In any case, it's interesting that during January, as George Gladfelter points out, Venus reached its geometric dichotomy
two days after its greatest elongation east of the Sun.
MicroStudios allows filmmakers to iterate their storytelling in an approach that more closely resembles the animation process.
Running throughout the entirety of Mewett's commentary is his third point, really a theme, that the dichotomy
employed offers no insight into behavior which observers do not already gain through other analytical tools at their disposal.
The first step in determining the dominance of functions is to look at the Judging-Perceiving dichotomy
(Myers et al, 1998), if a person has a judging indicator, then his thinking-feeling dichotomy
might be extravert and intuitive-sensing indicator would be introvert.
It is also almost always the case that one side of a dichotomy
is accorded higher or lower value--which, along with the practical usefulness for the person making the distinction, also cements in advantages and disadvantages for people in the 'wrong' category: women's work/men's work is an example that is replete with judgements about worth, salary, caring, among others.
Army officers who develop a genuine awareness of this dichotomy
empower themselves to anticipate the negative externalities of his decisions between the moral imperative of preserving his Soldiers and the professional obligation to accomplish his mission.
Emphasizing the running forward-running backward dichotomy
helps the coach teach the importance of keeping opponents in a front view while dropping back on defense.
This fact/value dichotomy
has become so widely accepted that I can recall my high school teachers in the 1970s reciting it as an uncontroversial truism; and even my college students today, most of whom are religiously conservative Alabamians unlikely to harbor sympathies for ethical relativism, can be counted on to confront assertions in ethics with the question "Who's to say what's right or wrong?
Any secondary pupil who has endured freshman history lectures about the Alien and Sedition Acts should be well aware of the basic dichotomy
between full civil rights in times of national emergency versus the most effective ways to guarantee their long-term survival.
Despite his long professional ballet experience as a performer, choreographer, and teacher, Strate always has resisted making a strict dichotomy
between ballet and modern.
California born but Stone Mountain, Georgia, -bred, Walker, in her art, represents the dichotomy
of her upbringing.
This can be described further in terms of a dichotomy
for violence based on the offender's desired outcome.