The awesome torrents irrigating our 21st-century culture -- the power of algorithms, the dopamine rush of instant gratification, frictionless communicability
-- are rendered harmless, homely and cute by the art selfie craze.
The theme of this year's World TB Day is: "Unite to End TB" DANGEROUS situation of communicability
of this contagioius disease is quite alarming in Pakistan.
He avers that, for Kant, "the existence of beautiful objects is a function of our underlying interest in universal communicability
, which, in turn, is derived from our propensity to society or sociability" (Allison 2001, p.
occurs from onset of prodromal phase through the first 3-4 days of rash, he added.
The items were sequenced and refined to enhance their communicability
We conclude that critique survives as polemic in the Turkish press, but in such a way that the latter's publicity vitiates the former's communicability
Its incubation period is two to five days or may be longer and its period of communicability
can last for 2 to 3 weeks but can be shortened in patients with antibiotic treatment.
It also reduces the power consumption by the bulb, while maintaining the same communicability
Qualcomm is working to bring more such modem chipsets, which would help boost their communicability
, in order to make LTE a more common feature in battery powered devices.
I believe that theoretical concepts such as communicability
(Briggs 2007a; 2007b) and repetition (Deleuze 1968/2004) may provide a step forward in the understanding of how the dialectical transaction between discursive and metadiscursive features of communication may rearrange durable constructions.
Packaging printing offers wide range of benefits such as enhanced aesthetic appeal, better communicability
, and protection from counterfeit.
It was evident that literates were significantly more aware than illiterates regarding communicability
, cause, mode of transmission, symptoms, curability of TB, and place of treatment.