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interstices

Small spaces or gaps between parts of an organ or between cellular structural elements of tissues.
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Zizek's interstices, and even Kant's realm of ends, so conceived, is precisely the realm of exhaustion, of zero possibilities.
Our focus in this paper falls on the interstices between and intersections across the formal/informal divide, particularly as it plays out through streetlife and informal settlements that infiltrate so many cities of the Global South.
Et si jamais il y a des interstices, ne pas les utiliser ; cette defense est abominable, elle instrumentalise les <<petits>> personnels.
upon a displacement r of this point and consequent upon this the occurrence of two interstices, one of minimum size and one of a maximum size, between the spindle and the sleeve.
Her insights into the quiet interstices of our lives retain their power in her collected works, a precious legacy.
Tulli's ambiguous intent informs a fictional hermeneutics that suggests how flawed indeed are the ties that bind, how absurdly comic at their interstices.
Elytra moderately convex, oval-elongate, not denticulate at shoulder, more or less widened posteriorly and more or less strongly callose on preapical declivity, more or less diffusedly pubescent or nearly glabrous, usually rather dull; striae generally fine and feebly or not at all crenulate; interstices flat, rarely convex, more or less distinctly punctured; epipleura strong, elongately bristled at least at two basal thirds.
He describes chemical structures, symmetry, polymorphism and phase transitions, chemical bonding and lattice energy, the effective size of atoms, ionic compounds, molecular structure, molecular orbital theory and chemical bonding in solids, the element structures of the nonmetals, diamond-like structures, polyanionic and polycationic compounds, Zintl phases, packing of spheres in relation to metal structures, the sphere-packing principle for compounds, linked polyhedra, packing of spheres with occupied interstices, symmetry as the organizing principle for crystal structures, the physical properties of solids, and, gently, pitfalls and linguistic aberrations.
The answer lies in those interstices where a shred of compassion creeps in, as though in spite of itself.
For me, the process of picture-making is a collaborative process where my subjects live a life in the interstices between their own lives and the life in which they let me participate.
to find secreted in the interstices of legislation the very grant of power which Congress consciously withheld.
In examining the interplay of multiple forms of marginality, these hidden interstices will shed light on the struggles involved in teaching in the diaspora.