PROSE


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PROSEPrevention and Observation of Surgical End Points (breast cancer study group)
PROSEPartnership for Reduced O&S (Operations & Support) Costs Engine (M1 tank engine)
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243 Prose Yr 10 and 11 (Welsh Learners): 1, Robert Duffy Ysgol Uwchradd Botwnnog, Cylch Llyn, Rhanbarth Eryri; 2, Charlotte Nelms Ysgol Uwchradd Botwnnog, Cylch Llyn, Rhanbarth Eryri; 3, Khadija Jamal Ysgol Uwchradd Caerdydd, Cylch Dwyrain Caerdydd, Rhanbarth Caerdydd a'r Fro.
Lanham suggests that writers may find Lard Factors between 33 percent and even 50 percent when making first efforts to tighten their prose.
To read the gushing foreword by novelist Thomas Mallon, one would believe that the only reason the New York Times stayed afloat in the 1990s was due to the scintillating prose of McG.
Mangan's prose writings, however, though "perhaps interesting on the first reading," are, for Joyce, "in truth, insipid attempts.
When Pound belatedly discovered the book in 1941, it came as something of a revelation: Here was the Wessex of Thomas Hardy hallucinated into a dreamscape whose fragmented cadences recalled the prose of Joyce, Wyndham Lewis, or Celine.
The evidence for this amazing reversal can now be found in Lhamon's new volume Jump Jim Crow: Lost Plays, Lyrics, and Street Prose of the First Atlantic Popular Culture.
With self-mythology his biggest talent, Bukowski was marketed (we use the term loosely) in the '70s as a ``skid-row poet'' whose prose rose like a noxious gas from downtown streets; manifestos from society's forgotten corners.
The novel is beautifully written, although the prose is difficult to follow at times.
Although prose is not as developed as poetry among writers living in the West, thirteen writers are mentioned nevertheless, including Uladzimier Slucanski (1927-95), Mikola Celes, Alaksandra Sakovic and Katus Akul, among others.
While admitting that there are as many kinds of muses as there are individual women, Prose offers generalizations that simply don't hold up.
The book is composed of a first section of six essays on Adnan as a poet and artist; a second section is made up of six essays on her most important prose work, the prose-poetic document called Sitt Marie Rose, a deeply moving homage to a woman political activist who fell victim to middle-eastern fascism.
Mark Pryce's Literary Companion to the Lectionary gathers poems and prose that may inspire new insights and nourish renewed engagement with the Bible readings in the Revised Common Lectionary.