, and the marketers who sought them, started talking varietals and altitudes.
Burden adds that he is among the cognoscenti
who scratch their heads wondering why the virus is the leading cause of death for black women between the ages of 25 and 34 and for black men between the ages of 35 and 44, and why black men represent 49% of all new AIDS cases in the United States.
Far more than a rivalry between adult and children's companies or a series of ad hominem attacks designed to amuse the cognoscenti
, Jonson initiated a radical challenge to the practices of his profession that could not go unanswered.
While Monaco is probably the most famous playground of the rich, a well-kept secret among the cognoscenti
is that Antibes is just as opulent and even more fun, perhaps because it has fewer tourists.
Truth told, the response from the hip hop cognoscenti
and more than a few quarters of black America has been an audible yawn.
Although Cultural Studies cognoscenti
will appreciate Neal's observations, readers who are unfamiliar with postmodernist insights and modes of inquiry likely will furrow their brows at certain aspects of the author's presentation.
have long understood the folly of using megahertz as a proxy for performance," observed Nathan Brookwood, principal analyst at Insight 64.
With their debut single, Return To Eden, already selling out twice at the Virgin Megastore in the Precinct, the city's pop cognoscenti
are predicting big things ahead for the Coventry and Birmingham quartet.
has carved out a name for itself among insurance cognoscenti
, it still needs to raise its profile in corporate boardrooms, an Ace executive said.
Once prominently displayed at newsstands and drugstores, the main outlet for comic sales is specialty shops that cater to the cognoscenti
Right now, it's just the hip hop cognoscenti
who ventured out.
In general, Narayan is the more familiar name, but to the cognoscenti
-- and to those in Crawford Hall at the university -- Ramanujan is arguably the most distinguished alumnus of the institution, for his interests, scholarship, and authority extended to numerous academic areas.