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When she announces, at her crucial first introduction in the play, “But this I am
positive, till the World is weary of me, I shall never be weary of the World” (I i), she
demonstrates the attractiveness of women who are free to have a role in the
world …
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I will, as an humble servant, owe my life, my fortune, and all that is in me ; but this
place is not fit for me, for she which governs the world is weary of me, and I of the
world. I must commend my faith to be judged by Him who judgeth all hearts, …
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As you say, it is possible when I can enjoy it no longer, I may; nay, I do not care if I
promise you when I grow old and ugly, I'll come and keep you Company: But this
I am positive, till the World is weary of me, I never shall be weary of the World.
,
And+I+am+weary+of+it And+I+am+weary+of+it
Kandahar is full of merchants and hillmen and I am weary of it.” “Would the shah's
nobles hunt in winter?” I made response. “Yea, if the whim came to them.” I told
her I had passed only one camp, at a distance, where I had seen Persian Red …
And the death-in-battle that finally consummates his long courtship of sorrow and
annihilation is not so much a 'last redeeming act of will', as a reflex of desperation
('Patience is stale, and I am weary of it' — v. v. 103): it is 'proud and ignorant …
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The devil take Henry of Lancaster and thee! Patience is stale, and I am weary of it
. [Beats the keeper. KEEPER. Help, help, help I Enter sir pierce of kxton and
servants, arm'd. KING RICHARD. How now! what means death in this rude
assault?
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It is ugly and cold here, and I am weary of it." She broke off in a sudden fit of
sobbing. He took her face gently in his hands, and held it up to him. It was he,
now, who was to play the part of consoler. "Margharita, I am a lonely old man
whose life …
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I have made a bad bargain with life, and I am weary of it— weary" (421,401).
Here and elsewhere, it is difficult to sustain interpretations of Hardy's work by
focusing only on the cruelty of others or Nature. In a detailed reading of The Life
and …
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K. Rich. Taste of it first, as thou art wont to do. Keep My lord, I dare not: sir Pierce
of Exton, who Lately came from the king, commands the contrary. K. Rich.t;I1'he!
devil take Henry of Lancaster, and ee Patience is stale, and I am weary of it
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.
— CHARLES D’ORLÉANS

Jeff
Koons had just got up
from+his+chair from+his+chair from+his+chair from+his+chair from+his+chair
Papers in Honour of T. Neville Postlethwaite to Mark the Occasion of His
Retirement from His Chair in Comparative Education at the University of
Hamburg Wilfried Bos, Rainer H. Lehmann. To mark the retirement of our
distinguished …
from+his+chair from+his+chair from+his+chair
Cramer's exclamation, ' Cela m'ennuie/ worked like a thunderclap on the easily
excited Kiesewetter; he sprang indignantly from his chair, and we subsequently
had a deal of trouble and worry to reconcile the two." There were large numbers
of …
He stumbled up from his chair as his unwelcome visitor came closer, his leg
aching with a vengeance. 'What do you want?' he managed to croak. The face
came into the light. It was none other than Mauthis, from the banking house of
Valint …
One night Venuti conspired with a musician in the second row, and when Alonge
stood up and laid down his violin, it was quickly removed from his chair and
replaced with a large wooden cigar box. Venuti then said loudly, “Aw, siddown, …
Poor Joseph could hardly rise from his chair; the parson was employed in wiping
the blood from his eyes, which had entirely blinded him; and the landlord was but
just beginning to stir; whilst Mrs. Slipslop, holding down the landlady's face with …
from+his+chair
Hunter slipped from his chair and dropped to his knees. Lifting up his recently
vacated seat, he examined the crisscross supports on the bottom and the steel
beam-like legs. "Fundamental, yet still pretty." He grinned. "Now both Karen and I
can …
from+his+chair
Yagarrish, drive out Yamm. Drive out Yamm from his chair. Nahar from the throne
of his sovereignty. May you leap from the hand of Baal, Like a bird of prey from
his fingers. Hit the shoulder of Prince Yamm, Between the hands of Judge River.
He rose from his chair, walked behind Harrington, and closed the office door
before returning to his desk. “I need you up there as the Snow King, Bill.” The
almost pleading tone to O'Neill's voice and sudden informality caught Harrington
totally …
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Michael laughed heartily, rose from his chair and walked to where Tony was
seated, placed a comforting hand on his … Tony rose from his chair and went
over to the black leather couch on which he'd lain many times as he told Michael
about …
He wasn't moved from his chair for two and a half days. The first day we
respected his wish not to be hoisted for pressure relief as he was in control of his
care and said he was tired and wanted to rest. The second day it would have
been totally …
from+his+chair
But,' said Barde, rising from his chair again, 'I must give Vixen her supper too,
confound her! though she'll do nothing with it but nourish those unnecessary
babbies. That's the way with these women, they've got no head-pieces to nourish,
and …
from+his+chair
Like nothing we have experienced before." Martin grunted. He and Mac? What
did that mean? Mac had touched her at the table this morning, and Martin had
burst from his chair. Would her presence in this house cause a family squabble?
from+his+chair
… thinking it his duty to show his respect and good intentions. Although Fyodor
Pavlovitch was taken unawares, he was equal to the occasion. In response to
Dmitri's bow he jumped up from his chair and made his son a bow as low in
return.
from+his+chair
Buff lunged from his chair with a roar as Porthos leapt onto the control panel and
danced across the buttons. Without any warning the gravity system went haywire
and everyone floated into the air, moving like a slow-motion vid. The doctor and …
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He had risen from his chair and saluted the Colonel with marked respect.
Although he did not like his moral ways, he valued him highly for his professional
ability and courage, and was proud to have him in command of a Baratarian
regiment.
,
enthusiastically throwing his arms out
… Touching yourself: Hugs, strokes, and more ..................................129 Placing
objects in front of yourself..................................................130 Giving the cold
shoulder...................................................................131 Conveying Friendliness and …
As soon as the first swarm comes forth, and while the bees are in the air, the
queen, if clipped, is found in front of the … The queen in her cage is placed in
front of the entrance, and the old hive is next carried to an entirely new location.
First, when several windows are open, the darkened title bar, window name, mini
-icon, and colored left-corner buttons tell you which window is active (in front); in
background windows, these elements ap- pear dimmed and colorless. Second …
This indicates that the number in front is to be multiplied by ten 26 times to get the
actual number. Because multiplication … By convention the number out in front is
usually written so that it has a value between 1 and 10. You should check that …
Straight pants are usually considered more attractive when they are about 3⁄4 in.
shorter in front than in back. If the front is long enough to cover part of the instep
at the side, the front crease will probably have a break. Although this is …
PowerPoint: A means of creating computer presentations to give in front of
audiences. A PowerPoint file is a presentation, or sometimes a slide show (see
Book IV). ✦ Excel: A number cruncher for performing numerical analyses. An
Excel file …
James A. Bardi. Chapter 13 Promoting In-House Sales □ The figures in the sales
budget for the example Planning a Point-of-sale Front Office are updated.
Chapter 14 Security □ The effects of international terrorism on hotel security are …
in+front
You won't have experienced the depth of London's culture without spending at
least one night in front of one of its stages. You can also experience unique
performances at Shakespeare's Globe (p. 296), a faithful re-creation of an
Elizabethan …
Hold your hands loosely in front of your face. Quickly open your fingers and
thumbs to the catch position until you cannot stretch them any farther, and then
close your hands. Open and close both hands quickly 10 times, then each hand …
… points are in front of which 530 21.10 Closure 531 22 Degenerate
Configurations 533 22. 1 Camera resectioning 533 22.2 Contents ix.
The general rule is that pirouettes en debars finish with the working leg in back;
pirouettes en dedans, in front. Like all rules this one has its exceptions: when
pirouettes en dehors are executed in a series, the closing occurs in 5th position
front …
[afoot = PC] ii Suddenly I felt a fool pushing in front of me on the platform. [afoot =
Od] The obvious meaning of [i] involves just me, feeling foolish alone on the
platform; but [ii] refers to two people: me, and the fool I could feel pushing in front
of …
Prefix Each Line of the Original Message: Copies the original text and indents it,
putting a little character in front of the text. Your reply is automatically made blue
to further distinguish it from the original text. If you choose this option, in the Prefix …
Sometimes it was open in front with or without loose fastenings. 2. The Frock: that
is to say, a dress with bodice and skirt in one, the bodice fastening behind by
buttons or strings, or, at the close of the epoch, by hooks and eyes. Of the frock …
She's even known to frequently appear in front of the camera herself. Sammarco
is a regular on the lecture circuit, providing both tips and techniques, and she
freelances nationwide, performing makeup and hairstyling looks and
consultations.
in+front
Search and delivery missions used to occupy almost 90 percent of HIM jobs at
Kaiser Permanente-Colorado. Couriers delivered 25,000 paper medical records
daily across a 100-square-mile service area. With the implementation of Kaiser's …
of+him
… when a gamin, on seeing the hideous Dautin die bravely, uttered these words
which contain a future: "I was jealous of him." In the brotherhood of gamins
Voltaire is not known, but Papavoine is. "Politicians" are confused with assassins
in the …
of+him of+him
In January 2000, 82% of Democrats had a favorable view of Gore and less than 1
% had never heard of him. Despite the enormous publicity accorded Dean in
recent months, a third of Democrats say they still don't know enough about him to …
of+him
miss, encounter or escape; tragic Destiny is what the man brings, and the world
will demand of him. That is his Fate.51 Both tragedy and comedy deal with
destiny, but destiny viewed "as a future shaped essentially in advance and only …
Those who are at variance concerning him surely are in doubt regarding him;
they have no knowledge of him, except the following of surmise; and they slew
him not of a certainty - no indeed; God raised him up to Him: God is All-mighty.
… they esteemed him as a prophet. 6 But on Herod's birthday, the daughter of
Herodias danced before them: and pleased Herod. 7 Whereupon he promised
with an oath, to give her whatsoever she would ask of him. 8 But she being
instructed …
As the Shaykh remarks, "Everything in engendered existence is a sign of Him" (IV
411.20). "All possible things are signs" (III 492.11). Those who grasp the
significance of the signs "see that everything other than God is a locus for the flow
of the …
of+him of+him
… was in a certain particular way to have tampered with her spring; by which I
mean that the shame and the irritation and the depression, the general
poisonous influence of him, were to have been shown, with a truth beyond the
compass even …
… the Apologetic of Augustine can be no mere rehabilitation of the somewhat
threadbare, if not effete, arguments of Justin and Tertullian.7 In fact, as Augustine
considered what was required of him—to expound the Christian faith, and justify
it …
of+him
Idem 2006, But it is of him mikel scape: I wot bat he bes ded ful rabe. | 13. . Curs.
M. 1175, 'Nai', said our louerd, 'it bets not sua, All bat be sees, sal be not sla'. |
Idem 2965, Blissed bijs your tabernacle (v. r. sal be). | Idem 3762, Mi hert bes …
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Now have I paid my vow unto his soul; For every drop of blood was drawn from
him, There hath at least five Frenchmen died to-night. And that hereafter ages
may behold What ruin happen'd in revenge of him, Within their chiefest temple I'll …
It was part of him elaborate chivalry and she though harsh and crude should
never cease to receive from him this respect. He knew she must suffer but what
could he do. They were man and wife, their minds and natures were separated
by …
.
boy sitting opposite him was his enemy. The boy sitting opposite him was called
Tigo, and he wore a green silk jacket with an orange stripe on each sleeve. The
jacket told Dave that Tigo was his enemy. The jacket shrieked, “Enemy, enemy!
The golden lyre on my collar must have told him that a military bandsman was
sitting opposite him. The penetrating look to which he subjected me went on and
on, and was — or so it seemed — mocking, hostile, challenging. I thought: should …
Hetero-sexual charms neither excited L., nor did they give him any satisfaction.
Only when 15 had he had a few dreams, with lustful feeling, about a girl of
voluptuous figure sitting opposite him on a sofa. At the theatre he admired only
the art of …
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… two sitting opposite him had a trim mustache and was dressed in a gray
Piercing the Veil ✠ 75.
Sitting in front of the mock but realistic-looking coal fire, he thought how
miserable it was to be alone and how desperately he missed Ella, who should be
sitting opposite him, telling him about her day and talking about their coming
wedding …
Alfredo was travelling to Eastbourne with his dinner jacket in his overnight bag.
He would be playing 'Happy Birthday' and similar requests at the best hotel in
Eastbourne that night. He thought the old man sitting opposite him was yellow.
Punditji looked at the photographs for a few seconds and then looked at the
persons sitting opposite him. All of them were sitting like fools. They had no
expressions on their faces. Punditji started saying. “This is the hand of a person
whose …
A nervous young man, a clerk in a law court, sitting opposite him, hated him for
that look. The young man asked him for a light, and entered into conversation
with him, and even pushed against him, to make him feel that he was not a thing,
but …
Suddenly he sensed that the person sitting opposite him was eying him with cold,
amused curiosity, so he dropped the subject quickly and chose instead to tell
Yoel that he had worked for two years when he was young as a qualified TV …
Sitting+opposite+him
A moment of nightmare clarity: there was still a woman sitting opposite him. What
he could no longer understand was how he could ever have mistaken her for
Rosie. She was older than Rosie for a start, her blueblack hair streaked here and …
He remembered the night before he left his mother's house in Queens; his father
no longer sitting opposite him at the kitchen table, he had asked her if she had
made any soup, and she had said, “I'm too tired to make soup anymore. Let your …
Sitting opposite him could she not see, as in an Xray photograph, the ribs and
thigh bones of the young man's desire to impress himself lying dark in the mist of
his flesh – that thick mist which convention had laid over his burning desire to …
Gary was in the opposite corner from Rob, tidied away against the back wall, with
Rose sitting opposite him and Amie seated on his left. Luckily, with his chair now
lowered, he was not risking accidental eye contact with either of his table mates …
His brother had been murdered not too long ago by relatives of the young man
sitting opposite him. He had Ricky Williams in his offices in Ilford offering him
protection at a reduced rate and not one of his brothers-in-law were available to
aim …
Matty quickly realized that he and the man sitting opposite him had nothing in
common. He looked bored. Then it hit him. Eli's tone was distant, like that of the
yeshiva president on those rare occasions he addressed the students. That
meant …
Sitting opposite him would she not see, as in an X-ray photography, the ribs and
thigh bones of the young man"s desire to express himself lying dark in the mist of
his flesh - that thin mist which convention had laid over his buming desire to …
Das Eindringen in das Innere anderer wird gelegentlich sogar ausdrücklich
festgestellt. Über Lily Briscoe heißt es z.B.: "Sitting opposite him [Charles Tansley
] could she not see, as in an X-ray photograph, the ribs and thigh bones of the
young …
Sitting+opposite+him
Not realising whatit wasall abouthe returned to his seat whenhe noticed anold
fakir sitting opposite him. "Very strange," Kadam told himself, "there was no one
sitting opposite me a moment before butnowhereisan old fakir materialising as …
Then Mark gradually became aware of the odour which emanated from the little
man sitting opposite him. Mark tried to analyse the smell. He eventually decided
that methylated spirits, mixed with dirt and sweat, would emit a similar aroma.
… that a group of students wrote. Outside a bistro in Paris last spring, when there
were no people watching, a man who was smoking a cigarette tenderly and
lovingly kissed the woman sitting opposite him, while his dog watched
approvingly.
And there she was, sitting opposite him, a bewitching mystery for him to solve.
And she WANTED to be solved! He could see it in her eyes, and in the little
beating throb at her throat. She was fighting, with him, to find a way; a way to tell
him …
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Alexei Alexandrovich cleared his throat, and, without looking at his opponent, but
selecting, as he always did while he was delivering his speeches, the first person
sitting opposite him, an inoffensive little old man, who never had an opinion of …
And then she saw her mother sitting opposite him. She almost hadn't recognized
her. She was used to seeing her mother with Mel and Pip, the three of them
making a minor spectacle of themselves: talking and laughing louder than
anyone …
The Last Spin by Evan Hunter The I he boy sitting opposite him was his enemy.
The boy sitting opposite him was called Tigo, and he wore a green silk jacket with
an orange stripe on each sleeve. The jacket told Dave that Tigo was his enemy.
The man sitting opposite him looked into Longstaff's eyes, studying the features
of the infidel sitting opposite him. He had no love for the British. They had
attacked Islam and that had a price. They may have thought that they were
helping when …
Spin. THE BOY SITTING OPPOSITE HIM WAS HIS ENEMY. The boy sitting
opposite him was called Tigo, and he wore a green silk jacket with an orange
stripe on each sleeve. The jacket told Dave that Tigo was his enemy. The jacket
shrieked …
Sitting+opposite+him
,
An embarrassed young boy is sitting on a chair beside Connie, dangling his feet,
the palms of his hands pressed together between his knees, his shoulders
slightly hunched up round his ears. He looks up at the ceiling and then down into
the …
I-Ier stride was long and she walked slightly hunched up as if a gale was blowing.
At the corner she turned and saw him still there, and waved. Salter waved back
and pretended to be looking for his car keys. He would have to see her again, …
It was far too small, but even in a slightly hunched up position, Russell preened.
A thought came to Penny, 'You weren't one of those . . . hippies?' 'Only at
weekends.' 'My father would have had you horsewhipped for impersonating an
36.
Her ears and neck had been rubbed with bay rum so they would smell nice, and
she was sitting, slightly hunched up, in a high- backed chair. "Give your mom a
kiss . . ." Berthe obediently put her fresh mouth on the tepid, wrinkled cheek, soft
as …
,
We sat on a white leather sofa. She got us drinks – red wine for Trish, Harp for me
– and said, 'Do you want a glass with that?' My normal response would have
been, 'Wise up, are you brain dead?' but she was beautiful so I said, 'Please.
Inside, is more beauty. We take two steps down into a sunken living room. White
leather sofas are everywhere. To the left is a wooden bar, wood that looks much
like the wood of the big doors. The French girl and I sit on a white leather sofa.
… a woman in a well starched black and white maid's uniform opened the door. “
Come in, Mister Pereira. Mrs. Rohan is expecting you.” She took them to a large
living area where the lady of the house was sitting on a white leather sofa.
Allen sat beside his wife on a white leather sofa in the living room reading a list of
names from a white note book. He said, “Two-hundred-seventy-five of the rich
and freaky, one-hundred-twenty-five of the middle class freaky, forty-five of the …
After they made their round, they settled on a white leather sofa. Since he had
been with Sweet Rose, he had seen more kinds of leather then he could
remember. He turned to her; except for leading him around, she was ignoring him
.
'Same age as my two,' Kerr said, finding a seat uninvited on a white leather sofa. '
Blimey,' the girl countered, 'the experience made you very nearly human, has it?'
Jacobson plonked himself next to Kerr, watched her point a remote at an …
Basilah walked in and sat on a white leather sofa as she looked around the room.
She knew nothing about fine art, but suspected that his house held expensive
items, and her nervousness returned. Recalling that she knew nothing about this …
He sat down on a white leather sofa placed opposite two wicker love seats
located on each end of the center table. “Eduardo, I will make you something cool
to drink, all right? Would you like a daiquiri or any other kind of refreshment?
… she could hardly get in, with every seat taken on a white leather sofa and two
straight-backed chairs. They chattered in a language that sounded like Spanish
but fell silent as soon as Anna looked at them, then jumped up like abashed …
Fraser sat down on a white leather sofa and waited. Ten minutes later the double
doors opened and one of the servants walked over to Fraser. He spoke in
hushed English. "Would you care to follow me sir," he said. The two men walked
out …
D'antre took a seat on a white leather sofa next to a large cardboard box that read
: miscellaneous. Across his lap he held an 81⁄2 by 14 manila envelope. Caroline
sat Indian-style on an opposing sofa. She picked up a cordless phone and …
Fay Dexter, a lithe blonde in a knee-length black silk shirt, sat with crossed legs
on a white leather sofa. She put down her glass of twelve-year-old Merlot and
looked at the caller ID. She let the phone chime the correct number of times and …
Mariella was sitting on a white leather sofa. She wore a plain black dress with
thin gold straps. In England she'd always worn jeans and bulky sweaters. She
crossed her long bare legs with ostentatious slowness and looked at David with
an …
… of Shakespeare or poetry, I'd stare into the crisp packet and see it as the
interior of a nice flat by the river, a small balcony leading to the living-room where
Jennie sat on a white leather sofa, sipping Chablis and chuckling at Delicatessen
.
They followed the woman into a large highceilinged room and sat down at her
invitation on a white leather sofa. The room was bare: no pictures on the wall, no
ornaments, nothing. Just a plain brown carpet and white leather suite. A chrome …
She asked, sitting down across from him on a white leather sofa that was in the
shape of an L. She yawned, her eyes desiring to close from the heaviness they
supported. She placed the empty mug down onto the coffee table in front of them, …
Jack and Laura took a seat together on a white leather sofa facing an etched-
glass oval coffee table. “Martini, gin,” ordered Jack, to the young woman who
quickly arrived to serve them. “Bombay or Tanqueray?” “I prefer Tanqueray
Number 10, …
Looking at the blonde sitting on a white leather sofa across from us, all I canthink
is, Double wow. She hasher legstucked beneath her. She is leaning againstthe
armrest, her body slightly turned fromus.Is that a comfortable position, or is her …
You'd think this was Somalia, not Washington.” Chief of Staff Henry Strand was
seated near the president on a white leather sofa, nodding in agreement. He too
was concerned with the fiasco taking place down the street and over the
airwaves …
… and sponge-bag trousers. The incongruity of the objects, the association of the
fully clothed and the partly draped, the garishness of the different colours and
their plaid-like juxtapositions afflicted Orlando with the most profound dismay.
… Roman gods and not the Emesan sun god or his priest. Furthermore, a coin
from Antioch dating from 218-9 AD, depicts the emperor sacrificing on a tripod.
He is shown with his toga partly draped over his head (capite velato), the
specifically …
The young man himself, who gazes composedly at the viewer with slightly
inclined head, is only partly draped in a similar 'toga' which is to say that his right
shoulder and arm and much of his chest are completely bare; he wears a garland
of …
partly+draped
… by a female figure clothed in flowing white; on the left by a portly gentleman
wearing a frock-coat and sponge-bag trousers. The incongruity of the objects, the
association of the fully clothed and the partly draped . 156 FEMINISM AND FILM.
Zeus, partly draped in a mantle, is shown seated, holding a sceptre and ears of
wheat. Fortuna is standing facing him with her rudder and cornucopia; she wears
a belted chiton and a mantle loosely draped over both arms. Under each figure is …
partly+draped
… prolossionat. r Tito gonitolc. pcrincurn. and anus aro navor undroooo Tho
consent of tho client is required tor wanton any pan -ol tho body. regardless of
vrltother the client is fully domed. Tully drapocl. or partly draped. 'I2. 13. 1.11, 1-5.
