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We will redouble our efforts to work cooperatively with landowners, developing management plans and conservation strategies that preserve the naturalcharacter and integrity of thousands of acres.
At the Friendship Store, in the markets, and in some hotels, master carvers can quickly create a personalized chop with the purchaser’s name engraved in any language, including Chinesecharacters, for an inexpensive and unique souvenir or gift.
Selaks has really improved quality across the board and continues with another strong showing in a difficult vintage for Sauvignon: lovely, sweaty Marlborough varietalcharacter mixed with tropcial fruits.
Inventing fictionalcharacters as Morris has done in Dutch , however--clever as it is--seems doomed to fail as a literary device.
There is a wonderful scene, for instance, that comes shortly after the book's centralcharacter, Jim Clark, decides to start a health-care Web site, eventually named Healtheon.
And so, because of an incident that I am just--you know, I made poor judgment also--that I'm not going to sit back and judge the realcharacter that the person might be.
It can however still be described as having a predominantly open, ruralcharacter, though confined by the topography to a small narrow area.
"Half the movies released between 1990 and 1995," says the paper, "featured a majorcharacter who chose to light up on screen, a significant increase compared with 29 percent in the 1970's, according to a recent study at the University of California, San Francisco."
these two stanzas have 19 uniquecharacters, (table 1), i.e.
Each of the three provinces retains its own distinctivecharacter.
be of solid moralcharacter The lessons of old are still the lessons we're trying to teach our children today.
The group makes up 11 percent of the U.S. population, but less than 1 percent of television's leadcharacters.
The waltzing impersonality and blurriness of 2001 make the dismantling of its most humancharacter--the computer HAL--more vivid than any other death in modern movies.
Every island has its own individualcharacter, forged by a unique history and development, in fact the Bahamas could be said to be several different holiday experiences in one country, so it’s important to choose your island carefully to get the kind of holiday you want.
The life and the work are bound together by this singlecharacter trait: not so much the instinct to create as the compulsion to erase.
All this, in fact, is taking Meadow to the verge of becoming The Sopranos ' next great femalecharacter.
The fake ad becomes a moment of dark revelation--a window into John's truecharacter.
But I think it also offered a glimpse of Hatch's dark side--an envy that makes him into a more interestingcharacter than I previously thought.
Mom's dog Millie came across as a more complexcharacter--and a better prose stylist.
His function is essentially to absorb and process white pain, suffering, disease, and guilt, which he does visibly--which is a novel change from the decades of films in which blackcharacters have done the same thing invisibly (is there much difference between what Duncan does for Hanks here and what Poitier did for Steiger in In the Heat of the Night ?).
Even though I guess he's a notch or two to my left, I'd vote for him happily against Hillary or Rudy for practically any office--because he has a sense of humor and seems like a vital, mentally healthy person of strongcharacter.
The Japanesecharacters at the bottom of the title card credit Sedelmaier and his team, who have expertly mimicked the Japanimation style of the original series.
"Hick" is a deeply sympatheticcharacter--from a broken Midwestern home, she knows not only real breadline-and-boardinghouse poverty but also opera and poetry.
The threesome of Harry, Ron Weasely, and Hermione Granger (who is likely to be everybody's favoritecharacter) are believably mischievous, competitive, vain, and, for all their intelligence, prone to childish foolishness (e.g.
Opticalcharacter recognition programs work at 300 to 400 dpi.
Lush Cosmetics was founded in England in 1995 and was the brain child of a very colourfulcharacter by the name of Mark Constantine.
The one-way hash of your file is bb0aa66660074cd3322ff339c7a45d47 TMA CDEs beginning with block, core, or slide and containing underscorecharacters contain a self-describing hierarchical XML nesting pattern.
Eyes Wide Shut (a film that for all its sex tries to show sex is anything but the "gold standard" for a man; the inchoate but strong impulse to break free is what really drives the malecharacter).
Replacement of each unique unit (in this case units are alphabeticcharacters) by a unique binary number - e.g.
The CIA's Directorate of Intelligence retained some of its originalcharacter of a university gone to war.
But I find it so much harder to dismiss than The Green Mile , which doesn't ever risk making the case for its evilcharacters' worldview--and so illuminates nothing.
The multi-argument constructors quote illegalcharacters as required by the components in which they appear.
Reviewers also approve of the eccentriccharacters, especially the 8-year-old LSD-dropping narrator.
The new Confederation Bridge connects Prince Edward Island (at Borden-Carleton) with Cape Tormentine in New Brunswick, raising fears that the island will lose its distinctcharacter.
If you tuned in to C-SPAN, you got to see what all the remaining minorcharacters were up to.
