Ballard's Crash; disinterring
the real: embodiment, AIDS, and biomedicalization in Dodie Bellamy's The Letters of Mina Harker; and almanac of the living: Thanatopolitics and an alternative biopolitics in Leslie Marmon Silko's Almanac of the Dead.
Summary: India's foreign-policy establishment is in the process of disinterring
a long-dead grand strategy from its Cold War grave.
it he destroyed what was left of Troy.
There's no better tool for such disinterring
than Google, which finally, after several sporadic efforts, yielded the truth.
What is the point, apart from money for a number, of disinterring
After that the body was not thought to be worth disinterring
Panicked Cameron is suddenly disinterring
a married couples tax allowance.
Chartrand pleaded guilty in December to disinterring
Bush, a man with a strong political interest in disinterring
the secrets of his predecessor, may shed yet fresh light on at least two of the central mysteries of the Taliban which this book attempts to address," Griffin writes.
Perhaps out of prudence, Carvajal did not specify for her order's theoretical members the kind of activities which occupied most of her own as well as her actual companions' time; these activities included the consolation and instruction of imprisoned Catholics and other social outcasts, the disinterring
of the drawn and quartered bodies of executed Catholics and the surreptitious forwarding of those "relics" to Catholic lands, and the teaching of Catholic dogma to anyone sent to her for instruction, as well as anyone on the street who would listen.