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Later, at her prompting, Giovanni joins Lidia where her roaming has taken her, the town in the still unmodernized periphery of Milan where she and her husband used to meet in the early days of their relationship.
Declining growth also puts a great deal of pressure on the less-efficient, unmodernized SOEs.
With their cramped, unmodernized interiors, these homes are visually connected to Billy's own home.
He aligned the Russian narod with Asian nations and more generally with what we would now call the "developing" or unmodernized nations of the world.
Much is at stake: A vital national industry sector's public image, a sector in decline elsewhere but continuously in high demand in this country; the reputation of the operating company of the Soma coal mine; the reputation of the relevant line ministry, and -- often overlooked -- the apparently unmodernized mine inspection methodology.
Ferguson's textual introduction begins with a clear, straightforward statement that the edition "provides for the first time established texts of Emerson's works which were originally published in his lifetime and under his immediate supervision." The resulting edited text is "critical and unmodernized. It neither provides a reprint of any single earlier edition, nor is it limited to the authority of those editions" (CW 1:xxix).
test of an element of an aging, unmodernized stockpile in order to
A certain category of population (young people with medium to high income) gives up living in unsafe apartment-blocks with facilities that are obsolete, unmodernized and that offer but low urban comfort levels, high losses of energy and low safety in favor of some unifamily dwellings located outside the large cities (Gheorghiu, 2002).
Lockwood's volume provides authoritative unmodernized texts of Love in Several Masques (1728); The Temple Beau (1730); both versions of The Author's Farce (1730/1734); Tom Thumb in its original form and as brilliantly revised, with Scriblerian pseudo-apparatus, into The Tragedy of Tragedies (1731); The Coffee-House Politician (1730);and The Letter-Writers (1731).
(9) Even though three of their battleships were "unmodernized," the British held a significant operational advantage, since the Royal Navy could reinforce the Mediterranean as required from other fleets outside the theater.
I went there in mid 2002, when it was in the midst of preparations for opening, and was lucky to be able to see some of the house in its unmodernized state.
Quatriglio trains a documentary-style gaze on the fishermen and their unmodernized work rituals, chanting traditional songs as they haul in their nets.