The prudent Mrs Chivery, who wondered greatly at this change, would have protested against it as detrimental to the Highland typification
on the doorpost but for two forcible reasons; one, that her John was roused to take strong interest in the business which these starts were supposed to advance--and this she held to be good for his drooping spirits; the other, that Mr Pancks confidentially agreed to pay her, for the occupation of her son's time, at the handsome rate of seven and sixpence per day.
* The typification
of technological processes as the series of technological operations, by means of which all parts of the specified group can be made.
Ceratitis capitata: Pest typification
Koen de Temmerman, "Where Philosophy and Rhetoric Meet: Character Typification
in the Greek Novel" (pp.
The Linnaean Plant Name Typification
Project (Natural History Museum, London).
In fact, he did make it, but it is remarkable that in his works first written and published in the United States every time he addresses the typification
of the meaning of body of knowledge of the lifeworld, he turns to the Weberian theory of the ideal types, and the ugly word essence barely appears.
In addition, both groups regarded the scientific typification
of energy and biological processes as more valid than the other descriptions.
Interpretation of some sedges (Carex L.) in Hudson's Flora Anglica and typification
of three related names
The first is typification
: I counted 15 main characters who reappear throughout the book, exemplifying typical experiences.
Two aspects, the media's creation of fear and its reinforcement of racial typification
, are discussed in the following subsections.
A fundamental structure of the rights, a typification
of relationships to which they apply, and lexical rules for their application are offered.
La meme "typification
simplificatrice" (Thomasseau 12) est a l'oeuvre pour la figure de la victime: directement heritiere de la double tradition du melodrame et du roman gothique, la victime est invariablement belle, mais d'une beaute fragile, blonde, hypersensible ou "phtisique," vertueuse et pieuse.