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In the present study, the fractures were dynamized between 3 and 6 months postoperatively, since it was felt that dynamization 6 to 8 months after operation may be too late and by that time all biological efforts to achieve union would have exhausted.
In addition, towards their organization and operation, the networks can rely on the mediation of information and communications technology, especially the internet, at the same time in which they are dynamized by species of "invisible webs" made up of interactions between subjects not mediated by this technology (Cogo & Brignol, 2011: 6).
The three main areas underscored in our exploration of creolization as process were: creolization historicized, generalized and dynamized (GPCI, 25).
Consider, for instance, one of Grosz's evaluations of Nietzsche and temporality: "He invents a time that is dynamized, active, unpredictable, a time that does not forget the past but does not find itself constrained to its terms, for the future has a past inherent in it as it veers away from its own causal predictabilities" (114).
The authors waste no time in pointing out that the common perception that domestic migrants' contributions to home development are minor compared with the contributions of international diasporas in the global North feeds on Eurocentric representations of Africa as backward, dynamized by contact with the North.
Then the carried out images can be dynamized through different procedures in order to create theatrical scenes.
The integration does not abolish the differences in the manner [man] is dynamized, but simply prevents any tendency to treat person and nature as two separate and independent subjects of acting.
Part II will address the concept of sovereignty in its traditional Western connotation of the modern nation-state, while Part III will describe the way in which the right of self-determination dynamized this concept, also elucidating the anti-indigenous function and effect of the concepts of terra nullius and uti possidetis.
Macroeconomic Shocks in a Dynamized Model of the Natural Rate of Unemployment," American Economic Review, 1992, 82(4), pp.
In both 'mainstream', big-budget, blockbuster SF cinema and 'marginal', low-budget, and independent SF films, Sobchack discerned a new depiction of space and time, with space 'semantically described as a surface for play and dispersal, a surface across which existence and objects kinetically dis-place and dis-play their materiality', and time 'giv[ing] way to a new and erotic leisureliness' filled 'with curious things and dynamized as a series of concatenated events rather than linearly pressured to stream forward by the teleology of plot' (p.
Beliefs about the consequences of environmental deterioration are motivated or dynamized by values--understood as stable structures that are generated in the socialization process and that guide action (Stern & Dietz, 1994)--so that these values are a framework from which to selectively interpret information about the environment.
The confessional divide was not a static phenomenon, but was instead dynamized by the political, social, and theological transformations of the revolutionary and Napoleonic eras.
Over the past three decades, environmental concerns have informed new technologies, spawned new patterns of consumption, re-structured an assertive state, and even dynamized the French economy.
It is intercreativity, dynamized by an increasing number of international festivals, that will make possible the emergence of set-ups for governance in the world and first in the highly promising environment of the Euro-Mediterranean geohistorical sphere.