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And he flouted every understanding he had given to the departing US and other occupation armies to provide an equitable deal to every segment of his nation, emotively divided on diverse ethnic and sectarian fault lines.
In each culture, poetry, as the language of indwelling in the life-world, draws upon connotative, that is, associative rather than simply definitional, meanings of words as it draws upon the sonorousness of its language to provide another kind of meaning: emotively associative meaning.
Maintaining a nonemotive persona during these conversations can be difficult, given that students are often approaching the idea of participation emotively.
One option would be for the levels to follow the Dutch example, and let some farms and households go, or, less emotively, be relocated.
For the purposes of this study, engagement is defined as the extent to which a learner is cognitively, emotively, and behaviorally involved in or committed to a learning activity or goal.
The group Vets performed emotively, and sustained the remaining half hour before guitarist Sam played a sharply-executed guitar solo that demonstrated his abilities brilliantly to end the night.
Communal reflection--which an oral way of knowing presupposes since all stories pass by word of mouth--requires that characters and their journeys be "kinesthetically, aurally, and emotively spectacular" (Nayar, 2008, p.
These eyes are emotively shaded, not sensually smoked, and even more moving for their emergence on porcelain skin.
As such, the paper also includes several short stories which were written during the workshop, dealing more emotively with issues such as poverty, child labour and unemployment.
It falls to Emelia, emotively played by Anne Dick, to stand up for her mistress Desdemona and womankind.
Paolo has spoken emotively and at length in order to clarify some of the misconceptions that surround him and historical comments and actions attributed to him in the past.
By sharing in this catharsis, the audience also becomes emotively receptive to the film's ending, which will propose a solution to the "problem" of transgender difference by substituting the stability of biological connection and family structure for the queer liminality of the pre-surgical trans body.