serfdom

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Synonyms for serfdom

Synonyms for serfdom

the state of a serf

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The adscription has been performed, as mentioned above, according to the visual identification of the visual features proposed by Banerjee and his team (2008: 45).
Since those are directly related to our adscription of the work of Beatriz Santiago Munoz to the idea of an emancipative unseen, it will be worth developing them here succinctly.
Its adscription to higher education is even more recent in some countries, only ten years ago (Sanchez, 2012).
We will examine the intrahistorical adscription of Lolita in the first place.
The history of short story theory is revised in the chapter's first pages, describing landmarks such as Poe's famous 'unity of effect' or Bowen's adscription of the genre to Russian Formalism, and concluding with comments on most of the groundbreaking studies to date, such as Charles May's Short Story Theories (1976), Susan Lohafer's Coming to Terms with the Short Story (1983), Clare Hanson's Short Stories and Short Fictions 1880-1980 (1985), Dominic Head's The Modernist Short Story (1992) or Farhat Iftekharuddin et al.'s The Postmodern Short Story: Forms and Issues (2003).
The individual's exhibition of icons other than those from their own social adscription or any kind of gesture in the way of rendering their essential or transcendental character relative would be considered as a frontal attack against the whole social system these symbols stood for.