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a word that is composed of parts from different languages (e

a composite of mixed origin

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(genetics) an organism that is the offspring of genetically dissimilar parents or stock

produced by crossbreeding

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The conference will bring together leading scholars, designers and artists to work with students from the university's Qatar and Richmond campuses in a series of ongoing activities, collaborative workshops, lab sessions and exhibitions on a theme that aims to explore hybridism within the acts of making, building and sustaining contemporary society," VCUQ Dean Allyson Vanstone said.
Dracula's animal-human hybridism makes him more dramatically compelling, more interesting, than a leopard--or a human-sized vampire bat--could ever be.
Nonetheless, I do not believe that the entire problem can be reduced to a polarity between two epistemological positions in the sense in which Laura Scarano formulates two basic theoretical traditions: first, the tradition founded by Scholes and Hutcheon who argue for discursive hybridism and make its main objective the development of a model for the metaliterary phenomenon and second--and this would be the position closest to Scarano's own premises, since she has managed to avoid tautological closure and its analytical ineffectiveness--the tradition based on the work of Alter and Waugh.
In Cuba, Asplenium laetum could hybridize with other species of the genus Asplenium, which seems possible because they share the same chromosome base number, considering the report of n=36 for Jamaican specimens (Walker, 1966) or with Asplenium delitescens, although different chromosome base numbers could result in a lower probability of hybridism.
It is in this context that the concepts of tropicalism and hybridism arise, often in an innocent and romanticized way (Caldas, 1997; Caldas & Alcadipani, 2006; Caldas & Wood, 1998; Prasad, 2005).
Rather they would prefer to languish on the green, green grass of hybridism, warmed by the heated seat of Priusness.
Andre Vallias's works developed a hybridism between art and poetry that foregrounds the screen as a Cartesian space.
Spanish American Creole cultural identification and subjectivity has traditionally been bound with European-Enlightenment rationality as the first-half of the visit implies, yet as the visit progresses there occurs an inversion of this conception brought about by the ethnic/cultural hybridism of Delaura.
Furthermore, the variants that range from hybridism and syncretism to interculturality and the epistemic decoloniality of discourse fit within the paradigm of anthropophagic subjectivity.
1956) has created strikingly bold and brightly coloured iconic fibreglass sculptures, a personalized hybridism, conflating traditional religious sculptures and the contemporary urban fetish.
There are examples of specific instances in Cohen's work where the Jew co-exists with the Queer; as types of reflexive rejection, these are not examples of unhappy forms of hybridism, but demonstrate how the means to reject so as to expose difficulty and difference is a co-creative act towards affecting the restoration of the self.
World literature identifies within the prestige circuit the work of "like-but-unlike" provenance (Damrosch 2003: 12), in which the local content, a critique of Communist East European kitsch (Kundera), or a revelation of Latin American cultural hybridism (Marquez), has to find consonance with North Atlantic fictional recognitions of character portrayal, concerns and styles.
An important contribution of the book is the distinction that the presence of forms of public address does not necessarily imply the existence of a physical (public) space, but instead recalls the flexibility and hybridism between the public and private realms.