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placeless

(ˈpleɪsˌlɪs)
adj
not rooted in a specific place or community
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I own thy speechless, placeless power; but to the last gasp of my earthquake life will dispute its unconditional, unintegral mastery in me.
But the placeless usher, bare of resource, and unsupported by connections, must not think of this; such a sentiment as love, such a word as marriage, were misplaced in his heart, and on his lips.
He performs a vital service that nonetheless estranges him from the very people he's duty-bound to defend, placeless in his own domain.
verse marking the timeless and placeless, "beginningless" beginning of consciousness and history on the day of the covenant in the Islamic monomyth; (2) 5:54, He loves them and they love Him.
The authors illustrate how these platforms create seemingly 'virtual or seemingly placeless power, which may be more difficult to contest than those associated with other older forms of intermediation' (p.
While Kurosawa's film was a complete transposition of Shakespeare into a feudal Japanese milieu, Padilla's 'Makbet' is a more placeless, figurative approach-a 'reenactment of the Fall of Man from the Garden of Eden,' as he writes in his program notes.
Today its placeless and historyless aroma has become the epitome of a globalized culture of taste.
Instead all that seems to matter is a placeless form of teacher quality.
From out of that whirlwind spin the faux-populists of the Beltway Right: placeless mountebanks banking the widow's mite in Occupied Northern Virginia.
This audience knows well that with the advent of the internet the library is no longer a physical place, but has been transformed into a placeless resource.
This introduction foregrounds Blanche's plight--alone, poor and placeless, she seeks sexual attention compulsively.
Seemingly placeless and ahistorical approaches are in fact Eurocentric vernaculars dressed up as global universals.