multifariousness


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Spatial multifariousness in low-wage employment likelihoods is associated with minimum wages.
Likewise, rising land-prices force out the remains of small manufacturing production (profitable in production terms but unable now to pay for the location), thus denuding the old multifariousness of the capital's economy6 The spatial contradictions of this neoliberal regime are tearing the country apart.
One report after another, in true multifariousness, has been persuasively arguing that we are teetering on a cliff before climatic catastrophes send us over.
in all its particularity and multifariousness," according to Scott (1973), leads him to maximalist techniques, as noted by Tanner (1986).
It justifies the organization of the book and also does justice to the complexity and multifariousness of intimacy in a very conspicuous way.
By elaborating the concept of corporate norm-consumership, I have taken into account the multifariousness of corporate voluntary norm compliance and offered a framework to distinguish non-consumers, incomplete norm-consumers and all-embracing norm-consumers.
At one point Rivlin explains to an Arab Christian that he is searching "for warning signs of the insane brutality that later broke out in Algeria" (220), leaving the reader to wonder whether a serious scholar would embrace such a deterministic reading of a culture whose multifariousness and complexity he claims to respect.
The Fantasticks director Beck found that the multifariousness of steampunk imagery could help underscore the musical's message about innocence, experience and disillusionment.
As Justice Scalia put it, "[t]he discretionary nature of the doctrine, combined with the multifariousness of the factors relevant to its application .
Such multifariousness is a necessary aspect of the relationship between grand strategy and the control of power.
The multifariousness does not rest in content only.
A History of Color" panegyrizes life's hybridity and multifariousness, a vibrance that helps humans withstand death, which the poem regards as a monistic state.
His topics include framing the concept of mysticism, the glory of the kingdom restored, where the kingdom is in the gospels, who it is for, metanoia as transformation, the multifariousness of psyche, the words from the cross as a scene of serenity, and rendering ekstasis in the New Testament.
His hypothesis is significant, not so much because it reiterates the intrinsic polyphony and multifariousness of modern literature, but because it places ambiguity as the locus of a poetic threshold which is not meant to be trespassed upon.
I had no overarching thesis to promote, not even a hunch that I would find a common thread amidst all this beautiful multifariousness.