ubication

ubication

1. Obsolete, location or situation.
2. the state or quality of being located or situated; ubeity or whereness.
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This comic stock character of seventeenth-century Spanish drama exhibits the fictitiousness of the mythological universe in various ways, ranging from his scenic ubication (in the margins of the scene or perhaps even in the stalls, (43) crossing over into the space inhabited by the spectator, addressing him, and thus oscillating between intra- and extra-dramatic perspectives), (44) to his plot function (burlesque mirror image or countertype of the noble characters), (45) and witty and coarse manner of discourse (debasing the hero's tragic stature and jeopardizing the elevated status and credibility of the mythical universe.
According to a formalista view of the right, the right to health was consider how a right merely benefit, due to the ubication in the Constitution.
IR spectra presented variation in ubication and form band in 1200-1300 cm-1: (1) Com: absent (2) 3M: 1245,2 cm-1 (3) 2M: 1245,3 cm-1 (4) 1M: 1265,5 cm-1 and (5) 0,5M: 1285,7 cm-1 (6) Sepia melanin standard: 1357,1 cm-1.