Patchy shadow commonly shows multiplely and diffusedly
Just as last word of this stanza is willfully faulty to highlight the essentially embodied nature of cognition, both on stage and off, so, too, does Something Cloudy, Something Clear diffusedly
draw on autobiographical references, structural doublings, and intertextual analogies to present its audiences with a poetics of visceral response to the complex constellation of impulses and influences that constitute a play--or, as the case of Jean Cocteau as intermedialist creator par excellence demonstrates, any art form imaginable.
Existing knowledge on communication is, at best, diffusedly
spread among academic disciplines (English, linguistics, interpersonal and mass communications, psychology, speech-language pathology, marketing).
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Increasingly, it became more and more evident that public opinion throughout Europe, Italy included, had become diffusedly
directed against war in general, and this war in particular.
It has been argued(2) that the existence of close and long-term relationships between banks and firms is likely to mitigate the asymmetric information and agency problems that arise when debt and equity are diffusedly