How To Use Scour In A Sentence

  • Often the parent feels helpless and very discouraged and may also give up on the child which reinforces the child's feelings of inadequacy and may cause the child to retreat or regress further.
  • Washington, who believed liquor a particular scourge among blacks, sent felicitations. LAST CALL
  • How, then, can we force a change in the media systems that dominate the discourse and misinform the debate?
  • This kind of discourse is at the opposite pole from storytelling as defined by Benjamin.
  • Discourse doesn't have to stoop to the level unreturnable. Hillary On Obama's Speeches: "It's Change You Can Xerox"
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  • Interest rates would then rise as the central bank increased its discount rate to discourage borrowing and the demands for legal tender.
  • Reading makes a full amn, meditation a profound man, discourse a clear man. 
  • How can the social conditions be established which practical discourse would require? The Politics of Redress - crime, punishment and penal abolition
  • Environmental health officers hope the cotes will keep pigeons off the streets and discourage them from feeding on waste food and titbits offered by tourists.
  • These two transaction costs discourage foreign investment and borrowing. International Finance: The markets and financial management of multinational business.
  • That they are not can be demonstrated by the way in which the term pulp was introduced into literary discourse. Genres and niche markets
  • Profoundly discouraged, we ride on after this in mournful silence. Untrodden Peaks and Unfrequented Valleys
  • Above all put a rigorous, rich language back at the centre of political discourse. Times, Sunday Times
  • Mild abrasives are used to scour pots and pans, oven interiors, and drip pans.
  • These were now crystallized in an expanded discourse on male and female sexuality.
  • He stared at the object of discourse , as one might do at a strange repulsive animal.
  • The new building would be designed with high security measures in a bid to discourage damage.
  • Why do men listen with more strict attention to an inflammatory harangue, that may not be argumentative, than to a prosaical discourse, that is, to an anecdote than to a prayer, to an extravaganza than to a lecture, or derive more pleasure from pantomimic drollery than from Hamlet, or hearing an opera they do not understand than from reading an essay they do. A Controversy Between "Erskine" and "W. M." on the Practicability of Suppressing Gambling.
  • Caps can be used anticompetitively - to discourage the use of services that rival an Internet service provider's in-house offerings. NYT > Home Page
  • When I wrote, imprecisely, that domestic subsidies for agricultural commodities are equivalent to protective tariffs, I was groping at the notion that in both cases (1) domestic consumers/taxpayers pay a premium above the world price and (2) that foreign producers are discouraged from entering the domestic market. The Case for Free Trade, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • To say the word god in American public discourse is to conjure up a number of images and ideas that serve to undermine democracy in name of religious freedom. Rev. Osagyefo Uhuru Sekou: 'Gods, Gays and Guns' (EXCERPT)
  • It would be unforgivably discourteous not to come down to dinner. SANDS OF TIME
  • According to Lawrence Will, ‘floods and freezes, wild hogs and coons, muck fires, gnats and mosquitoes, slow transportation and greedy New York buyers, all these discouraged many.’
  • The contradictory demands of justifying and criticizing national prejudice can be seen in the everyday discourse of racism.
  • They also deprive Australian livestock of food by scouring the cultivated rangelands, which also facilitates erosion.
  • They are demeaning the quality of public discourse, and setting an appalling example to young people. Times, Sunday Times
  • Hurling supporters in neighbouring parishes are scouring local GAA officials in the hope of getting a ticket to the September 12 Final.
  • It completed her expression; it was as a very halo of Yankee saintship crowning the woman who in despite of poverty and every discouragement had always hated, to the very roots of her hair, anything like what she called a "sozzle;" who had always been screwed up and sharp set to hard work. A Summer in Leslie Goldthwaite's Life.
