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A0U 2457 On the more favoured soil of America, where no medieval ruins bar the way, where history begins with the elements of modern bourgeois society as evolved in the seventeenth century, the working class passed through these two stages of development within ten months.’
A12 1863 Rhapsodie The patterns fill the stage in all its dimensions whilst remaining within the more conventional patterns of older ballets.
A59 434 Rarer species of snowdrops are being indiscriminately harvested along with the more common ones.
A5G 220 It is made all the more unfair by the fact that the institutions have been deprived of any real access to the water authorities.
A6F 1295 In all three cases there has been a marked increase in the proportion who favour the more liberal status quo.
A6W 1113 This isn't the velvet-glove power of a Ferrari or a Lamborghini, not even the more base power of a V8 such as Aston make, it is the bad-boy rumble of the hot-rodder's art — lots in, lots out, speed costs money, how fast do you want to go?
A70 177 If people are made aware that the better the service, the more they earn, then it really is an incentive to work hard and perform well, says Tony, 28.
ACM 330 And so, when faced with something he or she feels unsure about, they seek security from the more confident (and usually more dominant) dog, which has been allowed to learn independence and develop a one-to-one relationship with the owner.
ADC 756 But a dark undercurrent of hostility to sexuality and marriage became interwoven with the more benign attitudes towards the body and sexuality current as late as the second century.
ARC 582 Sussex University was born, with more glitter and publicity than had attended the more earnest first days of Keele, and with a declared mission to redraw the map of knowledge, to challenge the hegemony of the traditional subject, to celebrate a new scientific culture.
ARF 884 Its story is all the more piquant, because the starting point, the harmful substance, was one almost universally regarded as an exceptionally evil human ‘achievement’.
ARJ 1355 The more adequate a man feels, the less likely he is to seek an outside sex partner in order to prove something to himself.
B0N 1601 The more that is done, therefore, to ensure that anti-racist training is task-related rather than theoretical, the more workers may opt for these courses ‘voluntarily’.
B2X 706 The democratic approach is closely related to the more general idea of a blackboard architecture, as used in speech recognition (see, for example, Erman and Lesser 1980 on the HEARSAY-II system) and other tasks.
B34 51 While Mary relegated him to ‘Manchester Warehouseman,’ John preferred the more optimistic ‘Cotton Manufacturer’!
BMN 1407 Small creatures moved and stirred amongst the undergrowth, the snapping of twigs and mysterious rustling noises sounding all the more ominous in the green cold silence of the forest.
BNW 403 Second, most workers believe that the more time they spend searching for a job, the more likely it is that they will obtain one which meets their requirements, particularly in so far as the wage rate and working conditions are concerned.
CD9 1002 It is the kind of judgement that Hunt had in generous portions, and something that makes him, even today, a capable judge of the more refined points of racing on television.
CE7 1567 Some of the more militant resisters complained that they were being ‘diddled’ by the ‘ingenious, tolerance of a state which deprived them of the opportunity, welcomed by Clifford Allen twenty-five years earlier, ‘for the young men or our generation…[to bear]witness to the faith that [was]in them.’
CEE 1281 It is, I believe, this same ‘sthenic spur,’ or determination to survive as a self-defined individual, which causes the anorexic to reject suicide — another form of surrender — and to choose the more arduous life of self-starvation, not in order to die, but in order to live and go on living.
CFX 332 We are aware of the limited value of both as guides to comprehending the true nature of insanity, especially the more positive aspects we see reflected in the creative mind, and we fully agree with Lyndall Gordon who, when writing about Virginia Woolf, comments ‘Our language has, as yet, no term for madness which is not demeaning.’
CM8 211 (The more detailed working of this language-game was explained earlier in this section when discussing an animal's recognitional capacities.)
EEC 335 There is constant pressure from the Treasury, and to some extent from 10 Downing Street, for limiting public expenditure, and for increased efficiency and the more effective use of resources.
EEF 25 The emphasis throughout the chapter is on developments at the world level to provide the backdrop for the more detailed discussions about individual firms and individual states in subsequent chapters.
EUS 762 The operands may be of different lengths; if the first operand is shorter, the computer processes it as if it was extended on the left with zeros; if the second (destination) field is shorter, some of the more significant digits of the result are lost.
