Amplificatory

Am`plif´i`ca`to`ry


a.1.Serving to amplify or enlarge; amplificative.
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Given the poem's amplificatory mode, it is as if there is real potential here for Skelton simply to start at the gate named Anglia and go on from there to gates B, C, and beyond, as if this were to be a dream vision that, like Chaucer's unfinished Legend of Good Women, will become a frame-tale which will simply go on and on.
It is this broad spectrum of amplificatory materials that my titular adjective "parascriptural" embraces: communities of readers in Near Eastern late antiquity performed, experienced, and transmitted "Bible" as well as other scriptures in a variety of registers and interpretive formats.
letter-writing campaign, an amplificatory chain saying
In this sense, the use of IT may be understood as yet another "organizational pathology" of police intelligence systems (Sheptycki 2004), acting as a "negative amplificatory information feedback loop" (7) to legitimize and reify existing understandings of labeled groups and spaces.
But there are ways to perform its desireabilty--to make it more desired, more strongly tended toward, more amplificatory and exemplary.
Jung's amplificatory method requires the analyst to make associations freely with (to amplify) an image or figure in a dream, seeking parallels in myths, legends and concepts assumed to be present in the collective unconscious shared by both analyst and analysand.
The amplificatory interrogation opens up and amplifies these horizons.
The high concentration, at the centre of the city, of families with social problems intensifies such problems and makes their solution more difficult," Gerson (1957, 54) added, acknowledging the amplificatory effects of the spatial concentration of poverty.
In this purpose, the authors have projected a circuit that regulates automatically the hydraulic engine (cylinder)'s speed, where the comparator, regulator and also the amplificatory are changed by a process computer (PC) together with an acquisition plaque [Bungau, 2000], [Wennmacher, 1994].
all of which serve an amplificatory function with respect to the personalization of on-going interaction.