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Referencing theorist Fredric Jameson's framework, film critic Linda Williams refers to documentaries that seek only to reveal the past as supporting the notion of an “ intensified nostalgia for a past that is already lost .” Conversely, " The Thin Blue Line " suggests Adams ' innocence by clouding a previously established history.
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Referencing Sonia's foray into lesbianism in 2005, TV critic Grace Dent branded the character " the worst lesbian ever ", adding, " The only lesbians with less lesbian tendencies than you are the women on the front cover of the Horny Triple-X Lesbian Specials which they keep at eye level by the sweets in my corner shop.
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Referencing the election, Ford said, " I am fully conscious that I am not the unanimous choice of this assembly but I do say to every member of this house, that we have a duty together to provide leadership and if we didn't know that before, we sadly had a reminder of it at half past twelve this morning.
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Referencing his family's financial need after his many years of public service, he left the court in 1884 to become general counsel for the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.
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Referencing Leon Hirszman's Garota de Ipanema, de Andrade praised Hirszman for using " a popular stereotype to establish contact with the masses, while at the same time ... demystif that very stereotype ".
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Referencing memory by an address and an offset is represented directly in computer hardware on virtually all computer architectures, so this design detail in C makes compilation easier, at the cost of some human factors.
Referencing his overall view that education should not focus merely on the memorization of facts, Bruner wrote in Process of Education that ' knowing how something is put together is worth a thousand facts about it.
Referencing Ergun and Emir Caner's book Unveiling Islam, Vines said that " Allah is not Jehovah … Jehovah's not going to turn you into a terrorist that'll try to bomb people and take the lives of thousands and thousands of people ," and that " Christianity was founded by the virgin-born Jesus Christ " while " Islam was founded by Muhammad, a demon-possessed pedophile who had 12 wives, and his last one was a 9-year-old girl.
Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing, or TIGER, or TIGER / Line is a format used by the United States Census Bureau to describe land attributes such as roads, buildings, rivers, and lakes, as well as areas such as census tracts.
Referencing a Gladwell reporting mistake, Pinker criticizes his lack of expertise: " I will call this the Igon Value Problem: when a writer ’ s education on a topic consists in interviewing an expert, he is apt to offer generalizations that are banal, obtuse or flat wrong.
Referencing this local history in the 1970s, local newspaper columnist Steve Otto planted the idea that if New York City is the " Big Apple ", then Tampa must be the " Big Guava ".
Referencing Lawrence v. Texas and Stanley v. Georgia the defense argued there is a fundamental right to sexual privacy which includes the right to possess and view sexually explicit material in one's own home.
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Referencing Soviet General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev's refusal to remove the Berlin Wall, the speech, delivered by Reagan at the Brandenburg Gate in West Berlin on 12 June 1987, contained the sentence: " Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!
* Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing ( TIGER ), a mapping format used by the United States Census Bureau
Referencing primary sources such as correspondences, Kuhr concludes that Dreschel and Storch left Wittenberg before January 1 and Stübner by January 6.
Referencing The Thirteenth Tribe, the study's authors note that " Some authors argue that after the fall of their kingdom in the second half of the 10th century CE, the Khazar converts were absorbed by the emerging Ashkenazi Jewish community in Eastern Europe.
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Referencing the work of sociologists and anthropologists such as Émile Durkheim and Margaret Mead, he also used the book as a vehicle to present his theory that illness was culturally relative.
Referencing Staley's guest-singing appearance with Tool on the song " Opiate ", the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reported, " At KISW-FM's ' Rockstock ' concert at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds in Bremerton in May 1994 — just a month after the death of Kurt Cobain — Staley made a surprise appearance.
Referencing the Bible 2 Kings 2: 11 and in many other instances where a flying craft or angels with wings are described, Fard convinced His followers that God has always had and used superior technological power and flying vehicles.
Referencing the success of these programs, Nixon promoted these acts to increase employment and to support his newly proposed Economic Stabilization Act.
