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Stephens, R., Roffman, R., Fearer, S., Williams, C., & Burke, R.
(23.) See Russell Weigley, "The American Civil-Military Cultural Gap: A Historical Perspective, Colonial Times to the Present," in Fearer and Kohn, Soldiers and Civilians, p.
RAYMOND FEARER HAD A LONG HISTORY OF NECK AND BACK PROBLEMS AND HAD UNDERGONE MANY SURGERIES.
We acknowledge with appreciation the help of Christine Fearer, who did the calculations reported in this paper, and comments from a referee.
Ellen Fearer of Montana-based Anderson ZurMuehlen also faced disbelievers in her career.
Fearer and Christopher Gelpi Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 2004.
earlier drafts by Michael Desch, Peter Fearer, Bradford Lee, Thomas
Yet the "Cubist" interlocking of struggling figures in these pictures both points back to the crowded icons and prefigures the expressive groupings of El Greco's later work; part of the excitement of the various versions of the Purification resides in the lively oppositions of--say--the man bending forward, crushed into the fearer, with the man with an upraised arm straddling the collapsed woman who echoes and reverses his pose, with the violently scourging Christ, and so on.
"We've organized almost all K-12 units and we're still organizing," adds President Fearer. "In fact, we've just signed up employees of the National Guard Youth Challenge Program."