KUWAIT, March 15 (KUNA) -- A senior scientific official has emphasized the momentousness
of the Shagaya project as a first step to diversify sources of power to supply a considerable part of local demand.
It felt as though the historical momentousness
of the decision had sent an electric shock through my brain.
The centrality of 'now' means, rather the momentousness
of the present defined, on the other hand, by know events of the past and the envisage events of the near future.
All human societies are in league with the momentousness
to sex modesty.
generally judgments of worthiness, momentousness
and reputability that individual creates as a result of evaluating him/herself are described as "self-esteem" (Aricak, 1999).
The historical novelty and apparent momentousness
of the Chairman's resignation were matched only by its almost immediate irrelevance.
poetry, or a poetic sense of the momentousness
of what we see and feel,
No serious scholar, however, has denied the momentousness
of La Escalera to the history of race, slavery, and imperial rule in colonial Cuba.
As a measure of the momentousness
of the loss, the authors noted that the affected counties and parishes constituted 80 percent of employment in Louisiana, 33 percent in Texas, 14 percent in Alabama, and lesser, though by no means negligible, percentages in Florida and Mississippi.
Ellenberger gives Fekisi quitte son village and les siens (Fekisi leaves his village and those close to him) and through an expansion of the sense of habo better conveys the momentousness
of the event.
Accordingly, we do not find ourselves taken to a sphere whereby the artist applies someone else's distress with the aim to justify a genre as artificial and stylised as opera is, or as a pretext for furnishing momentousness
to a genre as semantically unspecific as instrumental music is.
1) Considering the momentousness
of his involvement with the upstart populist leader in Rome, this absence is particularly glaring in the context of the Familiares, the humanist's first collection of familiar letters that chronicles this period.