You see a lot of tall players coming out of college who have been centers, but are so fundamentally
behind everyone else at their position that they are not asked to do much.
Religious thought, closely akin to belief in magic, is fundamentally
at odds with reason and objectivity.
The best way is to find banks whose management can and will fundamentally
restructure the way the bank conducts its business.
A final irony about these counterproductive keywords is that their attractiveness stems from our own sense that we are fundamentally
alien from the American population, that our politics can be validated only by showing that we have support from supposedly more authentic, popular constituencies.
Although agreement about the impact might suggest some degree of reconciliation between opposing camps, the Houston conference showed that the community remains fundamentally
split, both philosophically and physically.
"It is a fundamentally
American belief, this belief in rights; it is what becomes of a nation with a written, amendable constitution and a philosophical affection for individualism.
At the very point where a conventional account of organicism might begin -- with Sullivan and the early works of Wright, Horta, Guimard and Gaudi -- the author concludes with an epilogue describing 'the loss of the spell' -- the replacement of Vitruvian organicism by a fundamentally
different kind based on biological functionalism.
Paine of the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque says the team made a "fundamentally
interesting observation." But, he adds, "This is an unusual form of the material, and its utility remains to be seen."
"These are fundamentally
new materials," claims John W.
Eotvos University in Budapest, "a member of a fundamentally
new group" of oscillating reactions.
"They have a more fundamentally
mammalian way of perceiving."
Penny Early, director of Federal and State Relations for the Washington, D.C.-based American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, says that "other than moving some functions from one block on an organizational chart to another -- and essentially getting rid of the director of NIE -- I don't see anything that's fundamentally