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above

on top of

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across

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more than

about

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above

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over and above

over and done with

over and over (again)

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from one end to the other

to an end or conclusion

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(cricket) the division of play during which six balls are bowled at the batsman by one player from the other team from the same end of the pitch

having come or been brought to a conclusion

throughout a period of time

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over the entire area

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Both Overing and Horner are right in their claims that Wealhtheow's speeches bring little change to Heorot's political situation.
First is that they are viewed as threat to the health and well-being of the nation-state or, on the contrary, 'the displaced' themselves are understood to be at threat from the powers that be (Rapport and Overing, 20007: 198).
No obstante, hasta para un iluminista seria dificil defender a ultranza que a "cada cultura le serian inherentes determinadas especificidades historicas y contingentes, que provendrian de modos de vida muy particulares que se diferencian unos de otros" (Rapport y Overing, 2000:92).
Rapport, Nigel and Joanna Overing (2000) Social and cultural Anthropology: the key concepts.
OVERING, Joanna 2007 <<La descolonizacion de la intelectualidad>>.
Caywood & Overing, Teaching Writing: Pedagogy, Gender, and Equity, p.
En las sociedades amazonicas, en contraste, el parentesco no solo representa una teoria de la persona social, sino que tambien representa una filosofia social-cosmologica que define el cuerpo y su relacion con el cosmos (Vivieros de Castro 2001, Overing y Pases 2000).
A DRINK and drug addict attacked his long-term partner because she woke him up ho overing in the afternoon.
In this essay I will contribute to ongoing academic conversations (Butler 1993; Cohen 1994; Rapport and Overing 2000; Rosaldo 1984; Taylor 1985; Sahlins 1985; Parkin 1982; Volosinov 1986 [1973]) on the relationship between social structure and individual agency by discussing Muinane people's (1) discursive and ritual practices concerning their own subjectivity in general, and certain institutionalized forms of relationships in particular.
La premiere partie traite de la convivialite comme un processus de creation, elle doit se construire et etre entretenue (Juan Alvaro Echeverri, Peter Gow, Joanna Overing, Mark Jamieson, Alan Passes, Stephen W.
It instructs the child, or rather, places an ideological burden upon her, while oVering a strategic recompense for the adult's historical sense of loss.
Gift of Mary Louisa Boit, Julia Overing Boit, Jane Hubbard Boit, and Florence D.
I guess I was overing their go-to reciever,'' Coutin said.
Each volume contains an introductory essay by the volume editor(s) c overing the work's genesis, performance, transmission, and reception; editorial methodology; and, where relevant, issues of performance practice.
9 Though Beowulf awaits a comprehensive assessment in the terms of the theory and history of the body sketched above, some gestures in this direction have been made by Godfrey (note 4); Janet Thorman, "The Body of the Mother in Beowulf," delivered at the Modern Language Association of America Convention, Chicago, 29 December, 1990; and by Gillian Overing, Language, Sign, and Gender in Beowulf (Carbondale: Southern Illinois Univ.