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Elucidations have been made by Potential bidders for solar power projects in Andhra Pradesh for uniformity of price and more tweaking of the norms.
Leeman gives us an astonishingly scrupulous account of Twombly's painterly and textual maneuvers within that arena of shattered European humanism, and we benefit immensely from the author's ability to provide elucidations of every mythological and philosophical allusion, of the poetry and literature of antiquity invoked in Twombly's abstract neoclassicism.
I know we are supposed to provide readers with elucidations and clarity but all I can suggest is that you try them all, except that the English Heritage thing is not yet on line and the others will take years to complete.
In contrast, he was bitterly opposed to the policies of persecution pursued by Calvin and Beza, although, as with other magisterial reformers, he hid his criticism of the founders of his own church in his elucidations, while bestowing formal accolades in the body of his text.
On the one hand, there is a tendency to read Heidegger's "elucidations" (Erlduterungen) or "discussions" (Erorterungen) of poems and poetic fragments as if they were independent philosophical reflections.
International Commission (ARCIC) dialogue of the sixties and seventies, its Windsor Agreed Statement on the Eucharistic doctrine (1971), and the subsequent 23 years of elucidations and dialogue.
Choosing Oliver Cromwell as the greatest English example of his ideal man, Carlyle produced Oliver Cromwell's Letters and Speeches; With Elucidations (1845).
In any case, what makes Greenblatt's chapter sing is an almost New Critically intense, loving, gorgeously phrased attention -- with some fresh elucidations of individual moments -- to the network of Shakespeare's imagery and what it tells us about a great spiritual theme -- the human disgust at "enfleshment" (160).
But Wittgenstein felt that what this book represented must sooner or later be discarded in favor of a philosophical practice that he described as follows: "A philosophical work consists essentially of elucidations," and, "The result of philosophy is not a number of 'philosophical propositions,' but to make propositions clear." Neither Nagel nor Schapiro was in any sense a Wittgensteinian, but their work really does consist in elucidations and clarifications.