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The new staging, which will be seen in New York at the Lincoln Center Festival this summer, seems rather truer to the letter of the original than the spirit.
html), we looked at the efforts of Rethinking Progress and the Center for a Sustainable Economy (now merged) to persuade economists to abandon the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in favor of a new, truer measure of social health, a Genuine Progress Indicator (GPI).
Nowhere was this truer than in the field of aviation, and the subsequent development of the airplane, beginning with the pioneering efforts of the Wright brothers, is a triumphant tale of private initiative, ingenuity and enterprise.
This word is usually translated as "festival," although the truer meaning in this case can be seen in the related verb matsuru, which means "to enshrine, to deify, to worship.
We've all heard that a picture is worth a thousand words, but at no time could this be truer than in our very visual digital world.
The Model L employs the vee bearing principle in which the drill acts as its own spindle, running truer than other holding devices such as collets or chucks.
Our spirituality spills over into our daily and business lives as well," says Paula McCoy-Pinderhughes, BLACK ENTERPRISE small business editor, "and that could not be truer than in the case of Sandra Rozier.
This fundamentally new approach lets us measure mass instead of light," providing a truer view of the distribution of matter in the universe.
Perhaps nowhere has this been truer than in the gay demimonde.
A former NASA worker helped develop the "Geo Merlin" which is supposed to fly faster and truer than any other football.
It would certainly free her passionate voice to find a truer model, one more human and practical because of its very ironies.
Coming from a conservative company such as Hartz Mountain, this is quite a statement, but it rings truer every day.