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primordial

 [pri-mor´de-al]
original or primitive; of the simplest and most undeveloped character.

pri·mor·di·al

(prī-mōr'dē-ăl),
1. Relating to a primordium.
2. Relating to a structure in its first or earliest stage of development. Synonym(s): primal (2)

primordial

(prī-môr′dē-əl)
adj.
1. Being or happening first in sequence of time; original.
2. Primary or fundamental: play a primordial role.
3. Biology Belonging to or characteristic of the earliest stage of development of an organism or a part: primordial cells.
n.
A basic principle.

pri·mor′di·al·ly adv.

pri·mor·di·al

(prī-mōr'dē-ăl)
1. Relating to a primordium.
2. Relating to a structure in its first or earliest stage of development.
Synonym(s): primal (2) , primitive.

primordial

original; existing from the beginning.

pri·mor·di·al

(prī-mōr'dē-ăl)
1. Relating to a primordium.
2. Relating to a structure in its first or earliest stage of development.
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The excessive object voice that is extimate to language therefore plays a particular role in Gothic Metal; its exclusion from language (from the lyrics), whether as the voice-Thing (primordially ceded) or the primitive bodily signifier (residue of all significations), "provokes" langue to articulate the sense of postmodern haunting.
Men began to be seen as sexist, unromantic and pragmatic--resembling too much Lee and Goh's primordially aggressive alpha-male.
Dillon formulates it in his article on Merleau-Ponty's "Eye and Mind," "certainly functions as his chief metaphor or model for perception in general." (39) Yet things appear to perception in the Merleau-Pontian visionary mode primordially, not as the individual knows them, as one speaks about them or as consciousness reflects on them.
Rockmore points out that Husserl brackets the reality of the transcendent world: transcendentalism is realized only in transcendental phenomenology (perception is perception of thinghood, of the object itself, the appearance of any thing is inadequate, and there is a way in which every object can be grasped primordially and perfectly adequately.
Exiled primordially (Eden), during the Patriarchal era, in the sixth century BCE, and from the first century to the twentieth, the Jewish experience of alienation has been the historical backdrop against which affirmations of divine benevolence have been constructed.
And it accelerates Spanish cinema's already-in-motion makeover from a primordially cultural enterprise to a primordial part of a consumer economy.
While written discourse is primordially linear, the weight of analogy in science-fiction and of the mythical return in quest narratives tips the scale towards simultaneity as well.
And knew art as primarily, primordially, "weapon," amulet, objectified uncanny-ness, seeking mediation and redress for both desire and death.
However, actually, the alternative parasite control based on tannins supplementation has a boarding aim focused on reduction of chemical products usage in the flock, increasing the interval between anthelmintic administration and, primordially, reducing the selective pressure on parasites strains caused by the high frequency of drenches with the traditional antiparasitic drugs.
Thus, its daily diuresis, is reduced from 2.9-8.6 to 0.7-1.7 litre [1], a value lower than that observed in other desert mammals, This is primordially due to the renal action of vasopressin (VP) which develops 100 time faster than in bovine species [1].