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574 arrow]4)(a) Measured pass fail fail (a) The nominal scale in parenthetic represents to be passed of each response.
The chapter argues that it is difficult to define parenthesis by linguistic (syntactical) means, and hence also often difficult to identify with confidence parenthetic expressions in biblical Hebrew narrative.
That is, by suggesting how psychoanalytic theory both conceals and reveals the internal logic of masculine hierarchies, this essay postulates that black masculinity, though seemingly central, is in fact ultimately parenthetic to the play's core axiom which seeks to stage, in three distinct but related ways, a coherent image of white masculinity.
And that parenthetic observation points to some editorial concerns I have with this book.
The Israeli biblical commentator Yehuda Kiel considers as parenthetic the statement from "and He made" to (but not including) "and it was so", explaining how "God's word" was executed.
Kimball, the author of a key war plan, Roosevelt reviewed the likely military options and inserted this parenthetic statement--"and I want to say that I do think President McKinley, who is naturally desirous of keeping the peace, has combined firmness and temperateness very happily in his treatment of Spain" (Morison et al.
The AHA inserted the parenthetic qualifier for a good reason--they were looking for the sharing of services among same-system members within local markets, recognizing that the sharing of services is only meaningful among system members located close together.
Certain of his later lyrics--with their abrupt interjections, scraps of Hebrew or Dutch or Latin, their crass parenthetic expletives erupting from amid imperturbable iambs--produce the effect of a diapason dueling with a buzz-saw.
As complex and generically unstable as the Biographia has proven to be for both reviewers and later critics, Treadwell locates extended, if often oblique, connections between autobiographical pronouncements and elisions in the text and theoretical declarations that variously reformulate the invocation to "KNOW THYSELF"; he argues, with a parenthetic pun of his own, that "because (in theory at least) Coleridge's work elevates autobiography into a method, its failures are coterminous with its aims" (149).
indigenous stage plays make allusion to religious concepts and practices, these remain parenthetic to the stage action and even to the expressed motivations of the characters.
His annotations, especially regarding nature, are precise and minute, and though his parenthetic asides can sometimes be prosaic, his best work builds to insight through the observations of the terribly ordinary.