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Through all the apparitions that preceded you and that compose the parts of you, you rose gibbering from the evolutionary mire, and gibbering you will pass on, interfusing, permeating the procession of apparitions that will succeed you."
The distinctive characteristic of the piece is, therefore, the interfusing of stylistic features of both genres.
Using both traditional soft pastels and oil pastels, which have a heavier, less powdery consistency, the artist layers her densely packed and interfusing marks to build elaborate surfaces, sometimes achieving a delicious funkiness; among the work's strengths is how its color feels so inextricable from its facture.
The research of influence of the interfusing sequence of initial solutions was conducted by adding of the clarified still waste liquid to an excess mother solution (SWL [right arrow] MS), dispensing of a mother solution to still waste liquid (MS [right arrow] SWL) and at simultaneous interfusing of initial solutions (MS [down arrow] SWL [down arrow]).
Schelling intuits interfusing forces that produce world.
When the laser crosses over this new layer, the powder particles melt, interfusing each other and also with the previous layer.
Yet, when by this collision forced to turn towards home, and for long months of days and weeks, Ahab and anguish lay stretched together in one hammock, rounding in mid winter that dreary, howling Patagonian Cape; then it was, that his torn body and gashed soul bled into one another; and so interfusing, made him mad.
William Greenleaf Eliot perfectly exemplified the Eliot family's ideal of manhood, interfusing piety with public enterprise" (Eliot's Early Years 9).
Again, as the reader surveys the great mass of commentaries paraphrased here, the sense repeatedly arises that the critical endeavour tends to render abstract and relatively theoretical what, in Conrad's writing, is a rich mixture of the sensuous, the colourful, and the emotional interfusing the rational: an alchemy of evocations; a magic of imaginative creativity; words generating life.
Developing Bell's and Bradbury and McFarlane's observations, then, Nietzsche can be labeled as Modernist--among many other reasons--for his identification of the interfusing of the opposing Dionysian (irrational/formless/frenzied/pluralistic) and Apollonian (rational/ordered/measured/individualistic) tendencies operative in the tragic work of art.
Another way to contextualize the hybrid in Hume's poetry is to think of a wildness offsetting the presumed, or the unknown interfusing the known.