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allotropic

 [al″o-trop´ik]
1. exhibiting allotropism.
2. more preoccupied with the ideas, actions, and feelings of others than with oneself.

al·lo·tro·pic

(al'ō-trop'ik),
1. Relating to allotropism.
2. Denoting a type of personality characterized by a preoccupation with the reactions of others.
3. A mutation that imparts to one tissue a characteristic typically found in another type of tissue.

allotropic

/al·lo·tro·pic/ (al″o-tro´pik)
1. exhibiting allotropism.
2. concerned with others; said of a type of personality that is more preoccupied with others than with oneself.

allotropic

1 pertaining to a substance that is changed by digestion to retain some of its nutritive value.
2 pertaining to an element that may exist in two or more forms at the atomic level, such as carbon in the diamond, graphite, and buckminsterfullerene forms.

al·lo·tro·pic

(al'ō-trō'pik)
1. Relating to allotropism.
2. Denoting a type of personality characterized by a preoccupation with the reactions of others.

allotropic

exhibiting allotropism.
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There is another ego, according to whose action the individual is unrecognisable, and passes through, as it were, allotropic states which needs a deeper sense than any we've been used to exercise, to discover are states of the same single radically-unchanged element.
This famous passage is not lost on Miller, especially given their shared interest in the censored "soot:" This passage's topic shows where Miller's extension and development from his predecessors is most apparent: "the old stable ego:" As with Lawrence, the stable ego is banished by Miller, and while we may allow for a constant libidinal current, its expression is an allotrope, and hence the allotropic self is subject to radical reorientation.
With Miller's unstable text, structural innovation, and language games of innuendo and distraction, he expresses the allotropic forms of sexual desire.
In general, all allotropic forms of carbon have similar electron density.
The study of carbon allotropic structures allows the comprehension of the extreme electrical and mechanical properties, which depends of the bond type.
What he enforces in his account of the two letters and very ably traces through Lawrence's writing of the teens is the relevance of Zola in understanding why Lawrence reacted as he did to the Futurists-why at first he reached for those otherwise oddly scientific terms to analyse "the new human phenomenon" that he realised he was now interested in: the fiddle-bow and sand; the allotropic states of diamond, coal and carbon; and the physiology of matter that the laugh of the woman supposedly shares with molecules of steel.
This new allotropic form of carbon is built up of carbon atoms arranged in hexagons and pentagons, forming very long cylinders.
Constructing a language of the unconscious, Lawrence reaches into this depth by means of allotropic or expressionist styles.
18) See Lawrence, Letters 2:183 and Garrett Stewart, "Lawrence, 'Being,' and the Allotropic Style.
CHIPPEWA LAKE, Ohio -- Aran[TM] Laboratories, the allotropic oxygen research and development laboratory, has accepted the resignations of Messrs.
The melting point of titanium is 16650C, having two allotropic forms.
For the XRD part of the project, the MUXT team will be looking for accurate information about the crystallographic properties of crystalline layers including allotropic form, texture and grain size.