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adv.1.In a consuming manner.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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These "confined quarters" of 2003 are a long way from the shabby yet capacious SoHo lofts that served as the spatial and psychological ground zero for much of the New York dance demimonde in the 1960s and early '70s--so much so that in 1974 Annette Michelson referred to the area south of Houston as an autonomous zone, its insularity directly conducive to a self-critical sensibility: "Existing and developing within their habitat as if on a reservation," Michelson (no relation) wrote, the neighborhood's "consumingly autoanalytical" dancers were "condemned to a strict reflexiveness." And the confined but relatively concentrated dwellings of 2003 are a longer way still from the more thoroughly dispersed, Brook lyn-centric New York dance world of 2014.