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His shoes and clothes constitute a sophisticated showcase of ideas, boasting a far-ranging mix of details, references and experimentation that, in the end, amounts to one thing: style.
Making the announcement yesterday Bank of England chief Mark Carney said: "As the father of computer science, as well as a war hero, Alan Turing's contributions were far-ranging. Turing is a giant on whose shoulders so many now stand."
Interviewer Brian Martinez of Honey Badger Radio conducted a far-ranging, 80-minute interview of Steven that addressed a great variety of topics including genital autonomy, human rights law, the larger gender equity movement of which genital autonomy work is an important part, Steven's recent marriage, and many other topics.
They are destructive when allowed to linger in our hearts: can poison our minds make us sick emotionally, physically and spiritually can drive us to do things that debase and inflict far-ranging pain and unimaginable sufferings to others.
Hardly any other international sporting event has such a far-ranging social impact.
Tel Aviv Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's unveiling of a trove of Iranian nuclear documents offered no evidence of violations of the 2015 Iranian nuclear deal, according to a former head of Israel's Atomic Energy Commission."All that Netanyahu said in his presentation was history and it didn't touch on any evidence of the Iranians not abiding by the contract,"~Uzi Eilam told dpa, referring to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) signed between Iran and six world powers."The only news is the fact that our intelligence bodies, perhaps the Mossad, got their hands on very far-ranging documents and they were able to bring it over to Israel," Eilam added.
CRISPR applications are far-ranging -- from identifying genes associated with cancer and rare diseases to reversing mutations that cause blindness.
In "World View: Seeking Grace and Truth in Our Common Life", Marvin Olasky (Editor in Chief of 'World Magazine') describes this kind of salty Christianity in a far-ranging collection of columns from World.
Stories are far-ranging, from the streets of Detroit and the iconic presence of the auto industry to the wild tracts of the Upper Peninsula, to a couple on the west coast trying to figure out parenting.
Although the lab's charter was focused on artificial intelligence, it--and Minsky's work--had far-ranging effects on the field of computer science.
Though the 1950 fire changed how fires are fought in Alberta and elsewhere, they also affected scientific research, forest management, and ecological studies, making this survey of western Canadian history a far-ranging examination holding much more of interest beyond its Canadian boundaries.
The book also recounts the targeting of African American as well as white writers during the McCarthy era, reconstructs the events of the 1959 Black Writers' Conference in New York, and argues for the ongoing influence of the Black Popular Front decades after it folded; defining the contours of a distinctly Black modernism and its far-ranging radicalization of American politics and culture, the author aim to fundamentally reorient scholarship on African American and Cold War literature and life.