But of course that elides
the semantic distinctions," Greenhouse argues.
But a superficial new documentary from the Smithsonian Channel, Legend of Lead Belly, elides
the most controversial aspects of his life and imposes a relentlessly positive spin.
Although highly stylized, it is not abstract; while citing familiar elements of everyday life, it elides
any connection with reality.
Notably, Tillet also shows how Sankofa and the photographs represent a form of African-American exceptional ism as the slave forts become, for the African American tourist, a utopic reclamation of an imagined preslavery Africa that elides
the contemporary politics and cultures of Ghana and Senegal.
The third focuses on Iran, portraying the country as an expansionary power that is perceived as a threat by the Sunni states of the region (although Lewis here elides
the difference between the rulers of these states and their populations, who routinely rank Iran far below Israel and the United States as perceived threats) and as irredeemably hostile to Jews (ignoring the fact that the Persian Jews live a generally peaceful life in Iran), therefore requiring that Western states engage in disruption of the regime and preparation for possible military action (advice which seems rather contradictory to the premise of the first essay, to say the least).
In his attack on Barker he elides
furniture and scenery as when he claims that a photograph shows that a "setting used realistic furniture to reproduce the kind of 'fourth-wall' ambiance familiar to contemporary audiences" (55).
The ironies are worked for all they're worth - Ifan Meredith's moralistic judge Angelo becomes brothel owner Mistress Overdone, Eiry Thomas as the wronged Juliette elides
into enthusiastic wrong-er Lucio.
The elision of phrases also contracts some four-measure phrases into three measures, as 1Tb (1) elides
with 2T (mm.
To invoke a widely employed distinction which Turner's study compels us to treat as a historical result, an assumed opposition between intellectual and manual work elides
the many relations between early modern mechanical arts, poetics, and dramatic practice, especially at the epistemological level.
And you can help prevent the fork From breaking or rusting in place by cleaning and lubing the shaft the gear elides
on at least every six months.
While this formulation enables Fumerton to trace a narrative that leads directly from the early modern itinerant subject to the modern self, her argument that religious definitions of subjectivity are by their very nature more settled or secure than secular ones both elides
the dislocations that characterize many spiritual self-narratives of the period and assumes a clear divide between secular and sacred discourses of selfhood.
It is misleading because it elides
the larger issue of xenophobia and anti-Muslim bias.