etiolated


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(especially of plants) developed without chlorophyll by being deprived of light

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One has to picture the famously portly Chesterton sketched as an etiolated, sickly student by Aubrey Beardsley in order to represent this anomalous situation in graphic form.
But even the Party's institutions had become etiolated during the later years of Kim Il Sung and the Kim Jong Il years, given that 'charismatic' power had little need for its legitimising function.
But it works the other way, too, according to Chu: through Gibson, "cyberspace" opens up as an uncanny, mind-bending phenomenon the strangeness of which is hidden behind etiolated metaphor.
The downtrodden papist knew himself, in spite of the disabilities imposed on him, part of a powerful, tightly organised and proud church with global reach, vigorous institutions and intellectual heavyweight champions; which was more than the poignant memory of Malachi's collar of gold or the etiolated messianism of the Jacobite aisling had to offer.
Gary Lutz, chronicler of unwonderful and morosely moored persons, continues to tickle darkly in Divorcer ("Friends don't let friends stay friends"), which concerns the supreme act of breaking off: "Divorce, I kept forgetting, is not the opposite of marriage; it's the opposite of wedding." This collection features four long stories and three shorter, with the titles of the four serving as the perfect settee for his mordant gnosis: "Divorcer," "To Whom Might I Have Concerned?", "I Have to Feel Halved," and "Womanesque." In each of these stories the unnamed narrator is wounded, balling himself into the bland efficiencies he shares with a flighty, sexually etiolated female (in one case male).
The poems' use of vivid colors serves as a protest against etiolated social conventions, as well as a manifestation of "social and sexual tensions and disturbed emotions" (p.
Modern economics, increasingly followed by much political and social discourse, is dominated by a highly etiolated vision of capitalism, which comprises nothing other than rational individual agents competing with each other to maximise their own welfare.
This tableau may be considered a representation of the novel that the conference was about, if we imagine Mellors as an angel who carries away an etiolated Constance to revivify her body and soul.
While Matthew Dunster's realization was full of spectacular moments, the central relationship--between Paul Hilton's Faustus and Arthur Darvill's Mephistopheles--was etiolated, so that there was at the heart of the show very little to pull focus from the vaunting magnificence of Marlowe's script.
But to me it feels like an etiolated variation on the ever more popular waterfront development scheme.
"Epoisses has been etiolated (look it up) out of existence, as far as I'm concerned.
Cyanogenesis : the biosynthesis of linomarina and lotaustralin in etiolated seedlings.