The present paper is concerned with the conditions under which individuals introduced separately become available for reference by means of plural pronouns.
Though the books present papers and borders together, study them separately.
In the present paper I shall allow myself to use the word Jew as if it stood for both religion and race.
The papers however uniformly present Lewinsky as confident and articulate, even seemingly older than her 25 years.
The symposiums include a conference where scholars present papers on the year's topic.
With this in mind, the present paper is designed to accomplish two purposes.
This, then, is the object of the present paper.
The association sponsors a student essay contest, where first and second prize winners present papers at the annual conference.
I much like the term post-Pliocene, and will use it in my present paper several times.
One issue that cannot be fully resolved in the present paper concerns the continued existence of the higher order dynamic wealth terms in (2.3).