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Writing and Observer
" ( Helmreich, 1997 ) Writing in an article in the Jewish Observer, Moshe Y ' chiail Friedman states that Orthodox Judaism prohibits women from being given semicha and serving as rabbis.
Writing for The Observer, Robert Cushman thought that Le Mesurier played the role with " deeply grizzled torpor ", while Michael Billington, reviewing for The Guardian saw him as a " grey, gentle wisp of a man, full of half-completed gestures and seraphic smiles ".
Writing in The Observer, Maurice Richardson thought that " Mr. Fleming seems to be leaving realism further and further behind and developing only in the direction of an atomic, sophisticated Sapper.
" Writing in The Guardians sister paper, The Observer Maurice Richardson pondered if there had been " a deliberate moral reformation " of Bond.
Writing in The Observer, the journalist Nick Cohen wrote disparagingly of Hegemony or Survival, describing Chomsky as a " master of looking-glass politics ", exemplifying a trend in the western Left for being more interested in anti-Americanism than in opposing the " fascist " regime of Saddam Hussein.
" Writing in The Guardians sister paper, The Observer, Philip French noted that " this curiously muted film ends up making no contribution of its own and inviting damaging comparisons with the original, hyper-confident Thunderball ".
" Writing in The Guardians sister paper, The Observer, Maurice Richardson thought that " our Casanovaesque cad-clubman secret agent is mellowing a bit now "; Richardson liked the format, saying that " the short form suits him quite well " although the downside is that " if it checks the wilder fantasies it cuts short the love-affairs ".
" Writing for The Observer, Francis Hope was surprised by Fleming's written style, which he found to be " more flabby verbose than one expects of a thriller writer ", although this was redeemed by Fleming having " some interesting conversations with local experts on crime ".
Writing under the sobriquet of " A Calm Observer ," in 1796 he charged that, among other heinous offenses, George Washington had stolen public funds and that he richly deserved impeachment.
" Writing for the New York Observer, Andrew Sarris wrote, " Does the film work?

Writing and reprinted
* Daniels O, Dictionary of Japanese ( Sōsho ) Writing Forms, Lunde Humphries, 1944 ( reprinted 1947 )
* Lyotard: Writing the Event, ( ISBN 0-521-30246-3 ) 1988, reprinted as ebook, 2005
* “ Astronomy ’ s New Stars ,” from Seeing in the Dark, Smithsonian, September 2002 ; reprinted in The Best American Science And Nature Writing 2003.
In 2005 an interview of Brown, “ Foetry. com And What Academia Doesn't Want You to Know About the Creative Writing Industry ,” appeared in VOX, an experimental literary journal based in Oxford, Mississippi, and was later reprinted in Left Curve, a literary journal based in San Francisco.
* His script on the 50th anniversary of Charles Lindbergh's solo crossing of the Atlantic was reprinted in the first few editions of the journalism text Writing News for Broadcast, published by the Columbia University Press.
*" African Signs and Spirit Writing ", Callaloo, 1996 ; reprinted in African American Literary Theory: A Reader, 2000, and The Black Studies Reader, 2004
Essays and reviews published on the site have been reprinted or referenced in a number of books, including The Creative Writing MfA Handbook., Contemporary Fiction: The Novel Since 1990, and other books.