  • He knew some members of the congregation, including the president, grew restive during his discourse, and would have preferred a more oratorical, hortative style, but he felt his type of sermon was more in keeping with his basic function of teacher, implicit in the word "rabbi. Saturday the Rabbi Went Hungry
  • The exact particulars of the similarity never came to light, but apparently the lady had, in a fit of high-minded inadvertence, had gone through the ceremony of marriage with, one quotes the unpublished discourse of Mr. Butteridge — “a white-livered skunk,” and this zoological aberration did in some legal and vexatious manner mar her social happines. The War in the Air
  • But later, these things which some man has done because he loved you, and which you call foolish, will grow large in your life, and shine out strongly, and when you are discouraged and alone, you will take them out, and the memory of them will make you proud and happy. The Lion and the Unicorn
  • It would surely be progress if significant discourse on tolerance were incorporated into educational curricula, religious sermons, and public speech.
  • Learners at the advanced stage use their own creativity and seek delicate discriminations of meaning, stylistic niceties, subtleties of culture and discourse, and greater acquaintance with the language.
  • The number of individuals is infinite; the generic or specific nature of all being is a unit, or to be apprehended as one only thing; from this one conception we give the genuine measures of all existence, and therefore we affirm that a certain class of beings are rational and discoursive. Essays and Miscellanies
  • I believe very strongly in many of these ideas but they can be hard to communicate, especially when the discourse is peppered with terminology like "peri-urban," "phytoremediation," and "bioregional ecologies. Dave Snyder: The Good, the Bad and the Fungi on a Rooftop Farm
  • Many hospitals deliberately tried to avoid challenging or openly discouraging the parents' hopes and expectations for a perfect or near-perfect recovery.
  • People who lack the clarity, courage, or determination to follow their own dreams will often find ways to discourage yours. Live your truth and don't EVER stop! Steve Maraboli 
  • You'll have to scour out those old cooking pots before you use them.
  • Had A.C. M. recollected that tobacco (_Nicotiana_) is an American plant, he would hardly have asked whether "_tobacco_ is the word in the original" of the tradition mentioned by Sale in his _Preliminary Discourse_, § 5.p. 123. (4to. ed. Notes and Queries, Number 77, April 19, 1851 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc
  • The purpose of the arrests is to cause gangs to police themselves -- if every murder results in a torrent of arrests, gang leaders are more likely to discourage the use of violence to resolve personal disputes. Chicago Gang Violence: Police Chief Jody Weis Follows Through On Controversial Strategy
  • In her study of ufology, Jodi Dean comments that the discourse of ufologists claims to be reasonable, ‘but everyone else finds what they are saying incomprehensible.’
  • In the third chapter, I discourse upon the exercise of the CIS tactic and its merits.
  • OTOH I’ve always been fascinated by the massive blind spot in multiculti and PC discourse which refuses to acknowledge the oppressive and discriminatory elements in many non western cultures. Cheeseburger Gothic » Drop your bombs between the minarets, down Geneva way-ay-ay-aaayyy…
  • I will have scoured out of the country before he be three days aulder. Saint Ronan's Well
  • It is likely that in normal discourse, the context of the sentences will help to resolve these potential ambiguities.
  • No longer the torch-bearer of iconoclasm, the scourge of intellectual hypocrisy, I had become instead mere target practice for Banner Wavers Anonymous.
  • He missed a backhand crosscourt.
  • The Government began scouring the country for land that could be turned over to growing crops. The Sun
  • Bewildering indeed. Conspiracy theories have emerged faster than mushrooms in a damp Exmoor field. Some claim the shooting was a fiction, dreamed up to discourage trophy-hunters.
  • We focus on linguistic signals of discourse coherence, such as connectives (because, although) and referential expressions (anaphors, cataphors).
  • Political discourse, in this view, is full of manipulation, deception, and untruths whose object is political advantage.
  • We have introduced some basic components which would be required in a characterisation of the topic framework for any discourse fragment.
