Thus some scholars have asked whether Pandey’s eloquent article, Defense of the Fragment is anything more than a postmodern variant of what the Americans call or an eloquent plea to allow minorities and the underprivileged their rightful place in the political and social life of the nation. It is sometimes suggested that the avowed attachment to such terms as is a sign of postmodern excess, yet another endeavor to decentre the grand narratives none grander than the idea of the nation state bequeathed by modernity. Yet the customary languages by which we seek to designate the excluded or in the idiom of the day the subaltern classes scarcely convey the resonance that the term fragment does: around fragments lies the debris of much history.
First, through literature reviews, an overview of how chronic pain is expressed and the motivation for detecting it in physical rehabilitation is provided. Second, a fully labelled multimodal dataset containing high resolution multiple view face videos, head mounted and room audio signals, full body 3 D motion capture and electromyographic signals from back muscles is supplied. Natural unconstrained pain related facial expressions and body movement behaviours were elicited from people with chronic pain carrying out physical exercises.
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Lots of friendly chatter, dancing, drinking and even some discreet Juuling occurred. It was a fun night for the audience under Spafford’s elaborate, colorful and trippy lights setup. They make the kind of music that should be listened to in a smoke filled room that smells strongly of incense.
Despite the use of armed forces, however, it is in fact principally through legislation that the threat to terrorism has been sought to be minimized, not only in India but in other democracies as well. Democracies purportedly have an instrinsic relationship to the of law and legislation appears to be the most consistent and least oppressive of all the measures that democracies can employ to secure themselves against threats internal and external. But is legislation intrinsically democratic? The answer to that cannot be in the affirmative, for discrimination on one or more grounds has, until quite recently in most countries, including such democracies as the United States, received the blessings of the law.