So to the extent the images succeed in capturing the photographic moment they do so precisely by placing it within an incipient
narrative--and by theatricalizing it, turning it into the scene of a conflict or drama that might even be allegorical (as the division between darkness and light always is).
The plot coagulates when Dvapara turns out to be a vampire, whose lusty presence draws Wilde's incipient
homosexuality and hunger for literary fame, Florence's carnal instincts, and Doyle's cocaine addiction (shades of Sherlock Holmes
Though doctors can gauge the degree to which a buildup of plaque is restricting blood flow, they would rather find incipient
plaque long before these fatty deposits narrow vessels and cause angina and other symptoms of atherosclerosis.
It is the "insertions of the global into the fabric of the national [that create a] partial and incipient
denationalization of that which has historically been constructed as the national.
He writes of players ``semicrouched in rapt immobility, forwardleaning into the ponderous nocturnal autumn air, in furious anticipation of arrested inertia, incipient
savagery, luminous in the brooding dusk-dark.
Saliva can even supply teeth with the mineral building blocks needed to repair incipient
cavities (SN: 4/19/86, p.
The zones of color, each distinct unto itself, are irregularly contoured, like lakes and streams whose borders flow in incipient
and sympathetic coordination with the others.
Though the political climate has changed dramatically since Soviet tanks rolled into Prague in the spring of 1968 to crush an incipient
uprising, the was very special nonetheless.
From the title of the installation, Korai (all works 2000), one understood that this was a group of women warriors, although they presented no heroic gestures, no implications of action let alone of incipient