  • While potassium bromate has not been banned in the U.S., the FDA discourages bakers from using it -- and at least one state, California, has approved a warning-label requirement that has led many bread makers to abandon the additive. Five Controversial Food Additives
  • He could not however bridle his tongue -- he pronounced the word rascal with great emphasis; said he deserved to be hanged more than a highwayman, and wished he had the scourging him. Joseph Andrews, Volume 2
  • These are (1) the production in the blood of an antidote to the toxin or poison elaborated by the invading microbe -- an antitoxin, which chemically neutralises the toxin; (2) the production in the blood of the attacked animal of a "germicidal" poison which repels and kills the attacking microbes themselves (not merely neutralising their poisonous products); (3) the extermination of the intrusive, disease-producing microbes by a kind of police, which scour the blood channels and tissues and "eat up" -- actually engulf and digest -- the hostile intruders. More Science From an Easy Chair
  • The protests could "ruin the economy," he said, if the continued unrest discourages tourism and foreign investment. Syria's Sluggish Economy Adds to Regime's Troubles
  • Uncertainty in the euro area is also likely to damp demand for Central European goods and to discourage investment by Western European firms in the region, Mr. Kalisz said. Growth in Emerging Countries Slows Significantly
  • Scholars of nineteenth-century sentimentalism note the radical universalism underlying sentimental discourse as well as the broad values of political and social equality it assumes.
  • Medici_, published in 1642, and _Hydriotaphia; or, Urn Burial_, 1658, a discourse upon rites of burial and incremation, suggested by some Roman funeral urns, dug up in Norfolk. Brief History of English and American Literature
  • Special attention was given to large, complicated scripts used in chancelleries to discourage imitation or forgeries of important documents.
  • What factors are most likely to cause a pastor to be discouraged? Christianity Today
  • Its only scourge - heavy lorries - rumbling through its streets, polluting the environment and damaging historic buildings.
  • How the members of any pleasant evening-company might astonish or amuse each other by narrating together the contradictory views the same voluble discourser has unfolded to them successively during the passage of one hour! so easily we bend and conform, and deny God and ourselves, to gratify the guest we converse with. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 12, No. 74, December, 1863
  • It is a scourge to a sinful land; as once it was for the destruction of the whole world, so it is now often for the correction or discipline of some parts of it, by hindering seedness and harvest, raising the waters, and damaging the fruits. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume III (Job to Song of Solomon)
  • It should unite rather than divide, encourage rather than discourage.
  • Now environmentalists are discouraging the use of disposables.
  • Several sociolinguists have discussed the ethnography of cross cultural discourse conventions in the law court in the United States.
  • So while artists in 1860s Paris were discovering the beauty of Japanese "floating world" — or ukiyo-e — woodblock prints, many Japanese artists were heading to Yokohama, scouring European publications and creating their own genre of exotica: the Yokohama-e. How Japan Saw Us
  • Candidates should engage in serious political discourse.
  • Many of the insanities start in this fashion; and all such practices, instead of being encouraged, should be discouraged; and all experienced and intelligent students of psychical research warn those who "dabble" in the subject against the repeated and promiscuous indulgence in such practices -- because of the dangerous, even disastrous, effects upon the mind, in many instances. The Problems of Psychical Research Experiments and Theories in the Realm of the Supernormal
  • Nations. yep, it's pretty quaint stuff, couched in terms of newness and normalcy, of foreigness and familiarity. it describes the music as modern and "swingy" and yet timeless, as being of universal appeal - they belong to everyone - and yet "from a single nationality." i wonder whether the universalist rhetoric was meant to appeal to non-jews or simply to jews ambivalent about their jewishness? or am i simply being naive about midcentury, metropolitan jewishness? it is interesting to me also that, apparently, zionist discourse had not yet divorced the term palestinian from any association with jewish heritage. wayneandwax.com
  • The air filled with the strong scent of herbs being burned to discourage elemental spirits.
  • These should be just as discouraged as the cigarette packets. The Sun
  • Shake up your menu occasionally, and scour supermarket shelves for flavorful extras.
  • With new efforts to try to manage this killer disease it is important that nations begin tackling some of the problems that fuel the scourge.
  • If we raise this money now, we will be preventing future generations from suffering this age-old scourge.
