was a highly adaptive media strategy well suited to an unstable and uncertain political order, and it served the Thai press extremely well during the rotating-door administrations of the 1980s and 1990s.
Les applications pratiques, actuelles ou a venir, de la fiducie demontrent la tres grande polyvalence
de cet instrument.
What Brocquet devotes most energy to and succeeds most in demonstrating is the way this kind of k[a.bar]vya works, how synergies of meaning are produced across emphatic polyvalence
. He treats this as a synchronic question, and draws on the terminology of French structural linguistics, especially E.
Both ancient and premodern communities of faith often presume textual polyvalence
and an awareness of the Scriptures' peculiar efficacy.
as it is being isolated and forced to bear not only the polyvalent meanings words have but a grammatical polyvalence
which keeps tension
Ce tableau enrichit ou complete l'information des chapitres precedents et met en lumiere la polyvalence
du champ familial.
Much, though not all, of the chapter derives from known material; the reading itself tends to shun hermeneutic priorities in favour of non-hierarchical polyvalence
. The method here and elsewhere relies on close paraphrases accompanied by commentary.
Centering on questions of polyphony, mythology, astrology and politics, these critics have come to see the ideological polyvalence
of Calderonian texts.
Perry's own contribution as the first Fulbright lecturer in American literature at the University of Bucharest (1963), and as the author of the first Bibliography of American Literature Translated into Romanian (1984), was instrumental in the "breaking of the eggshell." Through its renewed contacts with the West, Romanian literature rediscovered its passion for the "broader and more varied world of ideas and art forms." American literature has contributed significantly to a broadening of Romanian (literary) identity, adding to the "Mioritic" characteristics enumerated previously by Perry a modern sense of multiplicity, a "double or simultaneous vision" that emphasizes "polyvalence
," paradox, and a forward- rather than backward-looking myth.