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While the media prevalently constructs the figure of the terrorist with the accompanying markers of illiteracy, fundamentalism, hatred, and violence, this figure is rearticulated through postcolonial fiction to produce the disempowered refugee, the disenchanted immigrant, and the dissident citizen.
Antismoking curricula are encouraged in primary and secondary schools but have not been taught as prevalently after high school, when students might arguably be more at risk.
7% of responders applied prevalently the fiscal rules in the detriment of the accounting ones in order to avoid the two successions of calculations;
In speaking to Depew about how the exhibition relates to erotomania, she explained, "The theme of objets d'art fulfilling needs of an erotic nature has a history in art, most prevalently featured over a century ago with the decorative Art Nouveau movement where erotic subjugation came to denote the modern.
In fact, delusions such as "being tracked" and "becoming a celebrity" occurred more prevalently than common dream motifs such as "teeth falling out" and the classic "being nude.
While those should be the ones truly celebrating their milestone, it is the teen-aged brood of non-essential graduates who are prevalently seen celebrating in a no-holds-barred manner, spending indiscriminately (their parents' hard-earned money, of course) on celebrations, clothes, shoes and personal grooming.
And most prevalently, the PVC push-out replicas of sash-cord windows which are nothing but cheap phoneys.
Nonetheless, as the flying insects cannot recognize wind direction without referring to the silhouettes of environmental objects (36,37), moving-air olfactometers are still adhered to and quiet more prevalently used than still-air olfactometers.
The urban village manifests itself most prevalently as what is basically an outdoor mall, with "mixed-use" buildings sporting fake neighborhood storefronts (Ye Olde Banana Republic) on fake streets leading to fake fountains in fake town squares.
It does not mean the new challenges are always nonstate or prevalently nonviolent, purposeless, disorganized, or nonthreatening.
Communication was critical, and it was sometimes the saving grace, or more prevalently, the cause of chaos.
While stepped deposits had been used even more prevalently prior to the crash, they are still being employed by some developers now as a form of protection, mostly in higher-demand luxury buildings, Schwartz said.