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Disease, and the respective body of knowledge, co-exist within a social reality, a social reality that binds and circumscribes.
We might term this convenient category "Mean Old White Guys Out to Circumscribe Self-Expression by Any Means Necessary.
But none of these bills seeks to circumscribe affirmative action.
In a recent speech before the New York State Bar Association, Deputy Assistant Secretary Beerbower outlined six fundamental issues that affect, and cannot help but circumscribe, the further development of the tax law: (1) the burgeoning irrelevancy of legal ownership; (2) the differentiation of capital (or principal) from the income on that capital; (3) the hoary distinction between debt and equity; (4) the treatment of limited liability companies and other emerging business structures; (5) the differing tax treatment of financial intermediaries; and (6) the characterization of technological developments (such as customized software).
The spaces in these images circumscribe certain modes of being and acting in the world; they are settings in the sense of both place and placement, site and situation.
These were bound closed, as if to admit that the profusion of supplements could not circumscribe the "event.