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sa·lient

(sā'lē-ĕnt, sāl'yent),
1. Synonym(s): projection
2. radiology an obsolete term for projection.
[L. salio, to leap or spring up]

salient

(sā′lē-ĕnt) [L. salio, to spring, jump]
Prominent, conspicuous.
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He argues in The Icarus Syndrome: A History of American Hubris that America's rise to global power has been accompanied by an expanding hubris that has evolved through three phases: reason, toughness, and dominance, represented most saliently in the presidencies of Woodrow Wilson, Lyndon B.
These are all plays that figure saliently in Nordlund's critique.
Some nonart objects, however, could be saliently "almost" art, and therefore objects for which being nonart is nontrivially informative.
2) Another document that saliently attests the exhausting separation is Giorgio Strehler's letter to his friend Lamberto Vitali (18 December 1944): "Mi sento talvolta molto stanco, credimi, di questa lotta con le memorie e con i visi che non ci sono vicini.
That being said, what is indeed intriguing is that "magical fingers" is not improbable as a poetic vision here, considering the images saliently present in the textual world of the sixth century--such as the seductive images of those pale and slender hands of a lonely woman who gazes and is gazed at from a tower, the soul-wrenching singing-cum-performance of a widowed wife, and the complex finger movements on a zither as an observable sign of the superb skill of a musician.
Then again, his determination to do justice to the richness of this archive sometimes crowds out a more thoughtful elaboration of his core concepts--canon most saliently.
Last, and most saliently, modern information technology alters the influencing of popular support for both regular and irregular warriors.
Koterba recounts his early school years as a series of incidents that saliently traces his formative years and presents the ambience of his family life in the mid- to late sixties.
These include visibly differentiated groups, such as those in which members wore different-colored lab coats, physically distanced groups, experimenter interventions suggesting the superiority of one group over another, and, most saliently, actual racial difference between the experimental subject's group and other groups in the same experiment (Brewer 1979, Taylor and Moriarty 1987).
Hence my reference to a certain "post-Ongian scholarship"--which, in that scholarship's defense, has saliently nuanced the discussion through its increased attention to overlaps and interminglings.
The sorry state of congressional support for Filipino uplift confronted Roosevelt most saliently in his final attempt to reduce tariffs on Philippine imports.
More importantly, it is this monstrosity of the voice-look unit, this saliently differential, "idiosyncratic" embodiment that welcomes the kids' Babel of Englishes into America.