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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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In each poem the speaker's travels reflect Browning's views on the mutability of thought and on the narrative complexities of the dramatic monologue.
When the king of the gods refuses to abdicate in her favor, Mutability takes her appeal to the supreme court, "the highest him," which is Spenser's way of placing the classical machinery of his fiction within a Christian frame of reference.
Recent deals James has advised on include GMAC Insurance on its [pounds sterling]170m acquisition of Provident Insurance; Mutability Operations on its [pounds sterling]1.
loss, of mutability and mortality, and the end of conscious thought in
His intent, he explained, was to demonstrate the mutability of oral tradition.
He then describes STLs and what happens to them in the real world, element reference categories, the curious "untemporary" reference, the DRY SPOT principle, contract programming (including enforcement types and mechanisms, constraints, shims, partial structural performance, mutability and resource source, template tools, inferred interface adaptation, and essential components.
But the compliance deadline looms in early spring, and preparations are difficult because of the abstract terminology and mutability in the multiple draft versions of the law, one of which--the final version--has not yet been released.
The argument for the infinite mutability and plasticity of gender relies on the premise--how often have you heard it?
Creolization refers to the "malleability and mutability of various beliefs and practices" in circumstances where the intersecting experiences of race, gender, class, labor, power, and sexuality determine their constitution, while syncretism refers to the transformation of these traditions as the result of processes of "renegotiation, reorganization, and redefinition of clashing belief systems" (7).
Oswald Of Northumbria contains both the legends themselves and contemplative reflections upon their mutability.
Jankova is outstanding from the beginning, in the first song, Mussorgsky's The Children's Room: smiles, indignation, obstinacy, sighs, secrecy and tearfulness follow each other in a pure uncomplicated register, and in a very realistic style the singer employs hints of declamation, and an agogic and emotional mutability explored in minute detail.
The "best source" is no longer static, as the mutability of information evolution makes nothing absolute or permanent.