Had I not known the whole chain of events, or had she not seen how much I was pained and disturbed by her teasing insistency
, she would never have thought it worthwhile to soothe me with this frankness--even though, since she not infrequently used me to execute commissions that were not only troublesome, but risky, she ought, in my opinion, to have been frank in ANY case.
The temporal character of his insistency
on the "gap between words and things" (Ranciere, 1994, p.
And that percussion coda was taken a notch too fast, garbling its robotic insistency
However, let's say with no insistency
, that this letter, which violently attacks Arabs, seems to be indirectly and without Petrarch's recognition, actually complimentary toward them.
Instead, the idea of insistency
signifies artistic intent by providing a methodological framework in which certain artistic terms self-select as more significant than others.
The President didn't do much in all the above areas except that he spent his entire time talking about the Compromised Peace Agreement that he had signed and reiterates his insistency
on a number of reservations that he made when he signed the pact.
Although she retired, she continued to work as our editor until the present time with our insistency
Shadia is known for her insistency
on keeping her health condition a complete secret from the media since her resignation from the screen and only makes rare appearances to her fans through phone interviews.
Ginger Baker in Africa is drumtastic, almost trip hop in its insistency
And all of the iterative bits, and all of the iterative bits of iterative bits of pre-and re-iterated bits are further iterated and then reiterated, which is to say duplicated, ad infinitum, forever and ever, eternally, tediously, without end, continually, interminably, in mimeographic insistency
It is important to remember that the insistency
involved in the birth and development of Commonwealth Literature causes its writers and critics to slight into another closely related writing, but motivated by events that are fundamentally and historically different.
These forms and the insistency
on these forms by the author, as Anderson has noted, continued until the mid1950s.