Of note, while now joint, these commands remain insularly
focused on China's geographic boundaries with global operations still being led at the CMC level.
Who but the most insularly
hedonistic individual could interpret the mention of a Jewish ritual object solely through its implications for having sex?
(17) Terence Davies perhaps appears an unlikely amanuensis for Grassic Gibbon, although the prospect of a non-Scot tackling the task of adapting Sunset Song may be welcomed as an antidote to the native urge to smother Gibbon's achievement in an insularly
"We have to be ever vigilant for every affinity group, especially for college athletics, to make sure we have the kind of leadership in place and organization in place to make sure that those environments don't become insularly
," Jackson said.
Indeed, English is distinctly rare in such volumes, but in insularly
produced books, as Olszowy-Schlanger's more recent researches have publicized, Anglo-Norman is present in great profusion.
Of course for them, the phrase would have been transmitted insularly
, from one to another, as a reminder of how much was riding upon their success at not merely performing gentility but also believing in the inviolable dignity that gentility has always been thought to confer.
Mired in and constricted by insularly
research methods, the academician adjudicates his social phenomena with observational acuteness, but he restricts from his scientific conclusions any normative considerations because he has been taught to believe that such judgments are either too ideological or irrational.