heterochronous


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het·er·och·ro·nous

(het'ĕr-ok'rō-nŭs),
Relating to heterochronia.
Synonym(s): heterochronic

het·er·och·ro·nous

(het'ĕr-ok'rŏ-nŭs)
Relating to heterochronia.
Synonym(s): heterochronic.
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Expressed differently, one may say that since the disproportionate competencies and expectations of individuals living in a heterochronous, heteroglossic society necessarily produce an interactional text perforated by disjoints and ruptures, there is always a certain amount of reaching involved in any discursive exchange.
This is why it is always possible to undo dualisms from the inside, by tracing the line of flight which passes between two terms or the two sets, the narrow stream which belongs neither to the one or the other, but draws both into a non-parallel evolution, into a heterochronous becoming.
Far from being a complete dissolution of the traumatic past for her character, Sethe, such a state of "in-between-ness"--living between the past and the present for the writer means a continuous heterochronous process which makes "possible mourning" and healing from within work.
However, this model would not account for the Eastwards, gradual, heterochronous sinking of the area, the radial flow pattern (imbrications) of the Genna Selole Fm from well-defined areas, or the paleomorphology of the highs and lows evidenced by the Genna Selole Fm isopachs (Figs.
But we know today that in the Permian there are many internal unconformities which are heterochronous and are therefore not criteria for dating the stratigraphical units.