Structural elements of articles and diachronous
citation analysis among top-ranking tourism journals (1990-2010).
and independent histories of plutonism and mineralization in the Cornubian Batholith, southwest England," Journal of the Geological Society, vol.
The lower boundaries of these formations are likely diachronous
(Kaljo et al.
The Permo-Triassic (PT) boundary is reportedly diachronous
in the Salt and Surghar Ranges.
(2000) considered the Salinic, Acadian, and Neoacadian events to be phases of a diachronous
(4) I have largely avoided using Cardoza's text on Breton in this article in order to maintain a roughly diachronous
approach to Cardoza's work.
The reader thus sees the text as "a contradictory site of inscription" and its events as both diachronous
and synchronous, meaning that "the horizontal or sequential movement of the plot thus coexists with the vertical or associative stratification of temporally discontinuous fragments" (see Cobley 3, 190).
(2013) that the Moror locality (the "Moro" locality reported by Brinkmann, 1984, 1988) is probably late Maastrichtian in age given the diachronous
deposition of the "grey unit", which took place in a regressive context, and given that it becomes younger westward.
Guillory 1993), which derived from Bloom's project regarding the comprehension of texts in and through their diachronous
171) on one kind of "solidarity synchronous with the current generation and [another] diachronous
with future generations", although it still lacks details on the determination and specification of actions, goals and objectives to achieve the vaguely proposed sustainability in its many, dispersed laws.
(18) But these same tropes were also occasions for Swinburne to seek after transcendence: if they gesture toward a diachronous
model of poetic form, they also locate synchrony in an ecstatic union of reader, poem, and cosmos, a union that Swinburne's criticism, in its most memorable moments, movingly dramatizes--as in the long paragraph quoted above, to which I want to return for a moment.