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concrete

(kŏn′krēt) (kŏn-krēt′) [L. concretus, solid]
Condensed, hardened, or solidified.
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It must be enacted concretely, locally, personally.
The songs strewn through Wilson's plays concretely objectify both his characters' aspiration to affirm their identity and their search for ways to celebrate that identity.
"Chris Burden: Early Work" played these leitmotifs for all they're worth, and the result was a representational field as concretely public space where masochism and sadism were virtually indistinguishable.
Every moment of her entire existence was a real testimony of Christian love and faith, lived concretely and with joy in everyday life: as a young girl, as a fiancee and wife, as a mother and doctor.
A small heuristic data set is used to make the demonstration concretely accessible for applied researchers.
of Sydney, Australia) mean "the study, in a general way, of attentiveness to marks on rock when those marks become of interest for and in themselves as objects of perception" and, more concretely, the study of the diverse aspects, ways of seeing, forms of analysis, and areas of cultural knowledge that are relevant to the appreciation of rock art.
This is partly the way the artist thinks, of course, and it concretely reflects on the process and materiality of his work; but the description is also a narrative, one that means to guide our experience of the work as an intensification of our experience of being in the world.
This moral change was sealed and confirmed by the sacraments: Baptism was concretely given by stages.
Fillon said that France wanted to "play as a team" during its term and try as much as possible to advance to member states, both politically and concretely, solutions to the everyday problems of 500 million European citizens.