general environmental regimes under which species or phenomena may occur.
In terms of rhythm, Constantinidis takes advantage of the metric and rhythmic flexibility that characterizes
Greek folk music.
Later he writes, "Bray...inserts quotation marks to characterize
what I, in fact, did not write." I challenge him to identify where, in my review, the phrase "military freedom" appears.
It has become fashionable to characterize
my country as unilateralist and against all arms control agreements.
'Abd al-Maujud does not seem to understand why the other wants to destroy the dream of his life, why he characterizes
him as the one who flees from himself.
The traditional testing procedures to study the role of carbon black in rubber compounds as well as to characterize
it are ambiguous and often lack precise scientific definition.
In Allegory and Epic in English Renaissance Literature, Kenneth Borris characterizes
heroic poetry in terms of a continuous descent from Homer and Virgil to Sidney, Spenser, and Milton.
its members' dancing is the same impulse that runs through jazz music.
This theory respects the separate legal existence of a partnership and characterizes
income at the partnership level.
But now elated researchers find that another word also characterizes
the luminosity of this aging Milky Way resident: chaos.
The series, which was impressive for Shambroom's ingenuity in gaining access to these classified spaces as much as for its formal rigor, toed the line between reportage and art, engaging a kind of watchdog politicism that characterizes
much contemporary photography.
Responses to female authority -- indulgent and restrictive -- create the multiplicity of genre that characterizes