More significantly, they availed it to the optimum for exploring and experiencing new imaginative, artistic and critical approaches which impressed literary perspectives and scenarios not only nationally or continentally
, but rather attracted global attention and appreciation.
Figure 31.1a shows the average anomaly across Australia, which, when continentally
averaged, equates to +2.52[degrees]C.
Both regions display thick early Cambrian (Cambrian Series 1-2) continentally
derived sandstone turbidites, overlain by early to middle (Series 2-3) Cambrian alternating mud-rich and sand-rich units in which manganese is concentrated.
Philosophers of art and aesthetics, whether analytically or continentally
trained, should find the volume useful for the diversity of its perspectives.
In-depth profiles are also presented for continentally
based major players GENCO, Jacobson, Kenco, Kerry, Mainfreight, Norbert Dentressangle, OHL, Toll and Werner among others.
The building bricks that constitute Africa are neither regionally, nor continentally
integrated, as pundits of Africa as the new investment frontier, would want us to believe.
trained physicians, those who wrote about Scotland's three sources of mineral waters were acquainted with both ancient and contemporary literature on the subject and were keen to showcase their favoured source of mineral water as being comparable with the best in Europe.
I suspect his study will appeal to both the analytically and continentally
"Call it Vinaigrette" contains twenty-eight classic recipes for continentally
minded eaters, including Balsamic Vinaigrette, a whimsical Watermelon Vinaigrette, and the richer Warm Maple Bacon Vinaigrette.
Just as the analytic-cognitivist paradigm is previously presented as a critical response to the crisis of the "Grand theory," in Chapters 5 and 6, continentally
oriented film-philosophy is similarly construed as a redemptive alternative to the predominant yet flawed naturalistic film theorizing.
Lithuania's strategy was to develop higher added-value market niches that will precisely call upon the Lithuanian capabilities to create an entrepreneurial economy that is integrated continentally
(7) Antebellum geography textbooks, including Stowe's, conventionally feature sections on the "Races of Men," which are represented as the human effects of a continentally
French wines made in Mediterranean-influenced zones tend to be blends, whereas wines from cooler, continentally
influenced regions tend to be single varietal.
laid-back he may be, but when he embarked on his voyage of discovery to racing's headquarters, it was in the knowledge that the struggle would be greater than that which would face him at home, where uncles, brothers and cousins were all part of the racing scenery.
This planting will reforest a site that has been designed a continentally
important Bird area by the American Bird Conservancy.