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indistinctness

noun blur, blurriness, delitescence, delitescency, dimness, dullness, faintness, filminess, fog, fogginess, fuzziness, gloom, grayness, haziness, inaudibility, indefiniteness, indistinguishability, murkiness, mysteriousness, nebulosity, obscuration, obscurity, opacity, paleness, poor visiblity, shadow, smokiness, unclearness, vagueness
See also: ambiguity, confusion, obscuration, opacity
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Confronted with the inherent complexities and indistinctness of this new rank, this analysis examines how working in the area of the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) affects personal, professional, and academic integrity and identity.
In the end, the only act that in Microcosmi seems to challenge the destruction wrought by History and promise--even if only to a limited extent--to salvage the individual from the primordial chaos and indistinctness of nature ("una rivincita della civilta sull'ombra della selva", (101)), is the act of narrating and writing, the eyewitness's account, tenacious transmission of memory, the lifeblood of culture.
Partially torn ligament appeared as abnormal signal intensity with indistinctness or wavy appearance of fibers on sagittal and coronal images.
17), the indistinctness of the role of each teaching-learning scenario ends up endorsing the continuity of traditional, technicist and biologicist practices within the curricula.
5 Tesla demonstrate indistinctness of the Lisfranc ligament (arrow in A) with surrounding edema.
BLACK'S, supra note 5, at 97 (defining ambiguity as "[d]oubtfulness or uncertainty of meaning or intention, as in a contractual term or statutory provision; indistinctness of signification, especially] by reason of doubleness of interpretation.
In his view, thz flaneur is remarkable for his indistinctness.
The indistinctness that doesn't tell all leaves room for interpretation for the one looking at Bayou Terrebonne 01 and 02.
It is curious that for both Kierkegaard and Zen the end point of the spiritual path is both (a) a return to "the world," which many world religions call upon its members to depart from in some way, and is (b) an almost absolute indistinctness of this realized and engaged person from others, at least outwardly.
Other CT findings suggestive of gallbladder injury include thickening or indistinctness of the gallbladder wall and active arterial extravasation into the lumen.
21) In other words, Taylor had adopted a model of foreign missions from the Fundamentalist movement but had adapted it to his own denominational requirements, creating a safe, in-house alternative to the increasingly wayward FMB that would not require compromise with the denominational indistinctness of Fundamentalist faith missions.
In this case, the indistinctness of mass-produced American culture is idealized over the Othered and alienating food of the Asian home.