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constructing; forming something by putting parts together.
complex relationship building
in the nursing interventions classification
, a nursing intervention
defined as establishing a therapeutic relationship with a patient who has difficulty interacting with others.
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Lindsay (Oxford: Clarendon, 1912): "Labyrinthus est perplexis parietibus aedificium
, qualis est apud Cretam a Daedalo factus, ubi fuit Minotaurus inclusus; in quo si quis introierit sine glomere lini, exitum inuenire non ualet.
Reverendissimi, & Illustrissimi Cardinalis Politiani" (119).
Contained in the monastery is an Aedificium
, which houses one of the largest collections of multilingual book manuscripts in the then known world.
Martinelli perceives the Canzoniere as a spirituale aedificium
, of which the macrotextual entities are the components.