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In its stead, he conceived a work in six "branches," a vast and constantly ramifying undertaking intended to engage lived event and memory, nothing less, and governed by layers of writing rules that are sometimes explicit, sometimes (I only imagine) far more covert.
Meanwhile, let's enjoy the ride as we breeze past the hundred-year mark, in the ramifying legend of this vexatious, fascinating American author.
It is very similar to Ashanga clara (fusing with one branch of ScP before reaching the anterior margin); 2) CuA + CuPa[alpha] running for a discernable distance rather than ramifying immediately as in Ashanga clara.
The "Canadian primer" succeeds brilliantly in presenting historical and factual narratives of two ramifying realities of our time: climate chaos and the transition from carbon (oil, gas, coal) to solar energies.
Managing cooperative relationships like those between Canada and the United States is complex, because cooperation creates ramifying connections and relationships that demand ever more elaborate governance.
In Part 1, Read lays out the theoretical foundations of the work, which include many interesting contributions to the debate, the most central and widely ramifying being the distinction between what he calls 'grammatical effects' and 'meaningful consequences'.
His critics are mainly concerned with the endlessly ramifying and permeating discourse of empire; Porter is interested in the extent of consciousness of empire--a phenomenon that is more circumscribed and intractable than any set of imperial discourses.
8,10) Histologically, tumors contain a proliferation of ramifying and anastomosing vascular channels that "dissect" through surrounding structures.
The economy with which the essay delivers such insights makes one feel that one is reading a work somewhere between an article and a monograph--a work that has the focus and sharpness of an article but the fully articulated and broadly ramifying thought behind a monograph.
Deep planted and long gone, my coeval Chesnut from a jam jar in a hole, Its heft and hush become a bright nowhere, A soul ramifying and forever Silent, beyond silence listened for.