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supplement

Geometry
a. either of a pair of angles whose sum is 180°
b. an arc of a circle that when added to another arc forms a semicircle
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20) The MIT/Haites model is a geographically aggregated version specially designed for the broad analysis of sinks, supplementarity constraints, and other issues related to the flexibility mechanisms of the Kyoto Protocol.
In other words, the "self-deconstruction" of the hierarchical binary of colonized/colonizer through the reading practice of supplementarity is designed so to render both terms equal (they are both traversed by difference and are thus tropologically "equal") -- but this is merely a discursive equality, which, in fact, conceals from view the (extra-discursive) space where they are not equal -- determinately divided space of the ruling relations of production.
24) Saying yes to the friend -- through which he is created and can create, and through which we turn into affirming friends and sponges absorbing a world (the yes of the friend)--is saying yes to eternal return, to eternally returning friendship, to originary alter-ation, to the Yes which in its irreducible distance (affirmer and affirmed, affirmed affirmer and affirming affirmed do not become one), in its essential multiplicity (there are at least two affirmations), in its constitutive supplementarity (the affirming creator becomes the creator by the affirmation of what is neither purely manufactured nor merely created and which itself creates), in its determined indeterminacy (who says yes?
This fruitful contract between different texts which gives rise to history and growth is predicated on complementarity, supplementarity, and mutuality.
A lot of Derrida's work generates suspensions, but I think particularly towards the end he was trying to make the disjunctions between the dialectic and supplementarity operate on justice, truth, or the older clusters of thought and value, such as friendship, in order to produce different conditions of relation.
This more--this supplementarity of feeling and killing--both promises to metaphysically enhance techniques of security and renders the animals who supply this surplus prone to its internal contradictions.
This creates complications for managing Kyoto-projects offsets since these national supplementarity targets could be exceeded if firms regulated under the EU ETS were allowed to purchase CERs and ERUs without limit.
2] Emissions from Specific Sources Supplementarity Assessment of Carbon Offset Sellers Congressional Activity Conclusions List of Tables Table 1.
Imbued with a similar if much less intense sense of the critical power of supplementarity, D'Israeli eschews its striking physical embodiment--his notes are relatively restrained--but he constantly insists on and protects the supplementary status of practices of miscellany.
How to conceive of an unthinkable "originary incest" in "post-catastrophic" terms, after the "fall" into the age of supplementarity (and the prohibition of incest)?
Ambivalance and supplementarity have a strong presence in this book, as the author continually discovers precedents for reading declared or apparent hedonism as a virtual replication of the rhetoric of restraint.
Insofar as partial, temporary fixity of these narratives is achieved, critical organization studies should employ theory to restore the process of differance (Gergen 1992), thus revealing their 'unescapable qualities of differance and supplementarity [.

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