For that reason, I want to invoke bell hooks's proposal to resignify the term "feminist movement," to deliver it from its nomenclatorial
fixity and reconnect it to the verb "to move"--with all the restless possibility that word connotes.
confusion accompanying this synonymy was introduced by Buch (1837, p.44) when he suggested (incorrectly) that Schlotheim's specimen (similar externally to Buch's material) was probably from the North (i.e.
An eloquent and melancholy explanation of O'Brien's nomenclatorial
fluidity can be found in Kiberd 1995: 497-502.
A check-list of the fishes of the Great Lakes and tributary waters, with nomenclatorial
notes and analytical keys.
In connection with the significant time-gap between individual faunal lists and the inevitable nomenclatorial
changes, such species lists do not support biogeographic research (Soberon & Peterson 2004), nor do they offer easy access to species-richness estimates.
There are three principles in my restoration of the Shu Poems, namely biographical information, geographical reference, and nomenclatorial
structure of poem titles.
Rather, it is a sign of the heightened unpredictability and agonistic open-endedness inaugurated by globalization, which, in spite of the nomenclatorial
drawbacks mentioned here, is still a useful name for the entrenchment of an uncertainly articulated, universally pervasive, and remarkably fluid manner of pan-national exchange, influence, and cultural formation.
Estimates of nomenclatorial
and taxonomic diversity among Recent Entoprocta and Ectoprocta.
He called for informed suggestions for names before they were "copied too widely into the literature of navigation." The development of space travel, he thought, would precipitate an ever increasing use of unnamed stars that would compromise nomenclatorial
discipline if standards weren't vigorously defended.
The type locality and nomenclatorial
status of Peromyscus maniculatus nebrascensis (Coues).
texensis reflects nomenclatorial
changes suggested by Schonhuth et al.