compositeness


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the property of being a composite number

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This compositeness of home and exile is amply demonstrated in Achebe's life as a writer and critic who, like Tanure Ojaide, is in patriotic love with his native homeland, Nigeria, but who now lives in exile in the United States of America.
The new customs scanning and detection system will promote Dubai Ports advanced infrastructure by enhancing DP logistic capability, raising its compositeness advantage through rapid and enhanced containers handling ensuring smooth and swift flow of goods.
Yielding to fruitful interpermeation only intermittently, and precariously held together by the author's vision and reader's imagination, at its best this kind of juxtaposition results in the cosmopolitan novel's compositeness, which, as remains to be demonstrated, is not at all the same as fragmentation.
Summary: A seminar and training workshop on compositeness was held in a leading Tripoli hotel between 6-10th June organized by the Privatization and Investment Board (PIB) and the Libyan Export Promotion Centre.
The modernist's objections to Hefti's implicit rejection of materialism herein are at least twofold: first, by declining to deconstruct these gestures he banishes them from the material discourse and thus renders them permanently inexpressive of anything but their extramusical connotation; and second, by (perhaps unwittingly) subsuming these gestures into a sound-world in which the compositeness of performance parameters remains unquestioned, and thus embracing the model of the "virtuosic" performer who has domesticated his metier, the possible revolutionary import of these materials is rendered trivial and harmless.
Listunova ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 2003: 36) points out their most frequent features, such as compositeness (multiword expressions and even single words can be treated as idioms), institutionalization (conventionalized expressions), and semantic opacity (the meaning of an idiom should not be understood as the literal meaning of its components).