Writing and collection
Along with her work as a writer of prose fiction, Russ was also a playwright, essayist, and author of nonfiction works, generally literary criticism and feminist theory, including the essay collection Magic Mommas, Trembling Sisters, Puritans & Perverts ; How to Suppress Women's Writing ; and the book-length study of modern feminism, What Are We Fighting For ?.
On 7 August 2012, Stephenson released a collection of essays and other previously published fiction entitled Some Remarks: Essays and Other Writing.
Next, Welsh released The Acid House, a collection of short stories from Rebel Inc., New Writing Scotland and other sources.
An account of her visit to the Congo was published in Writing on the Edge, a collection of essays by noted literary figures, with photographs by Tom Craig, in 2010.
* Writing on the Edge ( 2010 ): A collection of eyewitness accounts by well-known authors of extreme conditions and war-torn locations.
In her book, Redefining the Subject: Sites of Play in Canadian Women's Writing, Charlotte Sturgess suggests that Brand employs a language — in the short story collection Sans Souci ( 1988 ) and the novel In Another Place, Not Here ( 1996 ), in particular —" through which identity emerges as a mobile, thus discursive, construct.
In 1926, Scholastic published its first book, Saplings, which was a collection of selected student writings by the winners of the Scholastic Writing Awards.
Writing for The American Magazine, the best examples were contained in his " Gore File ", a collection of quotes from police reports, by later opponents described as police-blotter-type narratives of heinous cases, most with no substantiation, linking graphically depicted offenses with the drug.
" Enough " is his favorite song in this collection and he said, “ Writing this song felt like a turning point artistically.
The Magic Writing Machine — Student Probes of the New Journalism, a collection edited and introduced by Everette E. Dennis, came up with six categories, labelled new nonfiction ( reportage ), alternative journalism (" modern muckraking "), advocacy journalism, underground journalism and precision journalism.
It was adapted from the short story " The Dead " by James Joyce ( from his short works collection Dubliners ), and nominated for an Academy Award for Writing Adapted Screenplay.
In 2002, Surowiecki edited an anthology, Best Business Crime Writing of the Year, a collection of articles from different business news sources that chronicle the fall from grace of various CEOs.
He completed his MA in Creative Writing at the University of Cape Town, and published his first work, a collection of poetry, in 2002 and his first novel in 2005.
Writing for Allmusic, critic Vincent Jeffries wrote of the album " This collection of nostalgia, decent balladry, and quirky anthems probably reinforced any notions of Joe Walsh's creative decline ... this reflective, sometimes half-hearted effort bellies a weariness that's both sad and difficult to appreciate as this master goes through the motions.
A collection of his work, titled Blues & Chaos: The Music Writing of Robert Palmer and edited by Anthony DeCurtis, was published by Scribner on November 10, 2009.
She completed her MA in Creative Writing at the University of Cape Town, and published her first work, a collection of poetry, in 2004.
Cross-influences between anthropology and literary / cultural studies in the 1980s were evident in works like James Clifford and George Marcus's collection, Writing Culture: the Poetics and Politics of Ethnography ( 1986 ).
Writing in 1978, Professor Keith Simpson, one of the pathologists involved in the forensic examination of Christie's victims, had this to say about the pubic hair collection:
After stints at the University of Georgia and Indiana University, Young now teaches writing at Emory University, where he is the Atticus Haygood Professor of English and Creative Writing, as well as the curator of the Raymond Danowski Poetry Library, a large collection of first and rare editions of poetry in English.
Another collection, Wait, appeared in 2010, and another, Writers Writing Dying, will come out in 2012.
SFRA book publications include the 1988 anthology, Science Fiction: The Science Fiction Research Association Anthology, edited by Patricia S. Warrick, Charles G. Waugh, and Martin H. Greenberg, the 1996 collection, Visions of Wonder: The Science Fiction Research Association Reading Anthology, edited by David G. Hartwell and Milton T. Wolf, the 1999 work, Pilgrims & Pioneers: The History and Speeches of the Science Fiction Research Association Award Winners by Hal W. Hall and Daryl F. Mallett with substantial contributions by Fiona Kelleghan, and the 2010 anthology, " Practicing Science Fiction: Critical Essays on Writing, Reading and Teaching the Genre ," edited by Karen Hellekson, Craig B. Jacobsen, Patrick B.

Writing and Crystal
Writing in the New Statesman, David Crystal observed that, although " there are some excellent points here about ambiguity, honesty and the importance of clarity ", " inconsistencies permeate the book ",.

