The empty, blurry, grainy, and referentially
impossible photographs in Martino's Cara fotografia make it impossible to forget.
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, categories A and B did not reveal an intention of using the feedback to evaluate the understanding of the science they were writing about in their report.
If, in the previous chapter, Mary Shelton, the presumed author, could not be secured referentially
, then here, the figure at issue, eludes referentiality more radically as the unspoken and unwritable region that becomes the source of transgression.
Certainly, an introductory survey needs to account for these texts, summarise their content and aims, and use them referentially
as an argument progresses.
3) Scream 3: Neve Campbell and David Arquette return in the referentially
humorous horror franchise.
Incorporating rhythms that are referentially
dependent on prior representation, the imaginary space of 'Variations on Omar Khayyam' (CP, pp.
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The goal was to ensure timely availability of referentially
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Magda's discourse contains many intellectual reflections on history but these do not mention a Maria Mouton event and appear to be referentially
nonspecific on purpose.
and representationally bankrupt, the "more" he produces, the "more" he perverts possibilities for meaning, the "more" he exposes, the "more" he disrupts temporality, tonality and language (Arac 680) the easier it becomes to shed attachments to truth, continuity, "emplottments" of cure.
The various NPs which occur as predicate complements of was in the series of equative clauses in Pip's third paragraph (the churchyard, the marshes, the river, the sea, and finally Pip) are functioning descriptively rather than referentially
Since the California scheme for licensing bingo operations was not sufficiently prohibitive of conduct, but rather, permitted it under licence, the majority of the court held that Public Law 280 did not referentially
incorporate the California bingo licensing scheme so as to apply it to Indian country.
Poetry, therefore, which is the creation of possible worlds by means of words, is primarily a manifestation of lie and only referentially
a manifestation of truth.