But the clearest
of all is a man wanted for alleged criminal damage to a Renault Modus car on Acre Street, Lindley, near Huddersfield Royal Infirmary.
More popularly, this is known as "failing to see the forest for the trees." The clearest
example of this is the Anglican fetish for structure over substance, for rules over truth, for procedures over orthodox faith.
He shows everyone and every institution in the clearest
and, perhaps, harshest light.
This antimodernist tendency is clearest
here in conceptual work like Graham's Homes for America, 1966-67, which, appearing just before his related magazine project of the same name, presents washed-out, discolored images of New Jersey housing developments taken with an amateur point-and-shoot Instamatic camera.
At seven stories, it's not the tallest newcomer, but it may be the clearest
and the most glowing.
I am the Life." Jesus is the best, clearest
face God has ever shown us.
X-ray telescopes have captured the earliest and clearest
view of the core of a gas cloud about to transform into a star.
When you click on the icon to launch it, a wizard steps you through the setup, giving you a choice of several samples of type (see screenshot below); picking the clearest
triggers an automatic fine-tuning of your screen display.
Perhaps the clearest
sign that continental Europe's institutional investors are committed to taking decisive steps to improve performance in final salary plans is the year-to-year decline in government bond allocations.
Psychologist, educator, and author Lawrence LeShan skillfully presents complex theoretical concepts in the clearest
possible language, in this welcome contribution to new age studies shelves.
BUT THE CLEAREST
EXAMPLE OF DIVINE INTERFERENCE HAPPENED one moonlit night when I was driving in Wyoming.
He gives the clearest
description I've ever read of how appetite control works for animals in their natural environment--and how it should work for humans.