Without mechanisms of ensnarement
, further innovation does not guarantee future success.
(49) Similarly, Stokes betrays a narcissistic self-fascination that brings about his own downfall by "doating to infinity" on his whiskers, whilst they belong to a physical look seemingly demanded by a prevalent rhetoric of male grooming from whose ensnarement
it is difficult to escape.
This dual character of the lawfulness requirement bars the government from using any "kind of force which pretends law," whether it be an act of "mere force," or "a malicious ensnarement
under colour of law," or if the arbitrariness resides in the "harshness of the law itself." (28)
There is, for instance, an original and ingenious solution to the scene in which Belch, Aguecheek and Fabian conceal themselves intheboxtree towitnessMalvolio's ensnarement
There is, for instance, an original and ingenious solution to the scene in which Belch, Aguecheek and Fabian conceal themselves in the box tree to witness Malvolio's ensnarement
in Maria's plot.
"Echelon Conspiracy" has something to do with Max's ensnarement
in a scheme to make an unauthorized expansion of NSA surveillance capabilities, and something else to do with a super-duper NSA computer that may be acting as a rogue agent with a hidden agenda.
In accordance with current trends in third-wave feminism, Hermann's story focuses on the private sphere of heterosexual romantic relationships, revealing the narrator's ensnarement
in traditional role expectations.
Taking up this rhetorical-ornament-as-method-of-trickery thread, Clark traces the function of rhetorical traps in key moments such as Helen's winning over of the king (despite his initial resistance), her ensnarement
of Bertram, and the trapping of Parolles with his own words.
And so, his ensnarement
of the princes leads to their ruin.
By mirroring his movements as he encircles her, the shot, with its suggestion of ensnarement
and confinement, prefigures his reducing her to a state of utter subjection.
As he notes to his confidant, the letter writer, it may be his new friend Ali who prevents his moving on; his ensnarement
indicates that he is perhaps trapped in a land where he is free to embrace his new masculine identity, though he is only beginning, at the close of the novel, to openly announce it to the world.
(45) Magdalena and Corinthians' ensnarement
by a patriarchal system which is predicated upon the division of labour along gender lines is reflected in the fact that their brother is unable "to really distinguish them (or their roles) from his mother." (46)
Anita Hill's ensnarement
between conflictive discourses resonates with that of Sojourner Truth: The colorblind ideology expressed by some of Hill's white female supporters, for example, led them to see her accusation solely as a gendered issue (Crenshaw, 1992), while at the same time, many in Black communities were concerned primarily with the racial implications of such an "airing of dirty laundry."
According to Spender, Malcolm Lowry's big book spun about that self-contradiction tells of a life of ensnarement
in a "despair ...
If it's a fishing pole, don't say that it's an icthyological ensnarement