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"The reason we're losing natural capital is because it's free," says Ed Barbier, noting that we often think of conservation in terms of its costs rather than its value, and regard manufactured goods in terms of value rather than their environmental costs.
And I'd rather be known for my career rather than my whereabouts.
Would you rather stay in the classroom?I'd rather have a cup of black tea.
And I was so pleasantly musing over the two men mowing: the young one, with long legs in bright blue cotton trousers, and with bare black head, swinging so lightly downhill, and the other, in black trousers, rather stout in front , and wearing a new straw hat of the boater variety, coming rather stiffly after, crunching the end of his stroke with a certain violent effort.
Through the analysis of specific historical facts, we can obviously find that the incident in 1327 is just a traditional coup d'etat rather than "constitutional revolution" in the modern sense. The impeachment case in 1376 was sprung from conflicts among the noble groups. The impeachment procedure was not standardized, and the outcome lack of effective protection and the constitutional impact was very limited. The incident in 1399 was just Henry Bolingbroke usurp the throne by force, taking advantage of Richard II deserted circumstance, which had nothing to do with the pursuit democratic constitution or against the autocratic rule. It is still a dynasty change in the traditional sense, rather than the so-called "Lancaster Constitutional Revolution".
Some of the great dystopias of the past – I think of John Brunner's novels from the early 1970s– centered on what was then the alleged nightmare of overpopulation; but that was a modernist nightmare, and what we confront today is perhaps not a dystopia either, but rather a certainty lived in a rather different way and with a properly postmodern ambivalence; which at any rate distinctly forecloses the possibility of progress or of solutions.
These are melancholy days; for there is always a certain amount of night even in this madness, there is suicide in this duel, and those words which are intended to be insults-- beggars, canaille, ochlocracy, populace--exhibit, alas! Rather the fault of those who reign than the fault of those who suffer; rather the fault of the privileged than the fault of the disinherited.
The crisis appears to be one of solvency rather than one of liquidity; banks, along with insurers of bonds and other securities, are undercapitalized and so, as I suggested last week, require a capital infusion rather than just a purchase of frozen assets.
What is more ,while England itself substituted for those forms of recourse a procedure of appeal in the nineteenth century ,reserving a procedure analogous to cassation for limited class of case including , most importantly, recourse against the decisions of administrative authorities or tribunals ,in the United States of America the older English forms of recourse-including what is actually now called an 'appeal'to a 'Court of Appeals'-have been developed rather than replaced:for the purposes of this chapter ,therefore ,the American appeal is treated as a form of cassation rather than of appeal.
Mao had always wanted to make China a moral community rather than a democratic state through a "people's democratic dictatorship," in which "people" is just a metaphysical collective noun rather than the citizen group with free right of expression_r and appeals to different interests as in today's sense, with Mao as the moral and political patriarch of a population of 800 million.
- Rather Fuck You
- I'd Rather Be A Man
- I Would Rather Hide
- She'd Rather Fight
- Rather Unique
- I'd Rather Be Broke
- Rather Be Me
- Rather Be
- Rather Die Young
- I'd Rather Go Blind
These are people's lives you are documenting. Beknowledgeable and show respect.
In the history of medicine's intercommunion between China and the other nations,the period of SuiTang Dynasty is an important period.
I know the Great Wall of China.