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Such indelibility had been the goal of ink makers for centuries.
The indelibility of these visions makes them a constant source of torture that eventually drives those who cannot control them to madness.
Callaghan's earlier cited insistence that beneath the racial dressing up onstage in Titus it is white actors appropriating black lives is suggestive not only of the indelibility of whiteness (and of the early capitalist politics of mimesis, which fetishizes and commodifies both the ethnic and the sexual real for commercial gain, so that the blackfaced but white Shakespearean Aaron's claim that "black is better ...
The first thing to note is that this Bar Exam comes on beautiful, thick, acid-free paper designed for indelibility. This, I believe, is a testament to its anonymous authors' intent that the Bar Exam be kept as a treasured centerpiece of any legal scholarly collection.
Rather than ignore the event, they seemed to have settled on finessing it, coaxing it here, to what turned out to be brilliant calming rooms, and, instead of dispatching it with one great binge of memory and regret, marking it with a cool offhand indelibility. The best way to never forget was to never quite remember.
The repeated consideration of the indelibility of racial difference in its representations of Morocco, Aragon, Launcelot's Moorish mistress, and the "Indian" beauty, helps reinforce the idea of an essential Jewish difference for both Jessica and Shylock.
So it is difficult to swallow the argument of the show's curator that "far from being rooted in aesthetics and the history of art, his art and portraiture originate elsewhere"--namely in the political and religious reality of a Jew in Modigliani's Italy, and especially "his Sephardic understanding of the indelibility of his Jewishness, regardless of acculturation."
Other halogenated fluoresceins are used to give different staining colors and varying degrees of indelibility. D&C Red No.
Always also, with the terrible indelibility that one associates with terror, the girl was to remember the touch of that hand on her shoulder: heavy, kneading at her flesh, the woman herself stricken almost dumb, but her eyes eloquent with that angered fire.
(21.) Horowitz, 1984, underscores the "indelibility" of written language, referring to the episode of Hylas's falsification of the Laws of Love as an exceptional deviation from the general stability of written documents (93).
Therefore, Anglo-India's explanation of Adela's situation lends support to the gendered constructs of Empire, reifying "all that is worth fighting and dying for" among the English gentry holed up at the Club--or, British cultural indelibility symbolized by the refined and chaste (white, upper class) British woman.(10)
Max designed it to test the indelibility of his lipsticks.