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Few Quattrocento palaces have been explicated in such depth and with such detail.
In "Pause," the final section of one of his most extraordinary interventions, "Day by Day with Roland Barthes," in which he considered, for the French weekly Le Nouvel Observateur, such lovely banalities as the barber's shop, rumor, cherries, movies, napping, Superman, butter, and the look in your eyes, Barthes explicated his project, and incidentally provided a precis of much of the analogous energy behind Warhol's: "For a long time now I have thought of writing as that power of language which pluralizes the meaning of things and, in short, suspends it.
It is explicated that a large proportion of data traffic is being generated by a limited number of mobile broadband users at present.
What: The 1994 Rwandan genocide is explicated in this tale of two brothers, one whose family is targeted for slaughter and the other a hate-radio conspirator.
Again, Corthell would establish a hermeneutic tension by which postmodern criticism and theory (here primarily psychoanalyti cal) may be explicated in terms of Donne's devotional and love poetry, and vice versa.
As though enacting the tortured relationship between form and content, these sculptures emerge from a specific narrative, yet are not fully explicated by it.
Vittorio De Sica's well-known ``The Bicycle Thief'' is also explicated, though Scorsese makes a case that De Sica's ``Umberto D.
That is, his doctrine, as it is well explicated here - that secular literary studies should prepare and ultimately yield to Christian orthodoxy - is thoroughly commonplace.
Finally, in the extremely beautiful Cibachrome on aluminum Toderi explicated th passage of the fairy to whom she has dedicated her attention.
Naturally, however, the real drawing card is the generous selection of clips from the shows, including classics like the Bavarian clock going haywire and the ``This Is Your Life'' parody, in which Caesar plays a man who most decidedly does not want his life explicated on TV, and the monumentally lachrymose relatives who surround him.
However, he does have an obligation to his own scrupulous scholarship, to his scholarly audience, and to the peers who have explicated The Spanish Tragedy before him to cite their pertinent scholarship and to relate it to his insights.
For arch-rationalist Ayn Rand, the summer of 1969 provided the perfect counterpoint of Apollo and Dionysus as explicated by Nietzsche in The Birth of Tragedy: lofty Apollo the god who makes a religion of the state, embodying social order and national greatness; Dionysus producing ecstasy, orgiastic disorders, and fluid boundaries.