While some of her readings could be a bit more nuanced, she does an effective job of defining and analyzing labyrinthine
projections in works throughout Western history.
pathology of chronic renal failure patients treated with hemodialysis and kidney transplantation.
The exhibition functioned almost like an elaborate visual footnote to Steinweg's dense and difficult text, excerpts of which turned up throughout its labyrinthine
Novel morphologies observed including a labyrinthine
(or spinodal) surface patterns as well as extended smooth regions.
Or does it probe more deeply the labyrinthine
contradictions at the heart of Aframerican identity?
In a seductive style that he manages to sustain for most of the book, the author writes, "I was born in the year of the paradox, in the labyrinthine
city of Jijiga" His birthplace, we learn, is a place of contrasts, social, religious, and (perhaps most poignantly) natural.
nor the way that everything is linked in labyrinthine
Like his own masters of deception, Mamet makes us think exactly what he wants us to at every moment of this tight, labyrinthine
a company that was resisting "the use of enormous central staff, labyrinthine
reporting procedures, and huge mounds of computer data .
Critics have noted the influence of Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges in the book's labyrinthine
Vendors that previously saw long decision cycles, labyrinthine
decision-making, and dead ends are finding new opportunities at the RBOCs.
However, those for whom the final series signals the TV event of the year will have already joined me in having their grey matter tuned to mush through trying to figure out the impenetrably labyrinthine