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How are the variously segregated or discordantly unified disciplines in the humanities and the universities, faculties, departments, and programs that house them of two (or more) minds?
In each, the poets draw, harmoniously and discordantly, from sources as diverse and diasporic as postcolonial theory, the hyperextended line (a term I use for the opposite from fragmentation), work songs, sprung meter, rap lyrics, philosophy, Modernism, digital culture, the Black Arts Movement, folk vernacular, and beyond.
But the majority opinions in Volt and Mastrobuono stated the standard contract rhetoric and then applied federal arbitration jurisprudence discordantly.
Godard separates elements that are usually blended together and discordantly juxtaposes them, so that, in an effect of reciprocal alienation, by their discordance they make one another strange.
The Recondite passage resists interpretation by refusing sincerity: it would be absurd to read it literally because its mode is parody, camp, or irony A subset of figural language, irony names a deviation from the literal, an utterance that signifies beyond, and discordantly against, its apparent surface meaning.
As for outright stumbles, Source Code loses its footing at the end, with a conclusion that strikes a discordantly mushy note after the carefully calibrated procedural that has gone before.
Discordantly, for a study that invokes Fredric Jameson in its very first sentence, textual production is not historicized (one primary text appeared in 1912, the rest cluster in the 1980s and 1990s), leaving important questions about the tradition's chronological sweep and historical pertinence largely unexamined.
Each of these forms uses end-rhyme to group lines into smaller potential units that might interact in various ways with narrative units--concordantly, where formal units and narrative units coincide, or discordantly, where they diverge, or in various types of counterpoint.
A cactolith is a quasihorizontal chonolith composed of anastomosing ductoliths whose distal ends curl like a harpolith, thin like a sphenolith, or bulge discordantly like an akmolith or ethmolith.