||The book explores some of the biggest ideas in contemporary physics and how they undergird such everyday matters as risk assessment, logic and even our understanding of beauty.
||The reasons why a greater dorsolateral prefrontal cortical thickness might undergird and promote psychological recovery are apparent, the researchers noted.
||So what are these revolutionary ideas that make up and undergird the tea-party movement? Well, it's this: all men and all women are created equal.
||They also lost sight of three T's that undergird markets: trust, transparency, and truthfulness.
||It is our brains that are responsible for the complex social organization and the accumulation of technical, economic and scientific advances that, for better and worse, undergird modern civilization.
||In the authors' view this is tragic, given that the fundamental principles of logic continue to undergird the law and guide the thinking of judges.
||Anarchist principles undergird contemporary radical social movements of the left.