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The foregoing insights on the dual conceptualization of decorum may be applied as analytical heuristics for addressing how claims of decorum and of indecorum function in rhetorical exchanges, as is often the case, both on and through Facebook.
Accordingly, the species with the southernmost occurrence, P indecorum, has been included in the Notata group by FERNANDES et al (1974), without further explanation.
Indecorum can be a way of bringing some dignity to the abject.
Lydia Mafia Child writes in her introduction to Incidents that many will accuse Child of "indecorum" for presenting experiences that "belong to a class which some call delicate subjects, and others call indelicate" (4).
Their topics include democracy and understanding, between equity and customer satisfaction, indecorum and the subversion of equity in Shakespeare's Troilus and Cressida, Jarndyce vs.
In a dazzling analysis of Deaths Duell, Nelson convincingly rescues this sermon from charges of indecorum, basing that analysis on a firm understanding of Donne's rhetorical practice, linking it as always to the practice of courtship as fully exfoliated in his preceding pages.
"There are certain moral attributes common to the ideal officer and the perfect gentleman, a lack of which is indicated by acts of dishonesty, unfair dealing, indecency, indecorum, lawlessness, injustice, or cruelty."
(13) Vittoria Colonna's poems were criticized as heretical as early as 1540, and Michelangelo's Last Judgment was attacked for indecorum as soon as it was finished in 1541.
The indecorum of appearing in studio dress was left to those unglamorous males, Rembrandt and Chardin.
"Decorum and Indecorum in the Seconda Redazione of Baldassare Castiglione's Libro del Cortegiano." MLR 99.3 (2004): 622-34.
Appealing to literary precedent and principles of what we would now call reader response, Aytoun-Jones says in favor of genius and excitement and depth--and in extenuation of indecorum and fragmentation and lapse--pretty much what might have been said by the movement's defenders.
[hospital] indecorum rum in code, cur in mode (I'm crude, no?