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to declare by way of a systematic statement

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the emplacement of the term enounced in the user's query
The texts are performed, narrated, studied, and enounced (ritual enunciation.
Realist novels thus bury this metaphoric equation (between enunciating and enounced subjects) beneath a presumed identity upon which they can predicate metonymic chains.
4 of the European Convention for Human Rights mentions, text enounced prior, a limitation of the freedom of movement, provision which does not exist in the Romanian Constitution, but we must understand the fact that the role of a constitution is to regulate general law principles from a society, not to develop exceptions, this role being assumed by law.
Social-constructivism has deep roots in the innovative sociological approaches from the second half of the 20th century, a period in which the 'hard' social structures enounced and analyzed Emile Durkheim, even Max Weber, are undergoing major contestations.
Shortly after the IRNA report, IRNA carried an interview with Mottaki in which the foreign minister enounced "foreign" news reports for saying he had met with American members of Congress.
According with the enounced functioning principles in was realized a prototype of a rotary hydraulic three-phase motor working with alternating flows, (Marcu, 2004), figure 4.