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Francesca Trivellato recounts how the invention of these abstruse credit contracts was falsely attributed to Jews, and how this story gave voice to deep-seated fears about the unseen perils of the new paper economy, says a review on the Princeton University Press website.
Unintimidated by the abstruse and obscure terminology of acupoints and their respective applications written in Chinese - knowledge even locals find daunting - Ton said he has enjoyed acquiring Chinese language through studying the alternative medicine and even called it an 'enthralling' experience to break down the components of Chinese characters, each of which has its own story, the report quoted him.
Dylan can be as evasive and abstruse as he is witty; he can also be cranky and sarcastic.
However, these readymade objects also made modern art more complicated and abstruse as conceptual art, in which concept precedes the visual elements.
Obviously, real-life banking is much more abstruse and obscurantist, but what can be more abstruse or obscurantist than not wanting to dig up the facts, and once uncovered, bare them and share them?
But he was also negotiating between abstract epistemes--stripes, say, or hatchings, or catenary curves--and an abstruse iconography of mortality, elements of which Johns found in Edvard Munch's Between the Clock and the Bed, 1943, or in the armor of the sleeping guards in Matthias Grunewald's Isenheim Altarpiece, 1512-16.
Summary: New Delhi [India], July 18 (ANI): Nawazuddin Siddiqui's recent abstruse tweet created a furore as it hinted at him being discriminated in the film industry on the basis of his skin colour.
But never mind the abstruse for now; the known ego is always bigger compared to one's social eminence and very often just as deadly, but nevertheless rewarding.
Many gardeners do not bother because they think it is too difficult or involves abstruse science.
Part three looks at performing the craft and science of magic, as represented in rabbinic texts (Toaff's Blood Passover is considered here as a lesson in the dangers of misunderstanding abstruse texts).
It also provides an insight into the abstruse history of the Black Death in Australia.
On the same album, Homogenic, she also describes herself as a hunter on the prowl, and as someone who wants to be in a "state of emergency." She's a smith of powerfully evocative verse and turns of phrase that are abstruse yet easily relatable, delivered in a range of otherworldly octaves and intonations.