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ASL grammar was obscured for much of its history by the practice of glossing it rather than transcribing it ( see Writing systems below ), a practice which conveyed little of its grammar apart from word order.
He worked on such films as Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo ( 1944 ), Our Vines Have Tender Grapes ( 1945 ), and Kitty Foyle ( 1940 ), for which he was nominated for an Academy Award for Writing Adapted Screenplay.
He co-wrote the script for Patton ( 1970 ), which won him an Academy Award for Best Writing ( Original Screenplay ).
It won three Academy Awards, including his second for Best Writing ( Adapted Screenplay ) ( with Puzo ), Best Picture and Best Actor ( for Brando ) and a nomination for Best Director and was instrumental in cementing his position as a prominent American film director.
Writing the book The Presidential Succession in 1910 ( 1908 ), he called on voters to prevent the sixth re-election of Porfirio Díaz, which he considered anti-democratic.
Other notable works include Workers Union ( 1975 ), a melodically indeterminate piece " for any loud sounding group of instruments "; Mausoleum ( 1979 ) for 2 baritones and large ensemble ; De Tijd ( 1979 – 81 ) for female singers and ensemble ; De Snelheid ( 1982-3 ), for 3 amplified ensembles ; De Materie ( 1984 – 88 ), a large four-part work for voices and ensemble ; collaborations with filmmaker and librettist Peter Greenaway on the film M is for Man, Music, Mozart and the operas Rosa: A Horse Drama ( 1994 ) and Writing to Vermeer ( 1998 ); and the recent La Passione ( 2000 – 02 ) for female voice, violin and ensemble.
* Writing to Vermeer ( 1997 – 99 ) ( libretto by Peter Greenaway ) Opera for 2 children's voices, 2 sopranos, mezzo-soprano, female chorus, orchestra ( 7 winds, 2 horns, 2 trumpets + bass trumpet, 2 harps, 2 electric guitars, cimbalom, 2 pianos, on-stage harpsichord, 2 percussion, minimum 22 strings ), CD ( music by Michel van der Aa )
Writing during the reign of the Emperor Domitian ( AD 81 – 96 ), the Roman poet Martial expressed his admiration for Otho's choice to spare the Empire from civil war through sacrificing himself:
Writing in late antiquity, the Latin commentator Servius explains that Prometheus was so named because he was a man of great foresight ( vir prudentissimus ), possessing the abstract quality of providentia, the Latin equivalent of Greek promētheia ().
Writing out the prime numbers in base-six ( and using the subscript 6 to denote that these are senary numbers ), the first few primes are
** 5 Saturn Awards nominations Best International Film, Best Director, Best Writing, Best Supporting Actor ( Craig Warnock ), Best Special Effects
** 4 Academy Awards nominations Best Actor in a Leading Role ( Robin Williams ), Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Best Music, Original Score, Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen
** 6 Saturn Awards nominations Best Fantasy Film, Best Director, Best Actor ( Robin Williams ), Best Actor ( Jeff Bridges ), Best Writing, Best Costumes
** 4 Saturn Awards nominations "' Best Director, Best Actor "' ( Bruce Willis ), "' Best Actress "' ( Madeleine Stowe ), "' Best Writing "'
WarGames was nominated for three Academy Awards — Best Cinematography ( William A. Fraker ), Sound ( Michael J. Kohut, Carlos Delarios, Aaron Rochin, Willie D. Burton ), and Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen ( Lawrence Lasker, Walter F. Parkes ).
Writing in Rome and Milan in addition to Naples, Donizetti achieved some popular success in the 1820s ( although critics were often unimpressed ), but was not well known internationally until 1830, when his Anna Bolena was premiered in Milan.
* Cioc, Mark, Björn-Ola Linnér, and Matt Osborn, " Environmental History Writing in Northern Europe ," Environmental History, 5 ( 2000 ), pp. 396 – 406
* Bess, Michael, Mark Cioc, and James Sievert, " Environmental History Writing in Southern Europe ," Environmental History, 5 ( 2000 ), pp. 545 – 56 ;

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