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14) Analogically, allegorically, fragmentarily, the poem tries out ways in which our identification and interplay through pronominal substitution allow us to speak and act for each other.
Thereinto, litter size was the number born alive because the total number born in the raw data set was recorded fragmentarily in the earlier period.
0 applications thus offer an unrecognised, and only fragmentarily realised potential to rebuild social capital and augment trust and trustworthiness.
Science itself is not salvific, to be sure; but by relieving human suffering and enhancing human flowering, medical science fragmentarily incarnates ahead the grand healing that is God's eschatological promise" (pp.
12) Employing Lacan's concept of identity construed out of the self's progress from the non specular, multiple and non-representational Imaginary to the self-mirroring and integrated Symbolic, Irigaray (1985: 30) observes that the dominant masculine tradition excludes a female imaginary, which "puts woman in the position of experiencing herself only fragmentarily, in the little-structured margins of a dominant ideology, as waste, or excess, what is left of a mirror invested by the (masculine) 'subject' to reflect himself, to copy himself'.
Expressions such as "excellent," "accepted as model," "of enduring authority," and "traditional" all approach the essence of the concept, but fragmentarily.
In his book The Practice of Everyday Life, Michel de Certeau (1984) defines tactics as acts which "insinuate [themselves] into the other's place, fragmentarily, without taking it over in its entirety, without being able to keep it at a distance" (p.
In this regulated environment, play is very much like De Certeau's tactic that "insinuates itself into the other's place, fragmentarily, without taking it over in its entirety, without being able to keep it at a distance.
A civil society denied state and constitutional reforms appropriate to the great changes it has suffered ends by 'reforming itself' piecemeal, fragmentarily, emotively, sometimes blindly or negatively, or by dissociation, withdrawal and escape.
Also it is preserved fragmentarily and by chance, and has only in recent times been redeciphered and interpreted, without the aid of any tradition or gloss" ("Translating" 51).
Unit 731 commander Ishii, who was a medical officer, hand-wrote the memorandum fragmentarily, a copy of which was obtained by U.
A tactic "insinuates itself into the other's place, fragmentarily, without taking it over in its entirety, without being able to keep it at a distance" (De Certeau xix).