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Therapeutics The release and dissolution of a drug from its dosage form
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Brule marks this as a pivotal moment in which gay liberationists and labour movements officially worked together to make advances in gay and lesbian workers' rights.
In fact, the Christian hope focused on a final judgement (Matt 25:31-46) and the emergence of a "new heaven" and a "new earth" (Rev 21:1) were taken by liberation theology from a postmillennialist perspective in terms of a theology that considered both, God and men's salvific and liberationist actions, as necessary and complementary.
He points out that in all the four historical moments (as mentioned above), liberationist understanding is closely tied together with the reality of an oppressed people's testimony to their spiritual encounter with the mystery of God.
He was also instrumental in the evolution of Sydney's Mardi Gras after initially opposing its original, more overt, liberationist agenda.
Vera's writing in this novel, in her construction of African female subjectivity, critically reassesses the interconnections between masculinist violence as a vital component of liberationist ideology in Zimbabwe both during the liberation struggle and the post-independence years.
Chapter 2 illuminates the advent of dub as an explicitly religious and "occultural" art, which simultaneously has been invested with political and liberationist signification.
(9) Throughout this essay I utilize the term liberationist to denote the small collectives of women in Indiana active before the ERA push and radical to describe those who challenged the political powers-that-be by pursuing public protest.
It clearly demonstrates the necessity of moving interreligious dialogue into a liberationist context, where the experiences of the oppressed constitute the starting point for the dialogue.
According to Zamir, once animal liberationists see that value and interests can be conceptually de-coupled in this way (thus abandoning any sort of 'trumping thesis'), they can then concede that humans are more valuable than animals, reject the implication that human interests must always trump animal interests, and forge ahead with arguments for liberation.
And he really did attend a black liberationist church, whose pastor married him and baptized his two daughters.
In the introduction, he makes it clear the book is firmly based in the poiesis of the Bible, read according to a Christ-centered, liberationist method of interpretation.
In the end, Lindsey argues, even with the rise of a religious right, which sought to preserve traditional values, the liberationist ethic won out.