The selected firm/expert will also prepare media packages that can be made readably
Although not relating directly to the exhibition, Dinnis and Stringer (2013) cover most of the same ground, attractively and readably
introducing the research and broadening the perspective with more reference to Continental evidence, such as their pithy account of 'Lincombian-Ranisian-Jerzmanowician' (LRJ) spearheads--Neanderthaler or sapiens?
The Invention of Murder by Judith Flanders (Harper Collins, 2011) I admire the scope of Judith Flanders' detailed research and the skill with which she weaves contemporary crime reports, social history, theatrical memorabilia and literature together so readably
Only the fair copy was written by him with the utmost diligence, in calligraphic handwriting, clearly and readably
When they smile, it will be a readably
genuine smile--the kind that crinkles the corners of the eyes--and when they use hand and other body gestures to illustrate or emphasize a point, those gestures will always either precede by a split second or exactly coincide with the words being spoken.
A novel so readably
juicy and surreptitiously smart, it deserves all the attention it can get.
With a number of color photographs, useful figures and informational tables, this text is readably
understandable and most appropriate for either the general reader or as a basic textbook.
The applicants shall have the CNIC, machine readably
passport valid upto March 30 2014 or receipt of the application submitted for a new passport, 12 copies of light backgrounder 4x3 cm pictures, the expenses allocated on the basis of the distance between the Haram e Sharif and the house preferred by the pilgrims.
Never shown to be attached or to have any relationships of any kind, other than that with Courtland and his secretary, La Salle is one of the more readably
queer personae in De Palma's work.
When we consider the extensive original materials to which Taylor has had access, we can understand how it is that this very detailed, and yet readably
accessible, chronological account of the life of Chiang Kai-shek is a substantial addition to the literature on modern China.
She writes clearly and readably
, no mean achievement given the complexity of much of the material.
This structure readably
scaffolds some very complex ideas: anyone starting from page one would be well prepared to assess the "Issues" chapters' wide-ranging claims.