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Noteworthy, a number of interdictory meetings were held in Jazan, Tabuk, Al Jouf, Al Taif and Najran, and other meetings are scheduled to be held across the Kingdom this year in the Eastern Province and Al Madina in the framework of SCTA's plan to support investors in the tourism sector.
47) In this way, the disruptive potential of the power is depicted as more important than its interdictory potential, a claim which is even more difficult to test in empirical terms than harder edged outcomes such as arrests or convictions.
What Kristeva borrows from Levi-Strauss as the "discreteness of interchangeable units," is recast, in her own writing, as the separating, interdictory gesture of the taboo, its effect of establishing a clearly demarcated inside and outside (61).