Referencing the Siege of Constantinople of 860, Photius informs the Oriental patriarchs and bishops that, after the Bulgarians turned to Christ in 863, the Rus ' followed suit.
Referencing a naval tradition in a pre-launch news conference he had said: " For thousands of years, humans have been going to sea in ships.
The Census Bureau replaced the data format with Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing ( TIGER ) in 1990.
" Referencing the contestant elimination process on the show Survivor, Kimmel responded, " As long as you have your immunity idol, I think you're safe.
Referencing accounts from the Bureau of Economic Analysis and the voting record, it can be seen that US government spending typically declines as a percentage of GDP when no party controls both the executive and legislative branches.
Referencing John Hughes films, she describes herself in high school as " a cross between the jock and the antisocial girl.
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Postmodern theorist Fredric Jameson calls it " a kind of hyped-up name-dropping ... an encyclopaedic familiarity with the fashions ... class status as a matter of knowing the score rather than of having money and power ".
In Postmodernism, or, the Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism ( 1991 ), the Marxist theorist Fredric Jameson linked the reification of information and knowledge to the post-modern distinction between authentic knowledge ( experience ) and counterfeit knowledge ( vicarious experience ), which usually is acquired through the mass communications media.
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The early 20th-century music theorist Heinrich Schenker ( 1868 – 1935 ) was responsible for developing both the conceptual framework for prolongation and a means of analyzing music in terms of prolonged musical structures ( called Schenkerian analysis ).
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David Abelevich Kaufman () ( 2 January 1896 – 12 February 1954 ) — better known by his pseudonym Dziga Vertov, or Vertof (, " spinning top ") — was a Soviet pioneer documentary film, newsreel director and cinema theorist.
In the years after World War II, the French film critic and theorist André Bazin reacted against this approach to the cinema, arguing that film's essence lay in its ability to mechanically reproduce reality, not in its difference from reality.
Jeanne Hall, a film theorist, agrees with the use of horror films in easing the process of understanding issues by making use of their optical elements.
Lev Vladimirovich Kuleshov (; – 29 March 1970 ) was a Soviet filmmaker and film theorist who taught at and helped establish the world's first film school, the Moscow Film School.
Kuleshov may well be the very first film theorist as he was a leader in Soviet montage theory — developing his theories of editing before those of Sergei Eisenstein ( briefly a student of Kuleshov ) and Vsevolod Pudovkin.
Cinema and media theorist Vivian Sobchack examines the dialogue between science fiction film and the technological imagination.
Sergei Mikhailovich Eisenstein ( 23 January 1898 – 11 February 1948 ), né Eizenshtein, was a pioneering Soviet Russian film director and film theorist, often considered to be the " Father of Montage ".
In 2009, the American literary theorist and legal scholar Stanley Fish named the film as among the ten best American films ever.
Funded by the BFI and produced by film theorist Colin MacCabe, Caravaggio became Jarman's most famous film, and marked the beginning of a new phase in Jarman's filmmaking career: from now on all his films would be partly funded by television companies, often receiving their most prominent exhibition in TV screenings.
Tomlinson M. Holman ( born 1946 ) is an American film theorist, audio engineer, and inventor of film technologies, notably the Lucasfilm THX sound system.
Cultural theorist Scott Bukatman has proposed that science fiction film allows contemporary culture to witness an expression of the sublime, be it through exaggerated scale, apocalypse or transcendence.
Film theorist Vivian Sobchack argues that science fiction films differ from fantasy films in that while science fiction film seeks to achieve our belief in the images we are viewing, fantasy film instead attempts to suspend our disbelief.
( 1980 ) is the subject of and also is the title of an avant-garde documentary written and directed by feminist film theorist Laura Mulvey and noted semiologist Peter Wollen.
André Bazin ( 18 April 1918 – 11 November 1958 ) was a renowned and influential French film critic and film theorist.
Libertarian theorist Murray Rothbard argued that the film was " not so much pro-war as it is anti-State.