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As it is located in the collective cultural wisdom of African people, a place to which scholars have been directed in order to conduct maximally efficacious science (Carruthers, 1996; Semaj, 1996), theoretical foundation in African personality theory advanced by the formational theories is quite basic.
Of those 199 errors, seventy- eight (39%) were formational, fifty-two (26%) were phonological, and thirteen (7%) were semantic in nature.
I have elsewhere, in a discussion on a separate geographical locale, called this process "reciprocity"--a reciprocal relationship between the formational diaspora and the home (Chowdhury, forthcoming).
Recently, some confusion about the naming of the Puente Formation has arisen by the assignment of the La Vida, Soquel, and Yorba members to the Monterey Formation and by the elevation of the Sycamore Canyon Member to formational rank (Dibblee 1995; 2001).
While for Marx, the appropriate introduction to Brumaire was the thesis that 'history always repeats itself, the first time as tragedy, the second time as farce', Williams saw any bourgeois 'failure'--whether of grand narrative or formational conscience--as necessarily tragic.
Good families teach the core social values of solidarity, interdependence, and responsibility as the formational stuff of everyday life.
UNOS decided to play in formational role only and create a site where individuals considering live donation or using an online registry can go to get all questions answered.
You cannot tear this live social way of being and its formational journey into component parts and expect it to live and move.
It appeals to the formational side as well as study skills, which make a lot of difference.
In other words, academic study, if it is good academic study, is formational--spiritually formational.
In her own contribution to the volume, co-editor Wandsnider suggests that because of difficulties in determining the spatial extent of "sites" as well as their temporal resolution, amongst other reasons, we should abandon regional settlement studies and adopt an approach based on the "complex formational nature of archaeological landscape deposits" (p.
Formational contacts, unconformities, faults, and folds have then been drawn upon these mosaics, and are revealed by clicking successive icons.