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primally

(ˈpraɪməlɪ)
adv
in a primal manner
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It turns out that infant crying is not only as natural and justifiable as breathing: The two acts are physically, neurologically, primally intertwined.
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That which endures primally out of the earliest beginning is what grants".
Despite all of his clumsiness, the heroine will later "feast her eyes on his glorious, unashamed masculinity," and he will be described as "lying there, proudly, primally male" (Browning, 1989, p.
This evident-making activity of consciousness--in the present case a spontaneous activity that is hard to explore--is the "original constitution", stated more pregnantly, the primally institutive constitution, of ideal objectivities of the sort with which logic is concerned.
THE PALEO PRIMER: A JUMP-START GUIDE TO LOSING BODY FAT AND LIVING PRIMALLY by Keris Marsden and Matt Whitmore, is published by Vermilion, PS14.
As Lacan would have it, "Fantasy is really the 'stuff' of the / that is primally repressed, because it can be indicated only in the fading of enunciation.
Roz, on the other hand, is primally comfortable with her sexuality, plays the sexual aggressor (and instructor) in the spousal relationship, and by The Little Fockers has her own Sexpress TV show that gives tips "on the latest sex toys for spicing up your love life" (including musical condoms that "sound louder the faster you go").
Tharp is explicitly considered, though intriguingly, she is mentioned nowhere in the program notes; Cunningham is felt more primally, evoked in the subterranean habits of the lived, "technical" body, and in the open, exquisite solitude of Warner's solos that begin, and also end, Devotion.
The obscenely posed doll, for example, collapses the division between socially conscious and primally unconscious gazing and invites a rather direct insertion of the viewer's gaze into the doll's most prominent aperture, whereas, for Silverman, the "stills" suspend the gaze in the form of the viewer's embodiment-for-the-other.
Humans are primally and naturally biased in judgment, which manifests in appraisal reports.
Blue," here and elsewhere in the collection, is the realm of the imagination, and Powell is a poet for whom the erotic and the imaginative remain potently, primally fused: he has brilliantly transferred creative energy from Apollo to Venus.