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nounPlural lacunae, Plural lacunas
- If the lacuna is to be filled, Parliament must do it, not the Courts.
- However, this important work need not be justified on the basis of its filling a lacuna in past literature.
- This volume, with contributions by some of the leading scholars in the field, seeks to fill in the lacunae in both areas.
- The interesting thing with pattern, to take the metaphor of the weaving one step further, is that given an overview of a pattern we can fill in the lacunae, and at times we only need a fragment to apprehend the whole.
- In order for some course of action to count as one of my alternatives, it must be a course of action that I would regard as possible even if all such mistakes had been corrected, and all the relevant lacunae in my knowledge filled.
- There are many lacunae in the existing laws of the land, he said.
- Nevertheless, whatever the terminology employed, the fact remains that gaps or lacunae have been filled by resort to those principles.
- It is precisely in this area that the present study has attempted to fill an important lacuna in the research literature on abstinence-based pregnancy prevention programs.
- Thorne's work fills an obvious lacuna in British social history.
- This reasoning in the Minister's speech, if it is legitimate to refer to it at all, does not show that the new section filled a lacuna in the previous statute.
- With many European metal bands not choosing to incorporate folkish melodies, there existed a lacuna waiting to be filled.
- Wolf-Wendel and her colleagues fill an important lacuna in the literature, examining dual-career policies from the perspective of institutions and policy makers rather than the individuals who utilize them.
- He has suggested that the time may now be ripe for the passage of a Council regulation to cope with the existing lacunae of Community law on state aids.
- Fill the lacunae in your inspiration by tidily copying out what you have already written.
- Lance Hill's book is the first full account of the group and fills a major lacuna in the history of the era and the movement.
- In this provocative study, Newhauser fills a lacuna in historical scholarship even as he provides insight for the nonhistorian.
- Despite this concern, the duo remain extremely adept at creating lacunae at the heart of their music, spaces into which you can project your own feelings and memories.
- The new book by Don Coerver and Linda Hall, Tangled Destinies: Latin America and the United States will go a long way to fill this lacunae.
- Thus, divergent growth apparently prompted offsetting, in order for the coral to maintain the lacuna and occupy the space around it.
- Marg's new book is an attempt to fill the lacuna, and comes 25 years after an earlier study titled Homage to Jaipur.
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