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Citations:animacies

English citations of animacies

  • 1977 Ernest Buckler, Alan Young, The Cruelest Month, page 147:
    Their simple animacies, elsewhere a background unfelt, here tingled in them as entities. Sheila's snubs had loosened the lint on them and the wash of woods…
  • 1987 Janice Kulyk Keefer, Under Eastern Eyes: A Critical Reading of Maritime Fiction‎, page 81:
    …together release a 'gentle acid wash' in which the would-be lovers' 'simple animacies ' are at last allowed to 'tingl[e] in them as entities' (CM 147). …
  • 1993 John Frow, Meaghan Morris, Australian Cultural Studies: A Reader‎, page 93:
    …causation for the death of the young woman is located outside of society, and outside history — in (super) natural forces or extra-human animacies. …
  • 2001 Algonquian Indians, Papers of the Algonquian Conference, page 397:
    The animacies of terms not given in the dictionary are determined by their agreement patterns (plural endings, demonstratives, or verbal agreement) within…
  • 2003, Berkeley Linguistics Society Annual meeting, Paweł M. Nowak, Corey Yoquelet, David Mortensen, General Session: And Parasession on Phonetic Sources of Phonological Patterns : Synchronic and Diachronic Explanations, page 181:
    …these languages are derived by local conjunction of the subhierarchies on the animacies of the subject and object and object topicality: (27) Table 3. …
  • 2005 Randall Stevenson, The Last of England?: Volume 12: 1960-2000: The Last of England?, page 571:
    …1987) suggested in its title the interests of poetry which traced powerful animacies in the natural world and their resonances with the human psyche. …