fusional


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fusional

(ˈfjuːʒənəl)
adj
1. of or relating to fusion
2. (Linguistics) (of a language) being one in which morphemes are combined in a way which is often difficult to decipher
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The diagnostic program includes tests to assess heterophorias, fixation disparity, fusional vergence, suppression, motor fields, pursuits, and saccades.
Una vez mas, es esclarecedor analizar sus metaforas rectoras: la idea del vinculo "sano" mana con reiteracion para referirse a relaciones independientes que poco tienen que ver con ese uso fusional del tiempo que caracteriza a "otras" parejas.
The motif of the revelation, through death, of being-together or being-with, and of the crystallization of the community around the death of its members, that is to say around the "loss" (the impossibility) of their immanence and not around their fusional assumption in some collective hypostasis, leads to a space of thinking incommensurable with the problematics of sociality and intersubjectivity [.
We may conclude that, especially in fusional languages, morphology plays a major role in individuating words, much more than in isolating languages where the syntactic position of a word establishes its function.
enmeshed in a narcissistic state of fusional identification with the
Treatment of fusional disorders in patients with brain damage].
Loving to the point of death, the Son of God "consummates" all of creation in summative union with the Father, but not in a fusional manner.
En los pacientes que recibieron 5-AZA no se logro respuesta hematologica, resaltandose el mataanalisis realizado por Gurion R, et al (10) que no mostro independencia trans fusional.
It is true that standardized visual parameters such as acuity, depth perception, accommodative and fusional ranges and flexibilities can be improved but the question is still whether this will result in improved sports performance.
Deviating from standard presentations of love as fusional, Nancy posits that love initiates a cutting, an incision, a fissure.
En este caso la madre mantenia una relacion fusional con sus dos hijos, aunque se hacia mucho mas patente con el hijo menor, lo que se retroalimentaba por el hecho de que su marido, en muchas ocasiones, se mostraba frio, distante o ausente (Pereira y Bertino, 2009).