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There are frequent explicatory comments at the bottom of pages on which terms that are not well known to a non German audience (such as "hamster trips") are explained (p.
He was unhappy about it in some ways because it tended to lead toward the academic, and the explicatory, and so on.
Significantly, in addition to again introducing a wide range of explicatory references regarding the island's culture, history and landscape, Ferre widely incorporated conventions of the same romance novels mocked in Maldito Amor; rhetorical habits that call for Buenaventura to be "six feet tall, tan-skinned and dark-haired" with "eyes so blue they made you want to sail out to sea every time you looked at them" and the natural landscape to be pregnant with "exotic wildlife and strange botanical specimens.
Explicatory dialogue reveals that since 1945, a colony of escaped Nazis has been hiding out on the dark side of the moon, preparing for an invasion of their home planet that will establish the Fourth Reich as the new, new world order.
This is an extreme example, but in Thynne's explicatory notes, one can easily grasp the utility of his historical approach.
Protection of Traditional Knowledge Traditional knowledge (TK) related to biodiversity includes ideas, judgments and reasoning, methodological processes, explicatory systems and technological procedures developed by different ethnic groups and local communities in their relationship with the biodiversity of their environment (Pardo et al.
Illiano, "Momenti e problemi," 140, suggests that this depiction of Pirandello's art, while "superior in its explicatory force," may owe something to Italian journalist and radical Piero Gobetti's epithet for the Sicilian author as the "poet of dialectic" (L'Ordine Nuovo, 24 July 1921).
of Arkansas) collect cases and statutory material, supplemented by explicatory text, in order to explain the federal and state law of inter vivos transfers and planning options and other issues of death and wealth transfer in the United States.
In several, Mandeville's Book has a significant role; in Alfred Hiatts, maps are included, so that medieval thinking on traditional boundaries is presented, most usefully, in a form other than, yet explicatory of, the literary text.
While the analysis offered by the recent scholarship does acknowledge the role played by economic grievances, it highlights the existence of other explicatory factors--that begin to fall outside the material register and fall instead on a political, cultural and symbolic one.
II In view of the aforesaid literary and linguistic background of a multilingual society, the moot question arises, what vital insights are normally gained on the general issue of unity and diversity and global understanding, if we follow the pedagogy of Comparative Linguistic and Literary Studies for explicatory possibilities of the research undertaken.
If any Heideggerian reading would place the emphasis on the sudden appearance of Ziw, a foreign word popping, exploding, at the near-end of the poem, a poetic reading does not stop there: it extends the effort and asks the reader to reconfigure the implication of another, one last explicatory attempt that binds the two sides of the sentence together, shortly before sending the reader back to the point of beginning, for a second reading.
The girls' liberation and Caloosha's murder happen in quick succession, but neither results in a final explicatory episode so that denouement is deferred beyond the narrative in spite of Jeebleh's indirect involvement in the final events.
More than this, Austin, Dummett, Goodman, Putnam, Quine and Wittgenstein all make regular appearances, employed as explicatory counter-examples.
What is not explicitly acknowledged by Mitchell is that in creating this parallel between living organisms or species and pictures to capture the vitalistic status of images, his strategy clearly resonated with the approach of iconologists such as Rudolf Wittkower teaching at the Warburg Institute in London in the 1930s to 1950s where the migration of image species was used as a fundamental explicatory metaphor (Allegory and the Migration of Symbols).