Svenonius has an unwavering sense of honesty, one that is adeptly
reflected in his pure-and-unfiltered songcraft.
navigate our nation's increasing diversity.
The children adeptly
used their spatial thinking skills to predict that the next shape would be a rectangle.
Editor Bruce Dearstyne, a professor at the College of Information Studies at the University of Maryland, offers the "last word" by way of the concluding essay, adeptly
fusing the issues raised by the other contributors and offering his own set of prescriptions for building effective electronic records management programs.
Often highlighting the overlap between music and dance in African culture, even the youngest dancers moved adeptly
between the two--at one point simultaneously playing the drums around which they danced.
Conversant as few others with landscape representation in sixteenth-century Anrwerp, Gibson adeptly
sorts out the complex relationships between the two series of Small Landscapes, published by Hieronymus Cock in 1559-61, and the Haarlem series indebted to it issued half a century later.
New insights, revelations appearing in print for the first time, and portraits of Israeli leaders, past and present, are adeptly
woven together with an overview of major events.
In more than 200 pages, Dorfman adeptly
chronicles Pinochet's trial in England while contemplating the precedents it sets and the troubled memories it unearths.
At 6 foot 2--and only 23 years old--the Brazilian ballet star is already known not only as a skilled partner but also as a gifted and versatile dancer who adeptly
fields roles ranging from the strictly classical to the smartly contemporary.
99), which adeptly
brings to life the magic of books and reading while developing phonics awareness, spelling, and vocabulary.
demonstrates how Deller's project acted as a poultice to draw out individual and collective memories of an episode that, despite its enormous social and economic consequences, has now largely been buried amid a welter of misinformation.
Sensory blending in the amygdala fosters adults' previously noted capability to recognize the emotion in a scared-looking face more adeptly
if they simultaneously hear a fearful voice, concludes the team led by neuroscientist Raymond J.