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Finally, the birthing scene, which is narrated in "real time", shows the inhabitation of space through the body of the other.
This is perhaps the dominant image in ecumenical circles, thus linking inhabitation, political economy and ecology through the common root of oikos, suggesting rights and responsibilities for all the members of this household.
Through these four hysterical inhabitations, we can also track hysteria's service to the fields of neurology, psychoanalysis, literary analysis, and feminism.
Without being coy or desultory, can we take Emerson and Thoreau as marking their inhabitation in this role?
This volume on the history of peoples of the Middle Fraser Canyon in British Columbia, Canada, examines the archaeological records of the indigenous culture from the time of the first human inhabitation eight thousand years ago, to the arrival of European explorers.
The lie of omission is apparent in the excluded historical discreditation of the promised land by the fact that since the Canaanite inhabitation of Palestine in 3000 BC, the Jewish rule totaled a mere 364 or so years until 1946.
Catherine pushes her inhabitation of the gendered body to its limits and then beyond, into "unknown country.
Kevin Pietersen's inhabitation of that 'gun' position has meant Bell and several others have had to make themselves adaptable - as either openers or low middle-order hitters - to stay in the 50-over reckoning for England.
Kevin Pietersen's inhabitation of that 'gun' position has meant Bell and several others have had to make themselves adaptable - as openers or low middleorder hitters - to stay in the 50-over reckoning.
The project named Making History, includes aspirations to redesign the current main entrance and build more gallery spaces, with the aim of extending the narrative timeline to tell the stories of the Welsh people from the earliest human inhabitation to the present day.
adding that this inhabitation reached its peak in the 4th millennium B.
In other words, the problem is posed by the mutual inhabitation of the people/multitude and the effects on democratic politics.