It was the fussy, sentimental, inconsiderate interest in one thrown into purely accidental and necessarily painful prominence - the vulgarization
of an unspeakable tragedy - that my soul abhorred.
Many stakeholders in Libreville believe in the potential of this network in reducing prices and dramatically boosting the vulgarization
of the new technologies of communication and information.
These opportunists and those who fostered such opportunism have aided in the distortion of the revolution and in its vulgarization
in the minds of many, particularly the young.
Di Matteo's intention was to compare a fundamental painting of our history, one famously studied by philosophers, with the quotidian reality of the copy, as if to compare learning (art and philosophy) with its vulgarization
This will at the same time be the biggest vulgarization
of the census for which there are European standards.
They've exploited one of Lebanon's cultural aspects -- a desire to be seen in the best -- without engaging in the vulgarization
that Lebanese might be guilty of in other industries.
This book presents an early fourteenth-century vulgarization
of Practica geometriae.
Perhaps haute vulgarization
is an enterprise in which success is hardly imaginable, but it should be noted that this expensively produced book is marred unnecessarily by typographical errors and infelicities of expression.
McGuinness describes his discretion as a "restrained indiscretion", and explains it as a consequence of his attempt to avoid the vulgarization
that accompanies any attempt to speak about the most important things.
Rather, it is written in what the Catholic Biblical Quarterly would aptly call "haute vulgarization
," so it can profitably be read by college-educated Jews and Christians.