Each of these are instances of how Benedict's general observations on religion, on history prior to Jesus and his contemporaneousness
, confers on the book an importance and a contemporary relevance that other books on Christ, which are concerned with a meticulous discussion of the events of his life, do not possess.
And while it might have been, in its previous incarnation, characterized as an "appliance" inasmuch as the sheetmetal wasn't exactly styled so that it would stand out on the road, there is a far greater contemporaneousness
to the exterior.
3) The assumption with perception verb + infinitive of contemporaneousness
can be used to telling literary effect.
The text, although limited by diffuse focus, inconsistent quality, and excessive contemporaneousness
, fills a void by attempting to unite streams that have yet to sufficiently interact.
As we see from parallel lectures, temporal parallelness is contemporaneousness
Moreover, the ballad--whose literary revival begins with Thomas Percy's Reliques of English Poetry (1765) and whose efficacy among educated nineteenth-century readers lasts until Oscar Wilde's The Ballad of Reading Gaol (1898)--is a genre that proved exceptionally potent for writers who wished to articulate thoughts about the cultural ancestry as well as the social contemporaneousness
of English poetry.
The country then began to rub itself with the memory-emptying salve of contemporaneousness
Babbitt also spoke out against a "cheap contemporaneousness
," a characteristic linked to the idea of progress, which is even more endemic in current society than in the early twentieth century.
Interpretation is essential for genuine communication and understanding of evidence and has been required to meet these five criteria: continuity, precision, impartiality, competency, and contemporaneousness