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  • v. Present participle of characterise.

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Examples

  • With any multi-Doctor story, you have to assess the writer's success in characterising each Doctor (and companions), and with comics you have to grade the artists 'ability to depict the actors' faces as well.

    December Books 2) The Forgotten, by Tony Lee

  • Indeed, it strikes at the very heart of morality in characterising it as a process of learning, of maturation, entirely in line with conventional morality's position in a Kohlbergian schema of moral development.

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  • Given that, even 12 years after our liberation, our continuing struggle is still centred on the task to eradicate the legacy of centuries of colonialism and apartheid, we have a similarly continuing responsibility to confront the triple - oppression we defined as characterising the condition of the women of our country.

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  • Given that, even 12 years after our liberation, our continuing struggle is still centred on the task to eradicate the legacy of centuries of colonialism and apartheid, we have a similarly continuing responsibility to confront the triple-oppression we defined as characterising the condition of the women of our country.

    ANC Today

  • The mode of interpretation which we have described as characterising the first and undisciplined age of critical inquiry, is not laid aside.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 62, No. 382, October 1847

  • These markings gave the animals that peculiar appearance so well-known as characterising the skin of the leopard, hence the name of these little creatures was "leopard-marmots."

    The Young Voyageurs Boy Hunters in the North

  • These markings gave the animals that peculiar appearance so well known as characterising the skin of the leopard, hence the name of these little creatures was "leopard marmots."

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  • Their dress is upon the whole neat and comfortable, covered in general by a species of smock frock of a light blue colour, and exhibiting none of that miserable appearance which Mr Young described as characterising the labouring classes during his time.

    Travels in France during the years 1814-15 Comprising a residence at Paris, during the stay of the allied armies, and at Aix, at the period of the landing of Bonaparte, in two volumes.

  • This platform exhibits the same architectural model, which we have described as characterising the single temples.

    Diary in America, Series Two

  • Bound within its metaphor of vessel and substance content interprets the articulation from an almost wholly referential viewpoint, characterising meaning as residing “within” the words (and the relationships between them), all too often essentialising this situation of meaning as inherent (such that an articulation has a definitive meaning).

    Archive 2009-07-01

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