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a new personification of a familiar idea

a concrete representation of an otherwise nebulous concept

giving concrete form to an abstract concept

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The novel radial menu techniques of some embodiments include (i) non-uniform spacing of menu items, (ii) the use of shading or highlighting within a region associated with an item to indicate the present selectability of the item, and (iii) the use of radial gestures for opening sub-menus and the subsequent display of the sub-menu.
Embodiments consistent with this invention generally relate to data processing for the purpose of navigating a computer database.
confined to the embodiments disclosed in the specification.
Written three years apart, Sweet Death (1989) by French author Claude Tardat and Life Size (1992) by South-African author Jenefer Shute, are two contemporary novels offering stylised, literary explorations of the complexity of female embodiment somatically from the point of view of two young women from middle-class Caucasian backgrounds.
The Hindu commentaries raise but do not systematically resolve difficult questions about divine embodiment and the material make-up of Krsna's body.
In eliding Marshall McLuhan's famous characterization of information society as a "global village" with the "village idiot," a figure of extreme and doltish embodiment, Kessler uncannily signals precisely the ethos of information extraction that underlay American policy in Abu Ghraib.
Crude and other portions of nondiscrete SttLffS are embodiments in the sense that certain of their material parts embody a form, or relation.
This book challenges us to rethink notions of embodiment, identity, and modernity in the light of postmodern and poststructuralist theory.
Stratagene also believes it has other embodiments of its FullVelocity technology that do not meet the limitations of the patent claims asserted by Third Wave, and it believes that these embodiments can be applied effectively in both the research and molecular diagnostics marketplaces.
Alternatively, in some embodiments, the rubber composition may be reinforced with an organic filler, an inorganic filler or combinations thereof.
Other embodiments of the present invention include any and all biologic and/or pathobiologic phenomena mediated in whole or in part by M-CSF signaling through its receptor.
He found in Buffy and the Scooby gang the fittest embodiments for the tumult of nascent adulthood and (as the show and its characters grew) for the brutality of living in the world, where people die or stop loving or disappear or change in ways never thought possible, where the Scoobys came to understand, as they shape-shifted into their adult selves, that the true horror isn't anything outside but the fractal gruesomeness of dealing with personal demons, psychic slaying often done alone.
The new patent broadly covers Proteus in vitro gene shuffling recombination methods in a variety of embodiments, and contains multiple claims covering ligation-mediated in vitro recombination methods.
Additional continuous and batch process embodiments of biomass heating systems are also disclosed that extract heat energy from decomposing biomass for heating uses.