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However, the exhortatory tone of the Code is, of course, underpinned by the imposition in the Act of criminal sanctions for failure to report.
The cultural and linguistic markers that are apparent in this discourse consist of evaluative clauses, false deixis, exhortatory passives, code-switching, and lexical choices indicating gender identity.
His romance not only makes the same points bur needs to be read in the context of his own conversion and his other apologetic and exhortatory writings.
49), 'agitprop'--which originated in the 1920s with the formation of Agitation and Propaganda Department in the Soviet Union--is a term that has come to be used in theatre for development to describe 'not only those plays that have a political content, but all plays used as development communication, that are message-oriented and exhortatory, rather than focusing on a process of community analysis and community decision-making.
One might also hope there is a scarcity of exhortatory words such as "must" and "should" and more use of "what", "how", "where", "when" and "who".
The Schools competition convention of composing around an exhortatory 'theme' has become characteristic of the traditional MDD genre as a whole, and this has made the gente useful to many government and NGO initiatives.
Using a rather disconcerting number of exhortatory exclamation points to do so (and retaining them for later chapters), editor Kiesner (entrepreneurship, Loyola Marymount U.
however: "Some scholars understand it as an exhortatory rather than
Some readers will find the confessional and exhortatory elements of History Matters uncomfortable, but so they should.
Verses 12-17 develop the dual theme of objective work and its subjective interpretation in the description of idols, without the discursive exhortatory tone, but with a regular descriptive structure (he makes, bows down, worships) of the activities performed.
This understanding is shown in his encouraging and exhortatory address to the disciples when he points out "we must go through many hardships to enter the kingdom of God" (Acts 14:22).