In addition, the long-distance binding/logophoric domain in East Asian languages can also be introduced by a logocentric complementizer or connective .
It is sometimes a question of style - think of the ‘technical’ innovations of black music, or the empathic and connective revolt of the ‘movement of movements’ against capitalism.
In the section below, I explain the construct of the connective self, patriarchal connectivity, and relational rights and responsibilities, which I found to be locally upheld ideas.
By that I mean he had a connective mind, one characterized by a wide, ever-growing range of interests, but one that could synthesize and cut to the heart of an issue.
They also modeled and practiced relational rights and responsibilities embedded in patriarchal connective networks, as they taught rights and responsibilities to their children.
To work efficiently, the message must have a context that the receiver comprehends, use a code that the participants share, and operate via a contact, a physical and psychological connective that each participant can enter.
One branch ran through the cerebro-pleural connective into the ipsilateral pleural ganglion.
While one of them advised against using ‘while’ as a logical connective , I promptly found two such usages in the introduction to the same book.
The participants were exposed to medical, social and domestic aspects of mental retardation and therapeutic intervention and connective strategies and the need to help the retarded to lead an independent life.
A model friend of hers told her about a procedure called a leukotomy, an operation in which connective fibres are cut, severing the connection between two different areas of the brain.