Here they anatomized
their mystery glasses, digging into unknown what, where, and why origins.
If everyone acknowledges the two sides of this apparent antinomy, and if scholars such as Abrams have convincingly anatomized
it, then one may wonder that there should be anything more to say about them.
Accordingly, based on the Gramsci' theory of hegemony and Nye's theory of Soft Power (1990) embodied within the theory of Lass well Formula imperious exploitation of mega events, in this case Olympics and Paralympics Games 2012 in London, are anatomized
for the scrutiny over correlation between mega events and soft power but; through the spectrum of the media.
Pondering the museum's collections, I began to perceive a rowdy yet oddly refined aesthetic sensibility Decades before European and American academics furiously anatomized
the paradigms of kitsch, pop, and postmodern culture, Liberace embodied them in his persona and performances.
The temporal transformations of 24/7 capital, in Crary's account, do not return us to precapitalist natural and task-based temporalities, nor do they destroy the uniform, homogeneous clock time that Thompson anatomized
10) John Donne eloquently drew on these beliefs when he anatomized
his own perilous illness in Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions:
With the aid of some conceptual tools from feminist science studies, I hope to contribute to prying the lid off the "black box" of anatomized
sexuality, re-opening some of its assumptions to political critique.
There are surreal twists to his designs; a horse is anatomized
to provide the handles and attachments for his cutlery, a fetlock is stuck to the top of a butter dish as a lid.
The Oslo peace process defined the limits of his, and other Palestinians', mobility within the confines of the Palestinians autonomy, a fragmented territory over less than 22% of historic Palestine, within an anatomized
west Bank and Gaza segmented by barred wires and eight meter high wall.
In his essay "Some Popular Fallacies About Vivisection," published in the June 1, 1875 issue of the Fortnightly Review, Carroll anatomized
and challenged a number of rhetorical duplicities frequently maintained by defenders of the practice, among them the belief "that man is infinitely more important than the lower animals, so that the infliction of animal suffering, however great, is justifiable if it prevent human suffering, however small.
Spanning not only the hundred and fifty years suggested by the subtitle, but also twentieth-century cyborg theory, science, and narrative, Muri draws a line from the "man-machine" anatomized
by seventeenth-century physician Tomas Willis to recent work on the postmodern cyborg.
UNCHC has now moved the data warehouse into production with secure web portal providing access to anatomized
cohort query selection, diabetes and inpatient data marts, business intelligence reports and analytics applications, and supporting clinical translation research.