By means of such character reappearance Pereda singularizes
and extols Don Celso as "the best of the hidalgos."
In Meatless Days Suleri's disregard of chronology, blending of fact and fiction and search for identity singularizes her work.
In this situation the writer of the text too becomes more of herself and follows what her 'self' dictates that in a way singularizes her from her siblings.
Not surprisingly, the first locodescriptive inscription by Dave the Potter singularizes
the district of the Lewis Miles pottery works: "Edgefield District" (August 25, 1840).
(26.) We might of course further contrast the apparent literality of art to Badiou's assertion that 'what, amongst the processes of truth, singularizes
art, is that the subject of truth is drawn from the sensible ...
To adopt the terminology proposed by Igor Kopytoff, ultrasound commoditizes the fetus (i.e., makes it exchangeable) in the same movement that it also singularizes
it (i.e., endows it with a singular social identity).
Although a limited strain of sentimentalism registers in these poems as well, Byron's gothicism singularizes
itself by the primacy and power of its Calvinistic naturalism.
the subject in contrast to the sameness imposed by the il y a.