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They seek to put their finger on the unique and unreproducible quality of their chosen author, but they are able to do so only through a comparison with another, thus making them appear unoriginal, a lesser version of their precursor.
While it is true that Hickey communicates the paintings' particular and unreproducible presence, and Burton skillfully reads the 1996 painting Lola, these are exceptions.
What the advocates of reproducible and quantifiable skills do not recognize is the temporally indefinite and unreproducible character of inductive reasoning as a crucial component of dynamic research, effective instruction, and thoughtful problem-solving as a whole.
While word formation leads to new stable entries in the lexicon, the slip compound has only an ephemeral existence--it is unique and unreproducible.
40-1), which translates as: 'But a certain cut of the face, which was not european, combined with a form of dress, [composed] from different fashions, but with a taste that was unreproducible by anyone.
The FAAS system works by attaching an unreproducible RFID (Radio Frequency Identification Device) to the back of the canvas or paper reproduction--using a specially formulated compound that will not react with the canvas or inks.
The real and unreproducible, then, acquire a unique aura.
This effect is attributable to particle size distribution rather than the actual size of the particles, and this was observed to lead to unreproducible results when samples of the broad particle-size range were examined.
produce "the exception, the unique, unreproducible event,"
The requirements of toxicogenomics studies strain the performance limits of microarrays, which are relatively insensitive and unreproducible (although commercial suppliers have come a long way in addressing such issues).
Because two potential confounders which are highly correlated with one another (collinear variables) will not only provide very similar information but may also lead to results which are unreproducible or difficult to interpret (28), the independent variables were screened for collinearity.
d] since ideas are provisional responses to particular and unreproducible circumstances, their survival depends not on their immutability but on their adaptability.
Avoid excess tension because it may make results unreproducible.
And they believed that since ideas are provisional responses to particular and unreproducible circumstances, their survival depends not on their immutability but on their adaptability.
Seemingly unreproducible, Solanas's memory, writings, and image had all simply vanished, as ephemeral as pr int itself.
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