Alisah Bonaobra's 'extended' survival on 'The X Factor UK' has been truly remarkable to behold, a roller-coaster ride of acceptance, rejection, reacceptance
, rerejection, last-minute 'wildcard' revival-gasp.
(intensional) toward the reacceptance
of more practical, Aristotelian
A crackdown on smugglers and reacceptance
of rejected asylum seekers.
Although the estrangement this novel resolves was not caused simply by the mobility of the navy lifestyle, the naval themes of the novel, paired with the themes of estrangement and reacceptance
, are not a coincidence.
From their view, practical aspect or in the other word in the step of reacceptance
and acceptance of a criminal policy that is a crystallization of criminal policy in the practice way and any particular country.
Wanliershi san nianfeng Riben guowang Fengchen Xiujikao [Late Ming and Hideyoshi's Nippon; A Study of the Chinese reacceptance
of Japan as a tributary state in 1595].
Historians of religion have ventured their own theories to explain how Newman found an unexpected degree of public reacceptance
a generation after the Oxford Movement, but few of these explanations take into account the surprisingly unchanging nature of Newman's ideas about purgatory--the topic of some of his most popular and unpopular published works.
Bearded police officers await ministry reacceptance
His three-page article focuses primarily on the depiction of Evgeny's submission in the second part of the poem, showing that his apparent capitulation before the idol does not represent an indiscriminate reacceptance
of the Petrine contract.
Gribben's first chapter finishes with a tracking of the reacceptance
of the book as English and Scottish theologians, especially, returned to millennial thinking and demonstrates that by 1600 the debate over it was finished.
of the parallel liberty standard would of course not completely absent the courts from delving into matters of policy, as such an outcome is impossible (and unwarranted) following the enactment of the Charter.