In contrast to relational and austere
nominalism, the two basic and exhaustive forms of nonconstituent nominalism, constituent nominalism is, in a sense, much more moderate in that it does not deny the reality of properties.
In a nutshell: Austere
tale, told with due deliberation.
Adam Wilthshire's designs could be austere
and occasionally entered into the eye-catching realm of sheer fantasy in what was a challenging piece for all the forces.
fiscal position drew flak from some ruling coalition policymakers, who called on Koizumi to rev up the slumping economy with large government spending to be funded by more bond issues.
In an austere
environment, or at a wartime-demolished port, the barges may be moved alongside a shallow pier or up a river for discharge.
Merging experimental video aesthetics with pornography and punctuating the many overheated sequences with an austere
motif of an abandoned hallway (a perfect rendering of Leonard Cohen's line: "some hallway where love's never been"), Asimakopoulos effectively renders both the withering sadness and the oddly exquisite joy of human solitude.
During the evaluation, the C-27J successfully demonstrated the loading of 463L pallets 65 inches tall with the documented ability to load a 82 inch high pallet; roll-on, roll-off loading and unloading of a HMMWV with no disassembly required; conversion between medevac, cargo, troop and combination configurations; transloading cargo using both Army and Air Force standard material handling equipment such as 10K forklifts and K-loaders; short take-offs and landings into and out of assault zones and austere
airstrips; aerial delivery and airdrop operations; and other human factors, such as instrument arrangement, emergency egress, and night-vision goggle compatibility.
Here, however, the scale is necessarily notched up several gears and it remains to be seen whether the nuances and subtleties of Sejima's austere
domestic work can be successfully translated to a much larger and more complex institutional programme.
A sequence of mirrors, infinitely reflecting an image of prison bars, reconstructed the austere
cell where Antonio Gramsci was imprisoned and where he wrote his Prison Notebooks (1929-35).
With an austere
appearance that belies a devilish sense of humor, Johnson often writes about police corruption and race relations in Britain, but the sentiments are universal.
The backbone or glue of the piece is the movement, all austere
angularity and clinical beauty.
In this satirical detonation of neo-con ideology, rendered in Behrman's trademark austere
and evocative style, a teenager named Ernest tries to survive that very predicament.