binate


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growing in two parts or in pairs

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Resultats Akram Bakhtaoui (dernier en 1/2 finale du 400m haies), Ali-Fouad Binate (disqualifie sur le 400m haies), Anis Bensititi (10e aux series du 1.
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Species of section Siderostictae have leaves much broader than in most carices, androgynous spikes often binate or ternate at the inflorescence nodes, beakless perigynia with obtuse pistillate scales, and they occasionally have rachillae with terminal male flowers protruding from the perigynia.
Seeking a third position as deus ex machina that would offer an alternative to traditions of violence and vulnerability, the narrator attempts to discover a way to live in harmony with her human and non-human surroundings and to see beyond the binate options she had previously imagined: "To immerse oneself, join in the war, or to be destroyed.
30) Employing Derrida's term 'brisure', (31) Young discusses how 'hybridity thus consists of a bizarre binate operation, in which each impulse is qualified against the other, forcing momentary forms of dislocation and displacement into complex economies of agonistic reticulation'.
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