  • If in this way we are to understand any thing of God's nature, we must by consequence understand so much of our own nature: that is, that it is a reasonable nature, that it is an intelligent nature, that it is a nature capable of improving itself in point of knowledge, by ratiocination and discourse; and even of knowledge concerning the highest and greatest, and first knowable, that is God and the very nature of God. The Whole Works of the Rev. John Howe, M.A. with a Memoir of the Author. Vol. VI.
  • In countries afflicted by epidemics and pandemics like malaria and tuberculosis, growth and development will be threatened until these scourges can be contained.
  • Here consequently was an inexhaustible subject of discourse. Pride and Prejudice
  • Moreover, such a requirement would discourage prosecutions for the aggravated offence and would exclude private prosecutions.
  • However, it's an interesting discourse on an unusual writing career.
  • They are a technically reliable threat of last resort to discourage a foe from pressing too hard or threatening national survival.
  • Time and again, Ike put up with the foibles, discourtesies, and downright arrogance of his official subor dinate, while at the same time insisting that his major decisions be carried out. General Ike
  • Discourse is thereby conceived as a ‘generative mechanism’ rather than as a self-referential sphere in which nothing of significance exists outside it.
  • And in terms of the last point that you made which is the possibility of fees for transactions that we want to discourage, that is one of the ideas that is going to be working its way through the process. CNN Transcript Jul 22, 2009
  • During the National Civic Virtues Month, all the cities should and banish disarray and discourtesy.
  • Digital technology comes to us heralded by a great deal of utopian ballyhoo, but in some surprising ways it discourages creativity.
  • Faced with technophobia, hyped techno-optimism, and Futurist discourses of progress that make us blind to the clumsy reality of computers, how do we think about and live with technology?
  • Devoted specifically to the scholarly, cross-disciplinary study of plagiary and related behaviors across the disciplines, articles in Plagiary address the issue of fraudulent contributions to disciplinary discourse communities and the potential (and actual) corruption of the professional literature and other genres of discourse as a result of such derivative and/or fraudulent "contributions" to discoursal interchange. November 2006
  • Luckily, Mary finds an unlikely champion in prickly Elizabeth Philpot, a recent exile from London, who also loves scouring the beaches. WEEKLY BOOK RELEASES FOR JANUARY 3RD | Open Society Book Club Discussions and Reviews
  • the overcritical teacher can discourage originality
  • However, efforts in the past year to stimulate angiogenesis in patients have been discouraging. The Scientist
  • Rumours of ballot-rigging discouraged many from voting.
  • I was a bit discouraged with the rest of the book after such a wonderful introduction.
  • In much discourse about the Middle East, there is a widespread myth that Jews are interlopers from Europe and the US - white westerners who came to 'colonise' and 'steal land' from the 'native' Palestinian people to whom it rightfully belongs. San Francisco Sentinel
  • Londonist scoured some of the weather sites and found the following predictions.
  • This is a strange sub-species of free indirect discourse. The Times Literary Supplement
  • It may be difficult to do at first. Don't let this discourage you.
  • They are the people fatigue and discouragement will take down first.
  • Nor do you, but at least mine has a logical explanation while yours merely relies on a fresh ladleful from the bottomless pit of bile that constitutes discourse from the right these days. Discourse.net: White House Puts its Media Skills to Work on Diplomacy
  • To morrow morning, in the fresh and gentle breath thereof, we will rise and walke to such places, as every one shall finde fittest for them, even as already this day we have done; untill due time shall summon us hither againe, to continue our discoursive The Decameron
  • Coming into reasoned discourse and proving that you are a fellow mouth-breather is tiring as it happens again and again. Discourse.net: Economist.com Does '7 Questions for Dan Froomkin'
  • An issuing bank should discourage any attempt by the applicant to include, as an integral part of the credit, copies of the underlying contract, pro forma invoice and the like.
