I don't think fans down south would have the same selectiveness
deafness towards their IRA chanting.
It is only when the mirage is looked at head on--when we, for example, sit down in silence and stillness for an hour and direct our awareness on awareness itself--that we realise the selectiveness
of our selective experience, indeed the elusiveness of this 'self (Batchelor, 1997).
As in previous volumes, Stern argues the case for a continuous process of negotiation and selectiveness
in the "memory box" of Chilean society, as a means to cope with the shame, the fear and the bewilderment which followed the publication of data about the dictatorship years, especially the Rettig Commission Report.
But such selectiveness
can also be found in many other prehistoric and historical societies around the world, while towards the modern societies it has achieved more shaded or hidden features.
This type of institution is well-rounded, with research as the main focus; however the selectiveness
and competitiveness that is associated with gaining admission to these "super schools" (and the perceived prestige associated with being admitted) has had the effect of decreasing the perceived excellence of some of the other models of education institutions.
First, the inconsistency or selectiveness
of liberal peacebuilding interventions and their externalized and top-down perspective, or their uneven application across whole countries or regions may inadvertently create space in which critical agencies can unfold.
In this version, Brussels says that, "the investigation into the allegations of tax evasion against the television channel that is critical of the government raised concerns about selectiveness
The systems do not possess the flexibility or selectiveness
needed to identify required skill sets and deploy personnel to the right positions.
Their size, he asserts, allows for a flexibility and selectiveness
that's difficult to find at a larger firm.
Such conditions perfectly show the ability of the proposed algorithm to provide robustness and enforced traffic flow selectiveness
, while maintaining the requested QoS for LSPs set-up.
The importance of expected benefits may also explain why consumers tend to use only some of the many seemingly exciting new mobile services made available thanks to the technological progress; a selectiveness
hardly affected by the level of knowledge of information technology and information skills.
The content of individual master plans varies from institution to institution and program to program and depends heavily on such factors as the selectiveness
of the institution, the number of students enrolled in honors programs, the