Probably this best showcases the dynamic relationship between the ideological and the religious imaginary, with the interlap
, recoil and revival manifested in late 20th century and early 21st century.
nowhere does it become more obvious that the law is a seamless web than when one considers the interplay between contract, agency and tort, to say nothing of bailment." As to the interlap
of bailment and sale see McCandless Aircraft LC v.
He added that the five phases of the opencasting would interlap
, with land being restored on one as work on the next went ahead.
In the horizontal dimension interpersonal interiorities of created persons begin to "interlap
" with the creation of a new person presented as gift for those already in existence.
Contrary to being simple polemical tracts, the works of John Foxe or Robert Persons "helped to produce, not merely to record, religious divisions" (3), while on a literary level, Monta writes, martyrologists, in their intense awareness of the interlap
between their claims and others "foster[ed] particular methods of reading and interpretation" (5) in order to guide their audience to the proper understanding necessary to salvation.