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We went through several weeks of very intense negotiations whereby the $20 million got narrowed to $5 million and we began to have some hope that the last $5 million might be bridgeable and that the deal might be closed.
Despite Frum's devotion to the GOP, the gulf between his ideas and actually existing Republicanism may not always be bridgeable. He can barely countenance the idea that the 2012 Republican nominee might be Rick Perry, and he is convinced the Tea Party phenomenon is more transitory than it seems.
The difference is bridgeable, thanks in part to the fence.
Therefore, the maximum bridgeable gap for PC with 0.05 wt% CB was determined to be 0.2 mm at a power of 12 W.
The gap between the theoretical and empirical parts of the book is no doubt bridgeable but I am not convinced the construction here achieves this.
In his report, Lamy focussed on the impasse in reductions in industrial tariffs (known as the NAMA issue) and found gaps between developed countries and major developing countries (China, India, and Brazil) to be "not bridgeable today."
The gaps between the developed countries and major developing countries like China, India and Brazil, are being viewed as non bridgeable today-that is 10 years after the Doha Round began in 2001.
"I believe we are confronted with a clear political gap which, as things stand, under the NAMA framework currently on the table, and from what I have heard in my consultations, is not bridgeable today," Lamy added.
Environmental genotoxicants/carcinogens and childhood cancer: bridgeable gaps in scientific knowledge.
Do you think the rift between Fatah and Hamas is bridgeable under the current circumstances?Nusseiba: The rift between the people of Fatah and Hamas is certainly bridgeable.
However, with the politicization of these categories in the twentieth century, differences became less bridgeable.
"I don't deny there are differences in our positions, but I believe they are bridgeable," Peres was quoted as saying by the AFP.
Interestingly, the battles between critical sociology and the mainstream during the 1960s and 1970s were more bridgeable, even though they spoke to deeper real-world political rifts than do today's disputes (for a series of examples, see Calhoun and Van Antwerpen 2007).
In my opinion, Geertz's rhetoric of "a single attitude" or/and "illuminating connection" is more a convenient methodic presumption than an articulated theoretical device able to convince Schutz that his ontological break is after all bridgeable. Here, it is worth adding that I also consider that the actor-observer epistemic continuum is a pragmatic premise being uncritically absorbed in traditional anthropological studies.
In his words though: "the separation between scientists and non-scientists is much less bridgeable among young than it was thirty years ago".