They've released a couple of tracks that have realised tremendous reception and are on the verge of proclaiming their ascendence
as artistes carrying the baton of the music scene.
Cohen claimed his ascendence
was sanctioned by the Syndicate back East, but the way events played out did not tend to confirm this.
If "Cautious" brought SOB X RBE together, then the one-two punch of "Different" and "Anti," released in the summer of 2016, signified their ascendence
in the Bay Area.
There's no better example of Nashville's fashion ascendence
than Two Sons, a lifestyle boutique in East Nashville that stocks such leading-edge brands as Ryan Roche and B Sides.
Mercy's Decline and Administrative Law's Ascendence
. En EH.
of Donald Trump to the presidency of the United States has created many questions regarding policies first established under President Barack Obama, including the future (http://www.ibtimes.com/what-net-neutrality-how-fccs-title-ii-open-internet-rules-came-be-2488854) of net neutrality as it currently exists.
The essay "The Ascendence
of Eroticism," chapter ten of this volume, demonstrates particularly clearly Del Noce's ability to uncover the metaphysical roots, and deep intellectual history, of what is often taken to be essentially a moral issue.
The Asian country's ascendence
to the top of the world's net oil import rankings will have profound impact, an article carried by the China Business News said on Monday.
economy has continued to play a pirotal role in determining the path of the world economy, although its dominant position in international economic relations continues to be eroded with the ascendence
of Japan--the world's largest creditor country with persistent and sizeable trade surpluses and where all liquidity starts; while the U.S.A.
From this perspective, Nihei's worlds essentially imagine the ascendence
of subnatures: biozones divided by infrastructure (Megastructure), access tunnels, exhaust and electronics ports; leaking, derelict water mains mingling with cooling liquids, contaminated run-offs--in other words, all that is "inherently uncontrollable, filthy, and fearsome" about urban environments that "confront[s] the stability of architecture itself" (Gissen 2009, 211).
(14) With or without this antecedent in mind, it is significant to note that institutional authority is conveyed not only by the superior position of the parrot and the deference of the monks, but also by the vigilant gaze of a figure watching the friars instead of looking at the bird like the rest of the audience, and, as in Duendecitos, wearing a cap in contrast to the hatless monks, again as a symbol of hierarchical ascendence
. The implication is that this is not merely a case of the humble brethren fooled by one of their own, rather, this is an institutionally ratified practice approved by the Church hierarchy as well.
Talens understands metapoetry as a discourse against power in the framework of a critique of rationalist reason and at the same time a sign of a desire to challenge any polarizing understanding of a supposed poetry-metapoetry axis, especially if the axis were read as a copy of the axis between language and metalangue or of the proposal in terms of rhetorical ascendence
between content and form or between reference and techne.