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barye

[′ba·rē]
(mechanics)
The pressure unit of the centimeter-gram-second system of physical units; equal to 1 dyne per square centimeter (0.001 millibar). Also known as microbar.

barye

The pressure unit of the centimeter-gram-second (CGS) system of physical units. It is equal to 1 dyn/cm2 (0.001 mb), or 10−6 bar. Sometimes called a microbar. See also bar.
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Barad also stressed a point that medical device manufacturers understand well--having an idea is only the starting line in solving an unmet clinical need.
Barad allows us a way to consider how agency occurs through intra-action, which also enables us to understand how people outside of the dominant and constitutional limit of the 'self' are still able to negotiate notions such as success.
Barad concede que Butler ofrece una alternativa a las teorias del constructivismo social cuando enfatiza la importancia del exterior constitutivo, de aquello que tiene que excluirse para lograr la inteligibilidad discursiva.
Barad does not assert an opposition of materiality and signification but seeks to rethink their relationships.
Indeed Barad (2001: 90) states "materiality itself is a factor in materialization.
She finds internet information unreliable, and she prefers to learn through what Barad calls the process of intra-action.
Complicating the picture Crawford paints by substituting soil for motorcycles may approximate the multi-directional ethics that Barad describes.
In her theoretical framework, agential realism, Barad argues that the becoming of any phenomenon or body is a material-discursive process.
Barad said, "It really does have the potential for both environmental and economic benefit.
In another written reply to a question asked by Talala Congress MLA Jasu Barad, the minister said that as per the Census conducted in 2010, there were 411 lions in the state.
An understanding of relationality as productive of entities or as "phenomena", as Karen Barad has it (2007; 2010), has changed the way we think and configure those things (which are never autonomous) such as subjects, objects, and relata (which become in concert, never just in relation, but with (3) and of relations, bound together through the tying that coconstitutes lifeworlds).
2) Formulations such as the "agential realism" of Karen Barad and the "speculative materialism" of Quentin Meillassoux, both now identifiable with a "new materialism" (Dolphijn and van der Tuin 2012) or "new ontology" (Hekman 2008, 109), have challenged the linguistic or social constructivism that tended to dominate critical theory after post- structuralism.