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This resolution of contradictions is something to be recognized in the Kabbalah, and the playfulness and dubiousness in Borges's texts.
Verses such as "sencilla como la nada" or "la nada de nuestros nunca cuerpos" are not only a call to the abolition of bourgeois feminine values but also a challenge to the dubiousness of a body/spirit split.
Anyone who has had to endure, either in person or in print, someone else's tortured justifications of every small formal gesture in a poem into meaningful interpretation must feel the dubiousness of this pronouncement.
The dubiousness of this strategy was revealed on March 26,1996, the very day Dole cinched the GOP nomination by winning the California primary.
And if one believes that it is, does trademark enforcement reluctance actually imply dubiousness about the propriety of the asserted rights in the underlying trademark?
I think there's a lot of dubiousness in our caucus to fast track, given that every time we sign a free-trade agreement it seems other countries violate the rules and we don't," said Sen.
The play marks Barnardine as a reprobate but also insists on the dubiousness of that label.
Ongoing training and practice are the most important ingzedients in my recipe for risk management, with dubiousness as a key ingredient.
Any development or any future AHDR that aims at truly describing the greatly varying areas making up the so-called region must acknowledge this variety, as well as the dubiousness inherent in promulgating terms associated with Arctic discourse in order to create a focus on certain characteristics.
79) Such a sale would not, on the face of it, be unlawful but set in the context of the Nazi persecution of Jews this type of transfer takes on a significant element of moral dubiousness.
As we shall see in turning to the theory of the sublime, Shelley discerns the political dubiousness of the sublime in two aspects: first, in the concealment that is part of the sublime, its ability to hide its means, in the sense that Longinus means when he writes that the rhetorical sublime conceals its status as rhetoric; and second, in the violence fundamental to the sublime, vis-a-vis its relation to power and dominion.
But despite the dubiousness of such apparent mass "cyberchondria", the highly respected Pew Research Centre says phone surveys do not support "the oft expressed fear that patients are using the internet to self-diagnose and self-medicate without reference to medical professionals.
As the day progresses, Dan as Trot flays a group of factory girls, Mary the shopkeeper, and Mary's brother Jone, whose initial dubiousness and bravery vanishes when Trot appears before him.
But both the sacred and the profane come up even over 150 minutes, such that the terror and apathy and dubiousness of nurse and nun are granted equal measure.
Decameron's conventional techniques gently guide any viewer to reflect on sexual freedom, the ideological dubiousness of which is expressed in Caterina's enigmatic gaze.