I think his most noteworthy contribution is how he challenges the claim that theoretical basis of neoliberalism is bound with the conditions of late
There is not a single operational definition of late
registration; however, it is permitted at most colleges and typically refers to registering late for one or more classes after the semester has begun (Dunn & Mays, 2004; O'Banion, 2007; Shriner, 2014).
The Medici, Michelangelo, and the Art of Late
Renaissance Florence is the weighty hard-back catalogue accompanying the eponymous exhibition that traveled among Chicago, Detroit, and Florence in 2002.
Nonetheless, the news of the past two years--enduring excellent productivity performance--goes a long way toward confirming the enthusiastic assertions of late
1990s optimists, the 2000-02 bust notwithstanding.
Smacking of the bluster of late
nineteenth-century brawlers, these young men felt that their victims were demonstrating disrespect.
The Late Payment Act was introduced in November 1998 to combat the problem of late
payments for small businesses whose livelihoods can be jeopardised when invoices are not settled promptly.
KJ: The last line of Late
August, Early September is very haunting, when Gabriel is asked a question about the novel he hopes to write, and he responds, ".
Wire inoculation [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 4 OMITTED] is another common method of late
If historians in the West seem to agree that primary schooling was one of the success stories of late
imperial Russia, Dowler makes clear that it was certainly not an uncheckered one in the Russian "East.
Sponsors Paddy Power Bookmakers had offered to double the Derby winner's prize of e150,000 in the event of Late
Late Show being the winner.
On a notice of late
allocation of GST exemption (notice) filed any time after the due date (including extensions) of the Form 709 for the year in which the gift was made; or 3.
Martl's subject, the Burgundian Jean Jouffroy (elevated to cardinal in December 1461 by Pius II), personifies the intensely political engagement of late
medieval prelates who honed humanist rhetorical skills in diplomatic missions serving many masters.