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mutable

Astrology of or relating to four of the signs of the zodiac, Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius, and Pisces, which are associated with the quality of adaptability
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Walkowitz rightly focuses her epilogue on the mutability of "translated," having taken her readers on a decisive journey through a state-of-the-art critical and theoretical minefield.
It is to be vulnerable to the world when the world believes itself invulnerable, to understand its mutability when it thinks itself immutable, to sense what's coming before others senses it, to know that the barbarian future is tearing down the gates of the present while others cling to the decadent, hollow past.
And as I embrace my mutability, watch my children become the adults who will inhabit this planet, friendships become yet more important.
It can document aesthetic mutability and demonstrate technical acumen, all the while circumventing the baggage of painting or sculpture.
Dee's theology 'attained a surprising mutability between Protestant and Catholic, orthodox and heterodox modes of religious inquiry', yet it would be misleading to compare it to the newly conceived Anglican via media (p.
It is about mutability, the passing of time and life.
Adapting literary darling Feng Tang's 2005 novel "Everything Crows," which chronicles the sentimental education of a Beijing medical student, the film rhapsodizes about biology while meditating on mutability, and in contrast with the affected modesty of so much similar-looking mainland fare, its romantic sensibility is voluptuous to the core.
His purpose, as he later wrote, was to depict the ocean's constant mutability in ways that the painters in his Impressionist milieu could not.
This essay will argue that Browning's travel monologues (or dramatic travelogues) utilize the unfolding events of a journey to enact the relentless mutability of their speakers' minds.
There is randomness and mutability in the scientific theory of evolution, but it is possible for mutability and chance to also be taken into theological consideration.
It also stresses the mutability of geography due to technological change, the formation and destruction of alliances, and other human factors.
Mutability was formed as an independent charity with all party Parliamentary support in 1977.