  • Supper ended Pocahuntas was lodged in the gunner's roome, but Iapazeus and his wife desired to have some conference with their brother, which was onely to acquaint him by what stratagem they had betraied his prisoner as I have already related: after which discourse to sleepe they went, Pocahuntas nothing mistrusting this policy, who nevertheless being most possessed with feere, and desire of returne, was first up, and hastened Iapazeus to be gon. The Story of Pocahontas
  • In fact, practical discourse depends on contingent subject matter for its very existence. The Politics of Redress - crime, punishment and penal abolition
  • While his discourse is extreme and accusatory, his demeanor is equable and deliberate.
  • Similarly, no scribe in antiquity could have worked with such a typology, for every variation in the objects could never be registered in bureaucratic discourse.
  • The fourth estate, the press, self censors; antidefamation laws discourage citizens from speaking out. Macau's Anointed Leader
  • But it's not all downside - the prospect of big penalties discourages any company with a good reputation from entering to compete with us. Times, Sunday Times
  • Obama's dignified elevation of our national discourse through honesty, depth, and nuance was greeted by ratings-esurient tabloid news, race-baiting commentary, and rancorous replay of Wright -- ad nauseam. Shaun Jacob Halper: Beyond Jeremiah: A New Kind of Media for Obama's New Kind of Politics
  • This is their idea of a holiday and they've paid $1, 800 U.S. to scour these rocks for scat from raccoons, pygmy skunks, ocelots, coyotes and jaguars.
  • On the other hand, the war discourse about Malraux's own war experiences becomes the dominant discourse in his writing, thus making his writing highly unified in language and style.
  • Othello's account of the origins of the handkerchief, another example of this discoursal antithesis, combines, in a contrastive fugal pattern, domestic detail and the mystical sublime of an empowering love.
  • On narrative discourse, the existing classification dig out the profound implication imbedded in every genre.
  • However, what is apparent is the increasing discourtesy of some drivers.
  • By this time other drivers behind us were likewise being highly discourteous with horns and headlights, displaying negative opinions on his ill considered manoeuvre.
  • Recent linguistic work on characterisation has used the principles and analytical techniques of pragmatics and discourse analysis to considerable effect.
  • If the curtain is dirtier , usable dishcloth dips in the scour that leave cleans some of Wen Shuirong, hartshorn of usable also a few is brushed.
  • Thus, pronouns in discourse anaphora are not variables bound by their quantifier antecedents.
  • Marry, she can pluck a chick, and roll pastry, and use a bedstaff, and scour a floor, and sew, and the like. The White Rose of Langley A Story of the Olden Time
  • Hugh in mournful discourse with Edgar upon the nonappearance of Dr. Orkborne. Camilla
  • The levy of 30% on cattle exported on the hoof, on the other hand, is aimed at discouraging the export of live animals from the country.
  • The purifier, the scourer of thought; the hero of old; the banisher of the bath-ring of guilt. SPLITTING
  • The complexities of scheduling thousands of students for individual courses discourage change.
  • While Mortar was thus learnedly discoursing, Sel-quist herded his team over to a staircase, which was cut out of the rock wall and zig-zagged down the side of the cliff. The Doom Brigade
  • Banning drugs mainly promotes crime, so it would be better to legalise, control, tax and discourage them.
  • She was never discouraged in her enterprise.
  • But there is a great many discoursive structures, a lot of semantics and pragmatics, that are not learned until much later, even in monolinguals. languagehat.com: MULTILINGUAL KID.
  • We wanted very much to discourage people from porting their current applications over to the Macintosh.
  • Severing political discussion from decision and action, however, focuses the locus of Habermasian politics strictly on discussion and what he calls a discourse theory of democracy. LeverWealth
  • I tried to discourage him, but in the end he became a little bit of a nuisance, you know?
  • This complexity often discourages smaller firms from submitting tenders. Times, Sunday Times
  • The discourtesies extended to the collector by the newspapers were not only uncivil but also irrelevant.
  • Third, the move towards compulsory admissions to residential care should be discouraged in favour of voluntary and planned admissions.
  • They're even threatening to withhold new drugs to Canada unless the government negotiates a price that is high enough to discourage reimportation.
  • To what extent does this sequence correspond to a native speaker's processing of discourse?
  • This foundation supports pro-choice family planning causes and works to discourage nuclear proliferation.
