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Synonyms for spatial

pertaining to or involving or having the nature of space



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The spatialised climatologies revealed a very dry area in the Northern part of our study domain, corresponding to Venosta Valley; by observing seasonal climatologies, a two-pronged behaviour of precipitation for Upper Valtellina was found: a very dry winter, where mountain barring mostly acts, opposed to a very wet summer, when convective precipitation is prevalent.
This paper examined how diversity is managed through racialised, spatialised and state-sanctioned policy measures and campaigns that facilitate norms through explicit and implicit rules of engagement.
Dependent on the particular issue, however, this pursuit required me to engage with a variety of actors, organisations, technologies, policy documents and animals that sat along slightly different spatialised trajectories (Latour 1996).
It's a strikingly apposite image because, in Australia, the figure of the bogan personifies a spatialised cultural division based diffusely on perceptions of low class, limited education and poor taste.
Like Henry James, however, she combines durational time with phenomenological time when introducing spatialised moments.
Their multi-channel, spatialised sound installation features the recorded conversations of thousands of ravens returning to roost.
In a way 'space becomes 'vital'--and life becomes spatialised' (Cavalletti 2005).
Given that in contemporary drama dialogue is often replaced by a "poly-logue" where communication is no longer the focal point, but a spatialised materiality of voices, her findings not only have numerous implications for contemporary theatre but also served as a fitting expansion of the scope of the spatial body on stage.
Habib notes that while Eliot rejected the time philosophy of Bergson, the philosopher's "view of conventional language as 'spatialised" and irredeemably general" and the "distinction between a profound temporal self and a conventional spatial self" still "made an enduring impact on Eliot's work" (Habib 1999, 9).
Because Wright's poetic cartographies are always set in the past, retracing by gone highways, they reveal "a passionate sensitivity to the presence and absence of memories inscribed in space," reflecting how "memory too has become spatialised" (Jarvis 190).
This paper advocated that a more sophisticated, spatialised understanding of culture is required.
Whether in colonial or postcolonial settings, philanthropy clearly has both differentiated and spatialised agendas.
Here, then, is the counterpart to the spatialised longing for what cannot be brought back to us from far away, and what perhaps we never had, or Jameson's nostalgic nostalgia: namely, the fear of what might yet or already be, and what might not keep its distance, if it was ever far away.
The complex factors that can be shown empirically to mediate student achievement include issues of content and construct validity and test preparation, the overreliance on single-shot assessment, and the dynamics of spatialised poverty and demographic change.
The antagonisms that are produced are likely to be highly spatialised, both in terms of national-level and intra-regional class conflicts, as unevenness is exploited and accentuated by the emergent accumulation model.