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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of imbricate.
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Figurative speech imbricates the self with the world, through the senses.
Radcliffe further imbricates the relationship between narrative and reading machineries.
Again, Hegel's move here seems to arise from the manner in which he imbricates the epistemological and the ontological.
Capital relates to a particular social practice that imbricates material objects within a social relation in some determinate way.
Marx therefore sees the process that imbricates objects within social relations as conferring social properties on those objects.
Again, Hegel’s move here seems to arise from the manner in which he imbricates the epistemological and the ontological.
"indigenous" continues to haunt political, administrative and judicial actions; it innervates and imbricates other logics of oppression, discrimination and social exploitation.