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Arguably too much of a good thing for neophytes, One Kiss is as essential as liquid eyeliner and Aqua Net for die-hard girl-group fans.
Where ``The Jury'' succeeds is in delineating the atmosphere of misinformation, arrogance and earnestness that permeates a jury room as neophytes are confronted with deciding a fellow human's fate (in one episode, the jurors seem particularly fuzzy on what ``Romeo and Juliet'' is all about but delight in insulting one another).
She not only exposes readers to the broader ramifications of the case but also raises general issues of historical interpretation that both neophytes and experienced historians need to keep in mind.
The LBW made major steps toward strengthening the corporate understanding by its appointing the Sunday assembly as its setting, the use of baptismal festivals, the use of plural language in referring to the neophytes, the welcome by the congregation, and the use of the Apostles' Creed.
Shoba Sharma, founder and artistic director of Natya, danced Nandichol with her ensemble of eight neophytes, whose enthusiasm compensated for lack of experience.
For the marketing of your camp, this process involves educating neophytes about those issues that are truly relevant to the decision.
We met long ago when we were neophytes, we've all come long way, and I look forward to working with them again.
The magazine, a wine guide for aficionados and neophytes alike, gave strongest praise to twelve.
Oracle Database 10g provides neophytes with the fundamental concepts of Oracle Database 10g administration and programming.
And Neolithic neophytes did not build Stonehenge to replace the sun but to keep track of it.
It's broad enough to accommodate fashion neophytes of any gender.
In facing the "challenge to create a book useful for both neophytes and specialists" (9), Watson wisely makes no pretense to surveying the entire history of Renaissance maiolica.