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Argentinidad

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Kunkel, B. (2011). Argentinidad. n+1, 11, pp. 53-72

a speech or piece of writing that praises someone or something highly (plural: encomia). as the adjective encomiastic, means bestowing praise, eulogistic, laudatory

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Encomia to these neoliberalizing achievements were the stuff of virtually all Argentina coverage in the English-language business press of the ’90s.

—p.57 by Benjamin Kunkel
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Encomia to these neoliberalizing achievements were the stuff of virtually all Argentina coverage in the English-language business press of the ’90s.

—p.57 by Benjamin Kunkel
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1 year, 4 months ago

(verb) to renounce upon oath / (verb) to reject solemnly / (verb) to abstain from; avoid

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the country had abjured all available weapons for combating recession

—p.57 by Benjamin Kunkel
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the country had abjured all available weapons for combating recession

—p.57 by Benjamin Kunkel
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the highest point in the development of something; culmination or climax

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Three years earlier his second wife, Eva Perón, a former actress and an impassioned champion of the working class, had succumbed to cancer and been apotheosized as a martyr of the laboring poor.

—p.62 by Benjamin Kunkel
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1 year, 4 months ago

Three years earlier his second wife, Eva Perón, a former actress and an impassioned champion of the working class, had succumbed to cancer and been apotheosized as a martyr of the laboring poor.

—p.62 by Benjamin Kunkel
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1 year, 4 months ago

(noun) evasion of straightforward action or clear-cut statement; equivocation / (noun) desertion of a cause, position, party, or faith

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No doubt almost any consistent economic policy and stable form of government would have served Argentina better between World War II and the Falklands debacle than constant, bloody tergiversation

i can't believe this is a word holy shit

—p.64 by Benjamin Kunkel
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1 year, 4 months ago

No doubt almost any consistent economic policy and stable form of government would have served Argentina better between World War II and the Falklands debacle than constant, bloody tergiversation

i can't believe this is a word holy shit

—p.64 by Benjamin Kunkel
unknown
1 year, 4 months ago