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And it seemsincreasingly clear that the effects on productivity of computerization and the Internet are real and not temporary blips.
This seemsgenuinely unprecedented, and it may be one of those inexplicable phenomena the culture likes to toss our way every now and then.
Whether all this buying and selling makes economic sense seemssomehow beside the point.
Interestingly, the history of a sequence seemsrelatively important in determining its codon and amino-acid usage.
But it's said to be otherwise soporific, with too few action scenes and characters who seemoddly cavalier about their impending death.
[ 15 ] Taken at face value, these definitions seemmerely to say that EBM is the wise use of the best evidence available.
The fraud charge seemsequally spurious, since Monsanto has been straightforward about its testing procedures.
He seemsvaguely to believe that there is too much money in politics, corporations are too powerful, welfare reform was wrong, and race is a big problem.
In the '60s and '70s, the danger of assassination seemedsuddenly to expand--Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert Kennedy were murdered in 1968, George Wallace was crippled in 1972, and Gerald Ford was targeted twice within three weeks in 1975--and the Secret Service's custodial duties expanded accordingly.
Keyes is an intelligent man, but tonight he seemedtruly deranged.
I can't think of a way to request this without seemingoverly impressed with myself and my degrees.
Sellers want to go where there are the most buyers, and buyers want to go where there are the most sellers, and therefore the positive feedback loop here seemspractically unbreakable.
If one of the dominant motifs of Lacan's early life is his contempt for his father, as it is in this account, then it can seemvirtually inevitable that his early work was about the terrible cultural consequences of the "weakening of the father imago" (there were no strong fathers anymore), and that much of his later work should be obsessed by what he called "the-name-of-the-father" and the symbolic significance of the phallus.
They may not realize their complicity in a movement that seemslikely ultimately to take such freedom away.
But this seemsill-advised.
But the newspaper's practical advice to the public seemedexcessively relaxed under the circumstances, saying merely that flu symptoms include fevers and chills and can take as much as two weeks to recover from.
But these photographs, seen against the backdrop of Avedon's protean career, seemstrangely cold and disembodied.
It's hard to write about this performance, because it's so natural that it looks tossed off, and especially because Witherspoon, quite deliberately, doesn't put across much presence --compared with an old-time star, or a technical wizard like Meryl Streep, she seemskind of small.
Given the large number of experiments used to derive the ADI, such an approach would seememinently feasible.
That style translated into book form, however, makes this book seemgreatly overwritten.
The strength of this agreeable comedy, directed by Simon Shore from a screenplay by Patrick Wilde, is that it makes even the tiniest sexual encounters seememotionally momentous.
Her well-crafted remarks also seemedultimately dwarfed by the setting and by the event she herself had caused to happen.
Michiko Kakutani seemsdownright irritated: "The volume is basically a case of a skilled writer lazily using his sleight of hand to toss off what (with two or three exceptions) are pure exercises in craft" (the New York Times ).
It seemeddoubly odd when months came where the secretary forgot to put the requisition through.
Even when they do manage to focus on celebs who have actually worked regularly in the last, say, 10 years, the tabs seemuncommonly fixated on looking backward.
Whilst on the face of it, the request can seemreasonably straightforward but there are a number of risks associated.
The guy behind the counter, a slightly dissolute ski-bum type, seemeddisturbingly interested in E. And E seemed disturbingly interested in him.
As a moral argument it seemedscandalously trivial, and as a debating point it seemed like moving the goal posts.
So far, it seemspoorly organized.
(This is partly why the Merrill ads, which seem to want to be clever, end up seemingweirdly self-defeating.)
This happy situation was possible, he felt, because extralocal government seemedbarely present.
All of this, though, is a far cry from saying that all of us who use the Net or discount brokers are day traders, which is what the Times seemspositively bent on saying.
Although Lana knew Brandon for only a month before his murder, the filmmakers make their relationship seemlonger and more serious, perhaps to give their affair epic status.
This assumption seemsintuitively right--we no longer live in a print culture, right?--but there's actually very little evidence to back it up.
It is content to examine the American modernists in relation to their far less interesting domestic contemporaries and a broad cultural context that seemsmostly irrelevant to their work.
The real danger to the U.S. economy is Wall Street: The market seemshorribly overvalued, and a crash would be devastating now that so many Americans invest there.
The Internet may seemimpossibly vast to users, but in fact it's quite finite.
In a political context, You're just rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic is another sound bite that now seemsfirmly established in the language.
It seemshardly anyone uses partial-birth abortion, and if it's banned, almost no one will miss it.
Trying to fit in with the "cool" kids, she seemsheartbreakingly defenseless.
The story doesn't note one quarter in which upper lip layering seemspermanently out of fashion: presidential candidates.
Every year, there are probably dozens of exceptions to this rule, but it seemsfundamentally right to me.
The bizarre bit is that this particular quotation--Clinton "rises to the occasion" during important presidential moments--seemsnoticeably ordinary.
To allow her competitors to snipe at her under cover of anonymity seemsexactly the sort of thing Brill started his magazine to nail other journalists for doing.
Napier retailer and city councillor Tony Jeffery has been the most vocal in support of the development of a commuter carpark, but Napier city councillors seemevenly divided on the issue.
It seemscounter intuitive, doesn't it.
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