16. 1?
partly+draped
A 16 ARM FRAGMENT, PARTLY DRAPED PI. 64 S 953; Theater, 1903, findspot
unknown. P.L. 0.097, P.W. 0.068, Th. 0.024-0.040 m. Single fragment, broken
above and below elbow, and from relief ground. Fragment of arm bent at elbow.
partly+draped
… a frowning deceased youth, partly draped in a white himation, is seated before
his own gravestone. His head and upper body are framed by the monument's
brightly colored anthemion crown consisting of a pair of outward- curving,
originally …
If correctly reconstructed, the surviving parts of the composition consist of, from
left, a syrinx- playing satyr, Dionysus leaning against a column, a dancing
maenad, a dancing satyr, and two draped or partly draped figures, the furthest to
the right …
This group is preceded by an elephant partly draped in a long falling cloth with a
carpet over it ; on the carpet sit or rather lie two small Maenads and a Satyr, all
draped ; one of the Maenads plays the flute, the Satyr has a kantharos, the
second …
partly+draped partly+draped
Next he describes the beauty of Venus whom he portrays reclining, partly naked
and partly draped with a rich purple cloth so fine that it conceals hardly anything
of those parts it covers. Through this reclining he represents the languor …
… EM-38 map partly draped over the 3D aerial photograph drape of study area
with boundaries of landscape–soil units (LSU), (ii) photographs of representative
soil profiles for each LSU, (iii) geology, (iv) cross-section of typical toposequence …
partly+draped partly+draped
This white marble group depicts the partly draped figures of Cupid and Psyche
embracing at the moment of their reunion. The circular pedestal base is carved
with rams* masks suspending swags of fruit and a relief depicting the abduction
of a …
… and Helbig is perhaps correct when he conjectures it to be a Hellenistic ruler in
the guise of Zeus. The figure is only partly draped and one hand is raised aloft.
The head and much of the drapery are restored. Clarac believes because of its …
Though the painting's power is integrally bound up with the nudity of the figure of
Bara, it has been argued that David might at some point have intended the figure
to be partly draped. But he left it nude, and displayed it prominently in this form …
partly+draped partly+draped
Dusty ended up in a partly draped canvas room where he and six or eight others
were told to strip off their clothes and step into the next room, where a corpsman
waited with a large metal spray can. "Delousing!" he announced. "This is DDT.
The tall windows, directly opposite, were only partly draped against the glare and
Nathan saw the room through a haze of sunshine and a galaxy of dust. It was
dominated by a long table covered in green leather where two gentlemen were …
I must have looked like a bum, the way I was dressed—wearing old worn-out
pajamas, a red bandanna around my head to alleviate my excruciating headache
, a blanket partly draped over my shoulders; the other half dragging on the floor; …
… to the popular imagination was that of the kitharoedos, in which character he
would generally appear fully or partly draped c. But at some time in the sixth
century the fashion began to prevail of depicting Apollo naked as well as
beardless.
partly+draped partly+draped partly+draped
Here the male figure is partly draped, and by no means rigidly repeats the type of
the Orestes.9 The female figure has the proportions of a heroine,1 and there can
hardly be a. 1 Engraved in Visconti, Mon. and caduceus sculptured on the …
… from pigs over theyearsand maybeI was more sad for Karyn than the piglet.
Karyn was atthelaundry bench when Icame in.She was still filthy, but Henry wasn'
t. Hewas perfectly clean, lying ona fresh towel with another partly draped over
him.
Two were still partly draped in strings of pearls. Trust these mercenary ruffians to
select the prettiest and most pleasure-skilled of slave girls. Then I saw the third —
naked, trembling, but with eyes filled with a fire I knew and remembered and …
'On the pedestal there rests a lion, in a seated position, with raised head looking
into the distance, and with the forepaw guarding a German war-banner, which is
partly draped over the pedestal'. DKB, IE, 1892, p. 425; VI, 1895, p. 383. 92. Kale …
with+silks
Hereafter more Persian than Chinese silk was bought for the Amsterdam market;
both types had to compete in Europe with silks from Italy, France, and the Levant.
When Persian silk prices rose steeply in 1636-37, the Dutch returned to …
with+silks with+silks
… silks with secular subject matter that have been associated with iconoclasm are
closely associated with silks showing Christian scenes: the hunter silk from Saint
Calais (Figure 43), for example, shares the sporadic insertion of brocaded Fig.
with+silks
The merchants, who also functioned as bankers, did not deal exclusively with
silks and their merchandise included silver, spices and non-silk fabrics. Some
Lucchese silks were sold directly to foreign, mainly German, merchants in Lucca,
but …
… Silks (two methods). Produdiom.' Single Silk (various method.s)—Several Silks
—From Sleeves—From Vest or Coat. Vanialws: Single Silk—Change to Egg, etc.
—Severi1l Silks. Tr'cks with Silks: Obedient Silks—Cut and …
Surely this finding does not negate the fact that plain and simple woven silk
textiles and silk yarn reached the West during this period, when many camels
loaded with silks headed west from the T'ang empire along the Silk Routes. To
study this …
with+silks
The Viking traders dealt not only with silks from Constantinople. During the most
lucrative period for the northward routes, from about 770 to 970, they
occasionally travelled as far as Baghdad, whose opulent bazaars were
immortalized in the …
The Venetians opened commercial relations with the Greek Empire, and
continued for many centuries the channel for supplying the western parts of
Europe with silks, which were new highly prized; for in the year 790 the Emperor …
And he led Sir Gawaine within the castle, which was the most sumptuously
furnished place that Gawaine had ever seen, and the chamber where he was led
was hung with silks and carpeted in fur soft as foam, and nightingales sang in
golden …
with+silks
The emperor, who had received the Portuguese embassy enthroned in his great
pavilion hung with silks and brocades a few years earlier, became a fugitive,
hunted from place to place until he died and was buried at Dabra Damo. The
cultural …
Larvae feeding on artificial diet containing freeze-dried silks from S. frugiperda
resistant inbred lines or on the intact silks of field grown plants are more
susceptible to infection and mortality from NPV than larvae fed similarly with silks
from …
… fro1n every quarter« » . . . some deep with silks and spicery, some brooding
over the silent thunders of their battailous Ornaments« »...organ« »...mighty in
compass, capable equally of the trumpet's ardors or the slim delicacy of the flute.
« 8.
with+silks with+silks
In earlier years,Bismarck had disparaged colonization,likening an imperial nation
to “a poverty- stricken Polish nobleman providing himself with silks and sables
when he needs shirts.” His later embrace of imperialism has variously been …
Paper envelopes, embroidered with silks and gold. 20 Azzopardi, J. M. Valletta.
— Pair of mittens, with beads. 21 DnaECH, Mrs. Valletta. — Various specimens of
long and short mittens. Long mittens with beads. A breadth of black tulle, …
with+silks with+silks with+silks with+silks with+silks with+silks with+silks with+silks
The General Assembly 1575, ill regulating the dress of Ministers, say; “ We. think
all kind of broidering unseemly, all begairies of velvet in gown, hose or coat; all
superfluous and vain cutting out, stocking with silks; all kind of costly sowingon of …
The ships of the Hanse merchants brought herrings, wax, timber, fur and amber
from the Baltic countries ; and Genoese traders came with silks and velvets and
glass of Italy. And all met one another, as we saw before, in the great fairs, as at …
with+silks
… the larger dealers negotiated directly with the foreign exporters.87 The second
type of silk broker dealt mainly with silks produced in Szechwan, Hupei,
Shantung, and other provinces. When these silks were shipped to Shanghai for
export, …
… photographer, engraver, cartoonist, dramatist or embroiderer. You may be
engaged in work connected with silks and expensive textiles, perfumes, furniture
making, fancy aricles, ladies articles or objects of art and fashion, computers.
Venus …
with+silks
I wonder the Sultan has not swept her off, or that the Persian merchants, who
come with silks and sweetmeats, have not kidnapped her for the Shah of Tehran.
We went to see the Persian merchants at their khan, and purchased some silks …
There was a bureau against one wall, but the room was dominated by a dais
covered with silks and piled with cushions, more silks draping down from above
to swirl about it in semi-concealing mystery. Large glass doors gave on to a
paved …
with+silks
,
Damien
Instead, the primary objective of Hirst seemed to be to establish his own brand
through direct and often shocking provocation. What he proved, and what
astounded many art critics, was that there was a multi-million dollar market for
artwork …
… gave the example that no Christian would believe someone claiming to have
had a vision from God to kill all coloured people. Hirst seemed to be requiring an
illusory gold standard whereby a public consensus on everything religious was …
about to express an objection
;
his+face+was+flushed his+face+was+flushed
Here is another example, a favorite of my brother-in-law, the mathematician Bert
Eisenstadt: “His face was flushed, but his broad … The normal meaning of “
flushed” is established by its use in the familiar phrase, “His face was flushed,”
but the …
One hour later his temperature was 103°, pulse 120, respiration 30,
accompanied by a frequent dry, painless cough and great constriction of the
chest ; his face was flushed ; he had some headache. Durinpf the night following
he had several …
his+face+was+flushed his+face+was+flushed his+face+was+flushed
… through its most tumultuous session yet. (Time, March 12, 1990, p. 12) [410] I'm
not looking for eggs [and] if I was, I shouldn't want YOURS [409a] Mikhail
Gorbachev sat stiffly in the Supreme Soviet. His face was flushed with anger as …
His face was flushed. The world started to spin. He wasn't sure if he was going to
get sick or pass out. He couldn't sit back up. He was trying to pull himself up with
the steering wheel but he couldn't get a good hold on it. By now, his truck had …
When seen by Brasch his face was flushed, the mucous membranes slightly
cyanotic, the eyes closed, the breathing quiet, 20 per minute, but occasionally
embarrassed, owing to falling back of the tongue. From time to time he vomited
and …
his+face+was+flushed
His face was flushed, and his eyes were bulging in their sockets. He kept singing
some strange song, shrugging his shoulders and then smiling like a fool at the
widow. The foreign words poured from his lips once more. The dark man sat
again …
Dumesnil, who always has refuted the diagnosis of epilepsy, reports his words: 'I
arrived at Flaubert's home to find him lying on an ottoman in his library, which
was in perfect order. I examined him. His face was flushed and Gustave
Flaubert's …
They're covered so that no one knows they are there, but the covers can be
moved so you can see into the rooms.” Whitney giggled. His face was flushed
when he glanced over his shoulder. “You wouldn't believe some of the things I've
seen.
his+face+was+flushed
His breeches and jerkin had more than one rent in them; his hat was gone; and
his face was flushed almost crimson with effort. His horse had bleeding knees,
and its shoulders shook pitifully. “Pardon me, Gilbert,” I said in a fit of repentance; …
his+face+was+flushed
Logan's eyes were watery and his face was flushed. It appeared he was sick. He
snapped the crutches out of Duggan's hand and pulled them toward him. The
rubber stopper on one of his crutches came off and rolled down the hallway.
his+face+was+flushed
“Okay,” I said softly, and we began again. This time I sang my heart out, and
when we were finished, his face was flushed with satisfaction. He got up and
kissed me on the cheek. “You're ready,” he said. My heart was pounding with
excitement …
his+face+was+flushed his+face+was+flushed his+face+was+flushed
His face was flushed and he panted heavily, all the while looking at Brook with
that sullen hatred Brook had seen in Jason. “Shouldn't you be studying?” Brook
managed to say through urgent draws of oxygen. “Fack you!” Brook expected the …
His face was flushed and his hair shone with sweat. 'I know you,' he panted,
wiping his face with a towel that hung around his neck. 'You're the guy who didn't
need to eat.' 'John Ray Horn. I wouldn't expect to find a gym in a place like this.
His face was flushed and he swallowed timidly. Singer could ignore the situation
no longer, so at last he asked Antonapoulos if his stomach pained him or if he
perhaps felt bad and wished to go to sleep. Antonapoulos shook his head.
His face was flushed and perspiration dripped from his forehead. He held his left
arm stretched out before him. It had happened so quickly, in splinters of seconds,
faster than Sarah could comprehend. She stood cautiously, staring at the man.
his+face+was+flushed
His face was flushed and his eyes blazed with desire. “You said you'd let me
come on you. I'm going to hold you to that.” “Do it. Do whatever you want.” He
turned and straddled her once again, his cock pointed at her face. With his right
hand …
his+face+was+flushed
,
morose
.
There are many good hotels here. You could stay at either of them. You could
stay at any of them. □ We tried two hotels. □ We tried a lot of hotels. f Neither of
them had any rooms. f None of them had any rooms. } Both of them were full.
The authorities are concerned that they may become violent. Zelig's face
changed color as he turned to Sarah asking her how she thought this would
affect her sister and nephew still left behind. Although both of them were stateless
, who could …
[If] both of them were carrying burdens, both of them were mounted, or both of
them were unburdened, they make a compromise-agreement among themselves
. And so is the rule governing two boats which were coming toward one another, …
They both of them were spending money that they had and they were both of
them very different one from the other of them. They were both of them doing
what they were doing that is to say Martha was doing what she was doing that is
to say …
Both of them were seeking opportunities to translate their ideals of Liberty,
Equality and Fraternity into action. It was well-nigh … Both of them were opposed
to the concept of monarchy and were in favour of democratic principles. From
ruling …
Both+of+them+were
There are many good hotels here. You could stay at either of them. You could
stay at any of them. □ We tried two hotels. □ We tried a lot of hotels. Neither of
them had any rooms. None of them had any rooms. Both of them were full.
On 13-6-1979 at 10.30 p.m., when both of them were returning from work, they
were severely beaten up by goondas near the factory. We were informed that Mr.
N. Subba Rao, Security Guard and other goondas who are in the guise of
workers …
Therefore both of them were represented (Mos.) in the Transfiguration, Moses
was manifested from the dead, and Elia p lB6 from the living; because in the
Parousia of our Lord, the dead are p. toad raised by His voice, and the living who
are …
They had calmed down from talking about the movie and went outside onto the
balcony, and after both of them gazed out into the distance, realized that both of
them were going to be staying together out of a need for true love. In a really …
Both of them were the sons of Elimelech and Naomi. The father and two sons
died early and the three women were left in a desolate condition. Mother Naomi
came to know that prosperity had returned into the land of Judah. She decided to
go …
They were two sisters that when you see them you would think they were twins.
Most of the time they were dressed a like because they worked at the same
hospital in midtown. Both of them were sharing an apartment downtown rather
then …
Both of them were dying right there with their son. They both needed assistance
to even be there, yet both of them were unable to leave. Ed and … Yet, both of
them were forced to continue living for the sake of their other children. Maxine …
They were both in Carolina and the time was forty- six years ago, and it was not
even four now but compounded still further, since now both of them were Henry
Sutpen and both of them were [Charles] Bon, compounded each of both yet
either …
Verneintes either: neither man / neither ofthe two men (= keiner der beiden
Männer). Both (women) were cured. Both the kids like her. Beide (Frauen)
wurden geheilt. Die Kinder lieben sie beide. They were both cured. / Both of them
were
both of them were carrying burdens, both of them were mounted, or both of
them were unburdened, they make a compromise- agreement among
themselves. And so is the rule governing two VOLUME Hi: I. TRACTATE BABA
QAMMA.
[If] both of them were carrying burdens, both of them were mounted, or both of
them were unburdened, they make a compromise- agreement among
themselves. And so is the rule governing two 8 VOLUME IIi: I. TRACTATE BABA
QAMMA.
Both+of+them+were
Shak- spere finds his supreme triumph in the display of character as it expands
under opportunity or disintegrates under temptation, whereas Moliere, presenting
it as permanent, reveals it to us in all its aspects- Both of them were copious in …
Both of them were educated in the conservative atmosphere of public schools
and universities — Byron at Harrow and Cambridge, … Both of them were trained
under conditions which were wholly opposed to the adoption of radical principles
.
He was working for Walsingham, and both of them were extremely careful about
security. Walsingham was in general adamant that his agents, when in Paris,
should not reveal themselves to Stafford, whom he deeply mistrusted; he was
later …
Both of them were suspicious of emotional ostentation. Faces bathed in tears,
lined with anguish, pale from fasting; bodies mortified, emaciated, prostrate:
these stage- effects of poenitentia publica were beside the point.22 The point
was not …
A gentle mockery of male pride pervades Riddle 54, that supposedly alludes to a
man churning butter: He had his way, and both of them were shaking. The man
worked hard. His capable servant was useful at times, but strong as he was, …
Both of them were about forty years of age; both of them were tall and fair, with
bushy whiskers and mustaches; both of them were phlegmatic in temperament,
and both much addicted to the wearing of their uniforms. They were proud of their …
Both+of+them+were
Both of them were very polite. Both of them were bookworms. Both of them
enjoyed classical music. Both of them were preppy dressers. Both of them came
from educated, upper-middle-class backgrounds. Both of them were leaders of
the …
He offers some singular points of resemblance to our own " most mighty and
dread sovereign," King James I. Both were learned, and both were eminently
unwise ;* both of them were authors, and both of them were pedants : both of
them …
Both+of+them+were Both+of+them+were
Both of them were excited about me being there and life was going to be very
good to me, so they said. I found out that his family owned the elegant Italian
restaurant and we would frequent it often in the next few weeks. I was introduced
to …
Both+of+them+were
I haven‟t eaten anything since lunch today, not even my usual midday snack,”
Ken replied as they made their way over to a table in the corner where they could
have a little bit of privacy. Both of them were quite hungry so little was said during …
Both of them were stated in a single act of speech, which it is not possible for a
mortal mouth to speak or a mortal ear to hear, "Remember the Sabbath day, to
keep it holy" (Ex. 20:8). "Observe the Sabbath day, to keep it holy" (Deut. 5:12).
wearing black suits —
Koons’s had fine pinstripes —
… story is true, the red and white shirts have come to define Arsenal and the team
have worn the combination ever since, aside from two seasons. The first was
1966–67, when Arsenal wore all-red shirts;127 this proved unpopular and the …
Encourage children to find all combinations that have, say, blue shirts to begin
with and then repeat for red shirts and finally black and white shirts. They can
then record their results in a list. Unit a LESSON A o continued Solution Main
Red …
Puma's range, which comes pre-packed in its own hard silver case – just pick it
up and go – is a mix of smart and casual: black jeans, black t-shirts, silky black
and white shirts, evening t-shirts, black shoes, black sneakers, a nifty black suit
and …
It was discontinued on July 26th 1969 (October 20th 1970 for the MVD) and
replaced with a female version of the men's shirt design as it had been reduced
to service uniform status, and white shirts were issued to all female officers to be
worn …
… the red and white shirts have come to define Arsenal and the team have worn
the combination ever since, aside from two seasons. The first was 1966–67,
when Arsenal wore all-red shirts;4039 this proved unpopular and the white
sleeves …
One team has blue pants and white shirts while the other team dressed in blue
pants and white shirts... No. Some shirts are white and some are blue — except
when there was a fumble and then all legs looked blue and white... or maybe it
was …
They had provided themselves with candles and white shirts, and had appointed
some of their number as chiefs for the execution of the plan; and they carried it
out that same night, in the last watch before dawn, when they perceived that the …
The motley pedestrian garb worn by the earlier cast – all muted reds, greens,
browns, yellows – is transformed here into black and white shirts, vests, and
pants (similar to Balanchine's ultimate move to the more severe academic attire).
20 The …
Since its founding the club has played their home games in blue and white shirts,
traditionally in vertical stripes. However this has not always been the case and
there have been variations upon the theme. A monochrome photograph from …
Since its founding the club has played their home games in blue and white shirts,
traditionally in vertical stripes. However this has not always been the case and
there have been variations upon the theme. A monochrome photograph from …
(B) He brings both his red and white shirts. (C) He brings his gray shirt but not his
maroon shirt. (D) He brings his white shirt but not his tan shirt. (E) He doesn't
bring both his red shirt and his pink shirt. First, set up the question: 1. Decide …
Men wearing black pants and white shirts, as well as women in black skirts and
white shirts, bring customers drinks for moderately high prices. Sta√ also give
out advertisements for cars (women in dark blue pantsuits), a furniture store …
A third common uniform has sleeveless jackets over white shirts for the teacher or
master and white shirts for students. A fourth style of uniform is closely patterned
after the Japanese keikogi or karate practice uniform. In this case, however, the …
… in black and white shirts; shirt and tie is often treated as a single item, as in
matching shirt and tie. v they never wear black and white shirts | nor matching
shirt and tie | Marked theme. When a clause element precedes the subject of a
clause, …
The only thing distinguishing this type of corporate crime from organized crime is
that the Enron embezzlers wore Armani suits and white shirts while “mobsters” (at
least on the Sopranos) wear black shirts and white ties. White-collar crime …
„Students wear tartan shirts, jeans and clumpy boot-like footwear, and, if the
weather is cold, bomber-jackets; businessmen and bureaucrats wear suits (blue
is the favou- red colour) with ties and white shirts. Intellectuals', which in Japan …
Similitude establishes group allegiance, class, culture and social purpose, while
details reveal identity. The two 'Sophistos' at the Korova on the woman's left are
both dressed in black, two-piece, single-breasted evening suits and white shirts, …
… how many possible combinations of items could there be in bag 2? (A) 2 (B) 3 (
C) 4 (D) 5 (E) 6 8. Which of the following is a pair of items that could not be
included together in bag 2? (A) the plaid and white shirts (B) the shorts and plaid
shirt …
Durate Barbosa's description of the costumes of the men and women of
Vijayanagar is much fuller: "The women go trimly clad: their men wear certain
clothes as a girdle below, wound very tightly in many folds, and white shirts of
cotton or silk …
For example, comparing the portraits of two American presidents, George
Washington and Franklin Delano Roosevelt, students can point to both paintings
as portraits of men who held the same office, who have dark suits and white shirts
, who …
… conservative clothes are still the norm among upper-level managers and
executives.100 German businessmen and businesswomen also dress
conservatively; dark suits and white shirts are standard attire.101 Mexico is yet
another country …
And that's what helps me a lot, that I'm not bald headed. But if they see a bald-
headed guy with baggy clothes, they gonna think he's a gangster. But that's why
they'll cruise the baldheaded guys with clothes baggy and white shirts . . . ” “Uh
huh.
and+white+shirts and+white+shirts
By the time I arrived every June, well into their school year, Moya's annual pair of
gray woolen pants and white shirts had always been so overwashed, scrubbed
week after week with gritty soap against the sides of his mother's stone sink and …
When the Skoptsy had their portraits taken in worldly attire, they held small strips
of white cloth in their folded hands: scraps of the white kerchiefs and white shirts
that betokened salvation. When Latyshev sat for the camera, the white cloth …
and+white+shirts and+white+shirts
We men were all in dark suits and white shirts. Gisela wore a white dress. The
Rhine was not far away. On the banks of that famous river lives a particularly
nasty breed of mosquito, called schnake in the local parlance. When I was
enrolled in …
and+white+shirts and+white+shirts
Late in 1941, officers were authorized to wear white shorts and white shirts with
open collar and rolled- up sleeves. The khaki uniform for officers was worn only
at work on board most ships. Only the aviators wore khaki at lunch, never at
dinner …
Women in their Sunday-best dresses, men in pressed trousers and white shirts,
well- scrubbed boys and combed-and-curled girls moved along the sidewalks,
pausing under the arched porticos to greet friends or to stare at the passing
throng.
