Maureen Orth, on the other hand, is a writer with definite pretenses
to journalistic objectivity.
In Close's images, any pretense
to civic virtue and dynastic legitimacy--important qualities of 19th-century American portraiture--has been drained away.
And now it appears we have abandoned the pretense
of elected officials leading the state in favor of a system of putting everything to the vote of the people.
And so much for the laughable pretense
that the BRU represents riders at all.
But the defense of the lawyers was that Aquino allowing Purisima to join the meeting 'was not, by itself, a pretense
or a false misrepresentation as Purisima was lawfully entitled to act as PNP chief at that time.
Children's Play, Pretense
, and Story: Studies in Culture, Context, and Autism Spectrum Disorder
It explored whether the assertions of theorists such as Piaget, Vygotsky, and Erikson regarding the facilitative effect of games with rules and pretense
on moral development could be supported in a retrospective longitudinal study.
CDATA[ When it comes to Israel, even academics, people who have chosen as their lifeas work scholarly discussion and open inquiry, are perfectly willing to vitiate what the academy is supposed to represent and abandon even the pretense
of honest debate.
To deal with the challenges Putnam presents, we will introduce the basics of our pretense
account of truth-talk, supplement it with our pretense
account of proposition-talk (specifically, as it operates in meaning attributions), and explain how this combination resolves the tensions we find in Sellars's views while avoiding the further problem we think he faces.
PNN On Sunday 26th May, Israeli Occupation Forces razed Palestinian-owned land in Hebron and Nablus under the false pretense
of "searching for ruins".
Voluntary parting with any property by you or anyone else to whom you have entrusted the property if induced to do so by any fraudulent scheme, trick, device or false pretense
Imaginative representations are crucial to the generation of action both pretense
and plain action.
To be precise and consistent, the term pretense
is used here to refer to only and all nonliteral play behaviors.