The Anglican Bishop of Kaduna, the Right Reverend Idowu Fearon, has urged Nigerians to de-emphasize
politics of religion to sustain the nation s unity and democracy.
Propagandists emphasize the elements of information that support their position and de-emphasize
or exclude those that do not.
says it will de-emphasize
production of large injection presses in order to concentrate on its core packaging markets, including PET preforms, closures, and thin-wall products.
Our cover story looks at China's new history textbooks, which de-emphasize
Communism, and Mao himself, in flavor of capitalist icons like Bill Gates and J.
We try to de-emphasize
the scoring aspect of it to keep it fun,'' Bruyere said.
What EBM attempts is to de-emphasize
intuition, unsystematic clinical experience, and pathophysiologic rationale as sufficient grounds for all clinical decision making.
The board revised state science standards a year later to de-emphasize
For example, campwide games of capture the flag are great fun, but to de-emphasize
competition, the ending score of all games is "fun to fun.
And like many other lovers of the genre, I trace the decline in interest directly to the trend in the past several decades to de-emphasize
and often remove music education from our schools.
The terminology change, likely meant to de-emphasize
the increasingly unpopular war in Iraq, was publicly scuttled on August 3 by President Bush after the media inferred that the change in language indicated a shift in administration policies.
Responding to the increasing tendency of economic analysis to portray the market as equivalent to a natural force, and so to de-emphasize
"the moral evaluation of internal states" (232), the poet seeks to liberate the notions of "labor" and "work" from the economic sphere.
The works in this exhibition direct us to light and space and de-emphasize
everything else, including bulbs, walls, and wiring.