The adult mentors are also inspired by their BNW
experience, as they appreciate that despite the challenging social and political climate, it is possible to give back and make a positive and lasting impact.
Paraleyrodes bondari (BNW
) groups with its congener, P.
While the first group uses BNW
as a catchy phrase, the second clearly intends its audience to have some clue about the literary contexts for such a choice, so an article such as James Trefil's "Brave New World" from Smithsonian will be sandwiched in between articles on American history, literature, travel, and science.
For Lenina's reply, Huxley inked in a new one-line paragraph from which he canceled the last two words: "'Our Ford loved infants,' said Lenina." To accommodate this observation, Huxley jotted down a participial phrase, "Ignoring the interruption," as preface to Bernard's next comment (TS 88; BNW
For the lower orders, production quotas replace fitness standards, the goal being "to manufacture as many batches of identical twins as possible" from a single ovary (BNW
Yet the denigration of science fiction generally and BNW
specifically is problematic for public discourse on bioethics, medicine, and technology.
Mr James said that, with further "in kind'' support from the CBI, IoD, FSB and EEF, BNW
had identified sufficient funding to carry it through its first two years, after which the situation would be reviewed in the light of the initial level of success achieved by the representative body.