Especially commended as an addition to scholarly and academic library International Poetry collections, "Education By Stone" will be read with reflective enjoyment by non-specialist general readers with an interest in finely formed verse that resonates both emotionally and conceptually
The building is thoughtfully structured conceptually
Her gilded sculpture is a winged palm figure, based conceptually
on The Winged Victory of Samothrace, and is intended to be evocative of the Biblical Tree of Life.
Its entries are historically rich, contextually broad, and conceptually
precise, making learning the vocabulary of theology an engaging experience.
Introducing modern and progressive visions for and of the church, Beyond Vatican II conceptually
analyzes and concisely documents the variations occurring between neo-traditionalists and traditionalists and the churches questionable pursuits with the multitude of smaller sects seeking differences from the fundamentally inclined notions of the Pope and the Vatican.
Visually suggestive and conceptually
complex, Martinez Oliva's work raises issues of pedagogy, anthropological ritual, and gender.
After examining standard approaches to measuring socioeconomic status, and their flaws, one group of researchers concludes that "health research could be improved significantly with a more conceptually
and empirically sound approach.
More interesting conceptually
than in its execution, the work revealed the possibilities for manipulation inherent in the transfer from live to mediated performance.
Developing such a molecule isn't conceptually
difficult, says neurologist Philip A.
For IFRS, they have made the decision to conceptually
use the standards in 2005.
I'm very comfortable with where the department is conceptually
and psychologically in terms of meeting it.
Being able to find and review documents that are conceptually
related to initial search queries allows legal teams to identify and review relevant documents more quickly and more accurately than traditional search tools.