exteriorization


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embodying in an outward form

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Resilience, then, grows with moderation and balance, with efficient pacing and exteriorization, with patience and tolerance.
In such case, the exteriorization of the ovaries may be more difficult, increasing the risk of rupture of the uterine horn or loss of ovarian tissue within the abdominal cavity, as reported in other study (HANCOCK et al.
As Eco observes, "The Crocean illusion of an interior figuration, whose physical exteriorization is only a corollary event, deliberately ignored one of the richest and most fruitful areas of creativity" (1989, 160).
Just as in Dickinson's poems, zero is for Volkman a concrete exteriorization of the condition of lyric utterance, speech that emerges only by elliptical constraint, by way of the "circuit" or "circumference.
Not just a space for the staging of diegesis--as are many movie hotels, as Kracauer and Tallack have shown--the Earle is also, according to Joel Coen, "an exteriorization of the John Goodman character" (Bergan 140).
These mnemocultural modes, even as they are deeply involved in the process of exteriorization, bring forth the 'interior' as marked by the 'exterior' code, at the most material level they set the body to work.
He was aware of the significance of this: he wrote with admiration that the posmodernistas finally began to look at the world around them, instead of idealizing nature as a mere exteriorization of an emoting self and its vain quest for a sensory manifestation of the sublime.
Beginning with an analysis of how "causality as concealing revelation" works on the level of God's inner-Trinitarian life, the piece moves on to a consideration of the way in which the human soul reveals itself in successive stages of exteriorization that culminate in the creation of the body, its "image.
Potential disadvantages include the need for tubal exteriorization and the potential for mesosalpingeal hemorrhage, Dr.
She states: "Things Irish in Beckett's plays are neither setting nor subject, but rather they function as structure in a dramatic practice that depends upon exteriorization, distance, removal, and alienation.
Beckett's tableaux are often the exteriorization of what we see inside our heads.
He declared that the events happened because of the exteriorization of a physical force that, when out of people's bodies, could affect the objects and form human images.
His premise was that these "sketches" caught the exteriorization of inner truths more accurately than working with a stationary posed model.
The Bondi modified radical mastoidectomy was developed during the 19th century to treat attic cholesteatoma by exteriorization to make the ear "safe" while preserving middle ear structures and hearing.
is struck by "the exteriorization of religion, by the intense will and commitment of so many individuals to affirm their personal religion" (13).