In a design to target end users--journalists or lawyers, in this case--LexisNexis automatically singularized and pluralized
Jeff Grant's 10-square contains four dictionary words, two pluralized
chemical terms, one term from the field of psychology, one place name, and two names of real persons (one pluralized
, as would be used in referring to more than one person with that same name).
A fragmented, pluralized
"NHS" full of small charity providers, consultants, and private sector providers might not have the same symbolic power or alignment of self-interested and altruistic forces behind it.
The book is divided into three parts: "Christianity in Culture," five essays that examine some of the ways that mission and church leaders have understood contextualization in the past; "The Text in Context," four essays that explore the hermeneutical aspects of contextualization; and "The Gospel in Context," five essays about the communication of the Gospel in a pluralized
Cleverly feminized, corporatized, and maybe pluralized
, "Man ifesta " as a title revived a modernist keyword--an emblem of the collective and rebellious--while acknowledging.
The result is a new form of religiosity that is pluralized
and has internalized communal tolerance.
According to Assistant Foreign Minister Ye Lucheng, this is the result of opening up diplomatic decision making to a large number of players: "Compared with the past, when foreign policy was made in a small circle in the Zhongnanhai [central headquarters of the Chinese Communist Party], now it is much more open and pluralized
And yes, the objects and the sounds and the "MarioNorman"persona (Badmington believes that Marion and Norman are linked together, hence MarioNorman) lend themselves to a much more "magical," pluralized
examination of the text than one might expect; but, what Badmington does not do is recognize the irony that by using postmodern theory as a means of understanding the deceptive magic of Hitchcock, he undermines his own argument about plurality.
A contemporary reworking of a medieval map demonstrated how religious references and narratives become pluralized
and reinterpret the world image conveyed therein.
Chiang noted that the agreement for protection and promotion of cross-Strait investments will provide pluralized
and systematic platform and methods for solution of investment-related problems.
metaphysical space in the twentieth century was contested by the linearity of the Modernist dogma, even postmodern multiculturalism seen through the lens of the rational, has not been able to fully recognize this unconditional embrace of the 'other'.
aal 'men' can be further pluralized
to show more multiplicity in the so-called Extended Plural pattern to have rid[?