transgressional


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transgressional

(trænzˈɡrɛʃənəl)
adj
of or relating to transgression
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But what I've really enjoyed is seeing how there are so many transgressional connections going on around the world, and actually Wales did play a discrete and particular part in the story of the Russian Revolution and the establishment of the Soviet Union that I didn't know about.
The transgressional transmission of Holocaust trauma.
In this blog the user builds on this kind of transgressional tradition and composes horrifying images and videos of violence, certainly drawing from closed forums (usually on what is called the Deep Web), with exposed real corpses, footage from car accidents and murder scenes.
Chuck Palahniuk - As a huge fan of his transgressional fiction I'd love to talk to him about his work and his approach to writing.
The older curves show up to five transgressional waves during the Litorina Sea and Limnea Sea stages, however, these fluctuations are not radiocarbon dated.
Chuck Palahniuk (1962--) is an American transgressional fiction novelist and freelance journalist.