transinsular

trans·in·su·lar

(trans-in'sū-lăr),
Across the insula or island of Reil.
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transinsular

(trăns-ĭn′sū-lăr)
Across the insula of the brain.
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Transinsular approach can provide shorter intracerebral distance to target the hematoma, and the Sylvian fissure is the nature pathway to reach the insular cortex.
More importantly, the book offers nothing less than a radically alternative reading of what Moreno calls a "transinsular" corpus to propose a new theoretical framework from which to examine the experience of the "gran familia puertorriquena" This allows her to highlight "the increasingly transnational character of the Puerto Rican population," forcing the broadening of the Spanish literary canon to include the diaspora.
In Family Matters, Marisel Moreno suggests a new approach to the study of island and diaspora Puerto Rican literature that bridges the two bodies of work across the proverbial Atlantic "charco." This new approach, which she calls "transinsular", explores the connections and commonalities that exist across Puerto Rican literature, both on the island and the mainland.
Reid, president of Reid Newfoundland Company, operators of the transinsular railway, donated two Vickers machine guns to the Regiment in January 1915.
The 51 per cent state-owned shares in the sea transports company Transinsular were sold in August.
Focusing on the critique that these narratives put forth of la gran familia, this essay demonstrates how the links between Puerto Rican women's literature in and outside the Island signal the existence of a Puerto Rican transinsular literary corpus.