Although domestic e-commerce advertising growth surprised on the downside, management intentionally de-emphasized
ads monetization in the quarter by feeding free traffic to merchants for sustainable growth, the analyst contends.
the newspaper segment of its business, describing itself as "a diversified education and media company whose principal operations include educational and career services, newspaper and magazine publishing, television broadcasting, cable television systems and electronic information services.
This mediation role has been de-emphasized
in recent years, to the detriment of New Yorkers, who have had little or no incentive to make the state prosecutor's office aware of their complaints.
In fact, ethnic differences in France have long been de-emphasized
in favor of an overall French identity.
Home I Schools I Map I District Calendar I Contacts is present on all of the sub-pages but de-emphasized
by its smaller text size.
In particular, the global political-economic transformations that contributed to the making of the contemporary Middle East were de-emphasized
, if not absent in favor of the national, cultural, and state building elements.
It was made that way thanks in part to a game plan that de-emphasized
Tomlinson - against a defense that was ranked 21st in the league against the run - and ignored any deep threat.
The author makes a case for transference/countertransference being inherent in the patient-therapist relationship in intensive psychotherapy, despite being de-emphasized
in most current training programs.
But then, the guardians of his legacy have always de-emphasized
the gay side of his life, while making him a poster boy for the tragedy of AIDS.
Such developments contrast with "professional" readings of Scriptural texts by scholastic exegetes who tended toward "universalized" interpretations that de-emphasized
"the particularized experience of the reader" (80), and they give witness to emergent habits of reading that would dominate after the introduction of print.
A more striking example of this attitude arose when one principal decided to introduce a new report card system into his school, one which de-emphasized
grades and required about 35 hours of writing anecdotal comments.
In Sowell's discussion of criminal justice, the pattern emerges yet again: Crime rates were in long-term decline prior to the 1960s, then soared as punishment was de-emphasized
in favor of a therapeutic approach; this troubling outcome, however, sparked little rethinking among defenders of the new approach.