returned the Jew, finding voice
through the very extremity of his danger,
represents the belief that the visual arts are an expression of peopleAEs aspirations for a more just and democratic society.
Toward the turn of the 20th century, a more scientifically-based concept began to emerge, finding voice
through horticultural societies that favored native species.
Huges; "Dragon Fire: Finding Voice
in the Catskill Mountains," by Leigh Melander; "Deep Song: Envoicing the Motherline," by Marlene A.
as a postparadigmatic researcher and biographer: writing the self and writing the other.
But these are all irrelevant issues and what we should focus is on finding voice
for a billion people," said Gandhi.
For, without finding voice
through the Birmingham Mail, many citizens would struggle to be heard by those in authority.
through authorship of original self-published books, has great potential in addressing these needs of students in today's classrooms.
Her mobile phone hadn't been working and she called Raina after finding voice
messages from Jude on it asking where she had been.
But they are committed to documenting experience as much as they are interested in finding voice
for their anger.
An array of our experiences and visions finding voice
will only make us stronger as a distinctive culture and a people
Or finding voice
stars who could inject some much needed personality dynamics into the characters.
Issues of collaboration, translation, continuity versus originality, oral performance versus written text, run throughout, as does the problem of finding voice
in a divided language, a divided culture.
Critiques of racial essentialism are many, and there is increased scholarly emphasis on finding voice
and telling story, two elements that imbue Gaines's works with their own unique pyrotechnics.
Some hotels are finding voice
messaging can turn a time-consuming chore into a pleasant, trouble-free, automated operation.