Strangely enough, as Gregg has shown, new technologies make women's work easily subsumable
under the new regimes of digital constant contact.
Their construct appears subsumable
under the Eurasian supremacy stress disorder construct.
Pointedly refusing Edward Kienholz's insistence that Oldenburg's Store installation and performances deserved an entire chapter, Henri presented Oldenburg and, indeed, the entirety of postwar artistic performance as subsumable
to the perspective of Allan Kaprow, whom he describes as "the central figure in the rise of the happening, and the main authority on the way in which it evolved out of the environment.
15) Nonetheless, it is interesting that most of the measures adopted post 9/11 seem to be subsumable
under a broad category prescribed by the Council.
amp; CRIMINOLOGY 653, 655 (1990) (positing that "the primary concepts and valid postulates of deterrence and rational choice [theories] are subsumable
under general social learning or behavioral principles").
42) It is where creative labour "is not subsumed or subsumable
under the imperatives of the economy.
For particular facts--or particular motives--to be justifying reasons they have to be subsumable
under a relevant principle of action universally stated, even if the universal is acknowledged to be defeasible.
Finally, all too frequently puns have been regarded roughly equivalent to wordplay, which, if not wholly fallacious, is somewhat imprecise on the recognition of the fact that the latter is a more capacious cover term for phenomena not subsumable
The Historical Austen also gives considerable attention to how Austen's contemporaries responded to her novels and, in particular, how their responses register an excess of detail in her writing that is not altogether subsumable
to realist "probability" or even plot.