… field where there are little mounds of hay that will be grey-green on the sunny
side and purple in the shadows--the peasants' dresses are vermilion with
emerald green ribbons and purple skirts and white shirts and black velvet
stomachers.
and+white+shirts
The diplomats all wear dark suits and black ties, rendering them visually
indistinguishable. In one … The two men wear black suits and black ties (over
white) and are tightly framed by the light from the three black lampshades in the
room.
A Reserved Space... Unmistaken Identity... A Leg To Stand On... Meant ToBe...
When We Least Expect It... A Ponytail A Phone Booth... A Laugh For All Times...
Blue Jeans And Black Ties... To Climb... Hot Dogs With Mustard... Musical Chairs.
(That's why tuxes are black with white shirts and black ties. Get it?) If you're ultra
stylish and have an advanced degree in suit wearing, you may break this rule.
For the rest of you, don't violate. The three-color rule—blue, gray, tan. You need …
The waiters at The Penultimate Posh—there are no waitresses—all the waiters
wear tuxedos, black, with pink dress shirts and black ties and cummerbunds.
Even the busboys wear black pants and pink starched shirts, no ties. The only
female …
and+black+ties
Our coaching staff had set precedence by wearing a uniform of Khakis, white
button up shirts, coaching vests and black ties, to symbolize our professionalism.
This was Jacques idea from years ago when we first started. At first I said, “I'm not …
and+black+ties
Nonetheless, the judge was a jovial, short, very rotund man who wore black suits
and black ties in the winter and seersucker suits and black ties in the summer.
While student views as to his professorial quality differed, he was remembered …
Then he stood for a moment and looked around the room. He saw his brother,
Tony, and the rest of the Gravesend Gang standing against the wall. They looked
somber in their dark suits and black ties. Tomorrow, they would carry Nuts to his …
… windy strings and reed sections standing in bright shirt fronts and black ties all
along the beach, a robed organist by the breakwater — itself broken, crusted with
tides — whose languets and flues gather and shape the resonant spooks here, …
While in any shop, I find myself looking round only for black clothes, black shoes,
black caps and black ties and black coats. I am afraid I am already addicted to or
falling in love with anything black. If I am not careful I will soon forget that I was …
Generally, black trousers, white shirts, and black ties for the men, black skirts or
slacks for the women, with white shirts and perhaps even black ties. No athletic
shoes or jeans! • Have a place for the catering staff to change and leave their …
and+black+ties
For a formal wedding, the bride wears a traditional white wedding gown with long
veil and train, and the groom, best man and groomsmen wear white tie and tails
or dinner suits and black ties. There are usually at least four bridesmaids and …
After a breakfast of what Flora had frequently mentioned, rice, pickles, miso and
green tea we changed into our black funeral wear, suits, complete with black
shoes, and black ties. Sophie and Trudi, to fit in with decorum wore long black …
We're MIBS — men in black suits with black glasses and hats black shoes and
black pants black shirts and black ties — We're MIBS, we're MIBS, we're MIBS.
Don't you go tellin' no fibs. You didn't see us; we were not here. Our business-like …
… white shirts and black ties, with funeral bands around their left arms, were in
the cemetery drive and signaled him to a parking area. He sat in the car, using
the rearview mirror to put on a tie. He was unshaven and looked crumpled but
didn't …
and+black+ties
A lot of the men are in black tuxedos and black ties and black dress shirts. One is
wearing a paisley suit of either serge or some kind of upholstery material.
Another has silver platform shoes and a silver vest w/ no shirt underneath. The
XPlor …
And New Orleans's funerals became uniquely special affairs of black brass
bands in black hats and black suits and black ties and white shirts. And on their
way to the cemetery, the music played at tempos sadder than slow, mopey trains.
As the months passed and the street-corner shrines multiplied in the slum
districts and black ties, black armbands and black hat trimmings became
everywhere a kind of civilian uniform, Lloyd George's rhetoric became larger and
perhaps …
and+black+ties
All the men were wearing the same attire, including black sunglasses and black
business suits with white shirts and black ties. They all had high and tight military
style haircuts, and were wearing earpieces. As they reached the closed …
But, as soon as you go into a clothing store, black and white become colors, e.g.,
white blouses and black ties. Children who use crayons to draw pictures on white
sheets of paper know that you don't use any of the crayons for white; that is the …
and+black+ties
… maxims about breaking one's pick and the length of one's rope — and they
seemed uncomfortable around anyone else. Burch wore dark suits and black ties
and was perennially asked if he was heading to a funeral. "I always wear black
ties …
and+black+ties
Although John and Pete wore the same school uniform as the other boys—black
blazers and caps, gray sweaters and pants, white shirts, and black ties with
maroon and gold stripes—they were soon quite distinguishable from their peers.
Like a choreographed dance, the doors of the two sedans opened, and eight
agents, wearing identical black suits, white shirts, and black ties, exited and took
up their assigned positions: two men across the street, two on the sidewalk by the …
and+black+ties and+black+ties
They were all wearing black suits, crisp white shirts and black ties. They were
stern of expression and silent with laser sharp eye contact. They looked like
mafia or funeral guests, call it what you will but the 'uniform' and the performance
were …
The players portrayed a unified image with their maroon bags, maroon blazers,
white shirts, black pants, and black ties. "As long as Rich Herrin was here,
basketball was a big thing," Rich Yunkus said. The gym was open from 7 a.m. to
11 p.m. …
It was tucked away in a little turning just down from The Bridge House pub. They
had dressed carefully for their evening out and both wore black suits, white shirts
and black ties. Their hair was Brylcreemed back and they wore light beige …
The front cover features a Giinther Frohling photograph of the group standing on
a descending staircase dressed in red shirts and black ties. To accentuate the
colours, all the group have black eyebrows and bright red lips. In typically …
.
Paul placed the eight pages of facsimile between them, on the coffee table. He
openly admitted, to himself as much as to Fiona, that, since receiving the pages
from Asner, he had not had time to look at them, let alone scrutinize them. "They'
re …
,
This is the Ethiopian title in a series of travel guides, which - despite a uniformly
high standard - feel more appropriate on the coffee table or in the tour coach than
in the backpack. Batistoni, M and Chiari, P C Old Tracks in the New Flower: A …
I set the beer on a coaster on the coffee table, rolled my sleeves up, and went
down to the third floor, letting myself into their apartment. The fact that the door
was locked didn't slow me down. There were five of the boys, the entire stable,
trying …
Even though the street is full of kids making snowmen, she is wearing a skimpy
bikini under a transparent raincoat. She just loves everything you do, even like
barking your shins on the coffee table as she crosses and uncrosses her legs,
and …
He riffled through newspapers and magazines on the coffee table. He unnested
three side tables until he found … First step in the search for answers. He cleared
a space on the coffee table, spread a cocktail napkin, and poised pen to paper.
on+the+coffee+table
Roland saw Margerie glance at her husband who was standing with his small
coffee by a bookcase. Roland had just poured brandies all round into the snifters
on the coffee table. Bertie could easily sweep a couple of snifters off the low table …
I put my empty mug on the coffee table and nodded my head. 'Yes. He does.' The
doorbell rang, and Sarah walked across the room. Ifollowed and held my breath
as she looked through the peephole and opened the door. Stefani stood there …
Westley pointed to the bucket Aidan had left on the coffee table earlier. He
tugged Aidan in that direction and grabbed the bottle. “I know what I want to do
with this, and it won't require any glasses.” “Ooo, sounds kinky!” Aidan followed
him to …
For example: John leaving his keys on the coffee table. This sentence has a
subject but not a proper verb. A corrected version is John left his keys on the
coffee table. Here is another example: Where the ball? I threw it to you. The first
sentence …
… the last we saw of them,' answered Liz, 'they were locked in the back of the
police car waiting to be taken into custody. They certainly won't get any sleep
tonight, the evil pair.' 'Talking of sleep,' Mike put his beaker down on the coffee
table, …
“Just set everything down on the coffee table, Carla,” she instructed. She shifted
her eyes toward Kasey. “I'll let you sort things out when you get a chance,” she
told her. “Brought you some diapers and a bunch of other items. These new little …
He stretched out comfortably beside her, his long legs resting on the coffee table.
Callie, by contrast, carefully tucked her feet under her legs and sat crosswise on
the couch, close by but not touching him. She was feeling strangely shy, more …
No pop cans tiered on the coffee table. I can use the john whenever I want. I can
do anything I fucking want whenever I fucking want. Your tongue tasted of dark
chocolate as it searched the recesses of my mouth. I sucked the sweetness from
it …
By four o'clock the next morning he was on his second romance, and when he
heard Keenan stirring in the bedroom, reluctantly bookmarked his place, laid the
book on the coffee table and went in to check on her—as he'd done many times …
The tablet PC on the coffee table displays a touch screen interface allowing the
participant to control the photo viewing using 'next' and 'previous' options. Some
of the photographs have been marked as 'public', i.e. anyone can see them, …
His mother was in the kitchen preparing supper, and Arthur saw her typewriter on
the coffee table, where she had been doing work for the Beverley Home. “You've
got a streak of grease across your forehead,” his mother said. “Was it tough …
Something about being here makes me feel...extremely uncomfortable. I'm afraid
to touch anything in this place let alone be here without Mrs. Harrington's actual
approval.” Bridgette set her cup of tea on the coffee table and moved to the edge …
… in paradise, it is perhaps this green, which is without doubt, the true green of
hope. Legend declares that happiness will be the portion of those who behold
this spectacle. Much love, G Em drops her keys on the coffee table and slumps -
80-
When he heard me, he turned around and pointed to another full wine glass that
was sitting on the coffee table in front of the couch. I picked it up and sat down on
the couch. I looked at him silhouetted against the view of the city and was …
He started the microwave, hoping Rich didn't hear the loud beeps, and when it
was ready returned to the office area, placing one cup on the coffee table in front
of the couch, where Rich had chosen to sit. Mr. Rich was in his late fifties to early …
She even remembered graduating. She was so happy that she almost dropped
her ice cream while she was trying to sit it on the coffee table. She rushed over to
Quinton to hug him. She told him what all she remembered. He hugged her back.
on+the+coffee+table
Rogers knew he would be the first to get a call from the White House when the
President had finished his thinking spell. Andrews walked back to the couch, sat
down and put his feet on the coffee table, something he had never done before.
Say you have a lamp in the corner of a living room; you may light the chair with
the light coming from one side of the lamp and you will light the couch from
another side and you will light the flowers on the coffee table maybe from above.
So you …
Sitting down next to her he placed his cup on the coffee table, opened the file and
started to read. The first report was from a 911 operator who wrote: "Received call
at 7 P.M.from an unknown female reporting an unknown white male lying on …
on+the+coffee+table on+the+coffee+table
Set on the coffee table. Munch on a slice of pulla while sipping on the first robust
cup of brew. llieno nimipdivdrinkild is made with pulla dough (recipe precedes)
and shaped into a ring instead of a braid. Cookies are usually stacked in the …
We must represent the effect of setting an object on another object, and we
should be able to reason that, after Kate set the book on the coffee table, the
book was on the coffee table. Preconditions We should also be able to infer that
before …
He placed his beer bottle on the coffee table and stood up. Lifting her hand from
her lap, he wrapped his long fingers around it and gave a soft tug to pull her off
the sofa. “Stand up, so we can examine the evidence.” She did as she was told, …
The blonde then puts his drink on the coffee table and starts to kiss his
companion's nipples. The Latin boy puts his drink on the coffee table, too, and
without regard for his companion, he takes off the boy's underwear to set free a
fat, white dick …
,
Wicker. It was a basket. And there was something inside it – he heard a creak as
the something moved. Then the torch moved upwards. Ali gasped. The man
carrying the basket was the same man who had chased him and Gez away from
Miss …
It was a basket house. We were all treated like shit. The customers were tourists. I
slept on floors a lot. It was a desperate struggle there. I guess like a lot of others I
was enthralled by the idea of living the Kerouac life — just me and my guitar.
… my Lord GOD showed me: There was a basket of figs.' 2He said, ”What do you
see, Amos?” ”A basket of figs,” I replied. And the LORD said to me: 4-6: Iudgment
by fire. 7-9: The House of Ieroboam refers to ]eroboam II or better, the "House of …
Beneath the head was a basket half full of sawdust. "Farewell, Johnny," I thought.
"Don't fight anymore. Please stop. Try to die easily. You were a good fighter.
Good-by, Johnny, good-by, good-by," Most eyes were tearless. They were wide …
It appeared momentarily like a hazy outline, but I knew that it was a basket.
Intrigued, I checked my symbols dictionary, which gave the following
interpretation: be kind to others. The meaning surprised me, but I recognized that
there was much …
There was a basket of dirty clothes on top of the washing machine that was
located between his bathroom and bedroom. A green T-shirt, which I later found
out Jeremy had worn that night, was in the basket. I picked it up and held it close.
was+a+basket
Underneath and behind the two back wheels of the red bike was a basket, a
white mesh wire basket full of shopping. Not in plastic bags, but nice cotton bags,
and sticking out of the top of one she could see bananas, leafy celery, and a
brown …
As stated, an “ephah” was a basket used to measure bread, or food. For instance,
the manna in the wilderness was measured with an ephah: “And the children of
Israel did eat manna forty years, until they came to a land inhabited; they did eat …
… leaving his antiquities in my office. There was a basket full of odds and ends
amongst these, and stuffed anyhow into the mouth of the basket was this tablet, in
two pieces, and I am sure this rough handling is responsible for some of the …
Learner error: basket or basketball? at BASKET COAL basket case /'baes-kat,
keis/ n [C usually sing] infml someone who is made very anxious by the demands
and pressures of something, esp. work o / was a basket case by the end of the
day …
It was a basket he had brought, covered with a cloth of deep blue. Beside it lay a
brown velvet pouch. She guessed by the smells that made her mouth water that
the basket contained food. “Are you hungry?” At the nod of her head he said, …
was+a+basket was+a+basket
… nyumba-ni ku-li-kuwa na watoto wengi house-Loc LOC-PAST-be with children
many 'In the house there were many children' c. mesa-ni ku-li-kuwa na kikapu
kimoja table-Loc LOC-PAST-be with basket one 'On the table there was a basket' …
… years old I was an arrephoros, then I was a 'corn-grinder' at ten for the
Archegetis [Artemis], and then wearing the saffron-coloured robe a bear at the
Brauronia, and as a beautiful girl I was a basket-bearer wearing a necklace of
dried figs.
… down and upon arriving home I was Ok. I never thought about it again until the
next morning going to work. About the same place on the bridge that feeling of
yesterday had again arrived, totally consuming me. Again I was a basket case.
One of the first railroad signals was a basket covered with a white cloth which
could be raised to the top of a tall pole. The New Castle and Frenchtown Railroad
, now part of the Pennsylvania, used this signal in 1831; it was probably adapted …
It was a basket-work sewing box - with a lid. Perfectly round, the basket weave
could be followed round to a point in the middle of the base and a point in the
middle of the lid. My mother had lined it with white taffeta. The basket had a
wonderful …
was+a+basket
On the contrary, between these two groups Jeremiah saw a greater future for the
former, whom he compares to a good basket of figs in comparison to which the
other groups was a basket of spoiled figs (Jeremiah 24). What, then, was …
In his hand was a basket, and in the basket were small, clear plastic bags. The
bags were tied with a golden cord and affixed with a waxed seal that contained a
trident—a symbol of Ukraine. It was not the seal, cord, or bag that mattered most, …
There was a basket round which there were one, or two unenthusiastic buyers
making tentative bids which went no farther than the last. It seemed no one was
very interested in little chicks. Lalu raised his hand without a 'combien', and the …
'Your father begged on the roads, and your mother's roora was a basket of stale
millet! My roora was a herd of fine cows.' “ 'Be quiet! You bring shame upon us all
with your fighting,' the wives were scolded by the oldest woman in the village.
I dropped him off at his mom's house, and I was a basket case for the next six
weeks. I wanted to tell him I wanted to be with him. John Beggs: I'm pretty sure I
was the last one to see Bob alive. He came into [Garage D'or Records on Nicollet …
I was a basket case.” Unbidden, the dam burst again, and McKenzie began to
pour out to Lane all the things she had said to Scully. “I told him all about my
mother. Mom was a whore. She was hooked on drugs. She was always drugged
up or …
He'd separated from his wife, and he was a basket case, stopping work to see a
psychiatrist twice a day. Now you can imagine working with that. He was about as
funny as a crutch. It was an altogether horrible experience. I've never seen the …
Of more significance, however, was a basket by New York's Al McGuire that wasn
't counted. Late in the first period, McGuire drove in, got off a shot, and drew a foul
. But what the officials, Stan Stutz and Sid Borgia, did not see was that the shot …
There was a basket without ears, filled with fine fruit, but the owner was unable to
get it to his home on account of the difficulty in carrying it, until a wise man,
seeing the predicament, attached handles to the basket, when it could be carried
with …
Rather, it was a basket of eight currencies that were weighted according to the
economic importance of the issuing country. The Bank for International
Settlements was becoming more involved in private banking in the 1970s.
International …
was+a+basket
For the first two years, I was a basket case. It didn't matter how much therapy I
had. I didn't get any better. My mother finally talked me into going to see a
minister. After about a year of going to see him, going to church and praying, I
was able to …
was+a+basket
Furry handcuffs, dildos, vibrators, feathers, powder, videos, oh my, a whip which
didn't look as if it was designed to really hurt, and much, much more. There,
between the Astroglide and the edible panties was a basket of condoms. She
hadn't …
It's not as if she was a basket case, except in the area of men. She had been
taught to go for her goals in her professional life. Her training, like all of ours, in
the man/woman game was another story. If you are taught to wait for that
chemical …
Korvin and Andre would sometimes meet for breakfast at the Cafe Ca- pulade, on
whose huge zinc bar every morning there was a basket piled high with croissants
. They would each take a croissant, eat half of it, and make sure that the waiter …
The ECU was a basket of each member's currencies, weighted in terms of the
respective size of their economies. Each member of the system undertook to
manage the value of its cur- rency against the value of the ECU. It worked in
much the …
In 1768, El Hac Mehmed Emin Paşa, who was to be married to Şah Sultan,
daughter of Mustafa III, presented the sultan with 3 sugar gardens, 18 porcelain
bowls of candied fruits on 6 trays, 20 English crystal shallow bowls filled with
candied …
Tropical and subtropical fruits are also commonly made into candied fruits, which
are traditional products of many countries. Major quality changes of candied fruits
are due to moisture gain (or sometimes loss) and the Maillard reaction …
Serve with this entremets a sauce-boatful of the same marmalade diluted with
syrup and Madeira wine mixed with a Julienne of candied fruits cut from orange
or mandarin peel, pears and apricots, adding a spoonful of pistachios. To make
this …
Without doubt there were other makers of candied fruits, too. The export of fresh
fruit On 9 September 1881 the Journal of the Society of Arts commented on the
possibility of obtaining fresh fruit from Australia and referred to 'a recent …
To make the name accurate, make sure the mix of candied fruits you buy has at
least five different fruits. Combined with the cherries, dates, and almonds, you'll
have your eight treasures. If you're not a fan of candied fruit, substitute finely …
of+candied+fruits
They had acquired a lovely, burnished mahogany color, with complex aromas of
candied fruits, marmalade, honey, toasted … Second favorite was the 2000, a
smooth mix of candied fruits, honey, orange marmalade, butter, acid, and
caramel.
of+candied+fruits of+candied+fruits
Wash and dry thoroughly. Holding them by the stems, dip them, one at a time,
into some melted flavored fondant; then place on waxed paper to dry. Whole nut
meats, pieces of candied fruits, small stemmed fruits and bits of marzipan may
also …
of+candied+fruits
He purchased a plate of candied fruits and nuts covered with plastic sheeting,
and returned to the place of the camel drivers. Adjacent to the wall was a large
stone tank for watering the camels. Workmen were filling it from a hose. Between
the …
… white biscuits (pai ping15) made with rice and sugar.11 In some areas custom
demanded that the bride's family provide sugar or biscuits and cakes at weddings
.1 Extravagant consumption of candied fruits (thang kuo16) prevailed on nuptial …
She used to come and see me and bring me good things—and books of prayers
—I remember especially a box of candied fruits which she told me came from
Kiew. I have never eaten any like them since. I wonder how many sincere
affections …
A similar confection, found only during the mid-autumn festival, is the "earth cake"
, banh deo. which melds the contrasting flavours of candied fruits, sesame and
lotus seeds with a dice of savoury pork fat. Fritters are popular among children …
Hilu A vast array of candied fruits and vegetables— called hilu/hellou, from the
Arabic word for sweet (helwa), and akin to the Sephardic dulce (fruit preserves)—
are popular throughout the Middle East and North Africa. Syrians are arguably …
… like a cocktail made with white wine and a touch of Campari. lt Egoïste (Chanel
) ★★★★ candied fruit I remembered Egoïste as a beautiful but slightly watery
pastel confection of candied fruits and low-key woods, and this one surprised me.
of+candied+fruits of+candied+fruits of+candied+fruits of+candied+fruits
… thepalustrum sivegiostra presumably that had been decreed on 9 February,2
and the presents usual on a visit of a great personage were given to him — big
wax candles, sixteen boxes of candied fruits, marzipan, wine, oats for his horses, …
of+candied+fruits of+candied+fruits of+candied+fruits
Strips of candied fruits — melon, an- gelique, or orange — may also be used to
decorate the crowns before baking. Gibassier The formula for the gibassier
brioche, which resembles a sand dollar, is typical of Provence, with the native
aromas …
of+candied+fruits of+candied+fruits
Garcinol: Yellow pigment isolated from rind of kokum. Glazed fruit/vegetable:
Covering of candied fruits /vegetables with a thin transparent coating of sugar,
which imparts them a glossy appearance. Grape vinegar: Vinegar made from
grapes.
of+candied+fruits of+candied+fruits of+candied+fruits
This happened, for example, to a young woman who was let down both by her
sister and her social worker; they were so caught up in their competing views
about the best form of care for her young child that neither paid any attention to
her …
So busy were they, that neither paid any attention to the dusty cowboy working
his way toward them. The Sheriff glanced up at him as he stopped at the table,
then Billy looked up. “You th' gunfighter, they call Reb?” Blurted the Bar-F
foreman.
It was characteristic of both that neither paid any attention to the political
disagreements amongst staff and students and concentrated on the academic
questions. As a result, both were vigorously attacked and criticised but, as this
opposition …
But thetwoofthem were usually so determined to laybare their hatredofeach other,
that neither paid any attention to her. From the moment theyset eyes on one
another in her kitchen, their resentment bucked and reared like a horse with
aburr …
When Uma returned with a tray of glasses of iced water, she found her mother
and Mrs Joshi quarelling so loudly that neither paid any attention to her or the
iced water and she set down the tray and went into her room and stayed there all …
.
