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HION: In fact, they brandished the holsters because they wanted the students attending the vigil to believe that they were carrying weapons.
In the twentieth century, in turn, as Victorianism fell out of fas hion, the idea of Georgian Bath again grew popular, especially after World War I.
In the same fas hion, the relatively recent reformation of the public sector across Europe has been bound up with the instruments of management and financial accounting that helped define and realize the more encompassing vision of public organizations as competitive, revenue-earning entities.
Alternatively, management-knowledge entrepreneurs may remain dispassionate, but sensing nascent demand by anxious fas hion followers, they produce discourse that amplifies these anxieties to launch magical, anxiety-reducing solutions more easily (McAdam, McCarthy, and Zald, 1988).
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Sadly, multitudes have said it more as a ritual than a reality, saying it in "parrot" fas hion rather than in personal petition.
I am grateful to Orit Skutelsky, Margret Hatch, Ruth Bouskila, Naomi Bouskila, and Hion Lee for invaluable assistance and companionship in the field.
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