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  • adj. Not situated; without a situation or position; lacking a place.


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un- +‎ situated


  • So don't assume Armantrout is always abstract (or 'unsituated' if you prefer).

  • Here, Lise narrates her clan history from the core of the Nsumbane praise, "chuka xikhakha," and unlike formal explanations of clan origins hers is an episode plucked from an apparently unsituated past, with no explicit reference to historical location or time.

    Where Women Make History: Gendered Tellings of Community and Change in Magude, Mozambique

  • It is impossible to adopt an unsituated point of view, and if a point of view is situated, it cannot stand apart from and understand all points of view.


  • Given the number of sort of disconnected criticisms (like the "statements" section, which is great to read, but sort of unsituated), I really think a separate page for miscellaneous controversies and criticisms is warranted.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]


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