Knowledgeably authored by Jef Klein and featuring the outstanding photography of Cary Hazelgrove, The History And Stories Of The Best Bars Of New York is an intriguing collection of histories and tales about the inherently fascinating and justly
famed bars, pubs, and clubs of New York City.
A State that had abandoned this responsibility to rule justly
, as St.
James Madison advised in Federalist 47 that 'the accumulation of all powers, legislative, executive and judiciary, in the same hands, whether of one, a few, or many, and whether hereditary, self-appointed, or elective, may justly
be pronounced the very definition of tyranny.
IN Coventry we have Malfunction Junction and Kamikaze Island - both justly
infamous and well known.
Canada is justly
famous for its documentary filmmaking, and there was no better practitioner in the genre than Brittain.
As long as landowners are justly
compensated for their land, according to the decision, governments may now condemn land for the sake of urban renewal.
With the IAEA pressing Iran to defer production of weapons-grade plutonium, Hasselberg justly
wonders how creditable open and democratic societies can appear when their own history of secret wrongdoing has destabilized the social and political ideals Goransson tenderly remembers.
Despite the flights of imagination for which the Arab folk tale and epic are justly
famous, fantasy remained rare in modern Arabic fiction until quite late.
The recent article "Doctors Doing Drugs and Drinking" (The Physician Executive, 30(5) September/October 2004) justly
highlights this extremely important yet often overlooked source of performance difficulties among physicians.
The completion of the Grainger Town Project has been justly
recognised for the remarkable achievement it is, having restored the heart of our 18th Century heritage to a vibrant future.
Elegant and clear (if occasionally misty) in style, this book caps many years of scholarly reading and writing (to which the huge bibliography attests), years which resulted in Quitslund's justly
famous Spenser articles, for example that in JWCI on Amoretti 8 and that in Silent But for the Word on patronage.
laments the tight focus on Nazi policy rather than the long term implications of automobility and the meaning of the car for daily life.