Adrienne deftly summarizes the core issue right at the outset when she analogizes
male circumcision to an imaginary practice where a fingernail is removed from an infant without any medical reason.
the conference to Art Basel, an annual, internationally-known event that has promoted global recognition of the local art community.
He argues, "Power is the foundation of force; but an excessive employment of force--not just military, but economic and political--can erode the power foundation." (1) With a conceptual tip of the hat to the classics, he analogizes
the United States to a tragic hero and focuses on the negative repercussions of an overreliance on force, especially military force, in meeting global responsibilities.
Exemplifying just the type of imperfect correlations that structure Binion's work, the title of one painting, Icecicle: Juice, 1976, analogizes
ice (water's solid form) and juice (a liquid squeezed from a solid object).
Kiskis' "Samuel Clemens's Argument with the Inscrutable" analogizes
Twain's despair at his daughter Susy's death with that of the biblical Job.
Add, as well, the Israeli left, which analogizes
a hypothetical Palestinian state to the Bantustans of apartheid South Africa.
this to using diet and exercise to improve the performance of an athlete.
this to using diet and exercise to improve the performance of an athlete."We change the diet of the organism, and we can change its performance," Pierce said.
Medieval And Early Modern Film And Media can be situated within the growing body of scholarship that analogizes
pre-modern/ Early Modern media (scrolls, books, manuscripts and tapestries) with the digital media currently available (for example, files such as PDF, and DVD/ Blu-ray discs) (pp.
this phenomenon with Shakespeare's body of plays and poetry: It is not the scanty knowledge of the author that counts, nor the persistent controversy over auctorial attribution, regardless of printed folios.