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1. Interestingly, the disjuncture between artist and subject is matched by the litters'ownalienation from one another.
2. To a child, the disjuncture between weekends (loud, funny, exciting, scary) and weekdays (calm, efficient, mildly dull) was like an ongoing exercise in culture shock.
3. Appadurai, Arjun. " Disjuncture and Difference in the Global Political Economy. " In The Anthropology of Globalization.
4. In the dark hours after breakfast it was some way of controlling the monstrous disjuncture between his private and his public life.
5. Scene tumbles upon scene, without any sense of the disjuncture one so often feels in lesser writers.
6. Yet to date, between the deeper social springs and the political aims of the Arab revolt there has been an all but complete disjuncture.
7. 'I wouldn't think this is any evidence of a disjuncture between Blankfein and Goldman, ' said Prof. Richman, who isn't involved in the case.
8. This topology is intended to give you some notion of the location of the point of disjuncture and conjuncture, of union and frontier, that can be occupied only by the desire of the analyst.
9. Finally, the imagination of Saviki in imagined worlds also encourages new social movement and space reconstruction, and further induces disjuncture between reality and imagination.
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