Interfusion


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In`ter`fu´sion


n.1.The act of interfusing, or the state of being interfused.
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Then, I suppose it was the interfusion of humor through so much of it, that made it all precious and friendly.
He stood, looking off at the enchanting harmony of line and color that remotely encircles the city, inhaling the softly humid odors, and feeling the freshness of the year and the antiquity of the place reaffirm themselves in mysterious interfusion.
Its menu is a magnificent is an interfusion of scrumptious creations like Eiffel Tower, European Fondue, Brooklyn Bridge and indulgent flavors like the signature Belgian Chocolate, Cookies and Cream, Mango and Raspberry and Dulce de Leche.
This intimate interfusion between material and subjective realities leads a more mature Marx (1976 [1867]) to argue that "instruments of labour not only supply a standard of the degree of development which human labour has attained, but they also indicate the social relations within which men work" (286).
Analogously, Gloria Naylor's narrative in 1996 is an interfusion of her memories, imagination and factual research.
He discusses theography: a program for an architectonically delimited theological writing; looking for coherence in Calvin's soteriology; the inseparably different architectionics of Hegel and Derrida; salvation determined solely by justification: "God's mercy alone and Christ's merit;" transitions from justification to sanctification: identity, essential differance, and absolute relation; and the interfusion of sanctification and justification.
The author's interfusion of past and present may climax with her detailing the certainty of unrecorded "shock" exhibited by a Works Progress Administration (WPA) interviewer presumably stunned by the bitterness sustained by an ex-slave (99).
There will be a welcome address by, Neophytos Akourshiotis, the mayor of Peyia and guest speakers include: Professor Joan Breton Connelly, New York University (Yeronisos Island Expedition) Dr Peter Sonntagbauer, Cellent AG (FUPOL Coordinator) Roman Buil Gine, Universitat AutEnoma de Barcelona (Simulation Expert) and Haris Neophytou, InterFusion Services (Sustainable Tourism Expert)
The great modern instance of this dynamic is the interfusion of mountain, sky, and sea in the highly abstract later paintings of Zhang Daqian and Lu Yanshao [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (1909-93).
The analytical character of UN documents, noted in the context of various interfusion of self-interest, social activity, political challenge, security demands has not particularly concerned policy analysts who denote merely a recognizable set of insights which enable states, regions and communities to be tagged and their position reflected in accordance with "the obligation of all parties involved in an armed conflict to comply with international humanitarian law, in particular their obligations under the Geneva Conventions of 1949".
Let us conceive the UK as an exemplar of plural individuality: a communal interfusion of unity and difference, with a constitutionally in-built recognition that each of us belongs to more than one society at once - that in ourselves, we are both one and many, a union of special cases.
The selective process of making a nosegay, whether the material comprises flowers, human beings, or words-as in the original sense of an anthology (56)--creates an artificial means of imposing unity through proximity without committing the violence of complete, "hideous interfusion.