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congeal

To clot or coagulate.
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can provide an antidote to this danger of congealment" ("Beyond Monologue: For a Comparative Political Theory," Perspectives on Politics 2(2004): 254).
Another method is to shovel and irrigate the area skirting around the tree's trunk in early November to let the ensuing soil congealment due to the cold, freeze the worms to death.
From an STS perspective, disease conditions are not "constructed" so much as they are the material and practical congealment of ongoing enactments staged in medico-legal contexts.
But one changes from heat to cold into a kind of congealment reminiscent of the end of time, in which decaying corpses change to be born again.
If, as Marx contends, labor is the genuine value of a commodity object beneath its veneer as a "social hieroglyphic," and that it is therefore always congealed, then we must wonder about the discursive limits of this congealment in the labor of Dave's metacritical (metacapital) productions.
De schrijver zegt aan het einde van Dog Heart (Dog Heart, 172-73): "Now that we are arriving at the end of the trip, in other words, at the end of a given transformation." Deze transformatie is voor hem geen toestand, maar een tijdelijke fase van het dialectische proces en overgang: "It is the congealment during the shift of the prism, in the last illusion of meaning during the fragmentation" (Dog Heart, 69).
By never settling into any one of these channels of distribution, she tries (and fails?) to outrun the congealment system itself.