In determining whether a reasonable estimate can be made, all factors that bear upon
the quantity of products to be returned should be considered.
If Peterson represents the power gay and lesbian teens can wield through social activism, Nabozny represents the legal force teens and their parents can bring to bear upon
the nation's high schools.
In this and subsequent volumes, including Tigers (1967), High Tide in the Garden (1971), The Incident Book (1986), and Time Zones (1991), Adcock brought a measured, classical detachment to bear upon
the vagaries of emotional experience.
Bracewell is especially accomplished in bringing different historical approaches to bear upon
the subject of the uskoks, with chapters that explore hard military, political, and economic issues, for instance, on "Border Military Systems," on "The Raiding Economy," and on "Military Authority and Raiding." Other chapters study subtle social and cultural issues, for instance, on "Motives of the Uskoks" and on "The Uskok Code." Especially important is Bracewell's discussion of the relation between ideology and the raiding economy, that is, the sense of religious mission on the Ottoman frontier and the distinction between licit and illicit objects of plunder.
She brings this discussion to bear upon
the desire to interpret art, especially as any given artifact might offer a spiritual-depth dimension.
Such musical "use" might bear upon
McNamee's view of their symbolism within the Good Friday Liturgy.
the 'impersonal' rhetoric of literary analysis with the 'personal' voice of the Montaignean essay." He also notes the way in which Delany has brought his sophisticated fictional techniques and tropes to bear upon
his nonfiction writing.
By communicating with residents, Greenthal Management is able to bring many perspectives to bear upon
a given problem.
For example, he brings Clifford Geertz's anthropological sense of cultural relativity to bear upon
Boiardo's moral imagination in an interesting effort to claim more far-reaching implications for the narrative poetry of this Italian humanist.