By frustrating their intended efficiency to create other narratives, Slominski underscores
the silence that surrounds every package that has arrived safely at its final destination.
In spite of human limitation and weakness--which underscores
the need for the activity of God in Jesus Christ
The associations they uncovered, although modest, underscore
the need for careful evaluation of this issue.
The first Stage 1 episode in five years underscores
the need to aggressively pursue additional pollution control measures, especially for air pollution sources under federal and state jurisdiction,'' Wallerstein said.
Older constructs, often colored by confessional biases and focusing on the Inquisition, the Council of Trent, papal monarchy, and Jesuit "shock troops," tended to underscore
the failures of a monolithic and repressive Catholic church fighting to overcome Protestantism.
Essays on revolutionary culture expressed in spontaneous grassroots public meetings, street politics in cities and villages, revolutionary festivals in Tuscany and Baden, the continuity and potency of revolutionary language, and the relationship between rumors and police spies during the Second French Republic underscore
the exceptional wave of participation in public life during the Revolutions of 1848.
All of this only underscores
yet another danger of President George W.
Indeed, the event underscores
the success The Mendik Company has had in positioning the Decorative Arts Center as the most prestigious address for the decorative arts trades.
Tim, a Purdue University graduate with 18 years' experience in mechanical goods compounding, underscores
our commitment to having knowledgeable technical support only a phone call away.
Johns Manville is committed to its customers and the markets of Asia; this new investment underscores
our goal to significantly grow our presence in Asia.
For Catherine Belsey, the riddle of the caskets in The Merchant of Venice may be about the very nature of desire while the dosing riddle of the ring underscores
the multiplicity of Portia's sexual identity, a potentially anxiety-inducing multiplicity arising from sixteenth-century redefinitions of the identity of a wife.
And yet ``Good Fences'' misses being a genuinely important movie by only a fraction, as even in its narrative missteps it underscores
how vexingly difficult it is to have a sane discussion on race in America (maybe Trent Lott should host screenings).