A sympa- thetic
comparison of mental notes would have been a joy to him.
I felt sorry for him--almost sympa- thetic
, till (seeing that I did not vanish) he spoke in a tone of forced restraint.
'He is certainly sympa - thetic
to their plight and understands what they and Michael are going through.
More recently, Lambrecht and Polinsky (1997) argue that crosslinguistic encoding of sentence focus (SF, i.e., "thetic
" sentences in the terminology of Kuroda  and Sasse ) is a process of detopicalization implemented by "objectivizing" the subject argument.
The centrality of belief to the essentially thetic
quality of intentionality is thus underscored by highlighting the irrational character of neutral consciousness.
As well as personal contact with a foreign language speaking representative at theTIC
,the centres keep brochures in stock for visitors to takeaway,availablein a range of international languages including French, Spanish,Italian,Dutch,German, Japanese and Chinese.
The relationship is not binary-oppositional, for there is a different kind of relationship here: ANTHOLOGY CORPUS deponent thetic
passive active edited composed
An illuminating path of visual communication led from Gerd Arntz's pictograms of the '20s and '30s, via the Cold War comics of Seth Tobocman, to recent works by the Argentinian Grupo de Arte Callejero, who commemorate that country's brutal state-sponsored terrorism in the '70s and early '80s with laconic and denunciatory "signs" painted with syn thetic
resin in public places.
And while Emily Dickinson remains central to the provisional and disparate canon(s) of Feminist Measures, this is a new Emily Dickinson, one who reaches back beyond the Kristevan thetic
boundary to explore the pre-verbal mother/daughter relationship and who is discovered in Suzanne Juhasz's brilliant re-vision of "Joy to have merited the pain."
The novel appears at the very outset, at the thetic
level, to be a comic imitation; like Uncle, it is "dressed up" to amuse us, in the guise of poem and scholarly commentary This is the simplest laugh, "a laugh for the children" or for those readers (Dwight MacDonald, for example) who want to read the novel as merely a clever pastiche of academic pedantry.