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Perhaps this is what Wilson means by the sentence as bridge carrying meaning; the short and almost inconsequent independent clauses become the structure upon which hangs the significance of the passage itself.
The 'kindness' of the father and child walking the beach together, 'an inconsequent pastime', culminates in '[m]eaningless[ness] but for individual pain / No death, no birth relieves or lunar pulses drown'.
Notably, in the Afrikaans version of the book the offensive term remains, which may seem inconsequent, taken into account that the Promotion of Equality and Prevention of Unfair Discrimination Act of 2000 declares the use of words such as kaffir, hotnot and coolie as hate speech (BBC News).
He shifts his identity with the inconsequent coherence of a reverie.
Elle se deploie contre un certain positivisme formaliste trop etroit et un principe de deduction trop inconsequent, cela dans l'objectif de maintenir la science juridique en phase avec les phenomenes sociaux (107).
And just before the end of this finely structured film, there is talk of the weather, inconsequent talk that implies only continuation, the kind of talk we hear at the end of Ozu's Tokyo Story (Tokyo monogatari, 1953).
Bien plus qu'un inconsequent jeu de mots, la metaphore s'avere au final riche de sens.
If so, is humanities or humanistic scholarship inconsequent today?
It would be quite inconsequent in deciding that (semiprofessional and professional) sporting activities constitute an economic activity and therefore fall within the scope of the Treaty but the rules establishing the access and the conditions to engage in this (economic) sporting activity falls outside the scope.
51) De Matons (note 1) 211 has sufficiently and correctly referred to this inconsequent disposition on the part of the soldiers.
came straight over and, in the most inconsequent way in the world, clasped her in his arms a moment and rubbed his beard against her cheek.