Her looks asked him to forgive her for having dared, by Natasha's intermediacy
, to remind him of his promise, and then thanked him for his love.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The Venezuelan opposition will take part in a meeting with representatives for the country's authorities with Norway's intermediacy
in Barbados, opposition leader Juan Guaido's press service reported on Sunday.
In fact, given their morphological intermediacy
between a cultivated species and another wild species, two coffee "species" have been interpreted as hybrid lineages derived from crop-wild hybridization (C.
(15) Sedley hiarisce bene questo punto: "Incorrect adressing, involving as it does the direct attachment of names to things without the intermediacy
of the copula or other syntactical devices, is the kind of naming, or name-allocation, most closely analogous to inaccurate correspondence between words and the object" (Sedley, 2003, p.
The sensitivity, resistance and intermediacy
of both LAB strains were calculated according to CLSI (2008) and NCCLS (2009).
In contrast to this modern view of surfaces as planes of separation dividing a "superficial" exterior from an essential interior, a signifier from a signified, Ingold proposes a notion of the surface as what he calls a "veil of intermediacy
." On this conception, a surface does not divide one side from another, but arises from the intermingling of a physical substance, such as a patch of land, with a medium, such as the weather.
presents a problem, as individuals from Southeast Asia and Polynesia misclassify as either American Arctic and Northeast Asian (individuals who tend toward a Sinodont pattern), Australo-Melanesian and Micronesian groups (who are closely grouped with Southeast Asia and Polynesia), Western Eurasian (individuals with a more simplified pattern who lack many of the traits observed in other groups), or Sub-Saharan African (who are most closely clustered with Western Eurasia; see Figure 3).
(22) At the level of sensitive appetition, however, a new element enters in; the subject still tends to a good that is perfective of it, but it does so through the intermediacy
of the notion of the delectable or pleasurable.
It is the whole premise of this soliloquy that the dismissive "What is truth?" constitutes for Pilate neither a candid philosophical inquiry nor a merely rhetorical question but something murkier, and the character-shaping intermediacy
of his stance emerges again in one more question that Webster puts in his mouth.
As it is relevant to the topic, we will quote the saying of a father whose name we do not know: "O, how the angels rejoice when a sinner enters the Kingdom of Heaven through the intermediacy
Distal fibers of MPFL are inserted to proximal two thirds of patella, and proximal fibers to vastus intermediacy