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As Gages contends, in his scathing criticism of Caravaggio's Death of the Virgin the Sienese physician Giulio Mancini emphasized the stylistic fallacy of depicting the funerals of the Virgin indecorously but evaluated Caravaggio's idiosyncratic and unequivocal artistic approach (90, 92, 95, 96, 99).
The narrator's claim that he was indecorously and wrongly deposed suggests one of the primary ways the metaphor of decapitation works in the novel: by evocation of mob rule that threatens the autonomy of individuals.
He also castigates Peter Bergson, a noted Palestinian Jew who, in the United States, petitioned aggressively, and to the minds of some Jews indecorously, to have American Jews and politicians do more to stop Nazi extermination of European Jewry.
Gidado indecorously drops Salmah, his wife of three years, like a burning metal on learning that his second wife has become pregnant; hence Zaria seizes the opportunity to express her view of the men in her world:
In place of an indecorously clinical mimesis of tubercular agony, sources hint that he used a gestural language that countered the helpless (feminizing) lassitude of illness with a fiercely willed (masculinizing) energy.
The verb "regurgitate"-meaning "to throw or pour back or out from a cavity"- may seem indecorously inappropriate when paired with the charming name of a flower, the daisy.
Irma spots a newspaper article about the Mexico City premiere of the movie, with a photograph of Diego, whose world she had indecorously abandoned and silently fled.
I want to emphasize that in a work situation, there is a real risk of personal damage and should be practiced indecorously. Acceptance is something we all want; however, each culture defines how this will be communicated and established.
Sheri somewhat indecorously wakes up, stretching, scratching.
Kelly Holmes sulked when she lost and behaved very indecorously when she finally won a challenge.
Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA) today, said that Lord Siva was a highly revered major deity in Hinduism meant to be worshipped in temples or home shrines and not to be used indecorously or thrown around loosely in reimagined versions for dramatic effects.
JASWANT Singh on Friday lashed out at the BJP for expelling him indecorously. "Even a peon gets better treatment," he said in an interview on Aaj Tak's Seedhi Baatshow.
(47) To this end, it is not surprising at all that Cervantes underscores the ridiculously absurd though quite natural event in which the same "poetisimos varones," upon their arrival at Parnassus, desperately and indecorously drink from the Castalian font, some with great thirst, while others indignantly wash unspeakable things in its sacred waters: "Unos no solamente se hartaron,/sino que pies y manos y otras cosas/ algo mas indecentes se lavaron" (III, 370-72).
Impatiently and indecorously disrupting habitual forms of exchange, straightness would paradoxically embody what Sara Ahmed calls a "queer orientation": "Queer orientations are those that put within reach bodies that have been made unreachable by the lines of conventional genealogy.
First published in 1861, this work contains several inventive narrative and imagistic representations of Western missioners; among them are illustrations of priests worshipping a grunting pig, removing the fetus from a pregnant woman, gouging out the eyes of a convert, and behaving indecorously with Chinese women.
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