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The films of Michelangelo Antonioni and Andrel Tarkovsky, on the other hand, exemplify a weak cinematic narrative, [29] which is based on improvization, and creates a deliberate distance between the image and the narrative with the intention of weakening the logic of the story and thus creating an associative field of clustered images.
His improvization toward the death, coupled with swift running between the wickets, ensured that the runs kept coming.
His work allows one to understand how these children's subject making arises from everyday practices and tactics based on improvization and opportunism that combine disparate resources and material to gain momentary advantage.
It's as if they sense that the hip-hop-ocrats' more spectacular acrobatics is a greater crowd-pleaser than their own improvization work.
Among the topics are practices that enhance dynamic capabilities organizational improvization, transactive memory systems as dynamic capabilities, a multi-study validation of mapping momentum fluctuations during organizational change, attributes of organizational change, relational thinking about organizational change, and overcoming persistent problems in organizational change.
During the apprenticeship period, the would-be chanter must engage in improvization, memorization, and mnemonic devices (isoye), and voice training, among others.
mold designers have attempted to direct the resin flow so that the weld line would be eventually formed at regions that are less likely to endure high stresses, while materials engineers have also worked hard to alter the morphological characteristics of the weld region either through improvization of processing parameters, incorporation of fillers or through blending of different material systems (1-3).
And, if you get the impression that Holtzman, Adams, Perkins, and the Infinity team are not averse to improvizing a little as they develop the next generation of targeted therapies for cancer and related diseases, you may very well be correct, but their improvization is extremely focused.