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  • verb To articulate again.

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re- +‎ articulate

Examples

  • But it is a broad structuring of literature that, I think, we can rearticulate in dynamic rather than mechanistic terms. posted by Hal Duncan | 1: 58 AM

    A Theory of Modes and Modalities

  • But it is a broad structuring of literature that, I think, we can rearticulate in dynamic rather than mechanistic terms. posted by Hal Duncan | 1: 58 AM

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • "This was initially welcomed with rapture, and has been dismissed, and I think he needs to rearticulate it in a way that's persuasive to an international audience," he said.

    At U.N., Obama faces problems on larger stage

  • "This was initially welcomed with rapture, and has been dismissed, and I think he needs to rearticulate it in a way that's persuasive to an international audience," he said.

    At U.N., Obama faces problems on larger stage

  • Suppose we rearticulate that opening clause: “Every review starts with underlying assumptions about what constitutes a good or bad CModernNovel.”

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • And the latter I rearticulate as hero, non-hero and anti-hero.

    A Theory of Modes and Modalities

  • Suppose we rearticulate that opening clause: “Every review starts with underlying assumptions about what constitutes a good or bad CModernNovel.”

    The Assumption of Authority 2

  • Reading Farah's taxonomy (which is far more subtle and flexible than this crude summary might suggest), I find myself wanting to overlay alternative terms on her model, rearticulate each in terms of key quirks, states and processes in an attempt to draw out the symmetries of politics that seems to be lurking in there.

    Notes on Strange Fiction: Seams

  • The characterisation of one form by its key quirk -- the portal -- makes me want to rearticulate the others in a similarly figurative manner.

    Notes on Strange Fiction: Seams

  • The characterisation of one form in terms of a key state -- liminality -- makes me want to rearticulate the others in a comparable lexis, in terms of states.

    Notes on Strange Fiction: Seams

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