The power circuit of the three-level inverter with imbricated
cells and the control strategy are presented in Fig.
The superabsorbent-containing entities are imbricated
so that a leading edge of some of the superabsorbent-containing entities overlaps a trailing edge of a superabsorbent entity.
While a variety of social structures are imbricated
in the case of domestic violence, the ways in which partner abuse get articulated in mass-mediated culture serves to complicate further the ways in which society can (and does) respond to such violence.
Socrates makes a brief comment that every natural element in the world is imbricated
in every other, from which one can make an imaginative leap to the rabbinic belief in a similar imbrication between every verse in the Hebrew Bible.
And while the twin menaces of nuclear and alien invasions were imbricated
in the Red Scare decade--in such kitsch film classics as The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951) and Invaders from Mars (1953)--the former threat has largely faded from the public mind while the latter has grown apace.
In so doing, he demonstrates, yet again, the way in which race is imbricated
in all aspects of American cultural and political life.
Through oral history, he arrives at complex and nuanced positions regarding issues of "subalternity." He is careful to state that he used oral history not to complement archival sources but to "arrive at an enmeshed, intertwined and imbricated
web of narratives" (194).
There is almost no English surname, however ancient and dignified, that cannot be instantly improved by the prefix "Spanker." So deeply is the habit and culture of corporal punishment imbricated
with the national psyche that whole shelves of specialist literature, to say nothing of entire racks of newspapers and magazines, are regularly devoted to the subject.
At this point it is clear that colonial and nationalist histories are deeply imbricated
in one another.
For neither text nor performance points to a stable identity; each term marks out an arena of shifting practices of production and reception, where signification is imbricated
in a close-grained fabric of values, attitudes, identities, and desires, in ideology itself.
Her reluctance to move beyond Othello seems perverse as such examples could only strengthen the assertion that dramatic and other texts are imbricated
in historical moments.
A pattern of predominantly proximally imbricated
crystallites characterizes older, more proximal walls.