But if it was for Donald I’m sure it was framed.”
Its cheapest framed share certificate starts at pounds 15.
It framed the prime minister’s statements and his party’s claims as “facts.”
While Alexander’s long missives were framed as scientific concerns, they routinely contrasted with mainstream science.
Against one wall was an iron-framed daybed, upon which a stack of pillows and cushions had been arrayed.
The enormous 80x60cm print comes beautifully framed, with a huge metallic tiger prowling on an unusual khaki-coloured background.
Chinstrap penguins are a little smaller than Gentoo, with porcelain-white faces framed by a delicate black line around their neck.
By employing this kind of language, women themselves are consistently framed as inactive victims with no individualisation or agency.
The dome rests on a series of arches, with 16 at the top and one broad arch framed between two narrow ones in each wall at room level.
The rebellious four – Anglian Water, Bristol Water, Northumbrian Water and Yorkshire Water – framed their arguments as a question of investment.
He framed it as a reset after four years of Donald Trump's America First agenda, pledging to reinvest in alliances and diplomacy, and emphasising democratic values.
The walls of the apartment were covered with plaques and tributes: “Intractable Foe of Vandals and Rapacious Developers,” “In Recognition of Successful Advocacy for Preservation,” a framed letter from Bill Clinton.
The most delicate pressed flowers and foliage have been composed, mounted, and framed as pictures—a practice especially popular with 19th-century Romantics, who preserved floral souvenirs as sentimental personal memorabilia.
Obama framed the new American measures as a response to Russian hacking during the election, the expulsion of Russian diplomats from Washington and San Francisco was described as a response to continued harassment of American diplomats in Russia.
Both the ambition and the critical response were light years from the political debate in Australia, where the major parties argue fossil fuel industries will continue for decades and climate action remains primarily framed in terms of the short-term cost.
This shift was framed by Morrison as a manifestation of the government’s self-evident awesomeness rather than the Coalition bowing to the loud international objections (the word cheating has been used) about Australia substituting accounting for abatement.
WASHINGTON — President Trump on Saturday unleashed an extended assault on the F.B.I. and the special counsel’s investigation, knitting together a comprehensive alternative story in which he had been framed by disgraced “losers” at the bureau’s highest levels.
A few minutes later, Clinton and his caravan charged out of the driveway with motorcycle escorts and travelled approximately one and a half blocks, to the Athens Restaurant, heralded in a framed review as “the best Greek restaurant in Manchester, New Hampshire.”
Against a backdrop of a global pandemic, heightened racial tensions, and widespread unemployment, Donald Trump framed his Democratic rival Joe Biden as the real danger to the country’s safety and economic welfare in his address to the Republican convention on Thursday.
Nonetheless, the fact that essentialist conclusions seem so plausible may be taken as evidence that there exist strong essentialist intuitions, and the arguments from Kripke and Putnam can be framed in non-semantic terms and thereby motivate essentialism directly—indeed many of Kripke's arguments are not framed in semantic terms at all.
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Nonetheless the fact that essentialist conclusions seem so plausible may be taken as evidence that there exist strong essentialist intuitions and the arguments from Kripke and Putnam can be framed in non-semantic terms and thereby motivate essentialism directly—indeed many of Kripke's arguments are not framed in semantic terms at all