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The square [quadro] was to be covered entirely, in fact, and the phrase to be enunciated in a breath and without silences and interruptions--reflecting spoken and thought reality, where in sounding we link our words and in thinking we have no interruptions except those of punctuation, which are explicative and logical.
Some fifty recipes offer a wide range of dishes that sound complicated but are very easy--complete with explicative narration.
He therefore goes on to contextualize Mayan explicative beliefs describing natural disasters as a weapon of resistance against historical injustice--a destruction out of which creation can also take place.
Hill provides a philosophical and explicative discussion of Hegel and Marx's influence on Gramsci and his philosophy of praxis.
Written in a clear manner--even when, at a normative level, they invoke sophisticated theories in the areas of cultural studies, sociology of public opinion or communication--and with substantial references to research in the field, the studies in the volume represent a needed explicative approach to the articulations of the European public and democratic space.
As Pevere's characterization suggests, although improvised and unstylized, mumblecore does not ring precise as a descriptor; "searching", "fumbling", and "venturing" are more explicative of the characters and their relationship-wary, therapy-trained, irony-strapped generation's mode of social interaction.
At the same time, however, he is also setting up hypotactic patterns of cross-reference, allowing individual items to interconnect in many different ways in the explicative manner of emblem.
Recalling the uses of the word "rede" with an outward, explicative, and even narratory sense in the House of Fame and in select places in the Book of the Duchess, a rereading of "reading" in the poem's last stanza as "explaining" or "writing" illuminates the fullness of the narrator's quest to understand and share his understanding.
With respect to Emily's relationship with Tobe, I find the essay more provocative, although again dependant on "speculative explications" that strike me as less than explicative.
By new discourse theory, I refer primarily to the work on discourse and political subjectivity by Laclau and Mouffe (1985), Laclau (1996), Ranciere (1999), as well as explicative texts by Norval (2007) and Torfing (1999).
The present research is a cross-sectional and explicative quantitative study The strategy of inquiry selected was the quantitative approach.