The immediate, knee-jerk denigration of youth, and then, not because of anything they have done, but, more pressingly
, what they fail to do, is certainly one characteristic not of the Winnebago man in the selection of clips that "went viral" (first through the somewhat laborious reproduction of video tape in the 1990s, and then, through the digital reproduction of these clips online), but of Jack Rebney as presented to us in Ben Steinbauer's film.
In the very same section we find discussions from Mozersky, Meyer and Zimmerman concerning how presentism will fare in its attempts to deal with various problems--most pressingly
, the truth-maker problem.
Even more pressingly
, especially in a city like Dubai, which is undergoing rapid development and expansion, buildings that have dedicated security systems which feed into a city-wide grid, become essential for the well being of the city.
, there are discussions going on now in which we all must engage at length--issues such as climate change, political up heaval, and the lagging world economy.
closely and pressingly
examined and most insistently repeated and one
In summary, while it appears that both the SHS and the ICS can potentially be Appropriate Technologies, it can be argued that it is the Improved Cook Stoves (or other improved cooking technologies) which are more pressingly
needed in rural Bangladesh and could make the most improvement to the daily lives of rural Bangladeshis, especially women.
And more pressingly
, how much is the monthly rental on the tablet?
Coke explores the past but always remains deeply aware of the pressingly
urgent concerns of her native Jamaica with its social patterns, class divides, racial complexity, and unpredictable twists, turns, and heart-breaking setbacks.
So true indeed did the hope become that to say that Tate was 'influenced' by Poe is to state the case too lightly: Poe was so hauntingly and pressingly
close to Tate that he was like another William Wilson or a Montresor to Tate's Fortunato.
Khartoum refuses to negotiate in good faith on border delineation, oil revenue sharing (approximately 75 percent of Sudan's reserves lie in the South), citizenship and civil rights for southerners who remain in the North, and a host of economic issues, most pressingly
the $38 billion in external debt that the National Islamic Front/National Congress Party regime has run up.
The 1,000 strong Trust reckons it will need to raise pounds 1m to buy Wrexham FC from current owners Geoff Moss and Ian Roberts - and more pressingly
to settle a pounds 200,000 unpaid bill to the taxman.
The issue resurfaced more pressingly
in late 1963 and 1964.