Definition of Immediacy. Meaning of Immediacy. Synonyms of Immediacy

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Definition of Immediacy

Immediacy
Immediacy Im*me"di*a*cy, n. The relation of freedom from the interventionof a medium; immediateness. --Shak.

Meaning of Immediacy from wikipedia

- Immediacy may refer to: Immediacy, a concept in English law, see duress in English law Immediacy, a concept in vested interest (communication theory) Immediacy...
- Imperial immediacy (German: Reichsfreiheit or Reichsunmittelbarkeit) was a privileged constitutional and political status rooted in German feudal law...
- "Journal Citation Reports Contents -- Immediacy Index" ((online)). Clarivate Analytics. Retrieved 2012-07-09. The Immediacy Index is the average number of times...
- Immediacy is a philosophical concept related to time and temporal perspectives, both visual, cognitive. Considerations of immediacy reflect on how we...
- with a hand-held camera to produce a "sense of do****entary realism and immediacy".Although Barry Lyndon found a great audience in France, it was a box...
- Even if many 1950s sf films seem comic to us today, they register the immediacy of the nuclear threat for their original audiences.  Reid, Robin Anne...
- Queen or punk rock. I think the lure of punk rock was the energy and immediacy; the need to thrash stuff around. But at the same time, we're all suckers...
- christened them The Stray Gators, and began playing with them. Be****ing the immediacy of the project, Linda Ronstadt and James Taylor were brought in from the...
- working on them, but I find them useful. There's no substitute for the immediacy of drawing on a piece of paper, of course, but digital nautical nonsense...
- "and" in place of commas. This use of polysyndeton may serve to convey immediacy. Hemingway's polysyndetonic sentence—or in later works his use of subordinate...
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