China, on the other hand, appears to favor restoring a Chinese sphere of influence in East and Southeast Asia such as the Middle Kingdom enjoyed anciently
. Under this arrangement, the rules of international interaction would reflect basic Chinese interests.
[Hardy] cleverly sets the heated immediacy of the lovers' plight against the cold permanence of the effigies, the heat of their passion against the "frigid stone" of "stately husbands and wives, side by side as they anciently
"The Asian lineage leading to First Americans is the most anciently
diverged, whereas the Asian lineages that contributed some of the DNA to Eskimo-Aleut speakers and the Na-Dene-speaking Chipewyan from Canada are more closely related to present-day East Asian populations."
He says, "Thirty families choose every year a magistrate, who was anciently
called the Syphogrant, but is now called the Philarch." Then "over every ten Syphogrant, with the families subject to them, there is another magistrate, who was anciently
called the Tranibor, but of late the Archphilarch." This is very much similar to the Headman (Philarch) and the Chief-Headman (Archpilarch) system in ancient Sri Lanka.
(5) Guo Moruo, while maintaining the view of a relation to <[??]>, has instead claimed simply that "anciently
, sui <[??]> and yue <[??]> were to begin with a single character and word" [??].
The clincher is the added observation to the effect that because determinism is true, antecedent conditions never are otherwise, in which case the technical truth of agent proximal counterfactuals about how choices could have been otherwise had their antecedents been otherwise does not amount to anything the agent can get her hands on in order to alter her (anciently
And, why not in this manner this temple composed by astrological figures, that after Ages might apprehend, it was anciently
consecrated to Calus or Calum Heaven?
He is also cited in the entries for the verb to gloam, for clash-clash (idle gossip), for werewolf in the sense of "A puny child or an ill-grown person of whatever age", and for fairy-hillocks, "verdant knolls [...] from the vulgar idea that these were anciently
inhabited by the fairies, or that they used to dance there".
The idea that Tennessee Williams's work was apolitical is one of those canards meant to make great artists neutral in the world according to a willfully shallow measure that seeks to disconnect all art from the world--especially great art--so the rulers can go on with their anciently
normal practice of exploiting and oppressing the majority of people.
Similarly this was used to give ideal child birth anciently
pre organized Matter ,time, action process and adequate mineral component with controlled sound and air has been the pre operative time for an ideal child birth.
Scott explains in the introductory notes to the poem that he drew on the 'customs and manners which anciently
prevailed on the Borders of England and Scotland' (i.e., old Danelaw territory), which he has worked into a poetical framework akin to 'the Ancient Metrical Romance'.
His work, A dissertation on the pageants or dramatic mysteries anciently
performed at Coventry, opened a rich and largely uncharted realm of scholarly research.
Through his respective analyses of their anciently
assumed prerogatives and priorities, Pines exposes unexamined tensions in the kingship ideologies of each of these groups.
As a matter of fact, when we think of India, it will come to our minds that the anciently
historic country is very diverse in its impressions and images.
to 12:30 p.m., the lecture and discussion, "The Land of Unlikeness: How does the Gospel of Mark relate to the Christian assembly, anciently
and today?" will be in the library, Room 203, at Northwest Christian University at 1188 Kincaid St.