He lumps together
Israel, the West Bank and the occupied West Bank, which makes some of his points difficult to understand.
She lumps together
"late-nineteenth-and early-twentieth-century reformers ...[who] advocated a social casework approach--individual interaction between a patient and professional--to "aid the poor".
Joe Watson, CEO of Strategic Hire, a Reston, Virginia-based diversity consulting firm, explains, "Most people, particularly rank and file [employees], have been through diversity training that often lumps together
EEO education or affirmative education with sexual harassment training.
Zoch lumps together
the Fordham Foundation report "Better Teachers, Better Schools" and the National Commission's "What Matters Most" as reports that assume a direct causal relationship between a teacher's actions and the students' learning.
Habib lumps together
the few Africans at court and in London with the growing numbers already captives in the early stages of the slave trade.
Chapter 2 declares a need to redefine classic from its current use as a value judgment to that of a period (1830-1860), a thematic focus (the individual in opposition to slavery), and a "means to distinguish book-length, sell-authored, antebellum slave narratives from those that precede or follow them." However, this noble purpose is mitigated a bit by the chapter's structure which discusses "The Critics and Douglass's 1845 Narrative," then lumps together
Jacobs's Incidents and texts by Brown, Pennington, Bibb, and Craft as "Other Configurations of the 'Classic' Slave Narrative."
``This scheme lumps together
some trivial offences that shouldn't be criminal and some more serious ones that should be and are criminal, and should be subject to the full process of law.
She lumps together
the proposed flag burning amendment, the 1990 obscenity arrest of the band 2 Live Crew in Florida, and the congressional restrictions on NEA funding.
The Tailenders lumps together
Johnny Herbert, Pedro de la Rosa, Marc Gene, Nick Heidfeld and outsider Gaston Mazzacane.
"There is literally no evidence that the measures that OSHA proposed to apply to every office building in the United States will be effective at eliminating the broad spectrum of complaints that OSHA lumps together
under the general rubric of 'indoor air quality problems'," NRC Senior Vice Chairman Edwin N.
If there's an industry benchmark for reserves, it's probably about 2%-3%--though that number lumps together
the experiences of some very dissimilar companies.
NASA launched 41 Explorer satellites in its first decade (1958-'67), 27 of which related to what the CES lumps together
as the earth sciences.
That doesn't mean it isn't valid, but it does mean that ecologists and environmentalists can't simply justify their preference for native species on the basis of economic fiddling that willy-nilly lumps together
basically benign alien species along with bad actors.
Where Screech talks about how Montaigne "lumps together
" certain of Plato's remarks with Mahomet's, the translators offer us "associe" (172).
In the same vein, Callahan regularly lumps together
choices made by consumers with choices made by governments.