ART AND PROFESSIONALISM Claude Hirst was part of the large influx of
women entering the arts professions during the second half of the nineteenth
century. This period, especially after Reconstruction, saw an enormous increase
in …
Für die Finanzierung sorgte der Industrielle Sir John Brunner, ein radikal-
liberaler Unterhausabgeordneter und Präsident der neu gegründeten National
Liberal Foundation, zusammen mit 16 „Mr. Hirst was a truc fanatic", erinnerte sich
ein …
as a lucid and inspiring teacher. a lively and tenacious debater and an effective
and far-sighted educational leader. Hirst was brought up in an austere. unworldly
and morally earnest home dominated by fundamentalist evangelical Christianity …
A partner in the business of Tucker & Company, wine and spirit merchants, Hirst
was the son of George R. and Caroline L. … Hirst was also an observer of double
stars; his measurements were published in the Monthly Notices of the Royal …
The Sessions held, that James Hirst was emancipated when his father Arthur
Hirst acquired such settlement in Soylaud. If the Court of Queen's Bench should
be of opinion that James Hirst was unemaucipated at the time when such
settlement …
Hirst+was
Hirst was able to smash the thick and opaque lenses of tradition in the
established art world, and in doing so unleashed a blinding light of innovation. In
turn, Hirst's innovative approach saw the emergence of a new market space, a
space in …
Miss Hirst was inspired to paint a group of the untidy landscapist's belongings,
which sold immediately. Since the sale of that picture Miss Hirst has painted
nothing but old books and pipes, and always on an eight-by- ten-inch canvas.
Because …
Because Hirst was so young, his journal is explicit about activities that most
readers took for granted. Hirst read Vestiges when he was defining his personal
faith, his sense of himself, and his vocation in life. Tyndall described him as “our
junior …
The irony was that Hirst was often referred to as the new Warhol. During the late
1980s he helped revive a moribund London art scene. In 1988, Hirst organized a
controversial exhibition of his fellow students at Goldsmiths College called …
Hirst was a medical doctor. His wife passed on to the News two letters from him.
Late in 1942 he was in England, where for a moment he and another officer
became young men again. They had stopped at a motorcycle shop whose
proprietor …
And finally, quite simply, something was better than nothing. Given these
circumstances, the U.S. attorneys decided to seek a civil settlement with Tenet.
Hirst was asked to propose it to Stevens, which he did. Stevens liked the idea
because he …
Mrs Hirst was confused and riddled with guilt and just wanted to do the best for
her baby. Presenting complaint: Bethany, an otherwise healthy and thriving baby,
had had eczema for the past month. Her mother had come to the outpatient …
Hirst+was
The first animal Mayer mounted for Hirst was an upright grizzly bear posed in the
Victorian style for Last Night I Dreamed That I Didn't Have a Head (Guggenheim
Museum, Bilbao). (She used conventional taxidermy because the bear was too …
Jane Roland Martin«s spirited attack onwhat she seesas contemporary
attemptsto resurrect anddefend athreatenedawhite man«sculture« might call that
debate to mind, wereit not for thefactthatshe recognises that Hirst was carefulto
avoid …
Hirst+was
Peel had staggered down to breakfast at the professionals' modest hotel while
Hirst was eating. Few kindlier men than George Hirst have ever played cricket for
either Yorkshire or England. He knew that if Bobby reported for duty in a 'proper …
Hirst was married in New York on June 18, 1901, to William Crothers Fitler, a
landscape painter and illustrator from Philadelphia. Both of them exhibited at the
Art Institute of Chicago annually from 1891 until well into the twentieth century,
but …
Hirst was also prominently featured in the “Sensations” show— this time with a
number of segmented cows preserved in formaldehyde, provoking the usual “
You call this stuff art?” commentary from America's legion of conservative culture …
Hirst was born in Leeds, an unlovely industrial city- in Britain's North Country.
Imagine Pittsburgh with less joie de vivre. His family was middle-class— middle-
middle; his father was an automobile salesman — but his mother was an amateur …
Hirst+was Hirst+was Hirst+was
The death of our friend and mentor Sir Edmund Hirst was briefly noted in the
Preface to Volume 32. A full account of his career and wide-ranging
achievements is given here by Stacey (Birmingham) and Manners (Edinburgh).
The Subject …
Hirst+was
One of my first friends was Gordon Hirst. Hirst was a mediocre student; he
worried he'd be relegated to a lower stream. Thus far he'd managed to hang on
through luck and personal charm. We sat near each other and had a minor
argument.
Before returning to ORNL in June 1975, Mr. Hirst was Director, Office of
Transportation Research in the Federal Energy Administration. There he was
responsible for the co-ordination, development, funding, and management of
transportation …
Hirst, John (1736-1815) — Hirst was born in Rochdale and converted through the
preaching of the Methodists. … A few months later Piccop died and on 31
December 1772 Hirst was installed as pastor; he would remain at Bacup until his …
Hirst was there, but the young man, almost sixteen years Sylvester's junior, was
perhaps more of a friend and protege than a friend and equal. Still, in the months
after Cayley 's departure and, in fact, for the next several years, it was to Hirst that …
Hirst+was
He was sitting in his bedroom, one leg over the arm of the chair, and Hirst was
writing a letter opposite. Hirst was quick to point out that all the difficulties
remained. 'For instance, herearetwo women you'venever seen. Suppose one of
them …
Hirst+was
In the same year, Damien Hirst was the winner of the Turner Prize. Thus, Blur and
Hirst obviosuly … While in the early 90's Hirst was still establishing himself, in the
second half of the decade he professionalized his artistic output. As Donald N.
Mrs Hirst was 'a well known member of the Women's Liberal Association' who
was not given official Liberal backing, the … A Liberal Executive member who
wished to support Mrs Hirst was allegedly warned not to do so by a 'prominent' …
He had been drinking heavily for the past 25 years, and at one point had been
drinking a pint of Jack Daniels whiskey each evening. He was diagnosed with
colon cancer in his early 60s and treated surgically. Since the surgery, he had
been …
In addition to the options of drinking a Pink straight, it may also be consumed with
a little water, still or sparkling. Real connoisseurs of the Pink Gin even have
preference for drinking it "in" or "out" - referring to whether the remaining dribble
of …
If a horse suddenly starts drinking a lot, make sure there is no physical reason. If
the horse is healthy, look to some other cause such as a protein-rich diet or just a
nervous habit. The main problem with the confined horse is that extra urine …
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Drinking: A Student's Guide, May not be copied, scanned, or duplicated, in whole
or in part. IMPACT OF FLUIDS AND BEVERAGES ON NUTRITIONAL HEALTH …
Some health studies even show that drinking a moderate amount of alcohol —
one drink per day for women, and two drinks per day for men — can thin the
blood a little bit, which. W/iat Is Binge Drinking?
At the time we met him, concern about the amount he was drinking had recently
caused him to cut down from 7 to 3 or 4 visits a week, drinking a couple of pints
on most visits, but occasionally binge drinking. Rob's concerns about his drinking …
Using the terminology of psychology, we would say that it is not the biochemical
effects on the brain alone that account for disinhibitory behavior but rather the
belief that one has been drinking a substance that has a disinhibitory effect …
In Sweden, binge drinking involves drinking a half bottle of hard liquor or two
bottles of wine on one occasion. Italians think that even if you have eight drinks a
day, you are not bingeing. The English think you have to have 11 or more drinks
on …
ty, even in many well-run plants), then the probability of consuming one typhoid
bacterium when drinking a liter of water would be 10-5; or, put another way, 10
people in a population of 1,000,000 could be infected. In an attempt to verify this, …
1695) account of "ancient leagues of friendship ... ratified by drinking a drop of
each other's blood, which was commonly drawn out of the little finger." He goes
on to refer to blood- brotherhood as a much wider-spread phenomenon, attested …
Is Drinking a Little Good for Your Health? Recently the media has highlighted the
claim that drinking a little — up to two drinks a day for men and up to one drink a
day for women — may reduce the risk of heart disease as a result of the effect of …
Suppose one is at a party and, seeing an interesting-looking person holding a
Martini glass, one asks, “Who is the man drinking a Martini?” If it should turn out
that there is only water in the glass, one has nevertheless asked a question about
a …
For shorter periods, there is little evidence of differences between drinking a
carbohydrate–electrolyte drink and plain water. Too much water during
prolonged bouts of exercise, such as a marathon, can lead to hyponatremia, or
water …
Let's adapt another of Donnellan's examples: imagine that at a party someone
says 'The person drinking a martini will be in trouble'. If the description is used
attributively, then the utterance talks about whoever happens to be drinking a
martini.
drinking a cocktail, a person can sip tomato juice with a slice of lime and a stalk
of celery or just a plain cola beverage. Any of these drinks can ease conversation
. The person who chooses to drink alcohol should sip each drink slowly with …
A great example of an explicitly linked payoff is the Bud Light “Give Me a Light”
campaign of the early 1980s. … To do something about this, Bud Light came up
with the series of“Give Me a Light” ads to remind light beer drinkers that they had
to …
Bud+Light
Conan O'Brien appeared in a Bud Light commercial that parodies celebrity
endorsements. The ad opens on Conan's agent trying to convince the talk show
host to do a commercial. Conan resists but his agent persists: “It's a ton of money
and …
And of further interest, Anheuser-Busch recently developed a brand named
Chelada that consists of a mixture of Budweiser (or Bud Light) with Clamato juice
along with salt and lime flavoring. These two new versions of Chelada—regular
and …
Bud+Light
Aber ist kohlenhydratarm langfristig eine gute Strategie für einen Massenmarkt
mit einer Marke für Otto Normalverbraucher? Miller Lite braucht eine Mainstream-
Idee, wenn es nicht auf der gleichen Stufe bleiben soll wie Bud Light und Coors …
1920's women at a tea party, ProP,: The saga began in 1922 with the Pirst
successPul tea party, Prof, walks out of Bud Light Institute, ProP,: Since then the
Bud Light Institute has continuously Pound ways to keep women occupied, 1920"
s men …
(AH) Bowl, Bud: Bud Light Did Not Have A Clutch Quarterback As readers of this
book know very well, far too many people now watch the Super Bowl not for the
game itself, pitting what is ostensibly the best team from the AFC against the best …
… Anheuser-Busch 12 floz Bud Light, Anheuser-Busch Ufloz Budweiser,
Anheuser-Busch 12 floz Busch, Anheuser-Busch 12 floz Busch Ice, Anheuser-
Busch Ufloz Busch Light, Anheuser-Busch Ufloz Busch NA (no alcohol),
Anheuser-Busch …
Bud Light 2. Busch Light 3. Coors Light 4. Michelob Light 5. Miller Lite 6. Natural
Light 7. Other brands The responses were recorded using the codes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
6, and 7, respectively. The data are listed here, and the entire data set is stored …
… Chapter Six: Creating a Branded Entertainment Franchise from the Ground Up
. . . . . . . . . . . . . .39 USA Rock Paper Scissors League Championship sponsored
by Bud Light Chapter Seven: Leveraging Existing Content . . . . . Best Practices in …
Here, strategies to advance Mahou, Heineken, Amstel, Coors Light, Budweiser,
and Bud Light brands illustrate a range of treatments of male bonding, shared
wisdom about women and heterosexual relationships, and the positioning of
sexual …
… “Have You Seen Roger Rabbit?” ......................................................28 “Two for
Tuesday” ...........................................................................30 “When Nature Calls ...” ......
...........................................................32 “Reach Past the Bud Light?
Bud+Light
Bud Light is 4.2 percent alcohol. So, yes, Bud … Comparing calories to alcohol,
Bud Light is about 10 percent “lighter” than Bud. Bud Select 55 is 12 percent
lighter than Bud Light and 22 percent lighter than regular Budweiser. Now let's go …
Bud+Light
ANNOUNCER So crack open and ice cold Bud Light. Mr. Natty in his Knits. It may
just be an ugly sweater, but it sure is an ugly sweater. SINGER Mr. Multi-Colored
Sweater Wearer. ANNOUNCER Bud Light Beer. Anheuser-Busch, Si. Louts.
… Strasser ACCOUNT DIRECTOR Gaby Hafliger ACENCY Wir2 Werbung AG
CLIENT Stiftung gegen Rassismus und Antisemitismus/GRA COUNTRY
Swit2erland FUR COAT WEAREF MUSIC: Music Up. ANNOUNCER: Bud Light
Presents …
18 The heart of a healthy brand 19 Anchoring the core range 21 Bud and Bud
Light: Sun and planets 22 Risky business 24 Tango: Taking the eye off the
orange ball 26 Key takeouts 28 Checklist 2: Strengthen the core 28 3. Step Two:
Vision …
Randy Givens, Bud Light Track America 6. Jackie Washington, Team adidas 7.
Angela Thacker, Puma & Energizer Track Club 8. Wendy Vereen, unattached
200 meters 1. Valerie Brisco-Hooks, Tiger World Class Athletic Club (betters trials …
With a stirring musical score, Bud Light raises its glass and extols the virtues of “
unsung” American heroes. As in, “Here's to you, Mr. Giant Foam Finger Maker.” (
The spot closes with: “Socrack openan icecold BudLight andknow we speak for …
Then, when Miller introduced Lite and started a new category of beer for the
weight-conscious guzzler, Bud Light was formulated. Miller Lite ran a series of TV
ads for 15 years using has-been but humorous athletes such as Bob Uecker,
retired …
Yet our three favorite brands in 2006—Bud Light, Yellow Tail Shiraz, and Bacardi
Rum—show that mainstream value is still on top, even if premium products are
where the growth is. Favorite brands, of course, constantly change. Twenty years …
Bud+Light
… there are days he still wishes I liked shoes the way most women do, but I don't,
and there are days I wish he wasn't a crossdresser, but he is. Such is marriage.
THERE'S A BUD LIGHT commercial in which a woman calls RELATIONSHIPS 85
.
Reaching into his beer case for an ice-cold Bud Light for the customer sitting next
to me, he answered, “He's the opening act during cocktail hour Monday through
Friday. His name is . He'll be on for another hour and a half.” Because he spoke …
… the light fad would quickly burn itself out. It was not until 1982 that they
launched Budweiser Light, later shortened to Bud Light. With the company's full
attention and huge amounts of money, Bud Light finally surpassed Miller Lite in
1997.
Take for example a recent American Bud Light beer ad where two young men are
doing yoga in a class of women. For this to be funny the audience targeted must
firstly understand that the contextual cues—the mats, tight clothing, positioning …
Current sponsors of the NHL include Bud Light, Dodge, MasterCard, Bank of
America, Best Buy, and McDonalds. Sponsors pay an annual fee to the NHL to
become a recognized partner.24 • Merchandise and licensing • Reebok-CCM
Hockey …
Fifty percent of the Beers brewed: Year-round: Budweiser, Bud Light, Bud Ice,
Bud Select, Select 55, Michelob, Michelob Light, Michelob Ultra, Michelob Amber
Bock, Busch, Busch Light, Busch NA, Natural Light, Natural Ice, O'Doul's …
She was debating on a bud light or not, then takes a step up closer to the people
in front of her. Gabrielle checks the menu board again. Jillian finally appears
when the people in front of Gabrielle were leaving. “Good, you're back, didn't
know …
Bud+Light
The pioneers entered nine years before Miller and sixteen years before Bud Light
, but financial problems drove both out of business. Marketing and distribution
determined the outcome. Costly legal battles were commonplace. TABLE 3.1 …
He told the world, while standing in a cage adorned with the Bud Light logo, that
he was going to go to the back and drink a Coors instead. ¥A Coors Light, not a
Bud Light, because they won£t pay me anything. . . . And hell, I may even get on …
Bud Light 2. Busch Light 3. Coors Light 4. Michelob Light 5. Miller Lite 6. Natural
Light 7. Other brands The responses were recorded using the codes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
6, and 7, respectively. The data are listed here, and the entire data set is stored …
1998). This study analyzes four beer commercials that aired on Univison during
October and November 1998, two commercials each for Bud Light and for MGD.
it seeks to examine the marketing strategy used and how …
Bud Light: Bud Light is targeted at 21 to 30 year old people • Bud Ice and Bud Ice
Light: are targeted at the “contemporary adult” in the age of 21 to 34 years. 11..22
CCuussttoommeerr BBuuyyiinngg BBeehhaavviioouurr The Budweiser …
.
Now I knew: things are entirely what they appear to be— and behind them . . .
there is nothing. This thought absorbed me a few minutes longer. Then I violently
moved my shoulders to free myself and pulled the pad of paper towards me.
Behind+them
/Even those people who are/ behind them are also included among /those who
receive/ the blessing, (96) if they are /behind them because of/ circumstances
beyond their control, such as the people in the fields who are occupied with their …
The door closed behind them, as if sealing her resolve. Oblivious to her inner
turmoil, Carter studied the metal ceiling plates, the button panel, and checked for
a dial tone on the emergency phone. Satisfied, he pushed the ground-level
button …
He appears again sleeping, with his belly naked; his two sons Shem and Japheth
hold a garment on their backs and walk towards him backwards, while Ham
behind them looks at Noah and points him out to them. (10) The building of the …
… will be found that there is scarcely a single positive poem in which some such
feeling as cynicism, bitterness or contempt does not to some degree intrude. This
strengthens the poems. It gives a sense of a fully ranging sensibility behind them
And (hen seven other cows, wretched and lean, came up from the Nile, behind
them; and fhese went over and stood beside the other … 6 And then sprouting up,
behind them, came seven ears of grain, meagre and scorched by the east wind.
Behind+them Behind+them
They made sure the gate in the wall was closed behind them (“Keeps de goats
out o' the garden!” Jenny had pointed out.)and re-crossed the road. Standing on
the edge of the steep hillside,they could see most of the bay spread out before …
Behind+them
… at Southampton, where they all met together and took in their Provisions 47 VIII
Of the Troubles that befell them on the Coast and at Sea, being forced after much
Trouble to leave one of their Ships and some of their Company behind them 52 …
Behind+them
In the open doors the women stood looking out, and behind them the children —
corn-headed children, with wide eyes, one bare foot on top of the other bare foot,
and the toes working. The women and the children watched their men talking to …
Behind+them Behind+them
We have done just the opposite, seeking openly and repeatedly to analyze
Moses' style and authorial purposes wherever they might be discerned since
behind them lies God's design for the reader, something we have been eager to
try to …
Behind+them
The one beside that was of two businessmen shaking hands on the street.
Behind them on one side was an empty shop with a small sign in the middle of
the window that said, 'Coming soon, big business'; on the other was a brand-new
black …
,
a+bay+window+opened a+bay+window+opened
A bay window opened on a well-kept garden area with raised beds of vegetables
, herbs, flowers. “We raise all of our vegetables for the summer and fall, and
enough to do quite a bit of canning and freezing. It helps with the budget, you
know.
We filled a couple at the kitchen tap with as much water as they would hold —
perhaps a gallon — then carried them into my parents' bedroom at the front of the
library. A bay window opened directly over the front steps and from this vantage …
La Nuit, sur le grand mystere, Onto a landscape of great mystery, Night half-
opens its blue caskets; As many flowers on earth As stars in the sky! On voit ses
ombres dormantes S eclairer a tous moments, Autant par les fleurs charmantes
Que …
The fixation of holy places, places of power, and shrines which connect the living
to supernatural beings and ancestors are another way of inscribing power
relations onto a landscape. Colson's treatment of places of power (which are
natural) …
With these statements, this man described his movement onto a landscape to
which he both submits himself and on which he knows himself to be masterful.
His presence in that space, in contrast with the town, is wholly the outcome of an …
It has been established that Montale's 'objects' are as if projected suddenly —
often in the form of sudden eruptions — onto a landscape from which they stand
out. This abrupt materialization of concrete 'objects' onto a landscape of flux
seems …
Carved stones may thus have been used to permanently record triumphs,
catastrophes, myths and legends, mapping them permanently onto a landscape
resonant with meaning.4 In the Langdale Valley it is easy to believe that
prehistoric …
Superimposed onto a landscape shaped by natural degradation, our ancestors
gradually developed technical skills that allowed deliberate and complex
changes to be made to the landscape, mainly with the intention of increasing the
amount …
1 Introduction Watershed transformation was introduced by Beucher and
Lantuejoul in 1979 [1] and is still a popular subject of research [8, 9]. It is a
segmentation method that mimics pouring water onto a landscape created on the
basis of a …
… malevolent forces of nature. In this sense one could almost speak of an
antipastoral vision that is imposed onto a landscape that resists the intrusive
gardener /colonizer. Moreover, like most colonialist visions the imagery of
landscape tends …
This opening out onto a landscape is not unusual in Cantarini's work and can be
found in his Mary Magdalene in the Civic Museum at Pesaro. Cantarini combined
ideas taken from his apprenticeship with Guido Reni in the landscape …
There were two steel beds, one bedside table, and a stained canvas privacy
curtain between the two bed spaces. The single curtainless window looked out
onto a landscape of red-brick buildings and a distant patch of street with small
shops.
… it offered no consolation and merely opened onto a landscape that he found
bizarre and dreary in equal measure.88 Ronald Wright, travelling north from
Adelaide to Alice Springs, on the new, high-tech Ghan, had a similar experience.
… and, most significantly, worked toward inscribing working-class immigrant and
migrant cultures, presences, and experiences onto a landscape that others would
rather have filled with more "native" hauntings. These tales of ghostly workers …
onto+a+landscape
… instead of overlooking a communal square, the suburban could look from his
drawing-room window onto a landscape which at least appeared to be all his
own.24 London, already in the early nineteenth century the most densely-
populated …
The whole group is enclosed by an architecturally undefined interior, which
opens by means of a double colonnade onto a landscape. The columns are
decorated with figurative capitals representing scenes from the lives of the two St.
Johns.
The "screen" looked like a window onto a landscape, far more realistic than a
screen, in full three dimensions. The landscape could have been a moonscape,
so desolate, dry and cratered did it look. The sun was just coming up, though
there …
They were eager to import the theories learnt from the West onto a landscape
already fashioned through a fusion of global influences, both Asian and non-
Asian. These young architects were themselves cultural hybrids. KOMTAR's
architect …
While in Vincent's narrative the captive girls cue the unexpected irruption of
violence onto a landscape fit for English cultivation, here captivity initiates the
irruption of a landscape fit for cultivation into a scene of violence. this digression
does …
My apartment consisted of three large, well-lit rooms, and the one that faced north
onto a landscape of cabbage fields became my studio. The landlady offered me a
servant whom she was led to believe was the eldest daughter of farmers in …
The motor of the transcendence is pleasure itself. The traces of pleasures and of
pain colour the psychic map of the body onto a landscape which has nothing
natural in it, and which is subjected to great singular variations in each individual.
I think that, far from being a coincidence, it was an invocation of the basic
dilemmas of the art of the novel that prompted Tolstoy to place Anna on the St.
