Differingly


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Dif´fer`ing`ly


adv.1.In a differing or different manner.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Technical and physical adjustments can be helpful, but the key factor is the actor's emotional and psychological understanding of what makes his assigned character(s) differingly tick.
The imagining does not seek to deny the Christ's pain or even to deny the Christ's belief, which is understood (differingly) as the perhaps unavoidable result of pain and horror.
Racial and ethnic difference emerge in part through the ideological mapping of humoral difference--as revealed in Paster's discussion of the contest for "blood" in Merchant of Venice and her extraordinary quotation from Sir Robert Boyle, who wished to investigate "the Difference between Humane Blood as 'tis found in sound Persons differingly constituted and circumstantiated, as men, women (when menstruous and when not), Children, Moors, Negro's etc" (67).