In so doing, the visible engagement with genocide becomes elided into the refusal of representation that surrounds the Holocaust.
This is particularly true because of the way in which the war on terror has elided into preparations for a war against Iraq.
Concern about new human rights requirements elided into the gross inequality whereby he was allowed to pay for his incarceration in a comfortable house, with a security firm of his own choosing.
I accept that the word SPORK involves a clever idea of making a single word by eliding the end of the word spoon and beginning of the word fork.
The close proximity of two ‘L' s’ in al-Ilah caused them to be elided together so that the word became Allah.
Blair must have hoped that by the time of the publication of the report the problem of the non-existing weapons of mass destruction would have gone away, been forgotten or mistakenly elided in the public mind with the Hutton Inquiry.
The ‘siege’ in the title refers to the way in which standardization elides the individual speaking mouths and the full resonance of their sounds in favor of convenience.
As a result, the coach has Bill as its antecedent (of some sort), hence making it possible for the second elided pronoun, which bears a -occurrence, to be resolved.
On Dig Your Own Hole, Beth Orton's looping lament to wasted comedown mornings gradually elided into one of that record's most assertive beats.
Raven was clearly justified in eliding details of the two plots, in the interest of stiffening his adaptation, and making it plausible to 1970s viewers.