Petersburg train with a novel in her hands and a window giving onto a landscape
which …
The Swallows and Amazons series demonstrates that, by projecting one's own
particular coloring onto a landscape, one can have an entirely new experience
that is simultaneously the reenactment of thousands of others. Ransome's
paradigm …
People activate public space in order to live the choices city life offers, and to
project their identity and their desires into and onto a landscape that is a given
and a constant Johannesburg is defined by a number of qualities, one of these
being …
Leonardo further highlighted Christ by placing him against a window that opens
onto a landscape of clear sky and bluish contours—by giving him, in effect, a halo
of sky. The effect is dazzling, even despite the paint loss, as the warm tones of …
… industrial contexts, I hope to illustrate how this unassuming yet incisive sketch
comedy opens a window onto a landscape of cerebral buffoonery and political
allegory. Theatrically released in the wake of enormous social upheavals in Italy, …
Of the works in the "Dutch" style, the first was Girl Sewing, a painting now lost and
known only through photographs. This interior scene shows a girl concentrating
on her needlework before a picture window that looks out onto a landscape of …
The Silence Living in Houses, by contrast, is a dark and sorrowful interior, with an
open window looking onto a landscape exploding with color. Interpretation of the
painting has been divided. Some believe it reveals Matisse's perception of an …
Onto a landscape of great mystery Night half-opens its blue caskets; As many
flowers on earth As stars in the sky. Its sleeping shadows are seen Brightening
every moment As much by charming flowers As by charming stars. My own darkly …
The Mongols' folk-religious and shamanic beliefs about embodiment of spirits
and their projection of the human body onto a landscape that both comprised and
contained spirits would not be at all out of keeping with the Tantric beliefs
outlined …
But that window will open onto a landscape of policy ideas about health care that
is in a constant state of flux. The particular structural changes that result will
depend in large part upon that landscape of health policy ideas. They will also …
onto+a+landscape
… faithful to tried and tested models, especially in the simple, symmetrical
composition, framed by a loggia opening onto a landscape, it is remarkably up,to,
date for the changeable, natural light that bathes the figures and softens the
contours.
… through accurate historical narration. That type of chronicling projected
scientific curiosity onto a landscape previously fashioned by humanistic
discourse. ignition A vast and smoldering scar stared back at Naples. Histories of
Ignition 83.
… architectural plans and models, form and color diagrams, and costume designs
, the book serves as a window onto a landscape of collective projects. On page
after page the reader is met with several big names from the canon of modern art …
In the background, a view onto a landscape - conceivably through a window, but
just as probably an experience of Natura mediated by a painting, for its owner's
contemplation.90 Both pictures propose an identification of the contemplation of …
… and Hemispherical Dished Closures for Cylindrical Vessels 120 8 Design of
Cylindrical Vessels with Formed Closures Operating under External Pressure
141 9 Design of Tall Vertical Vessels 155 10 Design of Supports for Vertical
Vessels …
947 11.1 Pressure Vessel - General Design Concepts ..................................... 947
11.2 Design of Tall Towers ..................................................................... 952 11.3
Testing Requirement ..................................................................... 953 11.4 Design
Codes …
Further examples of the design of tall columns are given by Brownell (1963),
Henry (1973), Bednar (1990), Escoe (1994) and Jawad and Farr (1989).
Deflection of tall columns Tall columns sway in the wind. The allowable deflection
will …
Availability: SCAN _ Title: Refractive Index of Tall Oil and Turpentine Oil Citation:
SCAN-T 1:65 Content: In this method the refractive index of a substance is
defined as the ratio of the speed of light of a specified wavelength in air to the
speed in …
… cooling towers 201 H.-J.Niemann Vortex excitation of steel chimneys 209 H.
van Koten The practical design of tall buildings for wind loads 221 LE. Robertson
& S.-T.See Aerodynamic interference effects between buildings and structures
227 …
A selection of buildings from earlier in the 20th century provides a perspective to
the history of tall buildings in these regions. A comprehensive introduction further
examines the history of tall buildings in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, the …
… maintenance 47 The Cool-Season Grasses 48 Tall fescue 48 Advantages of
tall fescue for low maintenance 49 Disadvantages of tall fescue for low
maintenance 50 Fine fescue 50 Characteristics of chewings fescue 50
Characteristics of VII.
Endocrine Etiologies of Tall Stature Exogenous Obesity Exogenous obesity is
characterized by rapid skeletal growth with an accelerated bone age. These
patients may have early puberty with concomitant rapid epiphyseal fusion and
normal …
175 Juergen Kufner Co-producing policies, visual representations and
negotiations of tall buildings. 183 Barbara Lasic Vendu a des Anglois: the
collecting of eighteenth century French decorative arts, 1789-1830. 190 Niels
Nickelsen and …
Fescue- ryegrass hybrids represent a vast untapped resource that could be used
to combine the favorable traits of tall fescue and perennial ryegrass. To date,
introgression of the stay- green gene from meadow fescue into turf-type perennial …
§5(a). Tall Smokestacks Under the CAA of 1970, EPA permitted states to allow
the use of tall stacks and other dispersion techniques in lieu of emission
limitations.726 This policy encouraged the construction of huge stacks that
resulted in long …
PISA Description flowering and Fruiting 159 Distribution Locality Factors 159
Propagation Estimation of Seed Production 1 60 Collection and Processine of
Seed 160 Oil 16° Recovery of Tal oil 161 Application of Tall oil 161 Collection of …
Advantages and Disadvantages of Tall Structures Tall structures are
characterized by close supervision, lesser delegation of responsibility and
authority, and problems of upward and downward communication. But
coordination and control …
Then he investigated whether children of tall parents tend to be tall, etc. To keep
the number of variables equal to two, in spite of the fact that each person has two
parents, he determined that the average height of men was about 1 .08 times …
For each metric ton of pulp produced, northern pines yield about 50 kg of tall oil,
and the southern pines yield about 125 kg. The U.S. capacity for fractional
distillation of tall oil is nearly one million metric tons per year. The rosin
component of
The Structural Design of Tall and Special Buildings 12(2), 83-92. Wainman D.E.
and Kirby B.R. (1988). Compendium of UK standard fire test data unprotected
structural steel — 1. British Steel Corporation. Advances in Steel Structures.
… Disadvantages of Matrix Organisation, Flat and Tall Structures, Advantages
and Disadvantages of Tall & Flat Sturctures, Behavioural Implications of Flat
versus Tall Structures, Horizontal Organisation, Review Questions, References.
12.
N., presumably to be identified with the site of Tall Brak in northeastern Syria (for
the evidence from Brak itself see § 4), is mostly attested … The lack of 1st mill.
references to N. would fit the chronological profile of Tall Brak. The name N. may
be …
Hyperplasia of Table 3.9 Causes of tall stature Tall stature of nonendocrine origin
- constitutional - genetic/familial - as part of a syndrome - cerebral gigantism (
Sotos syndrome) - Marfan syndrome - homocysteinuria - Beckwith-Wiedemann …
of+tall
buildings that formed a Babylonian tangle
… on uintatheres, a 237-page volume entitled Dinocerata: a monograph of an
extinct order of gigantic mammals, with giant folio pages and lavish plates.
Meanwhile, Cope was losing ground politically. In the 1 870s he had served
under …
ready completed and serves as the control and data centre for the Olympic
Games, its other functions are a "Virtual Museum of the Digital Olympiade" and "
Museum of Digital Products" - a kind of gigantic Ars Electrónica with the focus on
sport.
Effect of nodal wound grafting of gigantic stems by nonmutants (mean — SEM)
Non-mutan: Gigantic Gigantic Non-mutant Gigantic Gigantic control grafted
control control grafted control Figure I. Digested DNAs fractionated with agarose
gel …
of+gigantic
The most conspicuous example is the use of gigantic tankers for the transport of
oil on the grounds that is is "cheaper" than transport by means of a greater
number of smaller ships. The result is the "saving" of money in the bank accounts
of the …
In his book on the processional giants of northern France and Belgium, Rene
Darre writes that the procession of gigantic wooden figures during the Middle
Ages contained these two contradictory aspects. On the one hand, great license
was …
of+gigantic of+gigantic of+gigantic of+gigantic of+gigantic
'Hermes, F121, § 3. place, but was of gigantic airs,. 69 71 73 75 77 79 81 83.
of+gigantic of+gigantic
… said to have been tall in stature and of gigantic bulk, with broad shoulders,
large bones, full. * Bl. H. XII. xiii. 207. \ Bord. Hist. 204. * Rl. H. I. v. f Ford. XI. xxviii.
* 122 HISTORY OF 1NTROD.
… the series of gigantic miniatures called DeTablada Suite ( 1 99 1-93), for
example, his art of memory becomes an architecture, which takes a spectacular
form: the shape of "puro teatro."9" It becomes pure theater space, a site where,
quite …
of+gigantic
Shiva ordered Virabhadra, a fiery emanation from his voice, terrible to be heard
and of gigantic power, to locate the centre of what at that time was an enormous
mass of land, all surrounded by the ocean, and to divide it into five continents.
Adelphia Adelphia Communications Corp. was another scandal of gigantic
proportions. It was the nation's sixth-largest cable company before its bankruptcy,
providing cable television, high-speed Internet access, and local telephone
service …
Third, the new technologies enable the exploration and analysis of the contents
of gigantic databases, which is in itself a potent means of knowledge
enhancement (in natural, human and social sciences and management alike).
Research …
of+gigantic of+gigantic of+gigantic of+gigantic of+gigantic
After 20 years of gigantic preparations (among other fundamental sources he
published the Recherches sur l'Histoire et la littirature de l'Espagne pendant Ie
Moyen Age, 1849, I8602, 18813). Dozy's Histoire des musulmanes des Espagne …
of+gigantic of+gigantic of+gigantic
A disappointed child, under the impetus of gigantic childish emotion, turns an
ordinary disappointment of life into an enormous tragedy. And adults, under the
impetus of inner giants, make mountains out of molehills, elephants out of lice,
and …
of+gigantic
Bedichek deli- ciously described the thing that caught everybody's eye: Do you
remember how this hideous figure of gigantic size, drawing a hose over his hip,
appeared, at least from a cer- tain point of the compass, to be holding not the …
Atomic chain explosions of gigantic proportions had ripped open the earth's
surface between Berlin and Moscow. The result was a continuous outpouring of
tens of thousands of tons of hot magma each hour, thus gradually converting the …
They tried to fully utilize the respective vested interests of gigantic system of
Chinese bureaucracy. These mutual manipulations and tough negotiations
brought unique multiple business relations of Chinese automobile industry, major
relations …
"It is absolutely out of the question in my opinion," he declared, "to nurture any
idea of gigantic spatial parameters. In truth we find ourselves, as at all times, in a
situation that, from a general point of view, presents man and his space in …
of+gigantic
I consider that a woman who thinks about love during our grand epoch of gigantic
social reconstruction is nothing but trash. IVANOVA. What happiness! You know,
Kasyan, in our grand epoch of gigantic social reconstruction, I have constantly …
… domes for rooms and spans of that size would result in monumental buildings
of gigantic proportions dominating and threatening, but of little use in regard to
acoustics and ventilation. By means of building materials with high tensile
strength, …
polygons that stretched
… (12) where we have introduced the maximum force and the maximum possible
area 4πR2 of a horizon of (maximum local) radius R. The ratio E/A is the energy
per unit area flowing across the horizon. Horizons are often characterized by the …
It spreads across the horizon, a persistent darkshapethatinterrupts the green
meadow of the plain. The rebelssee theline onlyhazily behindthedust cloud ofthe
small army. The rebels rideupa slight rise in theland. Their view is limited and the …
across+the+horizon
One such derivation'; directly implements Hawking's heuristic picture of the
radiation as particles tunneling across the horizon. (An alternate viewpoint, in
which the radiation is regarded as the spontaneous emissions of a membranem
living at …
Juana counted the lights being turned on one at a time now that the sun was
setting. On the other side of the sky, the silver horn-shaped moon was preparing
to travel across the horizon. "You see that blue one over there?" Apa asked. "Isn't
20 …
But for a Schwarzschild black hole, for example, if the angular momentum of the
particle is too low for its initial energy, it can be captured by the strong
gravitational field near the hole, and can be pulled in across the horizon (see
figure 2.12).
Blue clouds from the explosions drifted across the horizon. A violent artillery
battle broke out in which the light, echoing sounds of the Panzer discharges
could be heard. As the early dusk of the winter evening dropped on the land, the
German …
… at least for the time being, the world is otherwise always there: for each one of
us there is something to be perceived - that is, to be seen, touched, heard - all
around us. But across the horizon of sensory fields, something can also exert …
across+the+horizon
Landscape The emphasis throughout The Dawn on modernity and on besting the
British at their own game represents a dangerous strategy. When Billy is shot, he
is running across the horizon, over the hills, to convey the message to the IRA …
… and Ohio for a phantom ship to appear on the horizon just for a few minutes
before it fades away into a haze. Ore carriers are still a common sight on most of
Lake Erie, and it is not unusual to see them slowly crawl across the horizon
She could see the land around her blur in response to its movement across the
horizon. The focused sound wave couldn't be heard by the sandworms of course
because they had no audible receptors, but that was not the magical attacks …
… I Shall Seek Refuge in my Heart 53 Empty Hearts 54 A Token that Shall Never
be Broken 55 My Daughter 57 Values 58 The Dream of Life 59 The Promise 61
Every Rose 62 Walk with Me 64 Looking across the Horizon 65 The River of Love …
across+the+horizon
At other times the dark clouds swept across the horizon and forked tongues of
lightning descended like fiery fingers that stirred the sea into a choppy frenzy.
She couldn't help but think of the fickle Gulf as a metaphor for her own disposition …
across the horizon framed by the camera's lens. Devastation is portrayed as an
enormous tragedy with seemingly limitless dimensions. While the people who
face death or are dying as the picture is taken remain beyond the camera's frame, …
Facades and roofs of Tudor houses now at the bottom left; walls and turrets
across the horizon at the right. Credit: produced by emiliano piedra and angel
escolano for internacional films espanola, s.a. Horsemen gallop left to right in the
middle …
10) I saw "frames" of my children flashing across the horizon. 11) but there again
there was not really anything to "see" so to speak, but rather more a sense of "
feeling". I could "sense" the "entities", their welcoming, the pleasure the peace the …
across+the+horizon
… 12 The Legislative Institutions, 13 Beyond Iraq: National Security across the
Horizon, 14 A Dramatically Evolving Asian Scenario for Security, 17 Indonesia,
19 Nontraditional Threats, 20 Government, 23 Legislative Branch, 23
Congressional …
Riding under a clear blue sky towards the Tien Shan, a line of snow-capped
mountains that stretched across the horizon separating Kazakhstan and
Krygyzstan from China and forming one of the world's longest borders, the air
smelled …
across+the+horizon across+the+horizon
In a beautifully executed sequence we see, in a long shot, an ostrich chasing
Laurello across the horizon, from left to right. Their paths cross with Downe, who's
being chased by a bear and running in the opposite direction. Laurello and the …
She saw it first, the sudden flash, the thin green line that shot like an electrical
charge across the horizon, and then the old Indian smiled indicating he, too, had
seen it, while Ben stared blankly out at the ocean. “What green flash?” Ben asked …
A ferry or boat of some kind inched its way across the horizon, until we watched
as it finally fell off the edge of the earth. Arriving the night before, we had ignored
sleep as we continued to explore the new feelings between us. There was the …
across+the+horizon
… still clinging to its blades, and I can feel the wetness of it between my toes.
Standing there the air around me feels wonderful. I feel so at home, so free. I.
Looking across the horizon I see many beautiful colors radiating 117 N'dea's
Passing I ...
.
The night was bright, and a warm wind blew. I strode toward che harbor. I felt the
urge to sing. My blood, too, was singing. The night before the Montpelier left
Hamburg on her westward voyage was the right kind of a night for furtive doings.
The+night+was+bright The+night+was+bright
Looking out of the window I could see that the night was bright, illuminated by the
high position in the sky of the near full moon and by the myriad of stellar
constellations surrounding the night sky. The lack of cloud that night made for a …
He walked out into the night at last to cool his heated blood, and went on to the
road. He lit a pipe, and as the night was fine he walked and walked on, until the
quick pace made him begin to forget his trouble. The night was bright, and the …
It was calm and cold and the night was bright with stars as Gordie absorbed the
night mood of the camp. From the timber down by the river he could hear the
monotonous call of a mopoke and the distant sounds of horse and bullock bells.
The+night+was+bright
The night was bright. The landscape glowed with a firefly luminance. Mike felt
and heard breezes cascading from different directions through the remaining
spring leaves of the surrounding tall trees. The small creek babbled as it
continued its …
The night was bright enough for a man to be distinguished several yards away,
and when within about thirty yards of the ship he was met by an ordinary mortal,
who requested him to lay his gun aside as no harm was intended. Whereupon
the …
The night was bright, a half-moon high above us. Deng and I had watched it rise,
first red then orange and yellow and then white and finally silver as it settled at
the uppermost point of the dome of the sky. The grass was high on either side of …
The+night+was+bright The+night+was+bright
The light wind blew through all the rest of the night. The foliage became dry, but
the earth had been soaked so thoroughly with water that it remained heavy with
damp. The night was bright enough for him to observe the faces of his comrades …
The+night+was+bright The+night+was+bright The+night+was+bright
I remember that the night was bright and pleasant, and as from my post I looked
up at the stars and then down at the scattered smouldering fires and the sleeping
figures that covered the plain, the thoughts of a nineteen-year-old boy, far away …
"SI" They stopped in front of the alcalde's house. Dax looked down at the boy. "Do
you wish to say good-bye to your father?" Jose's dark eyes were expressionless.
"I have already said good-bye to my father." The night was bright and clear and …
The night was bright, and the moon half full. There was not a breath of wind
blowing, and the air was calm and mild. He walked on for nearly three hours,
when he suddenly remembered that it was late in the night, and time for him to
turn.
The+night+was+bright The+night+was+bright The+night+was+bright The+night+was+bright
The night was bright and crisp, no moon but bright stars lit the trees. She
breathed deeply, drawing in the brittle air, tasting it to find what was wrong. She
went to her camp fire and pushed the dull red embers around, placing a few
small sticks …
… and the apprehensions she might have entertained were beginning to fade
away, when once more her quiet was disturbed by another visitation. It was the
close of November, the night was bright 446 THE HAUNTED HOUSE IN
YORKSHIRE.
No one was out, the night was bright and clear and the air was just a little muggy.
It was only months ago that he had found the object of his mood right here,
crumpled in a heap of skirts. How his life suddenly took a change. And for the
worse, …
… and the apprehensions she might have entertained were beginning to fade
away, when once more her quiet was disturbed by another visitation. It was the
close of November, the night was bright 446 THE HAUNTED HOUSE IN
YORKSHIRE.
The+night+was+bright
Outside the night was bright with Winchester fireworks. Then the cars howled
away. One of the molls was brushing broken glass out of her bobbed hair. Now
that the danger was over, the rest of the goons rushed out. The door to the
kitchen …
The+night+was+bright The+night+was+bright The+night+was+bright
… the best effort it could achieve could not sufficiently consecrate that fair beauty
of one whose life had been like a bright stream suddenly wasting itself and
disappearing in desert sands. … That night my mother, with her child,
disappeared.
The night was bright with stars and the sea shimmered with an uneasy beauty.
Here and there sheep were cropping indifferently. Danni felt a small wave of
nausea grip her stomach. 'Take me back to the hotel,' she ordered from behind
his …
The night was bright with stars so countless that Nathan had forgotten just how
vast it all was. There were other worlds than this; he wondered if any of those
others had ever fallen from God's grace. He went down, back into the chair, to
watch …
The+night+was+bright
,
It continued to rise high above them, and as it did so, the fog dissipated, leaving
the air absolutely clear. Black Bird and Little Moon stood slightly to the side of the
formation Mike's family had created. Velia began to speak in a singing tone, …
.
They+could+have+been They+could+have+been They+could+have+been
… we have looked at other individuals in the "essential" and "desirable"
categories. This was the only occasion when MI5 had any indication that they
could have been listening to UDMs D and E. (i) "Essential" targets 90. We have
described in …
… he/she/it could he/she/it could have – we could we could have Past Perfect you
could you could have participle infinitive they could they could have been able to
have been able to can können Anwendungsbeispiele Can he swim? Kann er …
(79) The /above ruling only/ applies if /the non-Jew/ brought them through a
public domain, but if he merely brought them through a karmelis there is no need
to wait until they could have been brought /after Shabbos ended/, since /in such a …
They+could+have+been
… when some might have read to others from inscriptions on the palace walls or
in other ways mentioned some of the phrases we have discussed, whose
frequency in the inscriptions suggests that they could have been the kind of
cliche easily …
They+could+have+been
(3.94) Occasionally they could have been passed over for promotions. They
occasionally could have been passed over for promotions. They could
occasionally have been passed over for promotions. They could have
occasionally been …
Indeed, Monckton had seen a half dozen ragged scalps taken in the skirmish, the
results of the rangers' work from the day before. They could have been Indians or
Canadians. It didn't matter to the rangers. Nor, Monckton realized, would it …
They could have been blown to bits by an artillery or mortar shell. They could
have been captured. They could have been killed while their unit was
withdrawing, leaving their bodies to the enemy. Their commanding officers may
have simply …
They+could+have+been
Well would it have been for the country as a whole and for these individuals in
particular if they could have been prevented from settling on these soil types until
crops could have been found and introduced with which they could have …
They+could+have+been
They could have been fighting terrorism by seeking and freezing assets of
terrorist groups such as Hamas. They could have beenThey could have been
prosecuting drug companies that falsify data for FDA drug approval. They could
have
On the othei hand they could have been regarded äs dangerous, because they
wanted 'to fetch their lives ftom the living", so to speak; This might be the reason
why they received very special amulets occasionally or would not have been …
They+could+have+been
What this means is that it is possible that these goals could have been attained,
not that they would have been attained or that they could have been attained so
easily or so well. One of the success factors of Next Steps is that the process is a …
Not only has grain been found in these stone-lined silos, but experiments in
replicating them have shown that they could have been remarkably efficient,
even in preventing spoilage by rodents or rot. As for capacity, calculations by
experts in …
They+could+have+been They+could+have+been They+could+have+been
They could have been drinking impure water. 2 The fall could have been
because of cost. It could have been down to a preference for other locations. It
could have been due to the increased threat of terrorism. 3 The bird could have
used …
Working within this information, they apparently reasoned: "If the Titanic saw the
lights of a ship and the Californian saw the lights of a ship, it was each other's
lights they saw. If they saw each other's lights, they could have been no farther
than …
They could have been fully on the exterior or partly inside the mass of the
pyramid (Arnold 1991: 98–101; Lehner 1997: 215–17). Since the interior of each
pyramid contained steps, it is possible that each level was used as an interval in
the …
… inefficient, since they took women out of the home where they could have been
engaged in other tasks. Women, she argued, were able to do several things at
once: their time should not be wasted in 95 A woman's home is her factory.
… in being true they could have been false. Thus Peter's predestination is
contingent because before he was predestinated he could have been damned.
Nor does eternity detract from contingency: that God has eternally predestined
Peter …
They+could+have+been
… in Bahrain Ausflug nach Muharraq 102 105 107 108 Rundreise durch den
Norden Bahrains 110 Entlang der Westküste in den Süden 113 Der King Fand
Causeway 113 Qatar Qatar im Schnelldurchgang 118 Doha 120 Rundreisen in
Qatar.
This disparity can be attributed to the increasingly large numbers of migrant
workers arriving in Qatar to benefit from the country's strong economic
performance. The practice of foreign labourers satisfying the needs of the private
sector has …
Also, for years, people living in Qatar had posed little risk to the environment but
while economic growth meant a profound increase in wealth, education and
health standards, it has also brought an explosion in population, residential and …
… National Museum Außerhalb des Zentrums Richtig Reisen-Tipp: The Ritz
Carlton Doha Rund um Doha Von Doha in den Süden der Halbinsel Von Doha in
den Norden der Halbinsel Richtig Reisen-Tipp: Kamelrennen in Qatar Von Doha
in …
121 ' The Tippecanoe Sequence in Qatar: ......................................................................
