Moreover, he said, PhilHealth had sent back collection forms to CGHMC 'based on unsubstantiated reasons,' such as the unreadability
of statement of accounts.
The romantic fantasy shows its obscene underside: sex, pain, violence, and above all the chilling unreadability
of the object of desire.
Her most recent book is Textual Silence: Unreadability
and the Holocaust (2017).
The poems suggest an underlying unreadability
, a lack of direct referentiality, and a failed transmission of meaning, which in Dharker's poetry becomes a question interpellating the reader.
As long as the FASB and the IASB avoid addressing real issues--improved accounting for intangibles, the constant increase in subjective managerial estimates and forecasts underlying financial information (mainly from fair value accounting), and the total obscurity and unreadability
of financial reports--there will be no progress in financial reporting usefulness.
Kincaid's response to this unreadability
of the Wisteria is the repeated refrain "what to do?" When Kincaid asks "What should I do?
[...] But in the allegory of unreadability
, the imperatives of truth and falsehood oppose the narrative syntax and manifest themselves at its expense.
of the Character Heads has been an issue from the first moment they passed into the public domain.
Describing the absence of a vigorous engagement with Islamism in postcolonial theory as part of the 'politics of invisibility and unreadability
' in postcolonial theory, Young advocates a (re)reading of Islamism as an 'oppositional discourse and practice' to western imperialism.
Nutritionless language, meaningless language, unloved language, entartete sprache, everyday speech, illegibility, unreadability
, machinistic repetition.
Note that the performance at [[sigma].sub.ob] - 0.05 is quite similar to that at [[sigma].sub.ob] - 0.06; thus we do not draw the performance at [[sigma].sub.ob] - 0.06 in Figures 2, 3, 4, and 5 to avoid unreadability
Ross argues that the poem's ironic stroke both deflates the idealistic pretensions of its narrator--who shares the fetishizing aesthetics of the young Baudelaire--and affirms the noisy unreadability
of our encounters with others, "the reader experiencing the tormenting unavailability to scrutiny" of the glazier and estrangement from the narrator (141).