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Substance," once the base of a materialist critique in contradiction to an essentialist one, now, associated with visibility and identity, risks essentialism by turgidly resisting the psychoanalytic strategy of positing "sexual subjectivities.
This turgidly written book is symptomatic of all that is worst about the academic study of Romanticism today.
The huge contrast between this daytime series' conclusion and the turgidly convoluted finales of other drama shows provides a telling clue to explain why it's been the most popular series on the tube for so long:
Sri Lanka closed on 167-2, an advantage of 76 runs, with Jayasuriya making 78 and Michael Vadort adding 49, knowing the tourists have to bat last on a pitch which is becoming turgidly slow.
He wrote: "The current set-up is not merely the worst that has yet been invented, but possibly the worst that could be imagined: the Championship interspersed with three one-day competitions, turgidly organised and distinguishable from each other only by the length of the matches.
Engel wrote: "The current set-up is not merely the worst that has yet been invented but possibly the worst that could be imagined: the Championship interspersed with three one-day competitions, turgidly organised and distinguishable from each other only by the length of the matches.
In the turgidly viscous Brown Stare, organically folding rust-colored forms are shot through both vertically and horizontally with silver rips (not zips) that seem by turns to sit above or below the pigment they interrupt.
said Dai Ieuan, looking into the Taff flowing turgidly beneath his feet.