  • Where fixed property became the chief form of livelihood, monogamy, rather than polygamy, came to predominate due to the need to limit heirs and to discourage divorce.
  • This must change if we are to tackle this scourge on our streets. The Sun
  • In light of the examples of occult texts offered above, occult discourse is the result of a rhetorical antinomy between a belief and an action.
  • With such discourse, and the intervening topics of business, the time passed until dinner, Macwheeble meanwhile promising to devise some mode of introducing Edward at the Duchran, where Rose at present resided, without risk of danger or suspicion; which seemed no very easy task, since the laird was a very zealous friend to government. Waverley
  • But surely my discourse is not of such repulse that I am deserving of their contempt.
  • The Atlanta Games will boast an "official" scouring pad and timepiece, two official game shows, and three official vehicles: a family car, an import minivan and a luxury sedan.
  • After the scourge of war came the scourge of disease.
  • Research also indicates that negative school experiences can discourage students from teaching careers.
  • The incessant hurry and trivial activity of daily life seem to prevent, or at least, discourage quiet and intensive thinking.
  • Collection costs are high and the disincentive effects are heavy - many of our taxes discourage productive economic activity.
  • This screen was placed there at the time she found herself obliged to take to her chamber; and in the depth of our concern, and the fulness of other discourse at our first interview, I had forgotten to apprize the Colonel of what he would probably see. Clarissa Harlowe
  • This internally inconsistent narrative derives its protean fluidity from the projection and reception of the multiplicity of the gendered and racialized discourses of her and our own time.
  • The passage from esoteric scientific theory into everyday discourse describes the prototype of objectification.
  • I could scour the trash cans!
  • Higher taxes are likely to discourage investment.
  • The purifier, the scourer of thought; the hero of old; the banisher of the bath-ring of guilt. SPLITTING
  • Taxes can be imposed either to raise funds for pollution control or to discourage over-use of nitrates, or both.
  • The idea has also entered the public discourse, influencing debates on school curriculums and standardised tests.
  • a campaign to discourage smoking among teenagers.
  • This could discourage people from driving ten miles to buy their groceries.
  • My guess is that the DCCC discouraged her from making the kind of strong, straightforward case on the issues she would have been good at and conned or bullied her into running a cagy, deceptive campaign. Opinion Roundup: Who Gets Credit, Rahm Or Netroots?
  • For seamen, special patterns of musket were introduced and the musketoon, or blunderbuss, became a shipboard weapon useful for discouraging both boarders and putative mutineers.
  • Don't let the complexities of the system discourage you from the entire idea.
  • All of them hope to discourage any critical examination of the real causes of the current situation.
  • Any compromise with this scourge of majoritarian roguery, or any delay in quashing and quelling it out of existence, would only destroy democracy.
  • Three pairs of US army shades turned on me, and a couple of American guns waggled discouragingly in my direction.
  • Cranberry juice is often recommended to acidify the urine and discourage development of stones.
  • Honourable friends, I remember a discourse sometime made unto me, concerning the Countrey of Persia, and a kind of custome there observed, not to be misliked in mine opinion. The Decameron
  • felt discouraged by the magnitude of the problem
  • And neither the feces of bobcats nor the urine of foxes, coyotes, and bobcats discouraged voles from attacking seedlings.
  • Political discourse, in this view, is full of manipulation, deception, and untruths whose object is political advantage.
  • Sexual discrimination is seen to be an important factor in discouraging women from careers in engineering.
  • Despite the discouraging times, activists continue to struggle on many fronts.
  • Smoking is discouraged among the students at some medical colleges.
  • Young’s evocation of reggae is not located in language or even a evoking of the discourse of reggae. Translation: Better Than Never Kissing At All : Kwame Dawes : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation
  • The host of the dinner party sent my wife a wonderful bouquet of flowers and a card apologising for the grave discourtesy of a fellow guest.
  • Effective work-life benefits encourage employees to work harder and discourage them from quitting their jobs, according to research by the Corporate Executive Board.
