Expressing Expressionism

Expression

Meanings and phrases

expression

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n.
  1. the feelings expressed on a person's face; look; aspect; facial expression; face
  2. expression without words; manifestation; reflection; reflexion
  3. the communication (in speech or writing) of your beliefs or opinions; verbal expression; verbalism
  4. a word or phrase that particular people use in particular situations; saying; locution
  5. a group of symbols that make a mathematical statement; formula
  6. the style of expressing yourself; formulation
  7. a group of words that form a constituent of a sentence and are considered as a single unit; construction; grammatical construction
  8. (genetics) the process of expressing a gene
  9. the act of forcing something out by squeezing or pressing

exponential expression

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n.
  1. a mathematical expression consisting of a constant (especially e) raised to some power

facial expression

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n.
  1. the feelings expressed on a person's face; expression; look; aspect; face
  2. a gesture executed with the facial muscles; facial gesture
E.g.
  • Even in facial expression, truth must always be represented.
  • The skull's facial expression changes to match Kuromi's mood.
  • He also published course books on perspective and facial expression.

gene expression

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n.
  1. conversion of the information encoded in a gene first into messenger RNA and then to a protein
E.g.
  • changes in gene expression, changes in motility behavior).
  • This prevents even low levels of inappropriate gene expression.
  • In fish, Hox gene expression regulates mechanisms for tooth initiation.

idiomatic expression

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n.
  1. an expression whose meanings cannot be inferred from the meanings of the words that make it up; idiom; phrasal idiom; set phrase; phrase

indirect expression

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n.
  1. an indirect way of expressing something; circumlocution

parenthetical expression

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n.
  1. an expression in parentheses; parenthetical

slang expression

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n.
  1. informal language consisting of words and expressions that are not considered appropriate for formal occasions; often vituperative or vulgar; slang; slang term

turn of expression

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n.
  1. a distinctive spoken or written expression; turn of phrase

verbal expression

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the communication (in speech or writing) of your beliefs or opinions; expression; verbalism

freedom of expression

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E.g.
  • Instead, there is freedom of expression and the right to assemble."
  • It acts in defence of the freedom of expression and of democratic values.
  • In the ICCPR, the right to freedom of expression is not an absolute right.

artistic expression

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E.g.
  • Food, in turn, would become a matter of artistic expression.
  • Another unique piece of artistic expression in Ann Arbor is the fairy doors.
  • This mechanism, according to Gleizes, is the foundation for artistic expression.

free expression

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E.g.
  • Although these attempts were thwarted, the artists continued their fight for free expression.
  • Each year, they issue a joint declaration calling attention to worldwide free expression concerns.
  • From 1970–1996, Ginsberg had a long-term affiliation with PEN American Center with efforts to defend free expression.

expression levels

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E.g.
  • Although, ncRNAs do affect gene expression levels by a variety of mechanisms.
  • Low expression levels of C15orf39 were found in the occipital lobe and PB-CD19+ B-cells.
  • A similar trend as seen in coding sequence evolution was seen with gene expression levels.

protein expression

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E.g.
  • It also plays a role in the analysis of gene and protein expression and regulation.
  • One of the microRNA modifications changes its gene and protein expression by destabilizing its mRNA.
  • The protein expression data is derived from antibody-based protein profiling using immunohistochemistry.

creative expression

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E.g.
  • The goal was to encourage the student to keep trying new avenues of creative expression.
  • NROOGD encourages creative expression, and these new writings serve to keep the Tradition alive.
  • It works with marginalised communities in UK, creating new platforms, on line and actual for creative expression.

regular expression

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E.g.
  • This NFA can be used to match strings against the regular expression.
  • Sometimes they make decisions based on matching a regular expression.
  • This is a form of backtracking, also done by some regular expression matchers.

musical expression

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E.g.
  • Their musical expression are rooted in African-American music, with a touch of funk and rock.
  • Theologian Frank Ruppert sees the quartet as a musical expression of Judaeo-Christian religious myths.
  • Country music has been a particularly popular form of musical expression among Indigenous Australians.

expression of genes

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E.g.
  • nuclear proteins that regulate the expression of genes.
  • The function of Whirly proteins is to regulate the expression of genes that aid defence.
  • This overcomes the effect of drugs that reduce the expression of genes involved in replication.

emotional expression

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E.g.
  • A Latin-inspired track, "Miami" lyrically talks about freedom and emotional expression.
  • Suler, in their study, highlighted several reasons for this extended emotional expression:
  • Some of these approaches encompass emotional expression, group and individual counselling, cultural rituals, social reconstruction and emotional reintegration.

gender expression

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E.g.
  • Sandra Bartky identified disturbances in body image, gender expression and power dynamics as manifestations of internalized sexism in women.
  • In August 2013 Scott sued BET and parent company Viacom for discrimination on the basis of gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation.
  • Ninja is a central figure in scholarship in LGBTQ studies, gender studies, and performance studies for his nonconforming and transgressive gender expression as an artist.

means of expression

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E.g.
  • However, in 1975, he found his own means of expression in representing the Vodou "lwa"..
  • The colonial philosophy of manifest destiny led Western scholars to believe that they had a more civilized, valuable means of expression.
  • Anderson points out that this concept emphasizes the importance of the means of expression, which at the same time are means of perception of any design ideas.

form of expression

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E.g.
  • Many sex-positive feminists see BDSM as a valid form of expression of female sexuality.
  • Yet, Lessig reiterates, the remix form of expression cannot be killed, only criminalized.
  • It functions as a medium of local history and folklore and is therefore a cherished cultural form of expression that is part of the curriculum in BVI schools.

forms of expression

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E.g.
  • The study showed that stories and creative forms of expression increase growth following bereavement.
  • They communicated through writing, according to each of their different writing styles and forms of expression.
  • It is often used as a synonym of semantics (the study of the meaning of words, phrases, and longer forms of expression).

expression through

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E.g.
  • One proposal is that antisense RNAs are involved in regulating gene expression through RNA-RNA base pairing.
  • In an interview with Zinta Lundborg of Bloomberg (2011), Shen Wei stated, "Dancers should show expression through their body movement.
  • From these the eye, and especially the trained eye derives its pleasure and all artistic emotion must find its expression through these means.'

expression patterns

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E.g.
  • Many cadherins in the CNS exhibit distinct spatial and temporal expression patterns.
  • Accordingly, expression patterns have indicated "tcdC" as a possible negative regulator of toxin production.
  • A key finding showed that the typical mammalian promoter contains multiple TSSs with differing expression patterns across samples.

found expression

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E.g.
  • Mukhina's connections theater found expression in the fine arts.
  • His loneliness and brilliance found expression in "Door Ka Rahi" and "Door Vadiyon Mein Kahin".
  • His multi-sided personality also found expression in his participation in the organisation of the Hindu Mahasabha.

increased expression

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E.g.
  • There is an increased expression of C19orf44 in a developing fetus.
  • There does seem to be increased expression in the blood and thymus, but the evidence for this is somewhat contradictory.
  • An increased expression of FOXC2 in adipocytes can increase the amount of brown adipose tissue leading to lower weight and an increased sensitivity to insulin.

cultural expression

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E.g.
  • The Mughal period saw the zenith of Persian cultural expression in Bengal.
  • The Ministry is politically responsible for education and promoting and protecting cultural expression.
  • During this time, they also curated a monthly night of cultural expression in urban Berlin known as "Satisfactory Factory".
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