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Synonyms for cull

Synonyms for cull

to make a choice from a number of alternatives

to collect (something) bit by bit

Synonyms for cull

the person or thing that is rejected or set aside as inferior in quality


remove something that has been rejected

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Jonathan Culler wrote two articles both titled "Comparative Literature, at Last
For the last two congressional sessions, we have strongly supported the Flood Insurance Market Parity and Modernization Act, which will clarify the definition of private flood insurance and preserve our market's ability to offer private flood insurance solutions and alternatives to consumers," said Culler.
That lyric poetry is dependent on an archaic declamatory such as the apostrophic O--an "empty O" as Culler describes it--often renders the lyric outdated because of the artificiality and insincerity that the apostrophe suggests and that critics correspondingly seek to evade.
Vir Culler (84) hang die seemkode by Barthes ten nouste saam met die identifisering van stereotipes wat die leser in staat sal stel om die nodige inligting te kan aflei om die geheel te kan konstrueer.
3) Lentz DS, Grundstad ML, Evanoff M, Lentz DS, Culler AH, Cohen JD, Keller CP (2008) Proc.
In the end, the type of argument used by Culler is less about the legitimacy of the reader's reaction than about the longevity of the social activity known as the criticism.
Intellectual property is another area of common interest, where our progress with Japan has set the stage for us to jointly promote new measures in APEC that encourage and protect innovation,'' Culler added.
Culler argues that: "Certain features of the text lead to an entirely different reading of it and produce an irreducible heterogeneity both of which are thematized in the work (Culler, 1983:269-70).
With Aquino's death, a beacon of democracy has disappeared, Luther Culler, 28, a safety officer, said.
In his book, Literary Theory: A Very Short Introduction,16 Jonathan Culler devotes his first chapter to the question 'What is theory?
A dramatization of this debate would see Nicholas Royle and Jonathan Culler lined up for a concerted new millennium attack on literary omniscience, and Barbara K.
The story of a young government deer culler in 1960s New Zealand.