..... .. 121 Tabuk Formation .............................................................................................. ..
121 Sharawra Formation .
The same broad transformations that occurred in Kuwait also occurred in Qatar.
Variations on the basic pattern appear in all the oil-dependent states. In Bahrain,
Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates, the rulers have all gradually …
Modern librarianship in Qatar dates from this merger. With six branches, the
National Library also functions as a public library. Operating from a new building,
its staff started recataloguing and reclassifying the collections to produce a
central …
83 LIST OF MAJOR BANKS IN QATAR.............................................................................
..................... 84 TRADE. … 89 INVESTING IN QATAR: IMPORTANT
INFORMATION AND OPPORTUNITIES......................... 91 …
… Sand (Seite 85) Wasserpfeifengenuss, kombiniert mit Kunst In den Gassen des
Orients Der Souk von Muharraq zeigt Handel und Wandel im alten Auf der „
Inland Sea“ Khor al- Udaid in Qatar mit dem Sand- board die Düne hinunter
Galerie, …
EDUCATION:The first primary school in Qatar opened in 1951, and currently the
state provides a comprehensive, three-stage education … Education in Qatar is
compulsory between the ages of six and 16, and 89% of the population is literate.
In some Gulf states, they are an important minority: in Qatar and Bahrain, Iranians
account for 10 percent and 8 percent of the population, respectively. There are
also large numbers of Iranians living and working in the United Arab Emirates.
Those with a serious interest in desert flora will be pleasantly surprised by the
variety to be found in Qatar. To the layman, however, the place looks dry and
brown most of the time, while the infrequent rain showers cause the almost …
Qatar In Qatar, psychology was introduced as a separate discipline in 1973,
when the College of Education was established. In 1977, Qatar University was
opened (Melikian, 1984). At present, Qatar University has two psychology
departments …
Qatar Environment Department (1997). Environmental Impact Assessment: Policy
and Procedure. Environment Department, Doha. (16 p.) This document sets out
the draft policy for EIA in Qatar (1997), provides some definitions of terms …
West Asia: top five sources of FDI outflows, 2005-2006 a in greenfield projects in
Saudi Arabia and bidding for another licence for mobile telecommunications in
Qatar. The National Bank of Kuwait is engaged in deals in Jordan, Qatar and …
4 Water Resources in Qatar ...............................................................................................
................... .. 5 Water Resources in Kuwait ......................................................................
......................................... .. 5 Water Resources in Bahrain .
The majority of reserves are found in Qatar's immense North Field, the world's
largest non-associated gas field, holding an estimated 902 tcf.A moratorium on
development in the North Field in place since 2005 is not set to be reviewed until …
… a 5th Fleet headquarters and naval base in Bahrain, improved facilities in
Oman, and closer ties to the United Arab Emirates. Growing tensions with Saudi
Arabia led the United States to expand its facilities in Qatar during the
preparation …
The judicial system in Qatar is divided into two main streams: civil law and sharia,
or Islamic law. Disputes between Muslims … 22 of 2004, which provides that the
sources of law in Qatar are the applicable statutory provisions. In the absence of …
8 The Emir and the Exercise of Authority in Qatar 9 Conclusions – Change or
Continuity? Timeline Notes Bibliography Index vii 33 41 65 77 83 111 125 155
163 169 191 199 Acknowledgements I could not have completed this book
without …
The nearest airport is Gardermoen Oslo International Airport.There's an express
train service from the airport to the city center (NOK 140; US $20) CARNEGIE
MELLON UNIVERSITY IN QATAR PO Box 24866, Doha, Qatar 75 NORWAY.
Khasab–Tibat Road 236 Religion 264 Travellers with Disabilities 288 Musandam
Khors 237 Arts 264 Visas 288 Jebel Harim 237 Environment 265 Women
Travellers 288 Rawdah Bowl 237 Food & Drink 266 TRANSPORT IN QATAR 288 …
… Manfred Wöbcke. Gut zu wissen Reisezeit und Ausrüstung Gesundheit und
Sicherheit Kommunikation Sprachführer ... in Bahrain ... in Jemen ... in Kuwait ...
in Oman ... in Qatar ... in Saudi-Arabien ... in den Vereinigten Arabischen
Emiraten …
Philippines. Located in Southeast Asia, the Republic of the Philippines is a nation
made up of some 1 ,000 islands. The Philippines are surrounded by the Pacific
Ocean on the north, the Philippine Sea on the east, the Celebes Sea on the …
The Indian Minister of Energy Farooq Abdullah was in Qatar at the beginning of
2010 asking to buy more LNG. So India and China are the kind of players that
can be a challenge for the others. We would not like the world to be a swing
market, …
In all countries, smoking prevalence was higher among men, ranging between
25.5 per cent in Qatar and 43.4 per cent in Jordan in 2006. Rates of smoking
among women varied between 2.1 per cent in Palestine and 6.9 per cent in Iraq
in …
"Some material in this book previously appeared in Qatar, development of an oil
economy by Ragaei El Mallakh" - Verso t.p. Bibliography: p. 173 Includes index.
1. Qatar - Economic conditions. 2. Petroleum industry and trade - Qatar. 3.
There have also been a few terrorist attacks in Qatar and the UAE. Islamist
conspiracies have been uncovered in Oman, the UAE, Qatar, and Bahrain. In
addition, Islamists participate in the cultural life of the Gulf states and regularly
run …
List of Plates Glossary Abbreviations Preface Acknowledgements 1
HistoricalandGeoPolitical Setting Qatar in Ancient and Medieval Times
Townsand Topography in Modern Times The British Survey of Qatar Shaikhs and
Tribes in Qatar
,
For a more urbane, less touristy atmosphere stay in town or Dubai Marina. For
sheer style and sophistication it's hard to beat Emirates Towers, Grosvenor
House or Park Hyatt, while new areas like Downtown Burj Dubai, home of the
world's …
Q. Who may clear cargo through customs at Jebel Ali and Port Rashid Terminals
or Dubai International Airport ? A. 1. Consignees holding a UAE federal or Dubai
Economic Department licence or any of the four Free Zone licences. 2. Agents …
Q. Who may clear cargo through customs at Jebel Ali and Port Rashid Terminals
or Dubai International Airport ? A. 1. Consignees holding a UAE federal or Dubai
Economic Department licence or any of the four Free Zone licences. 2. Agents …
… office is to be located (e.g., Abu Dhabi or Dubai), it should be noted that
registration entails submitting a number of applications and obtaining a number
of approvals from several government departments. After the application is
approved by …
As you stand amongst the rising towers of Sheikh Zayed Road (see page 75) or
Dubai Marina (see page 91 ), it's easy to imagine that Dubai has very little
beyond the grand designs of Sheikh Mohammed. Emiratis themselves have
certainly …
For smaller items, or those that have to be delivered quickly, air freight is better,
and the items can be tracked; again, it is worth shopping around for deals,
especially during Dubai Shopping Festival or Dubai Summer Surprises. Empost (
286 …
Hand-in-hand with this development of national fashion is the exciting
emergence of several young Emirati and Dubai-born expat or Dubai-based
designers (see the boxed text, above), whose designs experiment in a tongue-in-
cheek fashion …
… a company car is provided as well as accommodations in one of the better
neighborhoods of Abu Dhabi or Dubai, along with a paid holiday home for a
month or more. Although it is illegal, employers of migrant laborers in the UAE
often force …
Accordingly, in a commercial transaction, Dubai Court will have jurisdiction if the
Defendant is domiciled in Dubai or Dubai is the jurisdiction where the contract
was executed, implemented or partly implemented. It is evident from the facts …
The stem and stern posts are sewn onto the body of the boat with kumbar, coir,
rope over coir padding; the coir comes from the Comoros and I buy it in Masqat or
Dubai. Kumbar rope is made like any other, you wet it and beat it, and roll it on …
Jebel Ali Free Zone or Dubai Airport Free Zone issues the following five licences
for trading, industrial production and services:328 - General Trading Licence:
permits to import, export, distribute and store items of any category complying
with …
A simple, uneducated trader in the markets of Kuwait or Dubai is able to
accumulate great wealth, but the art of commerce is part of his inherited traditions
. □ Openmindedness — these states are benefiting greatly from the expatriate
experts …
Most people will arrive either via Sharjah International Airport or Dubai
International Airport. Sharjah centre is around 15 kilometres from Sharjah Airport
and 20 minutes taxi ride from Dubai International Airport (dependent upon traffic).
There is …
Australia, Canada, Italy, Singapore, or Dubai would have more limited financial
resources than the larger countries but still sufficient to construct a Space
Elevator. Each could find $1 billion each year for ten years. Just look at the multi-
billion …
or+Dubai
Daallo Airlines and Jubba Airways both y from Djibouti to Hargeisa twice a week
and tickets cost around US$120/235 one-way/return – signicantly cheaper than
ights from Nairobi or Dubai, although this will probably balance out against the …
… Arab Emirates, particularly Dubai, has become home to dozens of
transnational corporations such as Microsoft, Siemens, and Reuters, which are
among the hundreds of companies calling Dubai Media City or Dubai Internet
City home.
As individuals strive to find their own place in the “new India” and create a
globalized lifestyle, be it in Gurgaon, Bangalore, the Silicon Valley, or Dubai, they
often find themselves trapped within new structures of power; their hopes
squashed …
(in millions of dollars or dollar equivalents) clearer than on debt of DW's
consolidated or Dubai Inc.'s. Annex Table 1. Dubai: Profile of Publicly-Held Debt
in the Form of Bonds and Syndicated Loans 1/ 2/ 17. Information on debt within
the DW …
or+Dubai
Within this total, GD and GD-guaranteed debt is about $35 billion (40 percent of
Dubai GDP). 17. Information on debt within the DW standstill perimeter has
become clearer than on debt of DW's consolidated or Dubai Inc.'s debt. At this
time …
Mrs Ramachandran —> Kuwait and Mr Mahaptra —-> Dubai (a) Now Chaturvedi
has to go to one of Kuwait or Dubai. Mrs Shering goes to either Stockholm or
Oslo. Now the two officers remaining are Mr Dandekar and Mr Gopinath. They
have …
All of us guys just sit around discussing the last time we went to Bahrain or Dubai
on business or layovers, and what hotel we stayed in or disco we went to. We talk
about the pool and bar at the Chicago Hotel in Dubai, a favorite of everyone's …
… quite ready to defy the United States and denominate oil trading in euros. For
the moment at least, they are trading either in U.S. dollars or in local currencies,
but they probably will trade in euros within the decade in Iran, Qatar, or Dubai.
Conversely, the holder of an Al-Ain or Sharjah or Dubai trade licence may not do
business within the city of Abu Dhabi without first obtaining an Abu Dhabi trade
licence. Special requirements for certain businesses are the following: (1) An …
Since the early 1970s, when it had a definite center around a natural inlet, the
Khor Dubai or Dubai Creek, the city has exploded into its present form. The
sprawl of Dubai is not a simple product of technical requirements or an innocent
canvas …
There was a porential rension here berween the heavily 'local' or Dubai-specific
chatacrer of such programming and the Pan-Arabic aspitations of the straregic
concepr. This could be off-ser by commissioned programming, of which it was …
That's quite a mouthful, and the name has sometimes been abbreviated as the
Dubai-American JIHEd or Dubai JIHEd. Which can easily become the Dubai
Jihad, or at least that's my take on it." "What about the connection with Prakash …
Rather than transacting in cash, some clients wire funds to a correspondent
account in Peshawar or Dubai, and upon confirmation of receipt of funds, the
counterpart is released immediately at the desired destination. Some 10 to 15 of
the …
A second treatment was applied to traffic emissions in order to take into account
the lessening of traffic density away from either the Sharjah or Dubai city centers.
The following weighting schemes were used, fS(x,y) = e−(x2−x2s)/σ2S …
Rather than conducting transactions in cash, some clients wire funds to a
correspondent account in Peshawar or Dubai, and upon confirmation of receipt of
funds, the counterpart is released immediately at the desired destination. Some
10–15 …
Aleppo or Dubai, the Tuniso-Libyan. Moroccan or African one in Marseilles or
Dubai. Conclusion Immigrant entrepreneurship is not new in France. It dates
back to the 1 920s and 1 930s at least, when it was targeted by the discriminatory …
or+Dubai
;
the+decoration+of+the+room+was the+decoration+of+the+room+was
77), which he then soon sent to Theo in Paris.2' It could not have been long after
mid-November, however, that the decoration of the room was begun, since all
four walls were reported as fullv decorated in a letter of December 13 from de …
The two that were at the end ofthe room that enclosed the fireplace seemed to be
slightly larger. The other striking feature in the decoration of the room was the
colour of the wallpaper that was covering the walls, it was dark green. The colour …
The decoration of the room was finally completed by the artist in 1530 for a
supplementary sum of 60 florins.32 The painting of the council chamber was not
simply a public commission of the 97 The Humiliation of the Emperor Valerian by
the …
,
In reality, I haven't been there in over twenty years." Having achieved great
personal success and having moved to a middle-class reality, this African
American gentleman began to experience a distance from other African
Americans who …
Fritz Perls thought that the term technique sounded manipulative and controlling,
but in reality he used several methods to engage and influence clients (Cottone,
1992). Angermann (1998) relates that “Gestaltists are not 'stuffy' people; they …
(T) (F) In reality therapy, group members must take responsibility for themselves
to gain control in their lives. 16. (T) (F) The therapist in reality therapy becomes
quite involved with the clients' lives. 17. (T) (F) According to reality therapy, the …
The relative strengths of these needs are reflected in people's personalities.
According to reality therapy, all behavior is purposeful and is directed at
satisfying these needs. Procedures involved in reality therapy are reflected by …
In reality, different clients may respond better to one type of intervention than to
another. Even during the course of an individual's therapy, different interventions
may be needed at different times. Practitioners should acquire a broad base of …
If this book were about my personal taste in reality programmes then you might
learn a lot about me, but little about the social phenomenon of reality TV. So,
what is this book about? Reality TV is about the development of a television
genre …
Introduction. Laurie. Ouellette. and. Susan. Murray. In May 2007, the Dutch public
television network BNN announced that it would soon air The Big Donor Show, a
reality program in which a 37-yearold woman who is dying from a brain tumor …
… eng an die bürgerliche, heterosexuelle, weiße Mittelschicht und ihre Normen
gebunden bleiben. Zugleich sind solche Ansprachen ..weiblicher" Expertise, so
McMurria (2008: 318), ökonomisch motiviert; er zeigt, wie diese in Reality-Shows …
… exception to this prohibition is "fair use" as defined by U.S. copyright law.
Manufactured in the United States of America For Ava and Aaron, who ground
me in reality, inspire.
In other words, those who feel power through dominance and control (Power
Over) are living in Reality I. Those who feel … It seems that we live in a world that
cannot yet accept Reality II while the dangers of remaining in Reality I become …
But some settings, characters, or events might have a referent in reality, and the
reader would then be justified in assuming that central … But even if there is no
immediate referent in reality, reference will usually be made to reality, be it in …
In Reality-TV wird Realität nachinszeniert. Teile des Programms, z.B. die
Interviews, sind laut Mielich (1996) sogar als „PseudoEreignisse", d.h. Ereignisse
, die ohne Medienpräsenz und ohne Ausblick auf die Medienberichterstattung
nicht …
If in the dream I had to look up at the patient in this fashion, in reality I had
probably been looking down on her. Dreams are, after all, compensations for the
conscious attitude. I told her of the dream and my interpretation. This produced
an …
However, on this point I should like to emphasize that it is important to see clearly
that this is in reality not the whole truth but only one possible view, the one by an
external observer. However, since this is Coseriu's fundamental view he draws …
,
inspired
by an advertisement photograph
,
taken
from a German luxury publication
,
One of the Gates of the Emirates Palace Hotel in Abu Dhabi Side view of the
driveway to the main entrance, Emirates Palace Hotel in Abu Dhabi Water
fountains of Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi. This hotel. 37 Only in UAE, ifyou
DARE!
… with logos or selected engravings. The machine calculates the market price of
gold every 10 minutes. In May 2010 another Gold to Go machine was installed in
the lobby of the Emirates Palace Hotel in Abu Dhabi. Source: Behler, Liz. 2010.
.
Koons’s forehead was
Leaf-blades to 35 x 1 7 cm. oblong to obovate, obtuse or bluntly acuminate,
cordate at base, slightly leathery, hairless when mature, slightly shiny above, dull
beneath; lateral veins 10-17. raised beneath. Leaf-stalks 2-4 cm, brown-hairy,
flaky.
… very shortly acuminate; leaf-stalks not spotted 24. nakaiana, see 'Pastures New
' Leaves slightly shiny yellowish green above, densely white-bloomed below 8.
hypoleuca Leaves dull or glaucous and midgreen to dark green above, if slightly …
Roughly oval; edges chipped. 5* (Kph.l. 14) Obsidian tool (category 6) PI. 70
Found near surface. Intact. L. 0.033, W. 0.032, Th. 0.009. Dark gray; surface
slightly shiny. Thick flake with notches giving a cruciform outline, flattened at one
edge.
… pectinations 5-6x longer than breadth of shaft in dorsal view at segment 15, 4-
5x longer at segment 25, sensory hairs on pectinations short. Legs not so
intensely shiny as thorax. Abdomen dark greenish brown, slightly shiny but not
metallic.
… outer surface closely striatopunctate and interspaces roughened and dull; front
of head dull to slightly shiny Cuauhtemoc, new species 3a Mandible smooth and
shiny between fine punctures separated by two puncture diameters or more; …
1 mm wide, slightly shiny and fleshy, veins obscure, toothed to entire, margins
with fine teeth more numerous near the apex, base decurrent and c. 1 mm long,
apices tipped with a tan bristle 0.5-1 mm long. I STEM Horizontal, leafy, on the …
slightly+shiny slightly+shiny
C. microphyllus 12 /HDYHV PRVWO\ [ DV ORQJ DV ZLGH 13 12 Leaves <2x as
long as wide 15 13 Fruits bright red, shiny; leaves mid-green and slightly shiny
on upperside 36. C. conspicuus 13 Fruits crimson, dull; leaves dark green and …
Stamens: anthers 0.5-0.7 mm long, faintly hairy. Ovary dark brownish, ribbed,
slightly appressedly hairy on the ribs in apical part, or glabrous; ovules 9-14. Fruit
1 .2 cm diam., blackish, slightly shiny, finely pustulate ; pericarp rather thin, hard.
C. microphyllus 9 Leaves mostly >2x as long as wide 10 9 Leaves <2x as long as
wide 1 2 1 0 Fruits bright red, shiny; leaves mid-green and slightly shiny on
upperside 22. C. conspicuus 1 0 Fruits crimson, dull; leaves 380 77. ROSACEAE.
Body surface mostly smooth and very slightly shiny, the mesonotum granulose
anteriorly and armed with some spines and spiniform projections along the
lateral margins and two pairs of spines/projections in the anterior third. General
colour …
Linen Linen is a fiber obtained from flax plants. It feels cool, is slightly shiny,
relatively stiff, but not very pliant. Linen yarn is best suited for summer clothing,
since it provides little warmth and rapidly evaporates moisture. For hand knitting,
linen …
The powder is richer in pigment and it is easier to apply it and to control the
intensity because you apply it with a brush. All three shades are beautiful and
only slightly shiny. EYESHADOW: Bobbi Brown's © $$$ Eye Shadows ($18) have
a …
Figure 11. For synonymy, selected descriptions and icones, see Arnolds 1990.
Pileus 25-35(-53) mm wide, obtusely conical, dry, dull to slightly shiny innately
fibrillose, margin straight, not or hardly striate, slightly hygropha- nous, pastel to
light …
… usually large Variable, some are large Variable Variable, not very large{ Small
Surface Very dry, scaly, lesions look turgid Dry Dull, slightly shiny Shiny Shiny
Sensations in lesions Absent Markedly diminished Moderately diminished
Slightly …
slightly+shiny
… Leaf blade broad, less than twice as long as wide 23 22a Leaves narrowly
elliptic, upper surface slightly shiny, 5—20 mm long, glandular; iruit 7—9 mm
wide C conspicuus b Leaf shape not as above, upper surface very shiny, not
glandular, …
No growth on LKV. Circular, convex colony about 1- to 2-mm diameter. Gray to
slightly shiny. Growth on LKV. Some species form a brown-tan to black pigment
in 5 to 10 days. APPENDIX 3.4-1 Organism Gram stain characteristics* Colonial …
Very slightly shiny gray-black glaze, slightly worn. RD 0.20 m. Class: Campana A.
F46. Plate, rim fragment. NR (inv. 114) Plate 13. Red-brown clay, 3.75 YR 6/6.
Surface lightly striated. Thin shiny black glaze, worn. RD 0.24 m. Class:
Campana …
2 mm long, slightly shiny, dark brown; aril subterminal. Fig. 13D. Restricted to and
locally common in the Jerdacuttup R. area E of Ravensthorpe township in south-
western W.A. Grows in brown to pale yellow-brown clay or clay loam derived …
2 mm long, slightly shiny, dark brown; aril subterminal. Fig. 13D. Restricted to and
locally common in the Jerdacuttup R. area E of Ravensthorpe township in south-
western W.A. Grows in brown to pale yellow-brown clay or clay loam derived …
… up to2m/y 3‒4m tall,3‒5m wide Location Soil humus-rich, moist, nutrient-rich
soil humus-rich, moist, nutrient-rich soil Hardiness to 10° C to -5° C Leaf
evergreen, pinnate, dark green, slightly shiny evergreen to semi-deciduous, 3
deep green …
After washing my skin feels: a. so tight that it hurts to smile b. clean, but it gets
shiny 20 minutes later c. just fine d. slightly shiny 20 minutes later, only on the T-
zone 2. When l don't use a night cream, my skin looks: a. rough and flaky b. rather …
… Ga He It. 19. S. pvrenaica Gouan, Obs. Bat. 77, no. 8 (1773) (S. cilia ta DC).
Low shrub up to 50 cm, with ascending, reddish-brown glabrescent twigs. Leaves
ovate-elliptical, rarely obovate, with more or less rounded base, slightly shiny and …
… Markedly diminished Nil or scanty Nil Types of leprosy BB Several variable
Slightly shiny Moderately diminished Moderately diminished Moderate numbers
Nil BL Many variable Shiny Slightly diminished Slightly diminished Many Usually
nil …
… toothed (Queensland coast); surfaces concolorous or discolorous, slightly
shiny, smooth or minutely Myoporum monronum. 'Desert form' showing
bisexually functional flowers punctate, midrib slightly raised on abaxial side,
usually obscure …
… never bidentate 178 Hypopygium extending to apex of metasoma; head and
mesosoma never distinctly metallic, occasionally dark brown or black and slightly
shiny, sometimes with very weak green sheen; mandible usually bidentate (e.g., …
Current Est. Value Date Body Type Body Color Eyes Mouth 1953 Straight legs,
non walker Tannish Oval sleep Dark red 750 1954-1955 Straight legs, walker
Tannish, slightly shiny Oval sleep Dark red 700 Slightly bent legs, walker body …
… How to get a crust on a brownie or avoid a crust Recipes Include Corrupted
Black Gold cookies with a firm, slightly shiny surface, but gooey chocolate and
roasted nuts inside Butter cookies (Buttery Jelly-Jeweled Cookies) that are “to die
for.
