This season's episode about a Native American protest of Columbus Day drove home the point that fewer and fewer groups can lay claim to
the sort of exclusion that once marked much of American life.
He makes the controversial suggestion that nerves in other animals lay claim to
disproportionately large areas of brain surface by showing up early.
In keeping with this tradition, Terry dispenses with the ahistorical source studies typical of scholars professing to lay claim to
the Renaissance forma mentis and its mundus significans.
All told, this is an insult to Brazil, which can still lay claim to
being something of a Third World country.
Twenty families have contacted police to lay claim to
items among the 70 found.
Koch's Warhol indeed provides the denouement to Michelson's special issue: The filmmaker is seen to lay claim to
the strong current of modernism in the avant-garde cinema of the period, a claim that entails both continuity with and development of the work of exemplary predecessors and a squaring with the aesthetic issues of the day.
The first to lay claim to
identifying beta-secretase, at least in public, was a group at Amgen in Thousand Oaks, Calif.
Rhetorically, it makes more sense to lay claim to
a higher purpose worthy of sacrifice, such as educating brutish Americans in the finer things of life.
Descendant of a minor branch of the Medici family, by his patronage Cosimo made a determined effort to lay claim to
Hercules by associating himself with the half-god on coins and medals and in sculpture and paintings.