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How, in other words, do sexually unclassifiable forms of the polymorphous perverse occupy, and hence challenge, the heterosexual/homosexual binary and, moreover, the heterosexual primacy that characterises that binary?
The advantage of the polymorphous [alpha]-phase as a coating layer is due to its low formation temperature.
Building on the scholarship that focuses on Montgomery and popular culture--as in two special issues of Canadian Children's Literature / Litterature canadienne pour la jeunesse (1998, 2000) and the essays in Gammel's Making Avonlea (2002)--the final four articles of Anne's World add further facets to Anne as "a polymorphous figure.
Whereas Marcuse locates polymorphous perversity in the shadowy realm of infancy (31), Hurston situates Janie's Erotic liberation at the age of sixteen, well within her mind's capacity to remember and strive to replicate the experience (10-11).
The most promising alloying elements in development of high-temperature, thermally stable titanium alloys are aluminium, gallium (they increase temperature of polymorphous transformation), zirconium and tin (which almost do not affect temperature of phase transformation), molybdenum, vanadium, niobium, tantalum (which do not have eutectoid points with titanium), and silicon (it forms eutectics, that's why its content, as a rule, does not exceed 0.
This new addition to the existing La RochePosay Anthelios franchise features SPF 40 sunscreen for the face and body and has been specifically tested for safety on those with the photosensitive skin disorder Polymorphous Light Eruption (PMLE).
Throughout these essays, the polysemous nature of Caravaggio's realism is met by sober and exciting ways to understand the polymorphous nature of his clients and patrons.
Intended as an experimental microcosm of the outside urban maze, at whose heart also sits a 24/7 drop-in "Dream House," here new hybrid technologies, border crossings, ethnic and religious differences, urban rebellion, and even polymorphous love are allowed to run free, bumping into each other and inevitably merging.
Part three proceeds from the question of transgressive sexuality, making use of Sigmund Freud's theory of polymorphous perverse tendencies, Julia Kristeva's theory of ideality as malady in adolescence, and Judith Butler's expansion of both Freud and Kristeva in her relation between melancholia and the desire for recognition.
They are polymorphous communities; they are mixes of subjective and objective that give students new examples of how to learn.
This pictorial tableau shows Exmouth Market today, in all its vibrant, eccentric, polymorphous glory.
SUN ALLERGY: Almost a third of women are affected by polymorphous light eruption (PLE), often mistaken for "prickly heat".

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