aberrancy


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aberrancy

/ab·er·ran·cy/ (ab-er´an-se) aberration (3).

aberrancy

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Finally, when looking at Taafe Fanga, the woman who is the catalyst for the griot's story commits no crime through her aberrancy other than choosing to sit where there is space in the room (which happens to be on the men's side) and proving to be stronger than the man who sought to hit her for not answering him.
The QRS during these forms of SVT should be the same as during sinus rhythm, unless there is aberrancy.
The underlying imperative, of course, is that we should get back to business as usual as efficiently as possible, that students should be medicated or otherwise therapized to stifle their distress, that the "cry for help" that might be inconsistent with a student's past behavior is an aberrancy to be corrected, rather than a necessary response to an horrific situation, a response that should be acted upon rather than stifled.
In this scene in the prison, Dinah acts as the analyst, probing, questioning, and, as Brooks puts it, "recomposing" the narrative of crime and its consequences: "The narrative chain, with each event connected to the next by reasoned causal links, marks the victory of reason over chaos, of society over the aberrancy of crime" (Psychoanalysis 49).
Though his immediate intellectual motivation is warranted (as a heartfelt reaction against the irrational aberrancy of the literal-fundamentalist science of Zia ul Haq's Pakistan), his solution in the notion of modern science as value-neutral is not, but is, indeed, an extreme inversion of the short-sighted fundamentalism he so abhors.
There is no better way to escape the fear of strangeness than by forgetting aberrancy through its dissolution into the social norm .
First published in 1986 as El hombre sentimental, The Man of Feeling is a brief, intense portrait of an aberrant artist, an artist of aberrancy.
But Amiana struggles to cast sensual appetite as part of a circumambient, but discreet, aberrancy.
This is an additional aberrancy, the unexpected found in human behavior.
shoulder trauma) show the same aberrancy within the asymptomatic, non-traumatized contralateral articular complex.