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to declare by way of a systematic statement

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This is the profile with a high presence of all new careers attitudes, confirming Generations theory, that enounces that the socialization of young individuals in a modern, competitive, globalized and dynamic workplace stimulates them to adapt their career profiles to this reality (Edmunds & Turner, 2005; R.
La cita en la traduccion inglesa es la siguiente: "Even before any possibility of a concordance with others, this language enounces (bekundet)--but it does not express--the mere existence of a separation (Unterschieds) from others and even insists on this separation in an attempt to bring it to bear as such.
It enounces the possibility of new forms of co-existence through the inter-subjective experience that literature makes possible.
Economides (1986) enounces more general conditions concerning the effects of the transportation cost function on the market equilibrium.
47) We thus have to deal with a hermeneutical circle that enounces a situation explained by Bultmann as well: "to understand the text, I must believe in that something that the text announces to me; but what the text announces to me is not given anywhere else but in the text; that is why I must understand the text in order to believe.
Importantly, whichever aesthetic form representation takes in the context of Bravu--whether it is inscribed in the language of music, in that of painting, or in any other practice--it seems that these representations always simultaneously bear the meaning of Bravu's aesthetic ideal, and of the political ideal held by s/he who enounces them.
As Foucault enounces, "Nothing is more material, physical, corporal than the exercise of power ("Docile Bodies").