It added to Roman imperial propaganda," he concludes.
“To the Muses,” lamenting the death of music, concludes,
Moreland’s argument concludes that trope theory is unintelligible.
So concludes a new report by Bain & Company, an American management consultant.
He concludes by taking the pulse of those societies in the post imperial era.
The book concludes by identifying the “problem of perception” as its encompassing concern:
Simon concludes that, while Bacon was a genius, his vision of lovemaking was not encouraging.
Speaking from his series entitled 'Change without War', he concludes his lectures on international relations.
He further concludes increasing the pool of women faculty had positive social consequences for young women in terms of role models, but
The Times’ leader concludes with the claim that using the past “as a prism through which to interpret current politics is bad history”.
“Statistical offices should incorporate questions to capture people’s life evaluations, hedonic experiences and priorities,” the report concludes.
According to a study published in the journal Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, that recording-breaking average concludes the warmest-ever decade for global oceans.
Signature Theatre Company—which unveils its new Frank Gehry-designed facility next year—concludes the season, which has featured the work of Tony Kushner, its artist-in-residence.
In this interview the pair relate their experiences (one story concerns their co-star Bruce Robinson, future director of Withnail & I) and when asked about the perils of early stardom, Whiting concludes, "It's very hard to know what to do afterwards."
A damning report published on Wednesday by the Commons public accounts committee (PAC) concludes that the Department of Health and Social Care’s decision to prioritise hospitals for PPE meant care home workers and residents were not properly protected.
A centralised system for contact tracing, which it is thought the government may well choose, would result in “significantly greater interference with users’ privacy and require greater justification”, the report – given as a legal opinion – concludes.
“There has been some progress by supermarkets in areas such as removing junk food from check-outs, but our research shows shoppers and industry experts feel there is much more supermarkets can and should do to promote healthier choices”, she concludes.
The report concludes that the arts and culture sector contributes £2.8bn to the Treasury via taxation, and that the sector’s total contribution to GDP, including employment and supply chains as well as the £10.8bn direct impact, amounted to about £23bn.
It concludes that people with learning disabilities are “liabilities” for local authorities and CQC “often sought to export to other areas” while independent hospital have seen them “as a commodity and a source of millions of pounds of income and profit”.
The course will help students to understand important concepts for disease screening programs that are explored through a series of examples most relevant to public health today, and the class concludes with expert interviews that explore vital future topics.
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