Author: Antjie Krog
Publisher: Seven Stories Press
ISBN: 1609804643
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This volume was written during the height of apartheid and the poet chose Lady Anne as representative of the colonial vision. Part Three contains extracts from several speakers who lived in the land before the likes of lady Anne arrived.

Translation Studies In Africa

Author: Judith Inggs
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1441167609
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Frances Vosloo Chapter Outline Introduction 44 Intertextuality in A Change of
Tongue 46 Anzaldúa contextualized 49 Translation and changing one's tongue
53 Concluding remarks 57 Notes 60 References 61 Introduction In her book A
Change of Tongue (2003) Antjie Krog devotes a section to translation, called 'A
Translation'. This section is introduced to the reader through five intertexts, all of
which directly (or indirectly) relate to the concept of translation; all of which serve
as ...

Ayurvedic Tongue Diagnosis

Author: Walter 'shantree' Kacera
Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass Publishe
ISBN: 9788120832312
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Combining foods improperly can produce indigestion, fermentation, putrefaction
and gas formation. This condition, if prolonged, can lead to toxemia and disease
complex. For example, eating bananas with a protein food can diminish Agni and
change the intestinal flora, producing toxins and possibly causing sinus
congestion, cold, cough and allergies. Ayurveda emphasizes that food should not
be improperly combined because of early observations that certain combinations
of foods ...

The Oxford Handbook Of Historical Phonology

Author: Patrick Honeybone
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0191643645
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The first two changes operating over non-high non-front vowels can be
understood as removing the contrasting nature of the Tongue Root dimension.
The change of /o/ to /a/ can be understood as a dimension-filling rule which
inserts Tongue Root onto any unmarked vowel. In the system in (6), /o/is the
unmarked vowel and the addition of Tongue Root lowers it to /a/. Given this view
of /o/> /a/ we can then understand the mirror change of /aː/ to /oː/ as the
reanalysis of the presence of ...

Automated Biometrics

Author: David Zhang
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780792378563
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The small varicose vein, dilatation of small artery, bleeding and color change has
been studied. The blood stasis in liver cancer, hepatocirrhosis, coronary heart
diseases, diabetes mellitus and irregular menstruation was more obviously
shown in the sign of palate mucous membrane. Its value was equal to that of
bluish purple tongue and vessels below tongue. Experimental studies showed
that the sign of palate mucous membrane was related to micro-circulatory

The New Spelling Dictionary Teaching To Write And Pronounce The English Tongue To Which Is Prefixed A Grammatical Introduction A New Edition Revised Corrected And Enlarged Throughout To Which Is Added A Catalogue Of Words Of Similar Sounds By William Crakelt

Author: John ENTICK
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Tran'siquil, a. peacesul, undislutbed, quiet, easy Traoquil'lity,s. peace os mind,
quiet, calmness Tran"quillize,-u. a. to make calm, peaceful, &cTransact, o. a. to
manage, negotiate, perform, do Transac'tion,s, a management, negotiation, act
Transanimition,]l a changing of'the soul [yond TranscEnd,-v. to surpass, excel,rise
above, go beTranstend'enc:orTranscend'kncydlexcellence Transcend'ent,par1. a,
very excellent, surpassing Transccndent'al, a. general, surpassing, difficult ...

Pattern Recognition

Author: Sankar K. Pal
Publisher: World Scientific
ISBN: 9810246846
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B : To distinguish the nature of disease: Evils of different nature will produce
different types of change in tongue. An absence of prickle on tongue surface
together with a white and moist coating, or a bluishblack tongue without prickle, is
due to cold evil. On the other hand, a red and dry tongue with yellow coating, or a
red prickle tongue with yellow, thick and greasy coating, is due to warm or heat
evil. A greasy or putrid coating indicates food retention. Blue maculae or spots on
the ...