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Drawing on social capital ideas, for example, Gamm and Putnam (1999, 551), hypothesize that small American cities were associationally prolific around 1900 because they were more socially enclosed than large metropolises.
Lucas in Phantom Menace is also working associationally with the mythology of the virgin birth of the hero; Campbell gives an account (Hero 297-314) of this mythology's multicultural nature.
Its most logical roost is the cinema, where the earliest filmmakers proved that people tend to think associationally, and much of the important work occurs in the editing room.
Thus the Haudenosaunee Epochs are unified, but because western scholars fail to think associationally about reincarnation, they mistakenly view the Epochs of Haudenosaunee history as completely unrelated to each other and immaterial to factual history.
The capacity to make a newer or better nature is associationally appropriate to poets, but it is almost literally appropriate to painters.
Your mind spins off into all sorts of only associationally related things.
O'Hara understands, that is, that his psyche lives off the surface of life, associationally, just because, in his deepest center of feeling, he is always only "A Step Away From Them," a step away from the dead he loves, that step being only one step, even though he moves along at such a pace.
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