famished upon the sifted meal and distilled water of a prudish purveyance
More potent intoxicants these than any that need licenses for their purveyance
, responsible-- see the poets--for no end of human foolishness.
Politics, like religion, thrives in the purveyance
The characteristics of the K release kinetics can reflect the soil K purveyance
capability (Jalali 2006; Jalali and Zarabi 2006); similarly, K fixation capacity can affect K fertilisation availability (Ross et al.
accounts, he shows how each commodity required by the town had its own regional origin.
Initially, in challenging white purveyance
of negative, derogating black images, black women writers began to construct "women-centered communities [as] defenses against sexism and racism, in other words against the abuses that are inflicted on black women" (Christian 1993: 120).
Thereafter, Leonard seeks to fill in the gaps in the incomplete literature on Panama through the purveyance
of an army of relevant facts.
Lords Pearce and Radcliffe hypothesized that explicit mention of compensation was absent because the right to dig for saltpetre was a considered a purveyance
He concluded after rigorous analysis "that teaching in both liberal arts and professional programs has been too much concerned with the purveyance
of subject matter and too little with its influence on the character and personalities of young people.
The literature suggests that the mental health community, generally speaking, seeks the purveyance
of rights as a means to address the many complex legal, medical and socio-economic issues that pervade the mental health system.
The aim is to get the best quality and timeliness in the purveyance
of inputs at an affordable price.
Yet not only is humanitarianism an increasingly popular, and by no means unproblematic, way in which Western citizens are invited to respond to the world around them; its ready purveyance
of moral absolutes--we shall do something--is no less useful to their governments.