Acaudinum longisetosum Holman Apt. matt or slightly shiny jet black, BL 1.9–3.2
mm. At stem base and root collar of Centaurea spp., especially C. scabiosa, in
spring, later also living on terminal parts of plants, attended by ants. Czech and …
… (Dal) 67,700 61,900 67,800 Shine (film) Slightly shiny Very slightly shiny White
Stickiness Sticky Not sticky Not sticky Internal stress 0 0 Moderate 1. isobornyl
acrylate)-b-(isobornyl acrylate)-co-methacryloxypropyl-tris(trimethyl siloxy)silane)
) …
Cybianthus acuminate or obtuse at apex, cuneate at base, slightly succulent
when green, drying rather thin, with minute gland dots visible with lens, green to
dark green and slightly shiny above, dull and light green beneath; petioles 4-6
mm …
In the multiple-choice experiments, rectangular (1 m x 2m) test surfaces (shiny
black plastic sheet, shiny white plastic sheet, shiny aluminium foil, slightly shiny
black cloth, matt black cloth, matt white cloth) were laid on the asphalt road near …
LF 1-2.5 cm; petiole < 5 mm; blade oblong, elliptic, or ± round, tip obtuse to
abruptly pointed, margin ± spiny to toothed, teeth abruptly pointed, upper surface
slightly shiny, green, lower surface finely tomentose, becoming glabrous, dull,
pale …
Clay-soils of medium plasticity exhibit a dull to slightly shiny smeared surface.
Clay-soils of high plasticity exhibit a smeared surface having a shiny to waxy
appearance. (i) Identification of Organic Silts. — Identify the overall plasticity of
the …
Jed shaded it
with his brush
He looked at me, touched the ball with his foot, and stepped back three paces.
The referee blew his whistle. Gino's head snapped up and he sprang forward —
one, two, three steps. I catapulted myself into the air, high and to his left. But Gino …
He bowed deeply and stepped back three paces, turned, and headed out about
his duty. “I don't know if it's just me or what, but it seems awfully hungry in here
right now.” He turned to yet another servant. “Please go to the kitchens and ask …
Keru nodded, took a deep breath, and stepped back three paces, his heart racing
. You don't know how much you miss the adventure until it's gone, he thought.
Sprinting forward, he launched himself off the ledge and into the cool morning air.
Surprised by the sultriness of the strange woman's voice, Sarah offered a quick “
hello” and stepped back three paces more. The danker beast was strong and
awful. “Danker beast.” The woman laughed revealing a set of tiny, even teeth that …
The Arab waved his hands towards the swords and said something that could
have meant only one thing: Choose! I approached and, without any hesitation,
pulled one out. I tested the way it lay in my hand and stepped back three paces.
The Arab waved his hands towards the swords and said something that could
have meant only one thing: Choose! I approached and, without any hesitation,
pulled one out. I tested the way it lay in my hand and stepped back three paces.
As gasps and loud whispers began rippling through the congregation, the
Archbishop cautiously reached out his hand to Jaren and led him to the edge of
the dais. He bowed, and stepped back three paces. "I present to you, His Royal
Majesty, …
Wade stood upright and stepped back three paces. “The window‟s unlocked.” “
No, you need to invite me in. I‟m a vampire. I can only come in if you invite me.
Stupid rule, really.” Wade‟s grin grew broader yet. “A vampire? Are you gonna …
There was
It is most certainly a problem for animals, and thus it is hard to argue that it is not
a problem for the God Who willed we live together, not at the expense of the other
. A note sounded by Richard Land, Director of the CLC, in saying that "animals...
Here we have what has been called a paradox, certainly a problem. This is a
present problem; it was also a past problem, one which existed before, and our
present job, in relation to this past and present difficulty, is to try to think our way
past …
certainly+a+problem certainly+a+problem certainly+a+problem
This is certainly a problem which deserves a more detailed study than is possible
in the present context, though a brief review of the key arguments may be useful.
It has been suggested 29 that in the Memphite Theology the god Ptah is …
… has a self-explanatory meaning.) A straightforward generalization of this would
be the following: Problem 20. Let p < w.^, £ + 1 < £. Does then hold! This is
certainly a problem of type (A) and we UNSOLVED PROBLEMS IN SET THEORY
27.
DENT: It was certainly a problem FST faced. especially when we decided to focus
on New Orleans. One of the things that made black community theatres
distinctive - especially those in the South - was that we were consciously
directing our …
certainly+a+problem
Body habitus is certainly a problem because of the patient's size and fat content.
Contrast is certainly too low, and there is too much density on the film. At first the
film appears to be overpenetrated, but the KvP used was 90 and this would not …
And certainly in that they have taken this off the Web site, it indicates that there is
certainly a problem with the President going over his speech word-by-word, line-
byline. Mr. CONRAD. I say to the Senator, I have not said anything for weeks on …
These are: (a) it is not a problem (b) it may well be a problem but it is being
exaggerated (c) it is indeed a problem but it is being badly expressed (d) it is
certainly a problem but it is being grossly/obsessional 1\ / hysterically formulated
(e) it is of …
Based on the case in the 1999 paper as it attempts to account for (what is
certainly a problem in the novels) Montgomery's inscription of 'foreignness' in and
around Avonlea, we might see the argument in 'Lesbian Desire in L.M.
Montgomery's …
If one experiences several unexplained fliers in a single shooting session, there
is certainly a problem somewhere. If the ammunition is at fault, it's simply
unfortunate and there's nothing that will correct the matter short of trying
something else.
Perhaps such a problem resulted merely from a breakdown in communication
flow within an organization. While this is certainly a problem that must be
addressed, it is not one that needs research to be undertaken by a marketing
department.
certainly+a+problem
Mixed ms were certainly a problem for her, and although she r from happy at the
outcome of the evening for herself, as happy to see Jane at last appearing to be
not just :d but overjoyed with her lot.' Jason was a nice gentleman ;ure, just the …
Unlimited wants alone are not a problem, but certainly a problem exists when
unlimited wants are combined with a limited means of satisfying those wants. The
production of any good on our wish list uses up resources. Then scarcity sets in.
Here we have what has been called a paradox, certainly a problem. This is a
present problem; it was also a past problem, one which existed before; and our
present job, in relation to this past and present difficulty, is to try to think our way
past …
It's almost certainly a problem with the trackball unit itself. The up/down roller is
broken or is so dirty that its contacts aren't registering. Clean it thoroughly and try
again. If the problem persists, replace the unit. Chapter 17 Troubleshooting Boot …
certainly+a+problem
Scalability is certainly a problem for DVMRP, and this is probably its biggest
failing, but its designers did try to address some of the shortcomings of RIP. The
fact that DVMRP supports a programmable infinity is testament to this, and the
fact …
… that all of the crimes were tried in the courts indicates that central authority was
still working efficiently. There was certainly a problem in the succession:
Ramesses Ill's immediate successors had short reigns, and there is some
evidence that …
But it is certainly true that some of the most aware and intelligent writers of our
time see the problem of exhaustion of fictional possibilities as a real problem —
and it is certainly a problem to which the poetics of structuralism contributes.
In Hong Kong and Quito, Ecuador, for example, estimates run as high as 50
percent of all married women are regularly beaten by their husbands.49 Though
domestic violence is certainly a problem in other countries, it also appears that
rates …
… is certainly a problem if the survey's assessment of the frequency of particular
forms of 'high-risk' sexual behaviour is inaccurate, given that such information is
likely to be central to the epidemiological models. However, the problem here is …
While building material prices have been rising, contractors have been very
quickly in the last three to four years to 1.45m so this is certainly a problem that
has to be solved.” PLENTY IN THE PIPELINE: In total, the government estimates
that …
I don't know how serious that picking is; but, yes, it's certainly a problem. Q186 Mr
Love: Looking across the names of the sectors that have been chosen, do you
think that they were chosen because they think the UK has some comparative …
Finally, any occurrence of that much interruption in 5 months means the highest
priority is given to solving what is almost certainly a problem. These monitoring
criteria are normally applied within an automatic or periodic monitoring process, …
While these actions may be intended as helpful, and are certainly paternalistic,
the unintended consequence is frequently that the poor and illiterate are driven
away from the very sources of care that they need. This is certainly a problem.
Routine diagnostics of spinal trauma using MRI is still certainly a problem
because there are only very limited possibilities of monitoring vital signs during
the diagnostic work-up. Nevertheless, it should be remembered that, e.g., the
diagnostics …
Sometimes circumstances are better. Sometimes learners get richer feedback,
and sometimes relatively sparse feedback is enough. But it's not an uncommon
problem, and it was certainly a problem there. Whatever we do about working on …
It is certainly a problem that the legalisation of euthanasia could be open to
abuse. People could be put under duress and forced to sign agreements that
they want to die, for example by unscrupulous relatives who want their
inheritance or in …
David Obey, has stated well the concerns that many of us have with respect to
some provisions of the bill that would, in this case, cut legal services to the poor;
and the stripping of the Sanders amendment was certainly a problem because
that …
This is no big problem, but the allowed execution time is certainly a problem. The
allowed processing time for the loop is now approximately tp =(5·10−6)/256=19
ns which is definitely not possible, even if using a top speed DSP of today.
certainly+a+problem
… the actual existence and nature of things) and verifiable a posteriori. There is
certainly a problem in claiming to know the general or universal existential
propositions and the existence of objects not actually perceived which are
required …
All of these works might be described as humorous, but lewd, with Koons often
grinning with the kind of look associated with the flourishing of certain vices."
Some may view his works as erotic or pornographic, depending on one's
background, …
Prior to her involvement with Koons, Staller (also known as 'La Cicciolina') had
been an erotic performance artist (appearing in a number of pornographic films)
as well as a member of the Italian parliament. In response to the lukewarm critical …
… principles render Koons' argument untenable. Indeed, because the coming into
being of the cosmos is plausibly a first event, principle (8*) is not strong enough,
together with Koons' other premises, to infer that the cosmos has a cause. And …
The Court of Appeals disagreed with Koons, finding that the owner of the
copyright need only show that "if the unauthorized use becomes 'widespread' it
would prejudice his potential market for his work." Therefore, the court would
consider …
with+Koons
It is obviously not implausible that another artist, who would be willing to
purchase the rights from Rogers, would want to produce a sculpture like Rogers'
photo and, with Koons' work extant, such market is reduced. Similarly, defendants
could …
Mr. JEFF KOONS (Artist): Wow, Dr. J. (Footage of Safer with Koons; Spalding
basketball shou SAFER; (Voiceover) And back in his New York studic more
where that came from, and a slightly shaky versi means. • • •: 'i. : •'•, ', 'lirii, .. 1.1 -v:'
:"I..;.
… the constant political ploys and maneuvers of the chairman."46 Under Haskell,
critics had denounced LURC's attempts to plan their future; with Koons in charge,
another set of critics denounced the agency's lack of commitment to planning.
Others listed with Koons when the invasion grated on the Dieppe beach were
Staff Sergeant Ken Stempson, a former railroad employee at Russell; Sergeant
Alex Szima, 22, a former bartender at Dayton; and Corp. Brady, 23, a magazine …
However, his objects are not the disinterested objects and forms of modernism.
His huge bunny and puppy figures are familiar icons which most people
recognise as toys. The connection that viewers have with Koons' work is firstly
through the …
With Koons, there is no return;6 with McCollum, no repression (indeed, what
would it mean to think of dinosaur relics as repressed?)7 If found objects have
not found themselves an adequate theory, then, it may be because they haven't
felt the …
… have lost some: It is obviously not implausible that another artist, who would be
willing to purchase the rights from Rogers, would want to produce a sculpture like
Rogers' photo and, with Koons' work extant, such market is reduced. Similarly …
As the scene with Koons ends,the dream or memory jams into wakeful reality.
The cut from Koons's downward gesture to the adult Butch springing up from
sleep yields the sensation of the adult rather than the boy receiving the watch
proffered …
Skeptical as he was toward the notion of the postmodern artist as politically
radical, he held out little hope that art could do anything more than flirt with
politics. In the conversation with Koons and Graw mentioned above, Herold
dismissed the …
With Koons, there is unashamed exhilaration in the banal. Following the model of
Warhol, he neither disdained banality nor found a political raison d'étre to support
it, but embraced this arena with gusto. Some of Warhol's most celebrated …
Photographers leapt from the warmth of their vehicles and once again began
shooting video and snapping pictures with telephoto lenses. Tibbs limped along
trying to catch up with Koons, who waited impatiently at the front door, his face …
A ceremony followed with Koons Garcia and Weir immersing themselves in the
Ganges. When they returned to San Francisco, Garcia's remaining ashes were
scattered in the San Francisco Bay on the morning of April 15, 1996. On that day …
1 As this chapter will show, rather than Newton, a comparison to Don Quixote
would have been more apt, with Koons as Sancho Panza. The man from La
Mancha would almost certainly have embraced what Dembski has so far
presented as …
… Broad Art Foundation, as yet, has no permanent gallery of its own for its
holdings of more than seven hundred works by a hundred contemporary artists,
with Koons, Basquiat, Warhol, Sherman, Holzer and Salle particularly well
represented.
The Commandos with Koons and Szima were soon greatly outgunned and
outnumbered, but they were spared further blows when Lovat's encircling force
ambushed a platoon of Germans moving up to reinforce the counterattack.
W. C. McBirney, a freshman in Austin Hall, who had practiced with Koons, had
eaten several big, juicy T-bone steaks. They had probably tasted too good, his
stomach couldn't handle the overload, and now he was having a hard time riding
his …
Despite these limitations, the meta-analysis coupled with Koons et al.'s (1997)
qualitative review provides an excellent starting point for the creation of a gender-
informed responsivity principle. FEMINIST THERAPY Feminist therapy has …
In the same conversation with Koons and Graw, he dismissed the incorporation
of the political if it were to be used as a “moral justification” for the work.35 Still,
he admitted to not being able to completely isolate himself from this risk: “
Naturally, …
because he lived on “the other side of the tracks,” just as I wasn't supposed to
play with Koons after his daddy was arrested for stealing milk off of porches, and I
was absolutely forbidden to play with Helen Smith after her mom was arrested for …
with+Koons
Then he started in about his night with Koons, and then we laughed, and then he
fucked off. 'So how's your show going?' he asks me now. It's something to say. '
Fine.' 'Where's the gallery?' 'Bethnal Green.' 'What's it called?' 'The Doodlebug.
The Japanese died to a man—42 of them-—with Koons shooting most of them
himself. And Pfc. Moore was hurriedly carried to a battalion aid station, where his
numerous wounds and bruises were bandaged and he awoke to hear the news …
ART AND PROFESSIONALISM Claude Hirst was part of the large influx of
women entering the arts professions during the second half of the nineteenth
century. This period, especially after Reconstruction, saw an enormous increase
in …
Für die Finanzierung sorgte der Industrielle Sir John Brunner, ein radikal-
liberaler Unterhausabgeordneter und Präsident der neu gegründeten National
Liberal Foundation, zusammen mit 16 „Mr. Hirst was a truc fanatic", erinnerte sich
ein …
as a lucid and inspiring teacher. a lively and tenacious debater and an effective
and far-sighted educational leader. Hirst was brought up in an austere. unworldly
and morally earnest home dominated by fundamentalist evangelical Christianity …
A partner in the business of Tucker & Company, wine and spirit merchants, Hirst
was the son of George R. and Caroline L. … Hirst was also an observer of double
stars; his measurements were published in the Monthly Notices of the Royal …
The Sessions held, that James Hirst was emancipated when his father Arthur
Hirst acquired such settlement in Soylaud. If the Court of Queen's Bench should
be of opinion that James Hirst was unemaucipated at the time when such
settlement …
Hirst+was
Hirst was able to smash the thick and opaque lenses of tradition in the
established art world, and in doing so unleashed a blinding light of innovation. In
turn, Hirst's innovative approach saw the emergence of a new market space, a
space in …
Miss Hirst was inspired to paint a group of the untidy landscapist's belongings,
which sold immediately. Since the sale of that picture Miss Hirst has painted
nothing but old books and pipes, and always on an eight-by- ten-inch canvas.
Because …
Because Hirst was so young, his journal is explicit about activities that most
readers took for granted. Hirst read Vestiges when he was defining his personal
faith, his sense of himself, and his vocation in life. Tyndall described him as “our
junior …
The irony was that Hirst was often referred to as the new Warhol. During the late
1980s he helped revive a moribund London art scene. In 1988, Hirst organized a
controversial exhibition of his fellow students at Goldsmiths College called …
Hirst was a medical doctor. His wife passed on to the News two letters from him.
Late in 1942 he was in England, where for a moment he and another officer
became young men again. They had stopped at a motorcycle shop whose
proprietor …
And finally, quite simply, something was better than nothing. Given these
circumstances, the U.S. attorneys decided to seek a civil settlement with Tenet.
Hirst was asked to propose it to Stevens, which he did. Stevens liked the idea
because he …
Mrs Hirst was confused and riddled with guilt and just wanted to do the best for
her baby. Presenting complaint: Bethany, an otherwise healthy and thriving baby,
had had eczema for the past month. Her mother had come to the outpatient …
Hirst+was
The first animal Mayer mounted for Hirst was an upright grizzly bear posed in the
Victorian style for Last Night I Dreamed That I Didn't Have a Head (Guggenheim
Museum, Bilbao). (She used conventional taxidermy because the bear was too …
Jane Roland Martin«s spirited attack onwhat she seesas contemporary
attemptsto resurrect anddefend athreatenedawhite man«sculture« might call that
debate to mind, wereit not for thefactthatshe recognises that Hirst was carefulto
avoid …
Hirst+was
Peel had staggered down to breakfast at the professionals' modest hotel while
Hirst was eating. Few kindlier men than George Hirst have ever played cricket for
either Yorkshire or England. He knew that if Bobby reported for duty in a 'proper …
Hirst was married in New York on June 18, 1901, to William Crothers Fitler, a
landscape painter and illustrator from Philadelphia. Both of them exhibited at the
Art Institute of Chicago annually from 1891 until well into the twentieth century,
but …
Hirst was also prominently featured in the “Sensations” show— this time with a
number of segmented cows preserved in formaldehyde, provoking the usual “
You call this stuff art?” commentary from America's legion of conservative culture …
Hirst was born in Leeds, an unlovely industrial city- in Britain's North Country.
Imagine Pittsburgh with less joie de vivre. His family was middle-class— middle-
middle; his father was an automobile salesman — but his mother was an amateur …
Hirst+was Hirst+was Hirst+was
The death of our friend and mentor Sir Edmund Hirst was briefly noted in the
Preface to Volume 32. A full account of his career and wide-ranging
achievements is given here by Stacey (Birmingham) and Manners (Edinburgh).
The Subject …
Hirst+was
One of my first friends was Gordon Hirst. Hirst was a mediocre student; he
worried he'd be relegated to a lower stream. Thus far he'd managed to hang on
through luck and personal charm. We sat near each other and had a minor
argument.
Before returning to ORNL in June 1975, Mr. Hirst was Director, Office of
Transportation Research in the Federal Energy Administration. There he was
responsible for the co-ordination, development, funding, and management of
transportation …
Hirst, John (1736-1815) — Hirst was born in Rochdale and converted through the
preaching of the Methodists. … A few months later Piccop died and on 31
December 1772 Hirst was installed as pastor; he would remain at Bacup until his …
Hirst was there, but the young man, almost sixteen years Sylvester's junior, was
perhaps more of a friend and protege than a friend and equal. Still, in the months
after Cayley 's departure and, in fact, for the next several years, it was to Hirst that …
Hirst+was
He was sitting in his bedroom, one leg over the arm of the chair, and Hirst was
writing a letter opposite. Hirst was quick to point out that all the difficulties
remained. 'For instance, herearetwo women you'venever seen. Suppose one of
them …
Hirst+was
In the same year, Damien Hirst was the winner of the Turner Prize. Thus, Blur and
Hirst obviosuly … While in the early 90's Hirst was still establishing himself, in the
second half of the decade he professionalized his artistic output. As Donald N.
Mrs Hirst was 'a well known member of the Women's Liberal Association' who
was not given official Liberal backing, the … A Liberal Executive member who
wished to support Mrs Hirst was allegedly warned not to do so by a 'prominent' …
basically easy to capture
:
you could make him brutal
,
Specifically, they propose that cynical behavior has important, nonlinear effects
on employee work performance. Further, they argue that cynical behavior serves
as a coping strategy for employees and may attenuate the negative relationship …
1 50 FAQit 21: The Inappropriate Affect 155 FAQ it 22: The Cynical Narcissist 157
FAQtt 23: The Narcissist as a Sadist 159 FAQ it 24: Other People's Pain 163 FAQ
it 25: The Psychology of Torture 165 FAQtt 26: Multiple Grandiosity 171 FAQ it …
I 2 THECRUXOFMlNIMALISM 35 3 THE PASSION OF THE SIGN 71 4 THE ART
OF CYNICAL REASON iI'I 5 THE RETURN OF THE REAL 127 6 THE ARTIST AS
ETHNOGRAPHER 171 7 WHATEVER HAPPENED TO POSTMODERNISM?
cynical
175 8.3 Levels of political cynicism and distrust 181 8.4 Political outlooks of the
most and least cynical 183 8.5 Who feels politically cynical? 183 9.1 Strength and
direction of party identification 191 9.2 Electoral participation by party, controlling …
Our thesis here is almost the exact opposite of this underlying premiss of Eco's
novel: in contemporary societies, democratic or totalitarian, that cynical distance,
laughter, irony, are, so to speak, part of the game. The ruling ideology is not
meant …
I conclude Chapter 2 with my initial suggestion that, in spite of Sartre's denial,
Sartre's bad faith phenomenon involves a "cynical consciousness" in which one
prepares for one's self- deceit. This is precisely the worry that generates my …
Whether they are sincere or cynical, advocates prefer dramatic statistics,
numbers that make the problem seem as serious — and the need as urgent — as
possible. The more dramatic a number's implications, the more likely it will be
repeated.
Cynical. Anti-Hero. He has given up on the world and usually works purely for his
own interest. This hero can still do great deeds, but his motivation is to help
himself first of all. The player characters in Grand Theft Auto are usually anti-
heroes, …
In this context, the hostility component represents a personality trait linked to
interpersonal behavior, and it is characterised by a pessimistic orientation to
interpersonal interactions and life in general, a cynical lack of trust generalised
toward …
Such a bombardment of information, much of which is contradictory, can cause
leaders to become cynical. While it is true the Information Age has given leaders
many new tools with which to lead, it has also placed heavy demands on leaders, …
Consequently, the patrol officer's job is extremely demanding and often
unrewarding and unappreciated. The attitudes of police officers toward the public
, not surprisingly, are sometimes characterized as being ambivalent and cynical.
