has never been surer than in this poem of her own representative significance, because this is a significance which is guaranteed by its own cancellation.
To make that a reality, Boland
and Mironov aspire to print a whole system of veins, capillaries, and arteries that would support whole organs.
Thus, when Boland
says the Bluebirds are desperate to win the FAW Premier Cup final against Swansea City tomorrow night, you know it is a genuine statement of intent from Lennie Lawrence's men.
There are lots of reactions that occur on these surfaces," says Boland
, "Church and state have a lot in common in their mutual search for justice, in promoting respect for all laws, in their concern for the common good.
claims the company's team of silicon design and software engineers has come up with a uniquely power efficient DSP architecture, which is also significantly easier to program than conventional embedded signalling devices.
identifies falsificationism as an instance of the 'conventionalism' which Popper so forcefully attacked in his work.
writes in the book's last essay, "The Woman Poet: Her Dilemma,"
Even so, the real beauty of reading the poems lies in discovering the difficulty in each and the delicacy with which Boland
dismantles icons associated with Irish tradition and culture.
In this book Boland
strikes some chords to which one can easily resonate: he believes we've learned little since Alfred Marshall's time, that it would be nice if we could wind economic theory back to the 1930s and start over, and that ".
, publisher of The Paper in Sonoma County, has written to the county coordinator of the Perot campaign, saying that he "strongly suspects" that sabotage "has been carried out by disgruntled members of the Perot organization .
The Canadian shopper is a pretty significant part of our retail economy," says Mike Boland
, a business recruiter with the Duluth Chamber of Commerce.