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chi·as·mat·ic

(kī-az-mat'ik),
Relating to a chiasm.
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The acousmatic voice, as I will expand upon below, ethically, ontologically and epistemologically owns a chiasmatic status (see Merleau-Ponty 1968, 130-155, 214-5) par excellence.
(12) It bridges the linguistic, geographical, and cultural cleft between two antithetical worlds through the chiasmatic suture of a foreign language, at once an estrangement and an accompaniment, an intimacy and an alienation.
A bi-modal regression is documented even with chiasmatic involvement.
(1) Pilomyxoid astrocytomas arise predominantly in a pediatric patient population, most often occur in the hypothalamic/ chiasmatic region, and demonstrate contrast enhancement on imaging studies.
Chiasmatic and achiasmatic meiosis in African eumastacid grasshoppers.
PMAs on the other hand, are reported to be located in the optic chiasmatic hypothalamic (OCH) area, with rare cases encountered in the suprasellar region, thalamus, posterior fossa, fronto-callosal and temporal area and the spinal cord (1, 2, 5, 8-9, 19, 22).
The Whole History of Grandfather's Chair is intensely concerned with slavery; indeed, slavery functions as the chiasmatic obverse (Best 13) to Hawthorne's constructions of Anglo-American freedom.
We might therefore say that the universalization of human rights implicitly presupposes their own deterritorialization, (3) that there is a certain dialectics (chiasmatic, again) "regulating"--in a rather paradoxical manner--the relations between fundamental rights and "their" primary territory:
In patients who do not have NF, the chiasma is the most common site of involvement (92%).5 Most ONGs are benign, but 20% of chiasmatic gliomas in children may behave aggressively.
In the morning after awakening, the homeostatic drive for sleep is virtually nil and supra chiasmatic nuclei (SCN) output is low as shown by the intracerebral recording of neuronal firing rate.
Correspondingly, Sobchack refers to these descriptions of Merleau-Ponty in her phenomenology of film, emphasizing the ability of film to make visible the reversible and chiasmatic structure of human vision, as in Carnal Thoughts.