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have the money for

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bear

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to make (something) readily available

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be able to spare or give up

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be the cause or source of

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It should not be surprising to claim that defamiliarization is one of the affordances of the fantastic.
Research Question 2: What are the affordances and constraints of the existing frameworks for video use?
Le schema de la figure 3 represente le parcours transformateur (indique par une fleche) qui est le fil conducteur du processus creatif et chaque element le constituant (l'enculturation, les affordances TIC et l'orchestration creative) en fait partie integrale.
From a microanalysis of texts, my findings show that young people use media/text types, modes and genre/types of activity in their everyday literacy practices differently to how they use the affordances of the media and modes in their college-assessed literacy practices.
The Nature article affirms this affordance by contrasting the Faber apparatus's clumsy bulk with Edison's "little affair of a few pieces of metal, set up roughly on an iron stand about a foot square" ("Talking Phonograph," p.
Grounded in sociocultural theories of language and literacy learning (Halliday, 1985; Vygotsky, 1978), I employed analytical codes such as affordances, constraints, student roles, and changes in student learning.
For example, Sloterdijk sees Plato's Academy as a specific kind of affordance space, a space that affords a kind of architectural epoche.
Students commented on the affordance of visualizing scientific details:
He often zoomed in so the gaps between consecutive numbers were wide enough for precise zooming, accessing the app's affordance of efficient precision.
Affordance of merging computer network, microcontroller, user interface and mobile technologies can gain virtual experimental environments for participants.