Importantly, they may also serve to motivate alumni and other donors (not to mention
legislators) to contribute to your financial aid budget by highlighting the opportunities they have secured for their future with your institution's help.
Although understanding this event was a team competition, I must admit that the show turned flat very quickly and obviously many other punters, not to mention
a few trainers, felt the same.
Furthermore, a good bibliography and index, along with copious notes, make this a necessary book for any Baptist historian's library, not to mention
university and seminary libraries.
Such tasks as capacity and performance planning, not to mention
detailed reports and trend analysis, were inherent in the systems, arming administrators with information about their storage.
More than just a montage of wintry pictures, however, Sokolowski's film by its formal construction explores that nebulous but critical artistic region where abstraction, by some artistic alchemy, actually becomes representation, and vice versa, Influenced by Lawren Harris and Pierre Hebert, not to mention
Michael Snow, Sokolowski's work is an intelligent, even witty a esthetic engagement with not only the landscape we inhabit, but also the protean artistic means by which we represent it.
by looking at texts by African American writers not usually discussed in conjunction with one another and at the legal and historical contexts in which they were produced." The range is wide both chronologically and generically, from Judge Daniel Horsmanden's account of the "legal" handing and burning at the stake of thirty-one slaves and free blacks accused of conspiring to burn and loot New York City in 1741, to slave narratives, and to extensive treatment of works by Delany, Chesnutt, Hopkins, Johnson, Schuyler, Du Bois, Fisher, Hurston, Wright, Motley, Himes, Ellison, and others, not to mention
black comics and gangsta rap, all in the context of American law and jurisprudence.
So does the long discussion of Giotto's Arena Chapel frescoes, not to mention
the still earlier mosaics of the Florentine Baptistery, Kandinsky's Impression no.
In fact, most of us tend to cut back over the holidays to accommodate travel plans, family time, and recovery from seasonal training, not to mention
The strategy, christened "highly active antiretroviral therapy," was disingenuously shortened to HAART, an acronym that appeals to the clever and the compassionate, not to mention
YOU didn't need half an hour to answer the question posed by The Streakers (Wednesday ITV): "What induces perfectly ordinary people to take off their clothes and run naked in front of a crowd of thousands, not to mention
the TV cameras that will immortalise their cheeky dashes?"
In the Church of England, which historically has provided a uni-cultural base for Anglicanism worldwide, there are serious divisions about everything from the ordination of women to the nature of evangelism, from the translation of the Greek word "ek" in the creed to what constitutes acceptable episcopal oversight, not to mention
the questioning, both internally and externally, of that church's political establishment as the officially recognized church and religion of the English nation.
The designer, not to mention
the scenographer or librettist had as much a role to play in the art of ballet as did the composer or choreographer.
Not to mention
that the Philippines was still ranked in 2015 by Transparency International the 95th most corrupt among 168 countries.
Our main concerns are around the fact that our daughter will not get the quality of education East Bierley First School is renowned for at another school, not to mention
the possibly frightening proposal that she could be forced to attend Howden Clough High School at a later date.
Not to mention
the fact that using E85--which in the U.S.