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Inside K-pop, K-cinema and K-drama is the ever-present influence of Korean fashion as a constitutive element of that particular "K.
Any amendment or addition should be carefully drafted, each key term must be strictly defined, each constitutive element clearly listed, in order to respect legal certainty and leave no space for an arbitrary interpretation.
In fact, this dynamic was long a constitutive element of the German Reich.
2) the Hungarian features cannot be unequivocally identified, (3) the Hungarian style appears only as an episode, (4) the style hongrois is a constitutive element throughout the work.
The service of charity is also a constitutive element of the Church's mission and an indispensable expression of her very being (ibid.
He links belief, as a kind of action, with knowledge as a constitutive element in any aptly executed action.
In that culture, sexuality, far from being treated as an aberrant constitutive element of human being that required moral discipline, became accepted as the norm.
Thus an antagonism between capital and labor is likely a constitutive element of any conceptualization of Mercier and Sperber's cognitive division of labor (Dyer-Witheford; Vercellone).
argues that perceptions of group conflict are a constitutive element of diasporic identity for both Jewish Israelis and Palestinians living in the United States.
The third constitutive element of Statehood is a government or the political organization of society, which must be independent and have the capacity to enter into relations with other subjects of international law.
Prominent opposition politicians--most notably and effectively, Ronald Reagan--turned Carter's discourse into a pessimistic and constitutive element of the liberal view of America.
The last word goes to the fourth theme--lived performance in theater, dance, and music--beginning with Erika Fischer-Lichte, who argues that the constitutive element in medieval religious plays was their connection to Christian festivals rather than a distinction between theater and ritual.