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Analagous to non-Euclidean geometry, whereby decommisioning of a single postulate--thus severing Euclidean geometry's integrity--permits elliptical and hyperbolic curvature.
By extension, his need to know the truth and the lawyerly tools of investigation with which he extracts Miriam's account from her are, for Vich, analagous to the elder Ormache's exercise of undisguised power in the torture chambers ("Violencia" 239-40).
This required a mechanical lock for the LSR on both sides of the PP, analagous to a rivet shape.
This revealed exactly analagous morphological changes triggered through SFLLRN, but not through an inert scramble peptide FSLLRN even when used at high concentrations up to 250 [micro]moles/L (Figures 3(f) and 4(b)).
Fetter (1999) summarized one particular solution that is analagous to heat injection/extraction to/from closed-loop vertical borehole heat exchangers.
Optimal extraction is not aperture photometry (although its operation is in some ways analagous) and nor is it PSF photometry (although it requires a model of the stellar PSF).
Analagous to selective enrichment, IMS offers greater speed and can be a less damaging alternative to the use of antibiotics and other harsh reagents.
It is also a way of appropriating a text analagous, perhaps, to Duchamp's readymades, existing objects that are recycled and resignified after being signed.
The structural similarity of processes generating criminal and analagous behaviors.
(36.) These two figures arguably assume a foie analagous to Crebillon's ouvrier in Le Sopha.
(12) The massive body of research notes that Flaubert normally accumulated before embarking on a novel may be seen as analagous to the build-up of memories.