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(26) Much as Nonnus would later claim poikilia as a defining quality of his own Protean text, Philostratus uses Proteus here to announce the variety and changeability of the narrative to follow.
Briefly, community members were first presented with the complete list of issues (those collected across FGs, community surveys, and extant database analyses) so that they could rank each issue using Likert-type, 3-point scaled questions representing metrics of importance and changeability (for importance: 1 = not important, 2 = intermediate importance, 3 = very important; for changeability: 1 = not changeable, 2 = intermediate changeability, 3 = highly changeable).
We expect that the proposed research will enrich our knowledge about the changeability, the course and direction characteristics and amplitude of tectonic events.
c--Changeability: changeability means the ability to respond to the growth of family in various stages of life.
(Oliver, 2002) Kristeva's drastic philosophical and psychoanalytic claims approach on the concept of the multifariousness, imbalance and changeability of the subject (Lazaroiu, 2013), and are grounded by her observance of singularity and plurality (her drastic proposal of multifariousness and alterity permeates her ethics).
Primary objectives of the designed plant system are flexible use of space in terms of reconfiguration based on the needs of the end user, changeability of the loads treated and hours of use; the ability to account for all consumption of each hypothetical tenant, ease of use and energy efficiency.
Besides, the excitement of meeting yet another new owner pales in comparison to the thrill of random changeability coupled with the exhilarating challenge of filling out a brand-new stack of health insurance forms.
However, when it comes to actually selecting flights, we are seeing customers pay closer attention to features such as baggage inclusion, seat selection and changeability as critical variables," said Greg Schulze, senior vice president, global tour and transport at Expedia, Inc.
Building on a number of colourful family portraits, Scheele stresses that family sagas were often characterized by initial failure, great risks, incredible successes and the subsequent fragmentation of trading families: family histories illustrate the diversity and changeability of the trade.
The combination of these two traits, utter certainty and persistent changeability, made him something of an aberration during his lifetime.
Hide your feelings if someone's changeability starts to annoy you.
This book is about medieval writers' use of clothing to mirror the changeability of human experience.