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Not only does Tribout define his corpus by underscoring its ambivalence at every turn--from the commixture of encomium and critique to the double warning to power-hungry monarchs and revolt-minded subjects--but on a deeper level, Les Recits de conjuration itself represents a paradoxical type of literary criticism.
Brian Littrell acknowledges the abuse the group endured--that strange commixture of jealousy, musical puritanism and displaced gay panic that afflicts all boy bands from New Kids to One Direction was a bit much in its early years.
Theoretically estimated air quantity necessary for fuel burning is not enough to start the combustion, due to the boiler's technological imperfection and insufficient commixture of fuel and air.
Stephen Asma's accessible and engaging study of monsters explores the peculiar commixture of desire and anxiety that an imaginative encounter with the monstrous evokes.
But What a Strange Commixture Am I': Borders of Self and Religion in the Making of Women's Lives", PhD thesis, University of Toronto, 2009.
But What a Strange Commixture Am F: Borders of Self and Religion in the Making of Women's Lives", PhD thesis, University of Toronto, 2009.