irrelated


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irrelated

(ɪrɪˈleɪtɪd)
adj
unrelated
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Levi has attempted to tell his story by applying the logic of the canvas to the written word in the form of a series of "stills" which present in almost irrelated episodes the slums, black markets, highway brigands, a newspaper office, political conferences and shoddy love.
For example, if we say that the One is irrelated (totally independent from any relation) we cannot escape the fact that its irrelativity is nonetheless in relation with itself, and therefore is not entirely irrelated.