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the act of beginning and carrying through to completion

one's artistic conception as shown by the way in which something such as a dramatic role or musical composition is rendered

the way in which a machine or other thing performs or functions

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Although descriptor scales may provide a basis for understanding learners' linguistic development, teachers understand and interpret these criteria in relation to their experience with real students and their linguistic performances during everyday classroom activities.
Such thinking, in turn, "reflects a combination of technology and linguistic performances and, therefore, cannot and must not be reduced to a mere set of empirical data about test flights and budgetary figures" (p.
More specifically, Brandom holds, 'If any set of performances within a social practice is interpretable by us, in the sense that it can be mapped onto our linguistic performances so as to make conversation possible, then the social practice interpreted is a rational (linguistic) practice' (83).
Through the modification of tradition pronouns and phonetic features, genderqueer individuals in this community created gender ambiguous non-normative linguistic performances.
It is bold and imaginative in its articulation of the political work possible through testimonio without sacrificing precise attention to the interpretive possibilities of linguistic performances that have become a hallmark of Cruz-Malave's work.