Judges, however, have the duty to declare and exposit
what the fundamental law already is, as announced by Alabama's Constitutional Convention, based on the text and history of the Declaration of Rights.
Goodfriend and King (1997) exposit
the New Keynesian model in the monetarist spirit.
While the subsequent inflation tax literature has never acknowledged the flaw, it also never utilized a Keynesian setting to exposit
Holmes used dissents to refine and exposit
I was fully comfortable with McFadden's approach to discrete choice analysis and thought that it would be straightforward to exposit
it to others.
In addition, we see in Sulpicius's prose the Christian appropriation of Roman rhetoric, employing it to exposit
persuasively this transformed Christian virtus of Martin.
As a case in point, the second part of the book seeks to exposit
the historical narrative, hitherto largely unwritten and underappreciated, as may be seen and experienced by the Chinese-speaking community.
We would help to exposit
to the capital markets the economics of real estate because they didn't know much about it.
My purpose in this is not so much to exposit
Wesley's or the Wesleyan view on the matter (this has been done elsewhere--Oden, 1994; Outler, 1985; Thorsen, 1990), but rather to utilize Wesley's and Wesleyan insights as a springboard for the development of a robust understanding of these four sources of knowledge.
However, it is this critic's personal view that the author, a natural storyteller, missed a perfect chance to better exposit
that night in which the future of Spain's democracy hung in the balance simply by expanding part into an independent novel based on true events.
They insist that the post-secular mandates or involves a phenomenological move, the eidetic reduction of Being that Heidegger tried to exposit
The Environmental Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment: An Exposit
Empirical Analysis, Journal of International Business Studies, VI, 1976, pp.