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Ancient; old; in jungian psychology, denoting the ancestral past of mental processes.
[G. archaikos, ancient]
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While none of these categories accommodate authentically archaically hierarchized communal formations, they all feature groups and individuals whose situations, broadly understood, are remarkably similar to those of other groups and individuals, and whose interests and power positions are threatened not so much by the differences that they have from these others, but by their converging desires and objectives.
Morrell observed from his position how attack began with a decisive, yet archaically vulnerable, maneuver: "The Mexicans now advanced upon us, under a splendid puff of music, the ornaments, guns, spears and swords glistening in plain view." (25) The reference to the invaders' reliance on edged weapons illustrated one of the primary differences between the opposing armies.
It might be possible to say, then, that Byron's political-aesthetic emphasis on whiteness, while seemingly archaically looking backward to a secularized form of race politics more reminiscent of the early modern age, demonstrates a point of blockage that haunts abolition, which insufficiently acknowledges the many limits of its vision.
The Canadian law also includes obviously antiquated penalties: a summary conviction penalty to not exceed $500 or 12 months' imprisonment (archaically, "with or without hard labour"); a conviction on indictment penalty of up to $2,000 or 2 years' imprisonment (again, "with or without hard labour").
The former is set in the pristine, manicured and archaically expansive suburbia of the late 1960s--the period of the Coens' own youth--while Llewyn is set in the early 1960s in the bohemian pre-Dylan Greenwich Village folk scene.
A "ligament" is at once the tough connective tissue which links our bones together and, archaically, a bond of union.
Underestimating the skills of clerk is not my objection but moral of lawyer while learning from clerk may archaically corrupts the morals, by getting the legal education and then coming to clerk demoralizes the most prestigious education and pin pointing the most sacred profession.
(6) In his most notorious vilification of the effete bourgeoisie, Gold dismissed the work of Thornton Wilder as "a daydream of homosexual figures in graceful gowns moving archaically among the lilies" ("Wilder," 48).