The third seems to be nothing more than a re-statement
of the fourth of the Treasurer's reasons/excuses listed above.
In what is regarded as the largest ever re-statement
of the co-operative difference, the Group, the UK's largest consumer-owned retailer with annual sales of almost GBP8 billion, is set to re-inforce its position as the UK's number one community provider.
Rise was followed by Cities and the Creative Class, a more succinct though considerably drier re-statement
of the same basic ideas.
The speech offered no new policies or course corrections, and for the most part was a re-statement
of the ideas and language which Bush has been employing for two and a half years to explain the war and assert that it was an integral part of a broader struggle to protect the US from terrorism.
He gave the faithful a new catechism of the Catholic Church, a re-statement
of basic belief and 'a sure and authentic text for teaching Catholic doctrine'.
In 1993, the 25th anniversary of Humanae vitae's re-statement
of the teaching, he said, "Everyone in the church is called upon to begin again" (PM, March 22).
Postwar Academic Fiction provides a useful introductory overview, a careful and sympathetic re-statement
of the ethical and professional dilemmas negotiated by the fictional intelligentsia; but the questions it raises over the complex affiliations between academic institutions and literary genres are worthy of a more searching investigation.
But it's not hard to spot the subtext when Boyd says of the new five-year relationship with the Kennedy Center: 'It's a re-statement
of faith in our future by one of the world's leading arts centres: that's good for us everywhere.
It is a tautological re-statement
of the wish that the problem be solved.
First, translation exchange rate risk is a result of the re-statement
of the financial statements of foreign subsidiaries into parent currency terms for the purposes of consolidation.
of the tenement type, which has been the matrix of European cities since Roman times, brings new urbanity to the shores of the Sound.
The book is a re-statement
of the case for nuclear disarmament to be driven and inspired by one major nuclear state - Britain - leading the way and dragging the others behind it by example.