EX2 1353 Moreover, given the disparity in actual salaries, it is unlikely that the more general "managerial labour market" constraint on operation is fully effective since, as we said in chapter 3, it is likely that the public sector trawls for talent in a different pool, at least in the UK.6 On the assumption that the people actually being appointed were (unlike their private sector counterparts) altruistic, this would be no bad thing, but it would be foolish to believe altruism were always the case.
FA8 1882 The more common remedies are no less fanciful and voluntarist, from exhumation of the Schumpeterian entrepreneur to proposals for corporate cultural revivalism (see Ray, 1986) and an evangelical faith in the explanatory purchase of ‘economic culture’ in its post-Confucian mode, an explanation to which can be attributed both the ‘decline of the West’and the rise of East Asia.
FB3 581 The more completely and clearly music represents the totality , in all its contradictions, the better — the more autonomous — it is.
FBM 2340 Please return the more recent screenplays, namely Decimator ,Medusa Takes Manhattan and Valley of the Stratocasters , immediately.
FBV 483 …It is manifest that, the more so-called private property the people permit their governments to own and operate, the more important is the right to freely criticise the administration of the government.
FET 21 He would have been lying if he had recorded only the more accessible drama of the painter's electric quarrels with Gauguin in the Yellow House in Arles, the distant necessary brother who supplied paint and love, the severed ear delivered to the whore in the brothel, the asylum fears.
FMN 225 Sir, in making reference to erm policies which erm have relevance to the question of the status of the two sites we're concerned with, I will start with those which are part of the statutory plan, that is to say the North Yorkshire County Structure Plan approved by the Secretary of State, and then proceed downwards to the more recent documents which do not employ .
FPG 1849 Thus, the more suitable the application is for bit-pattern index handling (small numbers of possible attributes), the less suitable it is for inverted file handling.
G08 821 (1973) and Hamnett and Randolph (1983a), much of the urban-rural shift in the more heavily populated parts of the country would seem to comprise essentially suburban movements which have been forced to become ‘exurban’ and inter-urban because of pressure on space.
G1G 1386 In general, the more directly political approach argues that the manner in which the state may compensate for the misery of the periphery is crucial and warrants serious investigation since under certain circumstances it may be possible for state intervention to operate with beneficial, net long-term effects.
GV0 1356 However, the significance of climates of the more remote geological past is greatest in connection with their role in the formation of relief now being exhumed from coverings of later rocks.
H0C 1028 There were, of course, adequate Customs shore controls at ports visited, but we were mainly concerned with the more remote areas and anchorages which tended to be used more and more by the various types of oil exploration craft and drilling rigs when sheltering inside our territorial waters.
H0K 476 This was an unusual step for Polybius, the more remarkable because he had taken part in the destruction of Carthage.
HH3 2971 The more they produce, the more indebted they become.
HL1 2374 Formerly associated with the more radical anti-French, pro-Libyan wing of the VP, Sope (who was released on appeal following his conviction and imprisonment in March 1989 for incitement to mutiny and seditious conspiracy — see p. 36526) entered into alliance with the conservative UMP, the traditional francophone opposition to Lini's anglophone government since independence in 1980.
HNW 2076 The more the threat the less worthwhile, the more time consuming and subjective;
HR3 1737 Perhaps the greatest mistake in the application of GIS has been to allow the glamour of the technology to distract attention from the more mundane, yet vital, aspects of data acquisition and verification.
HTX 1403 Perhaps because it was conveniently placed on the edge of the Old City closest to the modern, developed parts where the more well-to-do lived, there were surprisingly wealthy people in its congregation.
HWD 1491 The fine stone houses that line the High Street reflect the change in architectural fashion from the gabled halls lit by mullioned windows to the more symmetrical tastes of the Queen Anne period.
HWP 236 All the same, there was a good crowd, the more surprising because Francis had not bothered to organise anything properly.
J53 1269 Adorno, says Susan Buck-Morss, argued that "aesthetic experience was in fact the more adequate form of cognition because in it subject and object, idea and nature, reason and sensual experience were interrelated without either pole getting the upper hand in short, it provided a structural model for" dialectical "," materialist "cognition" .
J6N 255 Generally the more information requested the longer it will take for the purchaser and its solicitors to review.
J7C 1100 It is probably fair to say that the shorter the time limit imposed by the clause, the more strictly it will be interpreted.
JYA 242 The more you tell me I won't succeed, the more I'm determined to prove you wrong.’
K1L 1672 The more we know about cars, the less nervous we'll be.