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topo

Short for topographic map.

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Hence, the topos of Courland--Livland must be regarded not only as a variant of Russian provincial text but as a specific structure that was territorially perceived as one's own but mentally it continued existing as other--distant, at times obscure; this is proved by the majority of texts created at that time.
Claim: If X is similar to me, X and I should be treated the same way (Topos: justice): Witness 1: "We're all Canadians, aren't we?" (R.
Caso haja uma consolidacao firme de um topos em "largas pre-compreensoes sociais, constroi-se aqui uma premissa normativa para a conclusao retorica visada que propaga a solucao almejada--se houver um suporte fatico correspondente--com uma forca de conviccao perto da evidencia" (ESSER 1979, p.
Importantly, for Loar, even if the first gunshot topos is consistently represented by these authors in a colonial context, it is precisely the application of this form of sovereignty to the British polity that is at stake in these fictions that, "seeking something like a universal politics, collapse distinctions between the colonial periphery and home" (3-4).
Reconheceu o aplainamento Japi nos topos das serras e residuais esculpidos nos planaltos cristalinos paulistas, Serra do Mar, Planalto de Pocos de Caldas, Serra da Mantiqueira e centro-sul de Minas Gerais, de onde se prolonga em alinhamentos serranos que adentram Goias na regiao de Piracamjuba e Caldas Novas ate as partes centrais e norte do estado, pela Serra Negra e Chapada dos Veadeiros.
Thus, as in the case of the debates over the MX missile, the topoi are violated by one side, namely the Reagan Administration, by arguing for the topos advocated by proponents of disarmament.
Although each topos could be deemed as an individual algorithm-like element, various topoi also are interrelated, forming a part of the discourse landscape when considered together.
The Los Topos gang is reportedly known for using attractive women to lure wealthy male victims into attacks, and then robbing them.