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Zima

 

a city in Irkutsk Oblast, RSFSR, located at the intersection of the Oka River (a tributary of the Angara) with the Siberian highway. Population, 42,000 (1970). Zima has a sawmill and woodworking industry, as well as a factory producing reinforced-concrete items, a clothing factory, and a poultry-processing plant. There is a medical school. An electrochemical combine and a plant for the extraction of rosin were under construction in 1972.

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A year-and-a-half-old dog who lives nearby and spent some time with Zima when she was incubating the virus is not symptomatic, but urinalysis showed he is shedding the virus.
Commenting on Iran's nuclear threat, al Zima said: "The entry of developing nations into this domain is an adventure involving detrimental risks and repercussions for them.
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Continuamente los catalogos de Zafra y Zima Entertainment, por ejemplo, han ido acumulando una gran variedad de peliculas nacionales, latinoamericanas, asiaticas, europeas y norteamericanas provenientes del cine independiente.
Zima identifies and critically appraises three historical stages in the development of the artist novel: firstly, the Romantic period in which the role of the artist and the function of art, despite the movement's utopian aestheticism, were becoming increasingly problematized; secondly, the postmodern era (1850-1950) which, according to Zima, testified to a sharp decline in the humanistic authority of the educated middle classes in which the artist novel was culturally and social anchored, to be replaced by an increasingly commercialized notion of literature as a commodity (Zima uses the Marxist term Tauschwert recurrently); and thirdly, the post-modernist age (since WWII) in which the artist novel has nothing left to do but to mimic its own formalistic tradition and value systems (xiii).
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Es decir, Zima establece una fusion epistemologica entre sociologia y semiotica, en donde se intenta redefinir algunos conceptos semioticos dentro del contexto de la kritische Theorie (Adorno, Horkheimer y Habermas) y alrededor de la problematica del lenguaje y de la comunicacion (Zima; 1985: 114-115).