etiolated


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Synonyms for etiolated

Synonyms for etiolated

(especially of plants) developed without chlorophyll by being deprived of light

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Since the poetry Furani encounters is woven into daily, lived experience, as well as festivals and protests, the book does not have to rely on an etiolated textuality.
Sholto Kynoch produced atmospheric and beautifully paced and balanced playing in the demanding accompaniment, ranging from icy decoration in the limping dance of "Pride and ambition" to the frozen barcarolle of Hallucinations, while Stone's blanched white voice which characterised the final etiolated words of the cycle produced a long silence which noone dared to break for many long seconds.
The trippy results--in which the artist's etiolated flesh is blurred, distended, and otherwise warped--established a trajectory of experimentation with self-portraiture evident in the work of Cindy Sherman and Yasumasa Morimura in the 1970s and '80s and in that of younger artists such as Laurel Nakadate and faimie Warren today.
In November last year at Sotheby's New York, the magisterial Grande tete mince (Grande tete de Diego) of 1954 (edition 6 of 6; cast 1955), an etiolated bust with a head almost thin enough to slice your hand, achieved $50m (Fig.
Commissioned by the Elohites' charismatic leader, Daniel's life history is the testament of a decadent culture left behind for the edification of its etiolated successors.
1985) found that ethanol, methanol and acetone stimulated the formation of adventitious roots in cuttings derived from etiolated hypocotyls of Vigna radiata.
According to Vetter (2000), cyanogenic glycosides are mainly synthesised in the cotyledons of etiolated seedlings or in the young green leaves of mature plants and transported to other parts of the plants, such as roots.
The incorporation of a dead boy in the shakily developing narrative of the adolescent girl represents both individual characters' etiolated possibilities in relation to communal futures and the inadequacies of the Bildungsroman structure to contain and explain these girls' stories.
But it works the other way, too, according to Chu: through Gibson, "cyberspace" opens up as an uncanny, mind-bending phenomenon the strangeness of which is hidden behind etiolated metaphor.
It is extracted from the crownshaft, formed by the overlapping, tubular leaf sheaths, and consists of the immature, etiolated leaves.
The poems' use of vivid colors serves as a protest against etiolated social conventions, as well as a manifestation of "social and sexual tensions and disturbed emotions" (p.
In each of these stories the unnamed narrator is wounded, balling himself into the bland efficiencies he shares with a flighty, sexually etiolated female (in one case male).
Modern economics, increasingly followed by much political and social discourse, is dominated by a highly etiolated vision of capitalism, which comprises nothing other than rational individual agents competing with each other to maximise their own welfare.
92) Although some scholars criticize the opinion as a product of etiolated ethics within the legal profession, (93) the memo also signals several signs of motivated reasoning.
While Matthew Dunster's realization was full of spectacular moments, the central relationship--between Paul Hilton's Faustus and Arthur Darvill's Mephistopheles--was etiolated, so that there was at the heart of the show very little to pull focus from the vaunting magnificence of Marlowe's script.