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It is I, the modern, who look back across the centuries and weigh and analyze the emotions and motives of Big-Tooth, my other self.
In fact this book is a work of genius and, as always with works of genius, it is difficult to analyze the elements that have gone to make it.
"I really don't know what sort of girl she is; I can't analyze her at all.
It never entered his head to analyze the details of the sick man's situation, to consider how that body was lying under the quilt, how those emaciated legs and thighs and spine were lying huddled up, and whether they could not be made more comfortable, whether anything could not be done to make things, if not better, at least less bad.
She recognized, but could not analyze, the difference.
It may therefore be satisfactory to analyze the arguments with which they combat it.
They then employed those 134 features to analyze bulletin board messages.
Through an analysis of content, they developed a system to analyze knowledge building in social interaction, identifying five phases in the evolution of online discourse.
* Computer modeling with 3D finite-element analysis (FEA) is used in the plastics industry because it can identify stresses, predict performance, and analyze part failures that can often be missed by traditional 2D modeling methods.
The requirements of FIN 48 place increased pressures on public companies to analyze and estimate how potential disputes--including transfer pricing issues in respect to all open years--will ultimately be determined by the beginning of the 2007 tax year.
Easy to use: The software produces color-coded charts that school staff can analyze to track cohorts of students, gauge their readiness for state tests and analyze student weaknesses on state standards.