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Botany (of leaves, flowers, etc.) turned away from the main stem
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The source says that the money can be transferred from Armenia through the AVERS system in US dollars, Euros and Russian
A gender-neutral domestic partner benefit, available to gay and heterosexual couples alike, Brinkman avers, "would be fine.
Now from the man who avers that "fashion is the healthiest motivation for losing weight" comes Edition 7L, a four-year-old imprint of the Steidl publishing house, named after Lagerfeld's bookstore in Paris ("Seven is my favorite number," he explains.
We are seeing both problems and opportunities," he avers.
One way or another this was a terrible accident, whether caused by Mr Hart falling asleep at the wheel or by mechanical failure as he avers, it wasn't a deliberate act.
These include paying attention to the inherent dilemmas of intentionalism and textuality as well as the historian's obligation sensitively to create multi-dimensional contexts for viewing the past, an aggregate of strategies--each with a rich history of its own--which together, as Kelley avers, "forbids a reversion to an innocent faith in ideas except as unexamined shorthand for deeper questions of language, discourse, interpretation, and communication imposed on historians" (314).
If critics argue that the New Urbanism 's iconic projects arc mostly located on greenfields and do not remedy urban sprawl, well the New Urbanists are able to do other things as well, he avers.
Noble avers that the religion of technology rests on extravagant hopes and visions that technology can never fulfill.
Most recently, she avers, too many historians have ignored the cautiousness of Linda Kerber's analysis of Republican Motherhood and celebrated it as an advancement for post-Revolutionary women.
So I don't think it compares to what Jackie Robinson did because of what he achieved and how far he went to achieve it," he avers.
The preamble later avers that "[t]he proposed regulation primarily will affect a relatively small number of abusive large partnership transactions.