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Hadfield's central concern is, however, an important one, and despite these problems, each chapter offers an important and well-researched contribution to our understanding of the formation of 'a recognisably English literature'.
Comic monsters like Vicky Pollard, right, worked brilliantly because they were recognisably real.
Some of these are unlikely to be authentic, but many of them recognisably come from the Jesus whom Christians revere.
Football in the early 1980s was recognisably the same game as it is now.
By 1914 Oxford had emerged in much the same form as it is now and was recognisably a 'modern' university.
The story remains atmospheric and gripping, but it's slower than most modern movies and having recognisably modern actors somehow makes this more of a problem.
'The future is closer than you think ...' warns a strap headline on the front cover of this slim novella, preparing us for a narrative which eschews the wider shores of science fiction in favour of a time and setting much more recognisably nearer to our own.
Belonging only to the present, they fail in architecture's corresponding temporal task, to be a bridge across time, recognisably rooted in the past while optimistically facing the future.
Mr Watson, a lecturer at Edge Hill College in Ormskirk, Lancashire, added: "The features which are most recognisably Scouse are the ones that are used by comedians such as Harry Enfield.
SHOULD we not be pleased that at least the wording on the misspelled Welsh translation on the Rhyl toilets (Anger at wee-error,January 19) were recognisably Welsh in nature?
SIR - I was glad that Clive Betts wrote that ``the Tories are becoming a recognisably Welsh political party'' on May 31.
'But I also wanted to draw attention to what is recognisably human about the things that happen to them.
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