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relating to, arising from, or appealing to the emotions

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characterized by emotion

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79) As she recognizes, such in implication may not extend beyond the text itself, for the apparent vocality of La3amon's text is probably only an indication of the way in which even written texts in this period tend to be governed by an essentially oral aesthetic -- just as Chardri suggests in his attempt to align his composition with the greater emotiveness of the performed `respit'.
It is this very emotiveness that may best illuminate why crime is dealt with increasingly through punitively oriented policies rather than through policies aimed at social prevention.
The power and emotiveness of their first album may have gone but the talent remains.
Torres structures his dramatic meeting of minds (and, in the case of ex-flame Ines, of bodies) within a chronological and spatial framework whose compressed and clearly defined parameters are pregnant with theatrical, even classical emotiveness.
It may be easier to sidestep the problem of the emotiveness of 'land' by simply trying to turn to other livelihood sources, which precipitate less male resistance.
She struggles, though, with the direct emotiveness of French each time she encounters her friend Marie: "Bonjour, quest-ce que to deviens?
Underneath its push-pull battle between Queen Elizabeth's out-of-time, stiff-upper-lip old guard attitude and Tony Blair's misty-eyed emotiveness, ``The Queen'' is a smart and tough-minded skewering of the House of Windsor as well as an examination of the primacy of image over substance.
Thus, closely reading the highly wrought emotiveness and aestheticism of Victorian women's devotional poetry will illuminate several profoundly related spiritual and artistic achievements.
The work is laugh-out-loud funny, and as if to counteract its outsize emotiveness, Liden showed it on what was certainly the most modest television monitor available at the local Best Buy.
The elephant issue remains central to CITES though, unfortunately, the emotiveness of the ivory debate has not dissipated and the divisions are as deep now as at any time in the past.