Next, they rated the dimensions of text perception and, consequently, novelty and aptness
of the metaphor.
Water hyacinth did not show significant differences in the compatibility obtained with natural and washed fibers through the aptness
method, and the [I.
Haserot has been dubbed by business associates and colleagues as "the cross-generational voice" because of her aptness
to identify with people from 3 different generations that exist in today's workplaces (Boomers, Gen X, and Gen Y/ Millenials).
The anatomical aptness
here is amplified by the neat phonetic fit between the verb and their object: at its best Marlowe's translation achieves an almost sculptural or tactile depth.
its manifesting epistemic virtue or competence; and its aptness
The increase in the figures proves the resiliency of Turkish companies and the aptness
of economic measures Turkey had taken," said Murat Yalcintas, ITO chairman.
About the aptness
of her name she joked: "I could just as easily have been named Crayola or Bush or Ribbons.
George V's diary is a prosaic, dutiful work, but Carter's quotations from it are transmuted by her own lively aptness
All doubts about her aptness
for the role are dismissed.
The sugary plot could easily have proved too sickly but was helped by some sharp performances - and, weirdly, political aptness
And each in its own way attests to the aptness
of the title chosen for the September 2005 issue of National Geographic: "Africa: Whatever You Thought, Think Again.
Kroc, the multimillionaire founder and senior chairman of McDonald's Corporation as I had come to know him in the 12 months I spent helping him write his autobiography, she too might have found a delightful aptness
in the derivation.