Unlike other royally-ordered book burnings, the burning of books at James' request, Clegg argues, was aimed not so much at suppressing
their discourse (the contents of each book were publicly described and refuted as part of the burning event, she notes) as a staging of official royal disapproval in order to promote and protect the careful equipoise of James' self-representation in religious matters.
A sense of other people's suffering may even be the foundation of morality-which suggests that suppressing
that sense might make people feel less moral.
The UPA Government is suppressing
contents of this report because of the elections, because, if the report is made public, the Congress Party will lose face," Gadkari said.
the isoform's activity in the roundworm C.
This activity was aimed at suppressing
the potential testimony of Ms.
Pulse's video-grade splitters, which do not saturate during ring trip, eliminate video errors by suppressing
high-frequency voltage transients from entering the VDSL2 spectrum.
Overall, the study shows that aerobic exercise is better at suppressing
appetite than non-aerobic exercise and provides a possible explanation for how that happens.
Now, Gauci and his colleagues suggest that volcanic sulfates can also play a climate-changing role at ground level by suppressing
wetlands' emission of methane, a planet-warming greenhouse gas.
In May 2006, SANYO's 'virus washer' system was proven effective in suppressing
avian influenza viruses.
Further testing might determine whether suppressing
inflammation with this drug can prevent heart attacks, the researchers say in the May 11 Journal of the American Medical Association.
Barrick's short position of about 12 million ounces of gold, believed to have been borrowed from central banks, long has been a major suppressing
force against the gold price and against the price of gold mining shares, GATA says.
It works by comparing signal strengths within a group of keys and suppressing
detections from those keys with signals which are weaker than the dominant, intended key.