At the same time, Straznicky's work on the construction of female playreaders, Sauer's on the political appropriation of closet drama, Lesser's on black-letter
nostalgia, and Berek's on the "theatricalization of public discourse" not only go a long way towards establishing that "playreading was [not] simply an extension of playgoing," but they also enlarge our "conceptualizing [of] the place of drama in the public sphere" (16).
The most prized recording of chant that I own is one in a vivid blue jacket--with Gothic black-letter
printing--for the Mass of Septuagesima (70 days before Easter), performed by the monks of Solesmes.
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A black-letter initial on an aircraft's inspection form indicates zero discrepancies for that aircraft.
James Scharfenberg, 302nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron flight chief, earning a perfect black-letter status and maintaining a high readiness level is quite an achievement, given the age of the wing's C-130s--16 to 18 years old--and the organization's high operations tempo.
Scharfenberg said this latest black-letter status was achieved because of the pride the 302nd maintenance Airmen take in their assigned aircraft.
She summarizes the black-letter
law in outline form, with examples, and includes exam tips, chapter questions and answers, and essay questions and answers.
The volumes combine clear black-letter
provisions with extensive explanatory Comments, clarifying Illustrations, and detailed Reporter's Notes.
It also covers the law governing residential common-interest communities, and includes data on black-letter
provisions and comments on background and applicability of those provisions.
This text presents the black-letter
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