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In the preface to Exploring Atlantic Transitions: Archaeologies of Transience and Permanence in New Found Lands, Peter Pope observes that post-medieval archaeologists are no longer wedded to interpreting artifacts of European origin found in North American sites as indicative of "embryonic colonies.
Predictors of technology use included age, location (0 = Los Angeles, 1 = Denver), gender (0 = female, 1 = male), race-ethnicity (0 = white, 1 = black, 2=Latino), education (0=high school dropout, 1 = graduate or GED holder), current housing status (0 = in stable housing, 1 = homeless or in shelter), transience status (0 = no moves, 1 = at least one intercity move).
Those who have been homeless longer are also more likely than those who have been homeless for shorter durations to experience greater transience (Ferguson, Jun, Bender, Thompson, & Pollio, 2010).
The work is a testament to life's fragility, transience, and persistence.
The artist added that the notion of transience, of constant change, was an important one for him and went some way toward explaining his explosion events and gunpowder drawings.
This exhibition showcases a selection of work from Gulf countries; from the grandeur of mosques to the craftsmanship of a doorway in an abandoned village, and from the transience of a hennaed hand of a wedding guest to the age-old patterns of embroidery found on a woman's dress.
The implied opulence of the Russian court is a symbol of transience, the reckless aristos drunkenly sowing the seeds of their downfall.
CDATA[ Let us transcend our present eraaan era trapped in the trivia and transience of the media, which know nothing of wisdom and courage and of national pride and purpose.
I'm not sure whose translation Charles Wright was reading, but, by singling out the third line, he has stripped away the conversation between two people and foregrounded luminous transience.
In adding to this distinguished continuum, we see it as a gentle riposte to the prevailing culture of transience and shallowness.
Setting it in wartime Britain only enhances the sense of menace, risk and transience and the comfort and need for love.