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binate

[′bī‚nāt]
(botany)
Growing in pairs.
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This dispersion and dilution of the originary colonial authority across the English language reveals some poets as displaying a refusal in terms of content--albeit agonistically in a binate form of brisure which is a joining and breaking with colonial authority in a simultaneous gesture of acknowledgement and refusal--and others deconstructing and refusing the very language itself in the way English is adapted and acculturated into a form which is sometimes referred to as Indian English.
Seeking a third position as deus ex machina that would offer an alternative to traditions of violence and vulnerability, the narrator attempts to discover a way to live in harmony with her human and non-human surroundings and to see beyond the binate options she had previously imagined: "To immerse oneself, join in the war, or to be destroyed.
Instruction selection using binate covering for code size optimization.

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