In Slate, Brent Staples finds that the novel's "absence of workaday and historical detail keeps the reader at a distance; many of Morrison's charactersareimpenetrable to the mind's eye."
In the opening scenes, for instance, even as McTeer enacts Nora's dependence on her husband, she shows the cunning that is the only outlet for the character'sacute and sensitive mind--submission as manipulation.
Despite the extraordinary intellectual and technical achievements in bioengineering and other biological disciplines, human knowledge is fragmented, our ingenuity is limited, and our moral characterisambiguous.
But McCarthy's charactersarebarbaric--sometimes nobly so--if nothing else, and regresar is exactly right here.
In fact, all the charactersarebrilliant creations - totally farcical, but tragically familiar.
The notable thing for me about the "Left Behind" series--beside the fact that few in the secular media have noticed that millions of Americans are busy reading books warning about the imminence of one-world government, mass death, and the return of the Messiah, is that all the Jewish charactersareChristian.
"The physical appearance of my charactersiscrucial to gaining the acceptance of the audience, and I have therefore decided to cast a few dead actors.
MobileNote Direct enables your email to be sent to your Telecom mobile phone where you can then preview upto the first 160 characters on the phone's screen (actual number of charactersisdependent on the model of your phone).
If the list of charactersisempty (i.e.
German has no pure accents that I can think of (other than the occasional diaeresis in foreign proper nouns, such as Israël ), but it has one very common ligature and, of course, the umlaut which is much like a digraph—in fact, these charactersareessential to proper spelling, and it is for that reason that a dropped umlaut may be seen as an offense.
As her husband, William Hurt is an expert at appearing to think deep thoughts, but the character'sgroggy pretentiousness and the actor's merge uncomfortably.
The reviewers have some reservations: The moral deterioration of the charactersishard to watch, and the inevitability of the plot's outcome can be stifling.
That is owing in part to the lack of sophistication among type designers and, undoubtedly, in part to the changes in spelling practices, even in Britain, where the digraphs are gradually being replaced by a single character, usually e. (We had to abandon our customary style of referring to characters by setting them in italics because the charactersareindistinguishable.
In educating the whole person we integrate the spiritual dimension so that the Special Characterisintegral to the daily life of each girl and staff member.
Some say a miscast Travolta fails to convey the finer points of his character'sinternal struggles.
Compare Norton to Tom Cruise in the early scenes of Born on the Fourth of July (1989), in which the actor telegraphs like crazy that his character'sjingoistic declarations are bull.
My characteriskind, cheerful, sympathetic, correct, quiet, romantic.
In Gattaca , as well as in lots of other recent films and books, artists have dreamed up complex nightmares of genetic determinism, where charactersaremere puppets of their DNA scripts or of the scientists and profit seekers who manipulate them.
Goyenechea Merlot 95 (Argentina) Finding inexpensive pure varietal reds is difficult enough, finding something that has a semblance of varietal characterisnear to impossible.
In the first sequence, Cheung re-creates her character'snocturnal prowl in her own hotel, the camera coiling around her like a boa and hovering breathlessly over her shoulder as she snatches a necklace from another guest's room, then regards it on the rooftop in a cool neon-lit drizzle.
My characterisquiet, kind, gentle, cheerful.
His outstanding ability to blend varietals in a manner that best represents regional style and characterisrenowned.
In most films nowadays, drug use is practically a convention for showing that a characterisseedy or at least going to seed.
The characterisslight, but over a decade of making these wines has demonstrated that they do not diminish with bottle age, rather the converse.
The charactersaresusceptible of either translation according to the tone in which we read the ###.
There is something impressive about a writer so undaunted by a character'strivial unpleasantness, by his daily acts of meanness.
Just as our individual charactersareunique, so our pathways into realisation of these heart-qualities will vary.
The two lead charactersarevicious, crude, solipsistic, and adolescent.
Oak aged characterisacceptable.
The variety of activities soon becomes apparent during the friends' discussions and preparations for the central character'swelcome home party.
Time 's Sheppard says that the novel's "charactersareemotionallyintricate, and its tensions adroitly controlled."
Previous administrations have featured mostly faceless bureaucrats, but Clinton's cast of charactersisendlesslycompelling.
Most critics agree the film is heavy on melodrama, and the father's characterisimplausiblyoverbearing.
His evil charactersaretrulyevil.
I mean, you are playing a characterthat'simmortal, ageless, never been seen before.
Students perform characterswhoareconcerned about traffic flow and the relationship between traffic flow and pedestrian safety.
Note also Saramago's detached melancholy, his brainy anti-elitism, his characterswhoarelovable but archetypal and abstract.
He's taken a characterwho'strulydim and callow and found a way to give him a certain hapless appeal.