  • The degradation of public discourse, the spread of cynicism, makes our collective life less civilised.
  • I got out of the car and crunched across the snow, each breath of cold air scouring my lungs like steel wool.
  • Women are subject to this discourse both in the name of religion as well as in the name of age-old customs and traditions.
  • It sounded a little dry for my liking — I was kind of imagining the sort of intellectualist discourse that made the Mundane SF movement sound awfully stuffy, with their pshawing at pulp “follies”. Ethics and Enthusiasm
  • In isolating such groups for surveillance and regulation, the profession was drawing on changes within medical discourse.
  • He's supremely confident, though, of South Korea's ability to discourage any designs the North might have of risking another shooting war.
  • Even the old parliamentarians hailed the return of Charles, notwithstanding it was admitted that the protectorate was a vigorous administration; that law and order were enforced; that religious liberty was proclaimed; that the rights of conscience were respected; that literature and science were encouraged; that the morals of the people were purified; that the ordinances of religion were observed; that vice and folly were discouraged; that justice was ably administered; that peace and plenty were enjoyed; that prosperity attended the English arms abroad; and that the nation was as much respected abroad as it was prosperous at home. A Modern History, From the Time of Luther to the Fall of Napoleon For the Use of Schools and Colleges
  • Imperialism is a term often used as a rhetorical flourish and definitions vary especially in academic discourse and social discussion tracts.
  • Some of the goals of a non-epistemology are as follows: to free up the use of epistemological discourses; to refuse to submit them to the directions for use imposed by the putative synthesis of its objects; to transform the amphibolies of epistemology into particular objects without merely overturning oppositions.
  • They deliberately used Pali, the language of the common folk for their discourses, not Sanskrit.
  • First comes the long, learned or at least verisimilar discourse on the virtue of one item versus another, followed by effusive congratulations on the discernment and taste evident in the customer's choice. The Charms and Trials of Italian Shopping
  • I will then deal with the question of whether or not the requirements for practical discourse are compatible with criminal procedure. The Politics of Redress - crime, punishment and penal abolition
  • The survey results underscore the pervasiveness of academic dishonesty even as schools employ more sophisticated means to catch cheaters and take a tougher stance to discourage unethical behavior.
  • Events, as elements of the discourse, or rather the pre-discourse, are irruptive and specific, and essentially discontinuous.
  • Behring, however, who announced, in 1913, his production of a mixture of this kind, and subsequent work which modified and refined the mixture originally produced by Behring resulted in the modern methods of immunization which have largely banished diphtheria from the scourges of mankind. Emil von Behring - Biography
  • That led to corporation chiefs setting up a new task force to scour the rest of Africa for missing episodes. The Sun
  • He would discourage in both the householders and the celibate youths any lukewarmness in their spiritual struggles.
  • Instead the House adopted the gun lobby agenda that nothing should ever be done to "discourage" gun ownership and possession. Paul Helmke: U.S. House Acts Like City Council To Pass Dangerous Gun Lobby Bill
  • Starting in the '40s as a legman for Drew Pearson's Washington Merry-Go-Round column of gossip and scandal, Anderson had absolute faith in himself as a righteous scourge, even if he had to pay bribes and root through other people's garbage cans to get scoops. The dirty dance between Anderson and Nixon
  • Discourse anaphora in most cases refers to direct anaphora only, with little reference to indirect anaphora.
  • Most of the adjustments pastors have made to lessen the discouraging effect of sluggish attendance figures are internal. Christianity Today
  • This work exemplifies the analytical power of critical discourse analysis by illustrating how language is utilized as a tool for political ends.
  • By the time I finish my lunch, including that slice of cake I wasn't going to have, the two waiters under the table laden with the tempting mounds of sweets have finished scouring the baseboards.
  • Our imagination can be either helpful or discouraging when it begins to anticipate a course of action.
  • Major transformations within medical discourse provided the theoretical conditions for this perceived advance.
  • It also will discourage other members from seeking early diagnosis and the treatments that can prolong their lives.

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