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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of imbricate.

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Examples

  • Figurative speech imbricates the self with the world, through the senses.

    Experience, Figuration, the Avant-Garde, My Grouse : Ange Mlinko : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation

  • Radcliffe further imbricates the relationship between narrative and reading machineries.

    Reading Machines

  • Again, Hegel's move here seems to arise from the manner in which he imbricates the epistemological and the ontological.

    Larval Subjects .

  • Capital relates to a particular social practice that imbricates material objects within a social relation in some determinate way.

    Roughtheory.org

  • Marx therefore sees the process that imbricates objects within social relations as conferring social properties on those objects.

    Roughtheory.org

  • Again, Hegel’s move here seems to arise from the manner in which he imbricates the epistemological and the ontological.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • "indigenous" continues to haunt political, administrative and judicial actions; it innervates and imbricates other logics of oppression, discrimination and social exploitation.

    Indybay newswire

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