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serving as a visible symbol for something abstract

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Gadda emblematically closes the book as probably the most relevant--and yet problematic--example of how the treatment of laughter merges, in the Italian novelists from the beginning of the Twentieth Century, into a subtler discourse about the eradication of originality in bourgeois societies.
It is emblematically connected with Descartes' famous pronouncement cogito ergo sum, she says, and has become something of a social ideology.
At the same time, Lefanu skilfully explores the conflicts, continuities and ruptures between the new revolutionary project, embodied in the figure of the 'homem novo' (new man), and the old remnants of the colonial society, emblematically represented by 'Xiconhoca'.
Here he becomes emblematically a jackstraw, an effigy, or stuffed man.
However, emblematically, some of the principles and concepts involved in the perspective on absolute creation and the universe are also active in the case of the perspective on human creation, as, especially at cultural and linguistic levels, it is a maker of the universes which describe and set the boundaries of the profile and scope of the frameworks of existence and expression.
Perhaps most emblematically, the industry fought tooth and nail to ban VCRs, fearing the technology would destroy Hollywood's ability to make money.
This is captured emblematically in the eviction of our species from the Biblical Garden of Eden.
Emblematically, Tocqueville claims that "although the vast country that I have been describing was inhabited by many indigenous tribes, it may justly be said, at the time of its discovery by Europeans, to have formed one great desert" (Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America, Vol.
But in chapter 2 there is genuinely more to be said: "The Cardinal's Parrot" concentrates on the ways the bird became emblematically associated with medieval Catholicism and Boehrer guides the reader through such diverse material as Alexander Neckham's De Naturis Return (peddling false etymology to connect pope and parrot), through accounts of parrot-keeping pontiffs (Martin V and Pius II, among others) and princes (Louis d'Orleans, Charles VI, and Margaret of Austria), to an iconographical link with the Madonna.
This is emblematically shown in the colours of the flag of the PEACE-movement.
Of Gardner's feature films, Dead Birds seems the most emblematically troubling to his critics.
From the very start, From the Edge was conceived emblematically.
Israel wants it linked only for the better, yet it cannot have it both ways in that it cannot emblematically see itself as the heir of the victims and also say that you can cast it off in terms of what it wants to do--one of the things is that you have the left and the extreme right and joining elements within Europe as well, in the attempt to cheapen the sting of it by odious comparisons.
landscape, North Carolina's license plate projects a homonymic mis-association with the dominant motif of American popular cultural discourse recognized emblematically by Leslie Fiedler (1960:318) as the razzle-dazzle of escape.