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symptomize

(sĭm′tə-mīz′, sĭmp′-) or

symptomatize

(-tə-mə-tīz′)
tr.v. symptom·ized, symptom·izing, symptom·izes or symptoma·tized or symptoma·tizing or symptoma·tizes
To be a symptom of: The infection is symptomized by chronic fatigue. High absenteeism often symptomizes job dissatisfaction.
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That, instead, the narrative was variously ignored and co ntested by participants symptomizes the 'considerable flexibility' that ordinary employees often have 'to create their own interpretation of what is going on' (Thachenkery 1992: 231; cf.
2] The skin disease again symptomizes or lays bare the relations between self and other, an exchange of positions, precisely the point of contact between self and other.
It symptomizes products and conditions, making it much easier for consumers to analyze the situation and make product choices.
Rather than a repression of the utopian which symptomizes its power, the coda signifies that Forster wants to discipline an attitude he never shared to begin with.
Warren's turn from fiction to poetry, "the poetic attitude," symptomizes the historical turn from fiction's naturalism to a modernism generally associated with poetry.
Taking Balzac as a central point of reference, I will be demonstrating how Algeria's shadowy status in the Comedie humaine symptomizes a broader disjuncture between the colonial periphery and realism's capacity for representing it.
Burden's resistance to recalling his place of origin symptomizes the broader national syndrome of willful blindness to the country's beginnings in colonial plantation projects, and the interlude of d'Arnault exemplifies an imperative to disavow a set of interrelated truths in imagining the myth of nation.
Indeed, the book symptomizes a number of concerns surrounding race pertinent to an interracial couple in the United States of the 1960s and, in doing so, poses difficult questions to Gilroy's utopian vision.
self, for that hold symptomizes an inability to let go of his old,