The current problem with macroeconomics, as it is studied by academic researchers, is an excess of theoretical underpinnings
-- not a deficiency.
The new CL500 shares most of its underpinnings
with the highly successful S-Class sedans, but then continues with an infusion of science.
Research supports that self-awareness is a necessary underpinning
of both self-management and social awareness.
As the first new Jaguar to be co-developed with new owner Ford, the S-Type shares some underpinnings
with the Lincoln LS.
As the scientific, social and economic underpinnings
of their industry evolve, healthcare sector companies are examining their business models and trying to adapt.
This is a riveting, powerful tale, with underpinnings
of religion (the town they're in is called Lazerus).
The mystical yet sensuous underpinnings
of Angela Caponigro's work was very much in evidence throughout the fifty minutes of her solo Changing the Direction of the Wind.
MacAyeal of the University of Chicago developed a computer model using data about the ice sheet's underpinnings
science director and vice president of The ALS Association, is available to discuss initial findings from new research supported by The Association that has the potential to uncover genetic underpinnings
of the most common form of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, commonly referred to as Lou Gehrig's disease.
Named a New York Times Notable Book, this novel proves Clute adept at creating a high-tech world rich with artificial intelligence and philosophical underpinnings
Cancer scientists say the finding provides a new window on the molecular underpinnings
of hereditary cancers and should lead to tests that identify people likely to get the diseases.
17-syllable verse pattern to delve deeply into the stylistic, philosophical, and historical underpinnings
of the form.