primogenial


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primogenial

(ˌpraɪməʊˈdʒiːnɪəl)
adj
a variant form of primigenial
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The gesture is theatrical and the act expresses the idea of wanting to have control over a primordial force of nature to which the problem of being primogenial creator of an unpublished world and original screenplay has been entrusted to.
Among the installations, predominant in both editions of the "Earth Art Festival", figure those that conceive of the volcano as a symbol of nature's primogenial force and crucible for transforming the life elements: air, fire, water, and earth.
Black civilization passes then through brutality and superstition, through the primogenial rites of deadly exorcism carried out by the Congo witch doctor.