them began to denounce the whole idea of acting.
And to do this requires first of all the kind of information about people which is provided by the scientists in industrial anthropology and consumer research, who, for example, tell Courtenay that three days is the `` optimum priming period for a closed social circuit to be triggered with a catalytic cue-phrase '' -- which means that an effective propaganda technique is to send an idea into circulation and then three days later reinforce or undermine it.
Were any of us interested enough in the idea to do it for her, by proxy so to speak??
When in one letter Jessica informed me that her father did not like the idea of her going out alone on New Year's Eve, I knew for a moment an immense relief ; ;
The senior policy officer may be moved to think hard about a problem by any of an infinite variety of stimuli: an idea in his own head, the suggestions of a colleague, a question from the Secretary or the President, a proposal by another department, a communication from a foreign government or an American ambassador abroad, the filing of an item for the agenda of the United Nations or of any other of dozens of international bodies, a news item read at the breakfast table, a question to the President or the Secretary at a news conference, a speech by a Senator or Congressman, an article in a periodical, a resolution from a national organization, a request for assistance from some private American interests abroad, et cetera, ad infinitum.
Although Mr. Brown was not himself its inventor ( it was a French idea ), it is typical that his intuition first conceived the importance of mass producing this basic tool for general use.
( To avoid any possible excuse for a dripping parade through your house, it is a good idea to have a telephone extension near the pool as well as a direct outdoor route between the pool, and the parking area.
It wants to interest builders and oil companies in the idea of including its facility in their new home projects, by financing and installing the storage, piping and meters, and leasing these for 15 years, with renewal options, to a strong oil company.
This whole development is certain to be of interest to the readers, for the idea has so often been mentioned, somewhat wistfully.
He also bought a huge square of pegboard for hanging up his tools, and lumber for his workbench, sandpaper and glue and assorted nails, levels and T squares and plumb lines and several gadgets that he had no idea how to use or what they were for.
) By its greater corporeal presence and its greater extraneousness, the affixed paper or cloth serves for a seeming moment to push everything else into a more vivid idea of depth than the simulated printing or simulated textures had ever done.
The dated poems also give us an idea of the degree to which Hardy drew upon past productions for his various volumes, and therefore probably are an indication of the amount of poetry he was writing at the time.
The simple, naked idea of one man chasing another is of its nature better fitted for the film than it is for any other form of fiction.

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In the essay section of his novel 1985, Anthony Burgess states that Orwell got the idea for Big Brother from advertising billboards for educational correspondence courses from a company called Bennett's, current during World War II.
This gave R. D. Low, the head of children's publications at D. C. Thomson at the time, the idea to create another Big Five, this time of comics intended for both boys and girls and consisting mainly of ' funnies ' and more lighthearted adventure and text stories.
The Big Society was the flagship policy idea of the 2010 UK Conservative Party general election manifesto.
Terry Molloy has reprised his role as Davros in the spin-off audio plays produced by Big Finish Productions, mostly notably Davros ( taking place during the Sixth Doctor's era ), which, through flashbacks, explored the scientist's life prior to his crippling injury, which is attributed to a Thal nuclear attack ( an idea that first appeared in Terrance Dicks ' novelisation of Genesis of the Daleks ).
However, fame was still eluding him, and partly out of desperation, Coppola bought the rights to the David Benedictus novel You're a Big Boy Now and fused it with a story idea of his own, resulting in You're a Big Boy Now ( 1966 ).
The idea and installation were made by Richard Harfield of karaokeshop. com and was featured on Channel 4's Big Breakfast and several German TV stations featured the karaokecab.
Because of Rey's book, many amateur astronomers have come to accept Rey's star chart interpretation of Ursa Major, dropping the idea of the Big Dipper's " handle " as being the hind end of the bear, with a non-natural " tail " extending rearwards.
This is the central idea behind Big Design Up Front and the waterfall model: time spent early on making sure requirements and design are correct saves much time and effort later.
This relates back to the idea of product differentiation: few substitutes for the Big Mac allows McDonald's to have market power.
During late 1932 and early 1933, Groucho and Chico were also working on Flywheel, Shyster, and Flywheel, a radio show written by Nat Perrin and Arthur Sheekman ; there was even, at one time, talk of casting the two as their radio characters for the new film ( an idea that would eventually be used for the later Marx Brothers film The Big Store ).
" Big Rock Candy Mountain ", first recorded by Harry McClintock in 1928, is a song about a hobo's idea of paradise, a modern version of the medieval concept of Cockaigne.
A seminal example of this idea is in Fritz Leiber ’ s novel, The Big Time where there ’ s a war across time between two alternate futures each side manipulating history to create a timeline that results into their own world.
The idea was to gain volume for the years ahead, but that target was missed: Packard simply was not big enough to offer a real challenge to the Big Three, and they lacked the deep pockets a parent company could shelter them from as well as the model lineup to spread the pricing through.
The first idea for the title of the first of the books was When Grandma was a Little Girl ( later Little House in the Big Woods ).
However, according to Michael C. Moynihan ( Sept. 7, 2012 ) in Tablet Magazine, it has become common today in US politics today, to criticize an opponent for being guilty of using the idea of " technique " of the Big Lie.
The idea was almost immediately attacked by proponents of the Big Bang who described the C-field as contradictory to a consistent understanding of physics.
Beginning in the 1920s, his poetry introduced the romantic idea of Big Sur's wild, untamed spaces to a national audience, which encouraged many of the later visitors.
Tutorow argues that the Big Four paid lip-service to the idea of free competition but in practice sought to destroy or weaken competing railroad and shipping lines.
" While the IWW shared the concept of a mass-oriented labor movement — what the IWW would call One Big Union — with the Knights of Labor, the idea of workers having much in common with employers was discarded by the IWW, whose Preamble declares that " the working class and the employing class have nothing in common.
Additionally, Big Nose Kate, at the end of her life in 1940 ( after the Lake biography of Earp had appeared in 1931 ), denied that the story was true and laughed at the idea of " a 116-pound woman holding a gun on a sheriff ".
Big Dumb Boosters ( BDB ) are a general class of launch vehicle built around the idea that it is cheaper to mass produce and operate large, strong, heavy rockets of simple design than it is to build a few smaller, lighter, more cleverly designed ones.
Lauterbur is a 1962 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and credits the idea of the MRI to a brainstorm one day at a suburban Pittsburgh Big Boy, with the MRI's first model scribbled on a table napkin.
It became one of the " Big Three " book-form comics from around 1986 – 1987, along with Watchmen and The Dark Knight Returns, that are said to have brought the term " graphic novel " and the idea of comics for adults into mainstream consciousness.

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