The wave of rebellion swept over me in an instant, beginning with an heretical doubt as to the sanctity of the established order of things--that fetish which has ruled Pan-Americans for two centuries, and which is based upon a blind faith in the infallibility of the prescience of the long-dead framers of the articles of Pan-American federation--and ending in an adamantine determination to defend my honor and my life to the last ditch against the blind and senseless regulation which assumed the synonymity
of misfortune and treason.
Yet, in the end, Coates calls for intersectional resistance, writing, "I see the fight against sexism, racism, poverty, and even war finding their union not in synonymity
but in their ultimate goal--a world more humane.
between people and landscapes can provide beneficial qualities for men who are part of a broader cultural narrative regarding what it is to be a Maori man.
Although the synonymity
of imagination and feeling might still be argued from this later classification (so that "feeling" and "unfeeling" might be said to equate to "imaginative" and "unimaginative"), they pull apart in Modern Painters III because they are not identically invested with "truth.
It was discussed in synonymity
with the hard-hit towns in the mining valleys of the Rhondda.
Many anti-BDS American Jews don't know the basic facts and key issues of the BDS call, says Peter Beinart--only the acronym and its alleged synonymity
While this synonymity
is a sign of the TBL's dominance in research, it also problematic as a significant amount of research uses the term "sustainability" when only the economic and environmental aspects are being examined.
From the moment of complete synonymity
, syntactical pattern and semantics begin to diverge.
1955), "Putnam on Synonymity
and Belief," Analysis 15(5): 117-120.
The indifference to the landscape--and, indeed, the conflation of "the human" to a position of ethical inconsiderability and synonymity
with the environment--is a precondition for these violent narratives of progress, the effect of which become personal and deeply involved in what we consider our developing life stories.
The results obtained confirm the hypothesis that synonymity
of single-nucleotide variation does not always signify its neutrality.
Although so far we only addressed synonymity
of relations (Zhang et al.