interstice


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We have Zizek's insistence on the cool rationality of the interstice versus Cavell's insistence on moods.
Marina Warner has argued that it is in the interstices between inconsistent cultures and ideas that creativity and new paradigms--metamorphoses--arise.
A continuation je vais parler d'un aspect du groupe, d'un aspect de l'organisation groupale des institutions, l'interstice, qui vient de vous etre presente par Celine d'Hondt.
Y CYMRO'S SELECTIONS Southwell: 12.15 Duc's Dream, 12.45 Yavari, 1.15 Primo Dawn, 1.50 Parachute, 2.20 Piccled, 2.50 Town Called Malice, 3.20 Polar Haze, 3.50 Interstice.
I personally hate the place but Bryan Smart has his horses running out of their skins there and this one is certainly due a win after a solid run there last time behind Interstice, who franked the form on Thursday.
As these variations in oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon reside in interstice positions in the austenitic stainless steel atomic lattices, they produce the micro-architecture of SSP.
Translation Name From of the Kalasa Lower shape, form 13 Interstice 9 Interstice 10 Interstice 9 Interstice 9 Interstice 10 Interstice 5 Interstice 3 Size of neck 2 Wood of the Wheel 7 ku of the Cudamani 1 Part of the stone 11
The awkward interstice between college and grown-up, settled-down life gets a light-weight but agreeable treatment in "Dish Dogs," a heartfelt buddy comedy distinguished by its crisp handling and spirited young cast.
No, the reference is not to the 'interstice' (a la Karl Marx) aspect of art that Mehmood touches upon when he describes his creative drifts.
We need more of Ka Paeng, Judy and the like in every interstice of government.
So we took that image to heart and found the extraordinary Ligne Roset Interstice low occasional table from Barker and Stonehouse.