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Intentionality and overtness, to repeat, are definitional of true communication.
Drawing on these notions, a continuum may be identified in the dimension of subjectivity in terms of the parameter 'salience or overtness of the role of the conceptualizer', ranging from cases where the conceptualizer is part of the object of conceptualization and is thus encoded as the explicit source of the evaluation, to those where the conceptualizer is implicit and non-salient, and those where the role of the current speaker as source of the evaluation is opaque (Marin-Arrese 2006, 2007a).
In the dream, its homo-erotic coefficient reverberates solely in the overtness of endearment and the desire for the intensifying conjunction with the imago which initiated it.
Hello, sit down,' he said, the overtness of his bonhomie suggesting that he had already enjoyed a pint or three.
But Don't Ask, Don't Tell is remarkable only for the overtness of the coerced invisibility that it employs, not the fact of it.
The attacker is particularly worrying because the overtness of his crimes suggests he's willing to take any risk to get at young boys, said Detective Corinne Malinka with the Foothill Sexual Assault Detail.
The interviews were marked with a high degree of overtness as I provided a thorough description of the project, its purpose, and the ways in which participants' comments would be used.
95) Distinct from the overtness of de jure discrimination, bias emerges at all phases of criminal justice, extending from street-level policing to courtroom sentencing.
Can it be that the major cruise lines have been doing it all along, or is it their unabashed overtness lately that has piqued my curiosity?
An involvement and overtness measure for lesbians: Its development and relation to anxiety and social zeitgeist.
It was this in-your-face overtness that cost him most dearly during his inquisitorial trial.
America's overtness telescopes and summarizes this disaster as a common destiny for the entire human species.
In the Rome talk in which he repudiated his earlier music, Cardew spoke of the requisite overtness of political art.
Given the overtness of this commitment, and the energy he put into propagandizing in 1937, it is surprising that his recent biographers have dismissed his political intentions.
This kind of class consciousness is troubling not only for its overtness but for its insistent orderliness, its authoritarian demand of obedience; it is troubling precisely for the polite cleanliness of its cruelty.