Mown down like corn, there they lay prone and motionless, remindful
of a mass of Moslem pilgrims making their obeisance to Mohammed," he wrote.
When Hakutani uses Jeffersonian ethics as a frame to analyze Emanuel's "Farmer," for example, he observes that the "word 'straight' has a moral implication if this haiku is remindful
of Jefferson's notes on farmers" (44).
This is remindful
of Hans Castorp from Thomas Mann's The Magic Mountain being forced to choose between visions of the world offered to him on one side by Naphta, and by Settembrini on the other.
he is remindful
of why he is tenderly taking care of her.
His relatively smooth reconciliation of these two cultural identities (once considered to be in conflict) and, hence, masculinities is remindful
of Martin Sokefeld's notions of "reflexivity" and "agency" which establish any individual as an autonomous self capable of deciding which "cultural attributes" are most appropriate for his survival and well-being, rather than as a mere product of his cultural circumstances (417).
of Emile Zola's 'J'accuse' about anti-semitism in France, the United States has charged five officials in the Chinese People's Liberation Army of hacking into US commercial computers and stealing top-secret trade information.
Conclusively, this case is remindful
in terms of the requirement of considering Sweet syndrome in the differential diagnosis in patients with prolonged fever and skin rash.
The atmosphere in those first heady days following the 'victory of the rose' was remindful
, all things being equal, of that which prevailed in Havana in the early years of the Cuban revolution.
of Mike Leigh's High Hopes, this comedy is cheerfully staged in the manner of a ricky Gervais tv show.
11 era, we are each called to that pursuit - remindful
, there are other paths to peace.
His statement was remindful
of the earlier deportation of the Channel 4 News' team, Nick Paton Walsh, producer Bessie Du and cameraman Matt Jasper from Sri Lanka on 10 May 2009, alleging that they were arrested for false reporting on the civil war and subsequently deported.
They are too remindful
of the late sorrow, and we would for our own taste discourage their publication.