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  • n. Plural form of throughline.

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Examples

  • So now I find myself, having been away for a while, back here, typing away, looking for the throughlines.

    Full Circle

  • Both anthologies are good, but for hardboiled throughlines I'd really recommend the latter.

    Seattle Noir

  • I googled the phrase, both as three words and as two, and found lots of sites where people talk knowingly about emotional throughlines, but not a real good definition or a how-to.

    What is an Emotional Throughline?

  • But one of the throughlines in the course has to do with providing the students with strategies for testing and expanding the range of their thinking skills—making observations, drawing inferences, asking questions, formulating hypotheses, and so on—in a more or less self-conscious, metacognitive way.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • I've been able to explore a lot of connections, throughlines, running through my head and my teaching practice.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • The throughlines are not always or most frequently continuous.

    Prescience

  • In it, Merwin finds a way to articulate with oblique efficiency a number of ideas that I personally feel to be true, and which are in fact connected to throughlines in my teaching.

    Maoli

  • The pictures are one thread among the throughlines I have been trying to weave together here—throughlines of reading and writing and looking and thinking—and so I share them here, in the spirit that Francine Prose endorses in the work of Chekhov, as artifacts of a certain line of inquiry, and of a certain kind of celebration.

    Throughlines

  • One of my grounding assumptions—one of the throughlines in my own life experience—is that writing itself helps to generate and deepen thinking.

    Dactylic Hexameter

  • If creating clear narrative throughlines were McAnuff's strong suit, this postmodern jumble might not be a problem.

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