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Dans un premier temps, la nation civique est comparee a ces << autres communautaristes >>; dans un deuxieme temps, le vocable de groupes est remplace par celui de Communaute (avec un C majuscule), qui ne designe plus les groupes minoritaires, mais circonscrit la communaute canadienne charniere : la nation pancanadienne.
Les premiers criteres a la lumiere desquels la divulgation des renseignements precontractuels doit etre faite evoquent la presentation <<evidente et intelligible>> de ces renseignements, l'absence de precisions complementaires forcant le recours a l'acception courante de ces vocables pour en saisir l'essence.
Contrairement au sens de "Persans" donne au vocable dans certains espaces geohistoriques, c'est sur la base du contexte culturel et linguistique africano-berbere que nous choisissons de rendre le mot de 'Agam par "non Arabes", c'esta-dire ceux qui etaient Africains et done ne parlant pas la langue arabe.
Similar vocables occur in this position at the end of every Jurtbirrk song verse.
L'auteur releve l'usage du vocable africain par les acteurs qui ont domine la scene politique sous la revolution haitienne.
Prince imitates a guitar sound with repeated vocables "ta-t'na," performing a harmonic line from the instrumental interlude of a popular song, "Gomo m'sina muchero" (Hill Without Fruit).
It is one of those dense, polysemous vocables Hill has always loved and used in his verse; immediacy combined with covert, if not secret, allusion has fortified Hill's work from the outset.
Is the hand just a hand and not also a certain impudence of spirit that seizes a text savagely, without preparation or teacher, approaching the verse as a thing or an allusion to history in the instrumental nakedness of its vocables, without regard for the new possibilities of their semantics, patiently opened up by the religious life of tradition?
The words "tu" and "vous" could, as vocables, have been anything you like, but the distinction expressed in their relationship is tightly tied to the actualities of French society.
SJL: Traveling south back to Borges, he once insisted that English words lend themselves more to portmanteaus (even though it's a French word) than the more polysyllabic Romance vocables .
La societe marocaine, oE les jeunes occupent une place vitale, n'a que faire des slogans passeistes du grand soir utopique et des vocables figes des discours creux.
Many of the songs, written by Joe and Jesse, are in Abenaki, and combine words and phrases from the language in combination with vocables, or syllables that have no direct translation.