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permanently resistive to fading

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cannot be removed or erased


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For biorepositories where frozen tissues undergo long-term storage, label indelibility is particularly important.
Both seek a kind of dimension and indelibility that will make a play and its ideas linger with an audience beyond the curtain call.
(78) However, Adrastus' suggestion here is antithetical to many other voices of the Thebaid, which assert the indelibility of ancestral stigma, as repeatedly reaffirmed by Jupiter.
And while sparkling soprano Laura Wright is probably capable of a slightly more tuneful national anthem than the 74-year-old - and her six-song set will be one of this weekend's highlights - the Royal College of Music undergraduate still has some way to go to rival the indelibility of Jones's footprints.
Instead of trying to recreate a traumatic experience for the viewer (a significant tradition in Holocaust films, according to Hirsch), (12) the film impresses the viewer with the searing indelibility of these experiences for Gyorgy, the way that memory works for a once careless, heedless youth plunged into the camps.
Either of them could have been set easier targets that in the record books would have a look of indelibility but which, in truth, would have represented a shirking of the issue.
When a tragic accident erases all memory of a woman's marriage from her mind, her husband must work overtime to recreate the spark that caused her to fall in love with him, in "The Vow," a complaisant datenight bauble designed for romantic indelibility, right down to its touching true-story roots.
Like Du Maurier's heroine, Iris fears that she is becoming 'ghost-like': the shadow of the other who manifests herself through spectral traces (especially in her handwriting; like Du Maurier's Rebecca, her 'uncanny presence' partly derives from her 'indelibility').
(51) This view is (no doubt surprisingly for some) akin in spirit to the psychology of the eternal return of Nietzsche, which also emphasized the indelibility of each instant.
Drawing on Nancy Fraser, she argues that feminism's focus on the private as the primary site of women's oppression and liberation, whether in the domestic sphere, in language, or in identity, has unwittingly served to advance neoliberal transformations due to a failure to "predict how the public sphere could be reconceptualized to take on the structural features that defined the private sphere" and/or to "calculate the indelibility of capital's need for the private sphere as a site of superexploitation and exceptions to the law" (48).
Indelibility and accessibility are the cornerstones of new new media.
Guillaumin argues that the characteristics of marks, and their indelibility and 'more or less proximity to/association with the body', reflect relations of power and the permanence of the power relationship.
If and when justice has been obtained - for all Lebanese - those words will have acquired a practical permanence to match their symbolic indelibility.
In the form of language, she is the story that the two men exchange in Chapter Three, and as a story, Carmen engenders the irrevocability and indelibility of the alliance between the two men.
The indelibility of religious identity has fuelled many conflicts, which threaten the stability prescribed by the modern nation-state.