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The history of civil rights and environmental history are interfused.
Professional organizations, such as SPOD, are repositories of organizational knowledge, and, interfused with professional ethics, offer members menus of "what works" and what does not.
Such assertions place him in the panpsychist tradition that maintains the presence of spiritual mentality interfused with matter.
According to Soriano, the millennials' top choice would be to live in a thriving, mixed-use community interfused with residential projects, offices, and commercial areas as these make living in a condominium unit highly convenient.
The difficulty of the kinetic programs gradually increased during the research, medical gymnastics programs being interfused over the course of a week with those of cardio training, all tailored to subjects 'age, training degree, and last, but not least, to potential disorders.
Gilbert White instead offers "something far more deeply interfused," along the lines of Wordsworth, but more.
The unmasking of the "radical" nature of moral evil suggests that its identity is deeply interfused with a degradation of the self--a transformation into a kind of soulless (hollowed-out) Golem, who at best can only fake "being human.
Eventually, memory, historical acumen and imagination were interfused, reflecting in a chapter of her memoir as well as novels.
It is in and from that setting that the speaker had his escapes into memories of the landscapes of earlier days and into moments of recreated joy in which the aesthetic, the psychological, and the mystical became interfused.
The Wingfield apartment is in the rear of the building, one of those vast hive-like conglomerations of cellular living-units that flower as warty growths in overcrowded urban centers of lower middle-class population and are symptomatic of the impulse of this largest and fundamentally enslaved section of American society to avoid fluidity and differentiation and to exist and function as one interfused mass of automatism.
Cali's article on Marcel, the French existentialist philosopher, spotlights presence and intersubjectivity, which are two interfused aspects of human interality.
Rather, it is a hypermodern or postmodern view of an active, dynamic, unstable human society and technology, increasingly deeply interfused with and indiscernible from more-than-human nature.