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the meaning or significance of a poem, painting, or other work of art, as distinguished from its style or form

content

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Retrospective reflections like these offered an additional dimension for the latent content of the discourse in both categories, the realization that not only were these topics essential for the students' professional growth, but that they had been inexcusably absent from the preservice curriculum that they experienced.
The researchers focused on both manifest and latent content (Taylor, 2009).
Further evidence of this erasure of men can be viewed in the latent content analysis of indices.
To see the latent content, the addressee must "grab" the message from the beaming crowd as he would a pluck a point of light from a summer cloud of fireflies.
Foregrounding the latent content of Minimalism's pristine forms, his soft, mobile rectangles brought art to "life" only to underscore the gallery's funereal aura.
Departing from the apparently Freudian paradox that Luz "expected, absolutely unexpectedly, to be married in the spring," this note focuses on the assertion's latent content and explores its retaliatory implications within the design of Hemingway's short story.