intromission


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the state of being allowed entry

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By contrast, there was a significant effect of DEHP exposure on the latency to the first intromission (p = 0.
In relation to saline group, 4 or 8 nmol ghrelin significantly increased the mount, intromission and ejaculation latencies.
14) Following the irrefutable logic of the Islamic scholar Ibn al-Haitham Al Hazan, who argued that since the moon and stars are so far away, it is impossible for a ray from the eye to reach them and thus illuminate them, it became the accepted wisdom that vision was rather the result of rays from light sources reaching the eye by a process known as intromission.
2007), copulatory behavior in this study was defined as an instance in which a male mounted a female with intromission and thrusting, but did not necessarily ejaculate.
Indeed, as Noel O'Sullivan has pointed out, a charitable reading of Oakeshott's accounts of civility in the face of the instrumentalisation of the political may be well-suited to the re-articulation of democratic fellowship against the impingement and usurpation of civility by the political intromission of enterprise associations.
Il serait assez logique que l'amende profite a la famille qui est seule lesee par cette intromission.
If in earlier works national space struggled against the ever menacing intromission of external forces, in Mano de obra it is the subaltern subject itself that contributes to the correct functioning of neoliberalism, as when, for example, Gloria accuses Alberto of wanting to create a union in the second part of the novel, or when Enrique, "[m]as alto que cualquiera de nosotros.
According to Couso (2009), the state exposes adolescents to stigmatization and unjustified criminalization by applying -without scientific justification-legislation that has unlimited intromission in youthful development, a position documented also by Levine (2002).
361) In his view, the United States government's increased intromission into private matters has continuously forced individuals to choose between exercising their constitutional rights and guaranteeing their subsistence.
By combining parts of the mathematical arguments on rays advanced by Euclid with the medical tradition of the Roman physician Galen, and the intromission theories of Aristotle, Ibn Al Haytham theorised that for each point on a seen object, there was a corresponding point on the eye.
As intromission (visual rays emanating from objects to the eye) replaced extramission (rays of light from the object to the eye), the idea of "sight functioning as access to the divine" took on new meaning (Hahn 2000 170; see Camille, 2000 204-08).
Mary Geach, The Female Act of Allowing an Intromission of Impregnating Kind, in HUMAN EMBRYO ADOPTION: BIOTECHNOLOGY, MARRIAGE, AND THE RIGHT TO LIFE 251, 269-70 (Thomas V.
On one level, we find it implicated in opposing models of extramission and intromission (the question of whether vision stems from light rays emitted first from the eye or from the object perceived).