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Hybrid

A package of two or more different kinds of risk management instruments that are usually interactive.
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In this way, the 'radical hybridism' invites the reader--bilingual or not--into the Gibraltarian identity construction process of the 'us' and 'them', and the constant struggle of self-identification.
For this socio-spatial study, the hybridism between textual, visual, and oral allows a layered understanding of the world of 16 students who identify as racial and ethnic minorities with disabilities.
One can notice here a slight shift in Ortese's poetics, in which realism becomes intertwined with fantastic elements, hybridism, and allegories.
Since independence, Pakistan faced countless challenges, particularly cultural violence has manifold and faded off cultural hybridism. On one side, Pakistani culture portrays pluralism, while on other side it has stirred breaching of human rights.
Inap talks about prejudice being confounded by a "watering down" of differences, with intermarriage "breaking down prejudice" because of the inter-culturality and unique hybridism.
The Marian cult as an example of hybridism is also taken into account in this fourth chapter.
He also deals insightfully with the film's generic hybridism: it is part rockumentary, part road movie, part significant social drama.
The duality between traditional and modern, rural and urban, past and future, preservation and transformation, regional and universal and other ambivalences shall characterize Freyre's approach to hybridism or interpenetration of cultures contained both in the Manifesto (27) as in all of his works, as pointed out by many of his interpreters.
Both exhibited personalized rule of hybridism, party leaders acted and ruled like military dictators taking decisions whimsically.