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Thus, such device helps the researcher to imaginatively construct a virtual dialogue with the enunciator.
But the act of enunciation may be less visible (receding enunciation), and the enonce may hide the presence of the enunciator and enunciatee (enuncive enonce) at the level of narrative, where the subject of enunciation acts by means of narrator and narratee.
The enunciator constructs itself through its strategies and, at the same time, outlines the model for the receiver, to whom the text is directed.
aims at clarifying the way the text speaks of its speakers(/subjects), by weaving the complex link with the image the enunciator elaborates of him/her self and of the addressee.
Other important measures designed for facilitation of the public include internal announcement and enunciator panels which would guide and facilitate the journalists, visitors and officers and officials regarding the ongoing activities at the Parliament House particularly, the meetings of the parliamentary committees.
108) The decision thus added another level of metadiscourse to the Court's growing consciousness of itself as more than simply the enunciator of constitutional truths; it became necessary for the Court to pronounce not just the rule but the specific time boundaries in which the rule would operate.
The enunciator of the overlaying statement, however, is not in the image.
In medieval texts, he is frequently upheld as a staunch pre-destinarian, a clear enunciator of Sunni Islam.
Therefore, the enunciator may contradict or defend ideas through the use of a given character, transfer responsibilities to it or even omit its existence.
The system also uses easy-to-read, color-coded LightSticks, or an audible enunciator, to convey machine performance to those who work on the shop floor.
This makes it rather ironic that the existing and self-contradictory condition of public political philosophy in most of the Western democracies--the "libertarian socialism" of which I speak--may be seen as a reflection of the same conflicting strands in Mill himself, for in many respects, at least in English-speaking countries, he has been the default enunciator of both trends.