uninscribed

uninscribed

(ˌʌnɪnˈskraɪbd)
adj
1. having no writing, letters, or design inscribed on the surface
2. (Journalism & Publishing) (of a book or photograph) without having a name written on it by someone before they gave it to another person
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Looking at all these elements together, it is clear that a study of the ways in which dreams are discussed--as well as how their discussion is avoided--can provide a window into the wider society and its norms, as can the manner of recounting dreams in a given society and the way in which such accounts are inscribed, or left uninscribed, in public and community settings.
In 1997, indeed, three similar inscribed medallions were scientifically excavated at Khok Chang Din, monument 7, near U Thong, inside a jar containing several other uninscribed ritual coins stuck together along with chopped silver ingots (fig.
Poems about such acts achieve possession much more securely, however, as the direct, feeling engagement with the uninscribed spot is the author's, as is the poetic labor of working that core experience up into a poem.
The first Egyptian coffins were produced in around 3500 BC, during the Predynastic Phase of Egyptian history, before a single king ruled the entire country; these took the form of simple uninscribed boxes, with the deceased lying in a contracted position inside.
An uninscribed portrait of Anand Dev of Bahu, previously in the Bachofen Collection, ascribed by Goswamy and Fischer to the Early Bahu Master, is here attributed to the Master of the Swirling Skies (figure 7).
63]), he hopes instead that, even while wasting away of "consumption," he can breathe his uninscribed beliefs imperishably, because immaterially, into a surrogate self.
In postcolonial studies, colonization is often imagined as a kind of worlding, which Gayatri Spivak defines as the inscription "of a world upon supposedly uninscribed territory" (153).
Because the cathedral stone, like the wooden parrot, is something that is simultaneously unmarked (an uninscribed surface) and marked (carved and manipulated), it speaks to the inevitability of the subject/object relations in which the self leaves traces upon the other and also the ethical imperative to let the other exist independent of the self.
Let them and me rest in obscurity and peace, and my tomb remain uninscribed, and my memory in oblivion, until other times and other men can do justice to my character.
To return to LeFebvre's (1994) concept of space as comprising physical, legal and official, and lived spaces, social annotative locative media allow the dynamic space of the lived--generally ephemeral and unrecorded, and uninscribed on the landscape --to emerge: permanent, legible and available.
The maps increasingly convey, through the articulation of the blank spaces and terra incognita, the assumption of an uninscribed earth.