multiple anchorage

mul·ti·ple an·chor·age

anchorage in which more than one type of resistance unit is used.

mul·ti·ple an·chor·age

(mŭlti-pĕl angkŏr-ăj)
Anchorage in which more than one type of resistance unit is used.
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She does not deny her past, but links her present and past history as a South Asian American to that of other ethnic groups in the US: "The present for me is the present of 'multiple anchorages'," she notes in her perceptive essay, "Is There an Asian American Aesthetic?" "It is these multiple anchorages that an ethnicity of Asian American provides for me, learning from Japanese Americans, Chinese Americans, African Americans, Indian Americans, and everyone jostling, shifting and sliding the symbols that come out of my own mind." (1)
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