78) Wilford Woodruff, touring the British Museum on an evangelizing mission in 1840, emblematically
admired the papyrus collection "more .
In the six black-and-white Black Arch (2005) series of prints, Shah isolates definitive Islamic architectural elements such as fret moldings, a courtyard entryway, the tip of a minaret, a distant mosque, but at the same time cropping and foreshortening them in a sea of inky blackness, divesting them of their immediate cultural authority--somewhat emblematically
, one suspects, given Shah's status as a Muslim woman in the West.
The soothing, emblematically
respectable overlay of classical music that Professor Marcus introduces is another attempt to plaster over the cracks in this society, to conceal the disruptive forces at work beneath its surface, but the music is fake, the situation destined to explode.
In his positive reading of the film, White argues that the "richly mythopoeic and sophisticated" Hulk should be seen in terms of fairy tale, its stylization working emblematically
in the service of its thematic concerns with psychological instability and emotional trauma (35).
It began emblematically
with the migrations of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob--and it has never stopped.
Post" should be read here as referring to extratextual discourse, or the multiple discursive possibilities of narrative discourse, of "rereading (and rewriting) the crucial and always mutually constitutive relationship, emblematically
interrogated by Zeno, between the tale and its telling, story and discourse, narrative and narratology" (O'Neill 1994:159160).
Japan has a rich tradition of graphically distinctive family crests emblematically
symbolism high court nobility's family names during and after the 12th century.
As the global phase of embedded liberalism entered meltdown in the late 1960s--manifested most emblematically
by the stagflation and unemployment of the 1970s "labour and urban social movements through much of the advanced capitalist world appeared to point towards the emergence of a socialist alternative to the social compromise between capital and labour that had grounded capital accumulation so successfully in the post-war period.
The wild flowers and grasses around the tank emblematically
protest against modernity, war, industry, and technology.
And his goofy relatives, who include Shohreh Aghdashloo as his loving, materialistic aunt, and Tony Yalda as his drama-queen cousin, come off as its most emblematically
typical American family.
I have quoted selectively, of course, but also emblematically
To be able to explain a natural phenomenon, an earthquake, but at the same time try to use it emblematically
to show the way language works in poetry.