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embryonic

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of or relating to an embryo
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As Heffernan has it: 'ekphrasis is dynamic and obstetric; it typically delivers from the pregnant moment of visual art its embryonically narrative impulse, and thus makes explicit the story that visual art tells only by implication'.
This exchange does not so much herald the eventual separation of the various disciplines embryonically mixed in the combatants' discourse as it signifies a watershed in the practice of the public sphere in the course of the 1790's: whereas at the start of the controversy, Samuel Ireland could confidently appeal to the courts of the republic of letters for standards of rational arbitration, by the time the dust had settled, such belletristic discourse had become hopelessly politicized.
Such things existed only embryonically throughout church history but are now in place and are marvelously suited to collegial activity and shared decision-making and responsibility.
The practical utility of both of these two key cell types (autologous adult fat-derived and non-autologous umbilical cord derived), renders their use in clinical practice very likely to occur most rapidly; and indeed presents an elegant set of approaches that we expect will outperform embryonically derived cells in this regard, although the latter are much more commonly known and discussed.
It is all there, embryonically, within the intricacies of that first sequence-shot where, in the interests of analytical clarity, one may detach the following threads from the densely interwoven fabric:
What follows is a precis of the causal forces operating on presidential discourse, many of which operated embryonically in Mr.