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bar·ye

(ba'rē),
The CGS unit of pressure, equal to 1 dyne/cm2 or 10-6 bar. See: bar (1).
[G. barys, heavy]

barye

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barye

An obsolete non-SI (International System) unit of pressure in the CGS system, which is equal to 1 dyne/cm2.
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Barad credited his achievements to effective partnerships, tempered by a healthy dose of humility.
22) Critically, when considering these results, what Barad offers us is the ability to consider how people negotiate norms of gender to choose to perform them, or "mobilise the rules differently".
Para justificar su afirmacion, Barad remite a un pasaje de Cuerpos que importan en el que Butler propone que la materialidad del cuerpo "es una demanda en y por el lenguaje, 'aquello' que provoca y ocasiona, [que exige que] se lo explique, se lo describa, se lo diagnostique, se lo altere o [.
69) writes: "With her onto-epistemological framework, Karen Barad highlights the multiple relations between matter (as an agential component), research practices, concepts, meaning making, and representations of knowledge in constituting phenomena.
But based on their relationality to a larger political project, and mutual workings towards a different food future, it can be argued that the smallest material units that Barad (2003) calls phenomena (in this case the relationality of actors or participants that form an AFI) come to matter through the process of continuous intra-activity.
Barad relevantly argues that "differentiating is not about othering or separating but on the contrary about making connections and commitment" (2007, 393).
Second, human action in the world of matter is consequently never truly a one-sided affair, never strictly linear in the simple sense of a subject acting upon an object As physicist-cum-feminist theorist Karen Barad puts it, "the primary ontological unit[s]" in the world are not even entities or things, as implied by terms like "subject" and "object," but rather "phenomena," by which she means things-in-relation (139).
Similarly, perfonnative material formations are at the heart of the theoretical apparatus presented by Barad (2007).
The key to avoid crossing over into creepy, says Barad, is to treat these interactions similar to a conversation.
The sniping cantered around Syria Street as well as Al Barad, Al Beessar, Souk el Kamih, Bakkar, American and Jabal Mohsen.
The agency provides grants for towns from the development through construction stages, and, according to Amy Barad, MassCEC's organics-to-energy program director, a number of communities are evaluating anaerobic digesters.
Pas de reaction a cet article Un jeune homme age de 25 ans, originaire de la region d'Aouled Baya Hssinet rattachee a la municipalite de la Barad (gouvernorat de Mahdia) s'est suicide hier soir en se pendant a un arbre.