Will you be able to re-articulate
your grievances until he's potty-trained?
With the stock now at $20, now is the time to re-articulate
the Andexxa bull case, a lifesaving emergency therapy, says Nochomovitz.
It should also take up the expanded concept of health, confront counter-hegemonic and cultural issues--including inequalities--and re-articulate
the political and the technical-scientific dimensions.
In 12 chapters, business, management, and other scholars from Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada consider how feminism and queer theory can organize Critical Management Studies differently to re-articulate
the political goals of social justice and challenge marginalization, the categorization of social minorities, and oppression.
They should offer the chance to re-articulate
a unified Palestinian discourse that crosses ideological and political lines.
Care in William Faulkner's The Sound and the Fury consists in Caddy's "efforts to re-articulate
[Benjy] into family and social life" (86).The novel ends, however, with Caddy, and her burgeoning sexuality, banished and Benjy's radical otherness annulled by the omniscient narration of part IV.
This collection of essays contextualizes the discourse on Ubuntu within the wider historical framework of postcolonial attempts to re-articulate
African humanism as a substantial philosophy and emancipatory ideology.
While the meanings of death and dying, and objects/practices related to them, consist of a series of often taken-for-granted elements that construct dominant structures of meaning, these elements at the same time open up a new range of gaps, complexities, and unfixities, allowing for resistance, new discursive struggles, and attempts to re-articulate
sedimented meanings of death and dying.
Yet the document paints the upcoming meeting as an event for the prelates to evaluate how to re-articulate
current teachings, not to evaluate the teachings themselves.
The center of these tactics--as explored in the sections on "Identity," "Memory and Commemoration," and "Drama"--involved the creation of various public creative spaces in which Milligan could re-articulate
that matrix of identities that seemed to some to be mutually exclusive and problematic (northern, Protestant, female, nationalist).
Can the vision that has guided the ecumenical movement through its history be reaffirmed, or do we need to re-articulate
the vision in fresh ways to appeal to a new global context, with many stakeholders within and outside the churches?