Let the reader now imagine what an investment of funds it would require to rewrite the architectural book; to cause thousands of edifices to swarm once more upon the soil; to return to those epochs when the throng of monuments was such, according to the statement of an eye witness, "that one would have said that the world in shaking itself
, had cast off its old garments in order to cover itself
with a white vesture of churches." Erat enim ut si mundus, ipse excutiendo semet, rejecta vetustate, candida ecclesiarum vestem indueret .
It is no flatterer, it is no follower; it never appeals from itself
. It believes in itself
I am speaking of the calling into question by democracy itself
, or as the result of democracy pushed to its extreme limits, of the very conditions of the possibility of democracy: on the one hand the sovereign state, and on the other a distinctively constituted people, better known as the nation.
Mumbo Jumbo itself
reflects this multicultural amalgamation by combining a variety of literary styles--from African oral tales to the comic book--as well as a variety of cultural and textual influences: history, film, jazz, Voodoo ceremonies, etc.
Truett Theological Seminary at Baylor University, argues that the creed of toleration is at war with itself
. The modem nation-state has succeeded in rendering individuals spectacularly free to act as they see fit, especially with regard to making and spending money.
With what could be a formulaic description of the genre of comedy itself
, he reassures Mary: "Though wildly in a labyrinth I go, / My end is to meet thee" (95-96).
The controversy is not the usual one involving providers vs regulators, but rather is within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) itself
. And what do you know--they're confused, too!
Moreover, managing the SAN itself
is difficult work.
In the most extraordinary chapter in this nation's commercial history, corporate America eliminated, merged or transformed itself
, creating within two decades the most flexible and cost-efficient economy in existence.
As the great moral teachers remind us, much of the "bad stuff," including evil, presents itself
to us in the guise of light and goodness and mercy.
The process itself
was initiated with the agricultural revolution some 10,000 years ago when foraging (food-gathering, hunting and fishing) began to be replaced with systematic plant cultivation and animal breeding.
"Except when you open up the e-mail itself
, by the time you read it, it's too late." You've got a virus!