disjointedness


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lacking order or coherence

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Some of the disjointedness could have been avoided with more proactive editing and a thorough introduction that provided coherence to the various themes presented.
Second, Linn only makes cursory mention of the logistical challenges presented by the terrain and the disjointedness of the theaters of operation.
The stories' disjointedness, and their frankly uninteresting content, leaves Love and Profanity with a thought-provoking premise but a lackluster result.
Getting the right balance between resting bodies without risking disjointedness is tough but here he got it right.
Martinez suggested afterwards that anxiety was to blame for the first-half disjointedness, and that pressure to achieve something this term could explain why.
Many scenes are left incomplete and devoid of humour in the absence of Will's lines, and the overall effect is one of extreme disjointedness.
His discussions of War and Peace, Anna Karenina, and Hadji-Murat, for instance, are spread out in bits and pieces over many different chapters, with frequent foreshadowing and backtracking, thus creating an overall impression of disjointedness.
It is sad that, rather than bringing fresh insights to bear on the novel, Mapping the Modern Mind instead unintentionally mirrors and distorts the novel's own disjointedness and incoherence and becomes itself a parody, a caricature of Woolf's novelistic experimentation and her purposeful rambling.
He said: "What I want is the squad players to come in and do better but there was a bit of disjointedness about the performance.
This left an inevitable sense of disjointedness among the various chapters that, unfortunately, the introduction by Kiichiro Yagi, with an autonomous discussion of yet another economist, F.
The result is not complete meaninglessness, but rather a sense of disjointedness.
It's difficult to enumerate the particular qualities that draw Morelli's ear, but he tends to zero in on the sort of jams that are somehow infectious in their dissonance, rhythmic in their disjointedness, textural in their particular brand of low fidelity.
Consequently, she conveys both the disjointedness of her characters' existence and the possibility of cohesion even within this disjointedness, thus paralleling Chaos Theory in which predictability (future behavior) is not an inevitable outcome even in systems which are apparently deterministic.
This apparent disjointedness, however, is explained by Lopez to be an inherent quality of aesthetic works created post-slavery.
In addition to addressing the disjointedness of the book, additional editing could remove the imbalance that results from the inconsistent length of articles and chapters.