we are putting a stop to the voraciousness
Since the establishment of neoliberalism in Mexico, these constitutional mandates became a hindrance for the voraciousness
of large-scale transnational capital and the governments that serve it.
And the voraciousness
is apparent to all, with her early admission that she's "starving" appropriately echoed in the film's closing word, that she's "famished.
my interest level and my voraciousness
for researching this topic was huge.
The savage voraciousness
he was made to display on stage behind bars ("dressed .
All of these relationships came to a disastrous end through the manipulative powers of Lulu's vixen voraciousness
destroyed the very things conservatives hold most dear, he argued, ultimately producing the same destructive tendencies in white working-class suburbs like Levittown that residents previously associated with the inner city.
Any format, formulation, or concept about ecology in Latin America (as well as Africa and Asia) needs to face the question of property and its orderings as structuring mechanisms of inequality and voraciousness
that destroy lives--human lives and the lives of all living beings.
of the Islamic State's ( IS) body shoppers to push more cannon fodder into the war theatre's furnace hasn't dissipated, Indian intelligence has discovered.
1) The voraciousness
with which audiences consumed Psycho came as a surprise not only to his industry peers, but even to Hitchcock himself: he once apparently told Anthony Perkins, I've always been able to predict the audience's reaction.
So that one is trying to contain a voraciousness
in a very specific, limited, narrowed way.
They are more valued than valuable, which makes for a potential irony if, in spite of the voraciousness
of the current art market, they don't draw the prices that are no doubt hoped for," Soltes said.