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to move or proceed on a repeatedly curving course

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Although it would exceed the scope of this paper to discuss Grass's other narrator-figures in detail, all three of the perspectives Grass employed (Amsel's, Liebenau's, and Matern's) can be shown to display different forms or proportions of this entwinement.
More intensively, similar tests should be combined, like the Entwinement Test and Nexus Test, with the court eschewing historic language for ease of modern judicial application.
Abundant evidence supports the entwinement of race and rape.
In fact, in Brentwood the Court seems to weigh factors and decide that the TSSAA should be treated as a state actor, for the most part, simply because there's no reason not to do so: "The nominally private character of the Association is overborne by the pervasive entwinement of public institutions and public officials in its composition and workings, and there is no substantial reason to claim unfairness in applying constitutional standards to it.
The entwinement between Chinese religion and postcolonial nationalist politics is explored in Part II, Chapters 5-8.
To many Muslims, law is not simply a system of rules codified by legislatures or promulgated by monarchs; rather, in the Islamic world, law possesses not the almost sub-conscious entwinement it has with religion in the West, but a conscious and deliberate connection.
Although the Court identifies the factors that cause it to find the Tennessee Secondary Schools Athletic Association to be a state actor, it offers no criteria for determining more generally when there is enough entwinement for state action.
For Ricoeur, discussions about metaphor entail the entwinement of three themes.
But does this position push as far and high as it ought to, given their philosophical embrace of contingency, lack of transparency, and agonistic entwinement of differences?
The question raised is not one of irony versus sincerity as it pertains to the gestural mark, but a much thornier one concerning perception's entwinement with belief: Abts's work, in its otherworldly perfectionism, eschews the rigidity of the "mechanical" in favor of the existential uncertainties of the virtual.
Now this insight--the entwinement of the ethical and the figural--is far from original.
Instead of seeing The Chimes, then, as a story that pits moral disinterestedness against immoral economics, it can be seen as a story that narrates the modern entwinement of the economic and the ethical, and the necessity of negotiating the influence of the outside world on working-class identity.
Jerichow delivers a tight entwinement of representational and affective images to deconstruct the visual pleasure Petzold's audiences may draw from his films.
Gateshead filmmaker Rob Burrows has started shooting his second feature Entwinement at locations across the city, including popular nightclub Tup Tup Palace.
Filming of Entwinement will wrap in three months in time for an autumn release.