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We are programmed to recognize and appreciate the spin countless commentators and explicators of our tradition, both ancient and modern have given our text.
Influence study has been the path taken by explicators of various twentieth- century writers in disenfranchised modes, from H.
If we accept the use of partial explicators, ie the behaviours of humans in groups makes them more likely to comply with its mores, it can be combined with other frameworks such as gender to add other dimensions.
Cognitive Style and Personal Involvement as Explicators of Innovative Purchasing of 'Healthy' Food Brands", European Journal of Marketing, Vol 27 No 2, pp 5-16.
This context of interpretation allowed explicators with sufficient insight and imagination to apprehend cryptic messages of Heaven, and to endow the seemingly accidental with a meaning and causal necessity that spoke directly to the concerns of reader or listener.
Explicators see themselves as performing a "Socratic" function, not an adversarial function with regard to current practice.
Within the academy, "major," at least since the heyday of Eliot and Pound, has tended to mean "difficult"--possibly because difficulty supposes a need for expert interpretation and therefore justifies the existence of professional explicators.
While both he and Joyce soon acquired bands of 'critical' followers, these critics were for the most part explicators, admirers, vindicators.
Kerry pretends not to understand that the most eloquent explicators of the Catholic Church's opposition to abortion ground it in the truism that respect for life transcends the particularities of any given faith.
Because Joyce expended his genius, with "crazed superbity," on pleasing himself, taking no thought of the reader: "Academics and explicators like difficult books, and Joyce helped create the industry they serve; with modern geniuses, you must have the middlemen.