The display at the Neue Nationalgalerie--which marked a turning point in de Rooij's career, as his first major project since the untimely death of his longtime collaborator, Jeroen de Rijke, in 2006--conveyed a sense of being not merely an amassment
of fascinating things but a work of art.
Yesterday, Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov and his US counterpart John Kerry discussed the problem of troop amassment
on the eastern border of Ukraine.
For where the impulse of expatriation is inactive in a given population, there is not only mass but amassment
, a principle that Thomas Malthus had years earlier articulated to account for the "extraordinary" (205) population of China, especially as it differed from Japan, its more "warlike ...
Enrile, along with his co-accused, face a series of plunder and graft charges for their alleged years-long amassment
of ill-gotten wealth.
It's also a process that can incur the overproduction of free radicals which can further lead to lipid peroxidation (LPO) since chick embryo development is associated with an amassment
of polyunsaturated fatty acid in tissue lipids (Speake et al.1998).
This hermeneutic element, furthermore, is integral in the notion of the Towers as representative of a neoliberal space, as through Daud, the novel not only critiques the logistic practices behind their development, but also the ideological policies that turn a blind eye to workers' rights in favor of the monetary amassment
of a few (namely the various corrupt construction companies, the police force, and local government officials who all receive a piece of the neoliberal pie).
It could be that Horace intentionally chose to fool the reader into a straightforward reading; expressing enmity between himself and the ex-slave functions as a way of distancing himself from the actions of the ex-slave who flaunts and revels provocatively in the great amassment
of wealth (Hills 2005:32).