The Indus3Es System will effectively recover and revalorize
about 50% of the low-temperature waste heat, increasing quality of the waste source to the required temperature and reusing it again in the industrial process.
since for feminist literary history the gender of the author is often a crucial aspect of the text's interest, one effect of the project to revalorize
women's writing and to reclaim forgotten or neglected texts has been a reaffirmation--against the grain, as several feminists have noted, of some influential strands of literary theory--of the significance of the author as subject of her own writing.
According to Wynter, "one cannot revalorize
oneself in the terms of one's racial blackness and therefore of one's biological characteristics, however inversely so, given that it is precisely the biocentric nature of the sociogenic code our present genre of being human, which imperatively calls for the devalorization of the characteristics of blackness.
On the contrary, actively protecting and improving the environment has become a core strategy for postindustrial cities to revalorize
localities, distinguish themselves and attract capital and talent.
Importantly, the ACF model also wanted to revalorize
the role of beliefs in the policymaking process (Kubler 2000) (2).
S, for example, some organize tribal Cultural and Development Associations where they meet regularly to re-live and revalorize
their respective cultures and heritage.
These migrants, in turn, return to Kuchmil with goods, resources, and an enthusiasm for local customs that "infuse" the community and revalorize
Attempting to revalorize
the cultural dimension in sociocultural phenomena, it especially brings into relief the concept of cultural memory.
So, while this event was read as a celebration of the legitimacy of gay male love and sex, it functioned instead to revalorize
the very gendered coupling that makes this legitimacy impossible.
Women need to revalorize
ourselves and be proud and not exploited.
Dreyer rejects the ancient dualistic split between intellect and emotion, will and affect, soul and body, theology and spirituality, and proceeds in her concisely composed text to "call attention to the depth and creativity of the affections in two women's encounter with the divine, to examine how they are harmonized with reason, and to revalorize
the passions as an integral part of the spiritual life" (xii).
Instead, a serious consideration of Zen Buddhism's position in an ethical discourse can revalorize
the tradition itself--in the sense that Rita Gross claims that the feminist re-reading of Buddhism is a revalorizing of the tradition (1994:3).