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Is not evil "realized" in the atheist world created by man in the image of the finite I, marked with suffering, irremediably drenched by death worthy of the voraciousness of Chronos?
Demonstrating the voraciousness of the post-1974 appetite for CBs, FCC data show approximately 800,000 licensed CB users during the 1966-73 period, but 12,250,000 licensed users by the end of 1977 (Jensen and Meckling 1994).
"Calmness" and "tranquility" are listed as its synonyms while "war" and "voraciousness" as its antonyms.
of evidentiary voraciousness as a symptom of a resistance to the
12), the most astounding thing about Martorell is his voraciousness. (1)
The difference between Conrad's rendition of entering the hell within and Greene's is that Greene invariably suggests that at the heart of narcissism and selfishness lies the possibility of redemption--whereas Conrad suggests a dark and primal voraciousness.
Unfortunately, the cloud is one of those high-tech concepts that vendor marketing groups jumped on with such voraciousness, the hyperbole left no room for a plain understanding of what the term actually means.
Thus, the historical necessity of Dib's model has as much to do with revisiting Algeria in his collection of stories as it does with the historicity of the contemporary period for us, for the parallels between then and now are quite apparent: inter-imperialist rivalry for control of the Middle East, deep-rooted racism and sexism, super exploitation of labor and global resources, asymmetrical development between the center and periphery topographies which surpasses the apex of Western imperialism, and the conspicuous disparity between the voraciousness of corporate accumulation and the deprivation of basic necessities of entire populations, as the recent capitalist crisis reveals.
Introducing the concept of voraciousness as a theoretical variation of omnivorousness, they note the significance of frequency of participation (voracious pattern of consumption) in addition to the omnivorous contents of consumption of various leisure activities.
This entire procedure necessitates resources, self-refutation and above all patriotism to execute the whole strategy, but because of voraciousness, nepotism and dishonesty the resources to execute such national strategy goes into the pocket of high ranking officials, and at the end of the day we end up without execution of any security plans which is for the best interest of our entire populate instead of incessant decrying and trading accusations, let us move and act decisively to protect our territorial integrity.
are enemies of the people and the future .../but one cannot help feeling betrayed by blood,/ one cannot part with the sense of shame/at their voraciousness and our current defeat." (p.
He then describes his mother and the eight children that were born after him in relation to his voraciousness as a reader.