The story that lone survivor Jibin Arula had told the Senate in its hearings on the incident revived the historic sense
of struggle among the young Moros.
War in the historic sense
consisted of set-piece battles, pitting armies and navies against each other without regard to gray space or limited objectives.
Taking stakeholder perspectives into account, a shared vision for East Lake is now beginning to emerge: a diverse and highly energy efficient, mixed-use and user-oriented urban environment that reflects the historic sense
of place and the diverse needs of its residents and users.
One of these pieces examines the historic sense in primitive peoples, while the second examines the historic sense in children.
Phylogeny: The Historic Sense Among Primitive Peoples
Next, Barnes (1896-97/1903b) discusses elements of a variety of cultures, such as ancestor worship, myths, songs, and the Bible, that reportedly corresponded to the elements of the historic sense and suggested to her the order in which the elements emerged.
However, these recommendations do not occur without direct comparisons between the historic sense of "savages" and that of children.
Makkai is mercurial, romantic in the best and in the historic sense
, in most respects an antithesis to Goethe.
Even the historic sense
that major appliances dominates the association reportedly has been mitigated.
Conventional wisdom has it that this suspicion comes simply from a the historic sense
of kinship between Slavs and Serbs.
In one of the most important sections of the book, Brecher and Costello show that the negotiation of such agreements as NAFTA and GATT did not basically concern free trade, in the historic sense
of the movement of goods among nation-states, but rather set out to eliminate governal regulations that might impede investment or profit maximization.
The image of foundrymen sitting at a computer does not convey the historic sense
of "art" and "craft" that has produced the complex and wondrous castings that contributed to our technological civilization.