He discusses the oral character
of Southern culture, a poetics of Southern orality, pattern and structure, and epistemology and psychodynamics.
Under the program, law school deans are supposed to certify student interns are of good oral character
and have taken a clinical training course.
d) The extemporaneous and oral character
of Augustine's catechesis, always attendant upon antecedent prayer (see de doctrina christiana 4, 25, 32 and 4, 30, 63) has much to teach us.
These have been preserved in their oral character
and are divided into seventeen subsections under eighty-five different topics.
The available evidence suggests that the distinctive oral characters found in living forms, such as Scaphechinus and Echinarachnius, can also be recognized in extinct Mio-Pliocene forms, such as Astrodapsis, Remondella, Vaquerosella, and Kewia.
It is possible to predict these effects, and to compare them with the actual oral characters that occur in adult dendrasterids.
In theory, apical eccentricity can be derived in the same manner as the oral characters described above, by suppressing the second phase of unequal growth.