11 …
You could say of one character in David Williamson's play The Removalists, that:
Sergeant Dan Simmonds is lazy, a bully, exploits the power of his position
against weaker people, and is also cynical and opportunistic. Those might be
good …
… 153 160 Chapter 5 The Cynical Legacy Introduction 5.1 Modifications to the viii
CONTENTS.
cynical
Illustrative of how marketers use these psychographic profiles for strategic
planning is the four distinct psychographic groups identified among Generation X
consumers, including cynical disdainers (pessimistic and cynical about their …
… Zyljnderkopf m auto cylinder head Zy lin der kopf dich tung / auto [cylinder]
head gasket ZyljnderschlossRR nt cylinder lock zy lind risch [tsi'lindnj] adj
cylindrical Zy-ni-ker(in) <-s, -> ['tsy:nike] m///cynic a. pej zy-nisch ['tsy:nij] I. arf/
cynical a. pej …
… cyborg anthropology- Origin In "Cyborgs and Space" (l960) Clynes and Kline
coined the term cyborg to describe the machine enhanced man thev envisioned
as necessarv for cynical reason 77 space exploration. They defined a cyborg as.
and passive and need lots of attention (they want to be mothered and showered
with gifts). Frustrations later in the oral stage may cause aggression, often in the
form of biting. Fixations here create cynical, oral-aggressive adults who exploit …
… Rock Candy Mountain Helen's Dome & Sheep Rock Elevenmile Canyon
Bucksnort Slab The Dome Little Scraggy Dome Murphy's Dome Cynical Pinnacle
Jackson Creek Dome Parachute Rock Sheep's Nose F o x t o n R o a d Pine
Junction …
However, it also may be the case that those people who are particularly cynical of
the government are more likely to … Probably both occur; radio talk shows
probably attract people who are already cynical of the government, but radio talk …
The plot of The Bostonians centers on the rivalry between Olive Chancellor, an
active feminist, with her charming and cynical cousin, Basil Ransom, when they
find themselves drawn to the same radiant young woman whose talent for public …
Some workers rejoiced, but others were wary. And many managers led in their
old ways. In time, people became cynical of empowerment, too, and saw this as
another unkept promise. "Pride and Professionalism are the key," said other
gurus.
… Yin Jinan 157 APATHY AND DECONSTRUCTION IN POST-'89 ART:
ANALYZING THE TRENDS OF “CYNICAL REALISM” AND “POLITICAL POP” (
1992) By Li Xianting 167 APPENDIX THE MISREAD GREAT CRITICISM (DA
PIPAN) (2008) …
in an “I shit
The "Significant Experience" Question Evaluate a significant experience,
achievement, risk you have taken, or ethical dilemma you have faced and its
impact on you. So you haven't won a lottery, performed on American Idol, or
ridden your …
If you wish to pursue this point further, find a friend who will help with a simple
experiment. Give your friend a shove. At the same time you are pushing, you will
feel a force being exerted on you, regardless of whether your friend pushes back.
JANUARY PM January 2005 Volume 182 No.l FEATURES 56 Who's Spying On
You? PM investigates the lack of privacy in America — and tells how to fight back.
62 Tools We Love A dozen gifted craftsmen name their favorite tools.
… power, momentum, force, mass, weight, distance, velocity, acceleration, and so
on. (You may not be familiar with some of these terms. If you don't know what they
mean, don't worry about it now; they'll all be defined in this or future chapters.) …
on+you
There are unmistakable allusions to him in various songs, in particular the
haunting 'Shine On You Crazy Diamond' from the 1975 album Wish You Were
Here. In many respects he has never really left the band. And, just as the
remaining …
contents preface vii one The It in the I 1 two Shame on You 31 three The Power of
Evil and the Power of Love 57 four On a More Impersonal Note 89 conclusion
119 preface Psychoanalysis seems to be about the things that matter Contents.
… Disappeared on You . . .108 10 He's Just Not That Into You If He's Married (and
Other Insane Variations of Being Unavailable) . . . . . .119 11 He's Just Not That
Into You If He's a Selfish Jerk, a Bully, or a Really Big Freak …
on+you
Pour the ether layer (without any water) from the top of the separatory funnel into
a clean, dry Erlenmeyer flask. Add about 1 g of anhydrous sodium sulfate to dry
the ether layer. If all the sodium sulfate clumps together when the mixture is …
… Your Knowledge 97 • Important Equations 98 •Exercises 98 • Answers to
Confidence Exercises 99 ON THE WEB 99 Chapter 5 Temperature and Heat 100
101 105 5.1 Temperature 5.2 Heat 104 HIGHLIGHT Freezing from the Top Down
and …
… Inf. walked all over. downward, adj. 1. heading down, descending, going down,
moving down, sliding, slipping. — adv. 2. in descending order, from the source or
beginning, from the top, toward the extremities, down, downwards. downy, adj.
His the effective height of the rack-defined as the height of the rack minus the
distance that a new shelf can be placed from the top. • ikx is the number of units
of product i placed on shelf k, • iw is the width of product i, • ih is the height of
product …
of+my+pile
At the moment that my pile contains the same number of cards as your packet,
say nothing, but note the card that is momentarily showing on the top of my pile. "
Now that I have completed my pile, pick a number between one and 10." Subject: …
of+my+pile of+my+pile of+my+pile
… of the power of steam. The whole of the piles for this great work were speedily
driven in. The wall was constructed, and the docks were completed in an
unusually short time. The success of my pile-driver was followed by numerous
orders.
of+my+pile of+my+pile of+my+pile
He spoke admiring the size of my pile. I had cleaned out most of the easy stuff in
the junk pile. What was left I would have to really work for. When the junk man
finally came I walked out to the end of the driveway where his truck was stopped.
Santa finds himself a place on the top of my pile of losses. A red magic marker
and its cover represent the inconsequential “things” we lose. Shoes, keys,
treasured stuffed animals, items of clothing carelessly left behind. It represents
the items …
of+my+pile
At some point I left my seat, and while I was away, part of my pile disappeared
altogether. The polling agent who was with me said she saw someone remove
some of the ballots from the table, but could not tell me who. I reported this to the …
I visually judged the weight of my pile and put the larger rock aside. Looking
through my personal chest, I realized that even among my meager belongings, I
wanted more than I needed. For instance, the many mementos of Artroro that
people …
of+my+pile
I took handfuls of compost from the bottom of my pile and tossed it onto the
screen. Most of the compost slid down the screen, and hardly anything fell
through it into the box, but I kept trying, screening the compost the best I could
and tossing …
… of cloth that went with it out of my pile. Thanks to the enthusiasm of my
companions the night before, I could now identify most of the objects Damaspia
had sent me, though I still had no clear understanding of how to use them. I
decided to try.
My knuckles reddened and raw from the lye soap I used for washing. He placed a
hand on top of my pile, to stay me from rising. “They are.” He reached out to touch
the back of one of my hands. “Your fingers are so . . . slender. Hands so neat .
of+my+pile
In ten minutes his efforts exceeded the size of my pile. My father would remind
me it's not how hard I swing; it was sticking with it so I could develop my strength.
It was sharpening my blade so I could do more with less effort, and it was
knowing …
Since there did not appear to be any special urgency to my colleague's request, I
placed it at the bottom of my pile of things … Please note that I was not unduly
penalizing my business colleague by placing his request at the bottom of my pile.
of+my+pile of+my+pile
As they wheeled in over me on their way down the lake, one of the youngsters
caught the gleam of my pile of chub among the rocks. Pip, ch 'weee! he whistled,
and down they came, both of them, like rockets. They were hungry; here were fish …
"Not yet. It's on the top of my pile, though." I had learned this response from
listening to the other editors. It's on the top of my pile! was somehow supposed to
be soothing to authors who had been on pins and needles for months and
months.
of+my+pile
Bad experiences include managers who are unable to explain in simple terms
what they do. "A hedge fund manager that cannot explain to me his investment
objective in a precise format will fall to the bottom of my pile. If he can't explain to
me …
I then set my harvested celery down and watched it sink underwater; just the tips
of the leaves showed to remind me where I should set the rest of my pile often
before continuing down the bed. It was quite an adventure. juice, your favorite
fresh …
I looked down at the list of titles on top of my pile of papers. They all seemed
somewhat unsuitable in light of recent events. American Psycho, The Wasp
Factory, Trainspotting. I wondered who had put the list together, and what they
were trying …
When a book gets a lot of favorable buzz, and I have not read it yet, it moves to
the top of my pile. I read the starred reviews in School Library Journal, Horn Book
, and Booklist as well as the books reviewed by VOYA with high ratings. This also …
Zitora added the sandals to the top of my pile. “I really can't take all of this.” I tried
to give the clothes back. “I came for advice, not your entire wardrobe.” I planned
to go to the market. With the return of the Citadel's residents, the shops remained …
… to do at Taliesin waking in dread — of 'What now! I am at the bottom of my pile!
The reserve that stood between me and utter defeat.' But that defeat was only
material defeat out of which had it come at any time I might have won real
success.
This book is on the top of my pile of books to read! On becoming a scientist 18. I
Wish I'd Made You Angry Earlier: Essays on Science, Scientists and Humanity by
Max F. Perutz (Cold Spring Harbor Press). In the last couple of decades, the …
(The argument opposing mereological change in the case of my pile of dirty
laundry can be extended to oppose the suggestion that the same collection of
cellulose molecules is capable of undergoing mereological change.) It is this fact
that …
Alway eyoung lw outh “I was what were on top of my pile of shirts and shorts.”
Angela gave an exasperated shrug of dismissal as she put the strap of her bag
over her shoulder and they headed out the door. In the hotel restaurant Angela
felt …
On the top of my pile was David Kennedy's Freedom from Fear about the
Depression years. I left it there. I thought about turning on music. I didn't. Instead I
just stared into the house, stared out the picture window, and sipped the liquor.
of cash” kind
of way
;
you could also make him a rebel artist
(
… than fire, but rich all the same. Here we have really scholarly, yet firmly
evangelical articles facing life in all aspects. Its commentaries on matters of
Christian interest worldwide, and finally, as I mentioned, its book reviews really
hit the spot.
)
pursuing an anguished work
on death
;
finally
,
there was
I had no more need of God than He had of me, and if there were one, I often said
to myself, I would meet Him calmly and spit in His face. What was most annoying
was that at first blush people usually took me to be good, to be kind, generous, I.
in+his+face
He had a very good Countenance, not a fierce and surly Aspect; but seem'd to
have something very manly in his Face, and yet he had all the Sweetness and
Softness of an European in his Countenance too, especially when he smil'd. His
Hair …
… details by means of which other people, when they met him, saw all the Graces
enthroned in his face and stopping at the line of his arched nose as at a natural
frontier; but they contrived also to put into a face from which its distinction had …
in+his+face
Outside the passageway he became brutal, and she, re- volted and disgusted,
slammed the door in his face. Then, upstairs, she sat down, her hands shaking."
The theme is amplified in the same novel, by a character who typifies the con- …
He had a healthy colour in his face. 2. Vanessa Mae has [got] looks (auch: a
pretty face) and comes from a sophisticated background. 3. He has a thick neck
and a broad back. 4. She chewed on a piece of [chewing] gum. Achtung: gum ist
ein …
in+his+face
One reads a great deal about the lines that a man's life paints in his face, and
there are many people who believe that character is indicated by the … He was
as firm and self- contained as a man may be, but there was little to show it in his
face.
… barrel / The brother with the gun saw him tweak on the bass / Walked right up
and put the "Uzi" in his face / He said give up the deal if you still want to breathe /
1 tell you one time you better listen to me / As my homey got done he lost the fight …
Guy placed Philippe's mouth directly on the prick that jerked in his face. Philippe
opened wide to take the hot phallus inside and swallowed to the full root of it at
once. He gobbled and snorted without any sign of reservation. Slightly dizzy from …
“Have you ever been married?” She waited for him to answer, and he paused for
so long that she said sharply, “It's a simple question, Clay.” Clay turned to stare at
her, and she saw something in his face she had not seen before. “I had an …
Billy Joe told me that she was standing over him shaking her finger in his face. To
complicate matters, there was all that noise from the GE canister vacuum cleaner.
He couldn't understand a word she was saying, and he couldn't even reach …
… by contrast with the expression of his “young eyes,” the rest of his face looked
all the more aged. People said, “He has ceased to live in his face; now you can
see in his eyes that he lives only in his soul.” Not only his face but also his strong, …
in+his+face
Likewise, he did not include the use of online interaction forums as a
pedagogical feature in his face-to-face course. Dr. Allen noted that he had not
found activities or strategies in the online course that could be directly replicated
in the face-to- …
After a few adjustments by the inventor, the feeding machine is started up again,
only this time everything goes haywire—the soup spills on The Tramp's chest and
a second helping splashes in his face; two metal nuts, inadvertently placed on …
Perhaps they saw the lack of fear in his face (although he actually did fear them),
or perhaps they meant no harm, for they let him through. He walked back along
the night sidewalk where homeless men rattled their shopping carts, got into his …
… his femoral artery and his quad, and it hadn't been in there long enough for the
silver to do much damage. The dark stain on his jeans stopped spreading. He
started to sit up. “Don't move.” She knelt over him, her long hair falling in his face.
Hovering there as Lorimer answered, she saw the change in his face
immediately; the laughter lines around his mouth disappeared and the lips
became thinner, a bitter line that immediately told Annie Irvine that something
grim was being …
Laughing at her poor slave, she put her foot in his face, jarring the clothespin on
his nose, dredging a wretched squeal from his lungs. “Clean my feet,” her voice
took on a husky tone. He supported her foot with his hand as he began licking the …
in+his+face
In his face, by facing, the other takes a stand; otherness itself appeals to us and
contests us. In Totality and Infinity, Levinas had worked out the
phenomenological analysis of facing in such a way as to show that the
perception of the face of …
Death, the acknowledged enemy (Rom. 8:38), is near. Paul stands at the limit,
curls his toes over the edge, and feels "the mist in his face, the fog in his throat."
Apparently Paul needs to speak about it and the church needs to think about it.
Jaycee watched his face and could see the pleasure in his face. It had been a
while since he had her pussy and he relished in it. Tears ran down her face and
she reached up and cupped his face, smiling at him. He released her breasts, …
she thought; 'not a drop of blood in his face, refuses broth, lies there and smiles,
and keeps declaring he's perfectly well!' He refused breakfast too. 'What is the
matter with you, Yasha?' she questioned him; 'do you mean to lie in bed all day?
Seeing her tits swaying as she shimmied her chest in his face, bringing her
nipples close enough to taste. The bump and grind coupled with that sexy lip-
biting thing she did? Whoo-ee. It'd be damn near impossible not to explode in his
jeans …
She was right in his face, it was his turn to be startled, he wasn't used to a woman
who talked like that. … He hesitated; she got right in his face, “You cheap son-of-a
-bitch, leave me alone,” she hollered so loud that customers in the parking lot …
He felt in his face that bite of the night, the north wind. The bitter north-wester was
blowing; he tightened his rough sailor's jacket about his chest. It was a good coat,
called in ship language a sou-'wester, because that sort of stuff allows little of …
In 1929 roy was out setting charges with his brother near the old Maxfield Mine in
Big Cottonwood Canyon when the blasting cap exploded in his face. roy was
bleeding from an artery in his hand, and his face and sight were already gone.
… inside her. She would not tolerate him any more. His breath was sweet and
cloying. His arm coiled around her, touching her breast. “Give your daddy a little
hug,” he said. She pulled back from him, seeing the blotched pulsing in his face.
After the trial, when Robert Ewell threatens Atticus's life and spits in his face,
Atticus responds with dignity and grace. In explaining his response to Jem,
Atticus once again insists that his son try to appreciate Ewell's point of view (what
Atticus …
Grabbing his mohawk, I yanked him backward off my cock and leaned down and
got in his face. “Where did you learn to suck cock like that?” I barked at him, an
inch from his face. “Oklahoma State Reform School,” he answered sheepishly.
McClellan, for some reason, got furious with him and threw the various union
cards in his face. Poor old Sonie's eyes filled up with tears and sweat appeared
on his forehead and his voice got lower and lower. I felt very sorry for him."100
But …
in+his+face
He couldn't breathe properly past the stuff in his face, this bat guano or this rotten
meat or— Tom opened his eyes. Something was sitting on his face. It was
clogging his nostrils and had worked its way into his mouth. He jerked up, spitting
.
They were swearing at him and flopping the cape in his face. Then the bull was
gone. Some men picked Maera up and started to run with him toward the barriers
through the gate out the passageway around under the grandstand to the …
A fist lodged in his face; he slumped as his eyes blurred over. When he came to,
he could hear the piteous cries of his wife from a distance. In the background, he
dimly perceived the contours of a hutlike structure. He tried to get to his feet, but …
There was something ruddy and attractive about her. She was older than him, I
imagined, buxom and wide in the hips, and she had thick red hair laced with gray
and tiny lines radiating away at the outer corners of her eyes. She beamed at me …
There was a gleam of something ruddy under the flap of the brown leather bag.
She poked cautiously to see if it would prove to be alive. Then she slid the strap
round, and lo ! a beautiful pheasant lay before her. He had been shot under the …
Something's going on, you mark my words—something ruddy fishy!' Carrying the
tray, she walked towards the door. Erica hopped off the work surface and stood
out of the way. She watched as the housekeeper placed the tray on the worktop …
Something ruddy about the tufts; field mice? Little in the way of eyebrows. Little in
the way of lips: my mouth, its two wiggles fitted with a wary set as if ready to dart
into an ambiguous flurry of expressions, has never pleased me, though it has …
Any discussion on Assamese music, as with Assamese dance, would start with
Bihu— folk songs sung during the spring festival. something ruddy, just like you)
These oral compositions, projecting a range of emotions, are attributed to …
When I gave my name a young officer immediately appeared from within, and
something ruddy about his colouring, and familiar in his bearing, made me pause
a moment before addressing him correctly. Then his courteous smile gave me the …
Certainly what she hoped to meet when she looked over a gate or went to a door
would be something ruddy and various, not to pattern, a free surface for pleasure
— more of a 'countenance'. But now she went anxiously to the top of the stairs.
When I gavemy namea youngofficer immediately appeared from within,and
something ruddy about his colouring, and familiar in his bearing, made me pause
a moment before addressinghim correctly. Thenhis courteous smile gaveme the
clue …
On the mountaintop – it's kilimanjaro – a splat of something ruddy has dried in a
runnel. If it weren't solidified, it'd travel down the canvas, over the frame and land
on this man. This is what I see it doing now. The splat returns to liquid, flowing …
Jesus was about thirty years old, his tight hair a darker brown than when he was
a child, though it still was something ruddy, as if there were fires banked within it.
Of his fierce childhood freckling, several lingered on his upper eyelids, granting …
something+ruddy
From time to time, between the water and the sky, something ruddy appeared,
like the rosy dawn, and then vanished again, and so went on shifting till we came
near; and then we discovered that it was due to immense flocks of wild geese …
something+ruddy
Committee to Assess Fuel Economy Technologies for Medium- and Heavy-Duty
Vehicles, National Research Council, Transportation Research Board.
TECHNOLOGIES AND APPROACHES TO REDUCING THE FUEL
CONSUMPTION OF …
34 CHAPTER III. HANDKERCHIEF TRICKS 46 CHAPTER IV. THE LIGHT AND
HEAVY CHEST . . , . . . . 54 CHAPTER V. THE HUNDRED CANDLES LIGHTED
BV A PISTOL SHOT . 62 CHAPTER VI. THE GHOST ILLUSION 67 CHAPTER VII.
… greater height (450 mm). Furthermore, the soil is compacted in five equal
layers, with each layer receiving 27 uniformly distributed blows. Figure 5.5 shows
the manual apparatus for undertaking light and heavy compaction in the
laboratory.
A need exists for procedures and techniques for optimizing pavement and heavy-
vehicle designs to provide efficient operation of rural and urban roadways. This
knowledge is essential to better management of the highway transportation …
Such comparative methodology appears to have been largely overlooked by
established authors. For example, whilst Shuker has rightly highlighted the
difficulties inherent in establishing a generic identity for hard rock and heavy
metal …
But how cool is it to come of age in the age of AIDS, crack and heavy metal?"14
Heavy metal music is a controversial subject that stimulates visceral rather than
intellectual reactions in both its partisans and its detractors. Many people hold
that …
… and Social Change 138 8 How does Cultivation "Work," Anyway? 1 72 9
Cultivation and the New Media 198 10 Test Pattern 220 Methodological
Appendix 238 References 25 1 Figures 2.1 Percentage of light and heavy
viewers giving "TV.
3. heavy •" In addition to the idioms beginning with heavy, also see hot and heavy
; make heavy weather of; play the heavy; time hangs heavy. heavy going Also,
heavy weather. 1. Difficult, as in Tom found calculus heavy going, or It's going to …
,
Die discourse identity kann in einer Gesprächsanalyse objektiv festgestellt
werden: A: What would you say is typically English? B: Typically English... in
terms of...? A: ... culture, for example. B: Typically English... [...] Well, [...] typically
English is …
If, instead of view, she had chosen perspective (a word she reserved for another
part of the sentence), she could have employed a typically English word
combination: to view something in a broader perspective. A good way of noting
useful …
Did Ker think the Benedictional' s script to be of a typically English type? Or did
he take it to be 'of a rather heavy and not typically English type'? Bishop (English
Caroline Minuscule, p. 10) has more recently characterised the script of BL MS.
A.D. 500 to 1942« 1943 in der expliziten Absicht »to inform the overseas student
of what is traditional in our English genius, and to show him in what ways Milton
and Words- worth were typically English« sowie um die Frage zu beantworten, …
(d) On the other hand, differences in the internal structure may be the result either
of typically English/American discourse structures or be modelled on those of
other languages, as the authors frequently are not native speakers of English.
… without a 'typically English' touch of irony: "But the English government is a
mixture of monarchy, aristocracy, and democracy. The people in authority are
composed of gentry and merchants. All sects of Religion are to be found among
them.
As far as intonation is concerned, although it is difficult to categorically associate
specific intonation patterns with specific grammatical features, some patterns can
be said to be more typically or less typically English. Coax students away from …
We describe a social group, a person, or even, say, just one of that person's
reactions or characteristic mannerisms, as 'very English' or 'typically English'. We
understand what someone means when they say, 'In some ways I'm very English, …
Typically English phenomena such as the double comparison are only dealt with
by a minority of authors. Even though some innovative aspects can be witnessed,
they are not necessarily developed further by subsequent authors so that some …
… identity as a metaphysical category beyond critique, it did not belong to the
grand gesture of metaphysical speculation, but was carefully, locally orientated—
in typically English fashion— in the discourses of nineteenth-century liberalism.
Richmond Die geradezu romantische Kleinstadt Richmond - laut British Council
als »typically English« einzustufen - ist ein wahrer Geheimtipp. Historische
Keimzelle des Städtchens war das normannische Castle, das um 1070 von Alan
the …
Hamburger's translation of Sahneschnitzel mit Gurkensalat (pork cutlets in cream
sauce with cucumber salad) transforms this typically German meal into the
typically English 'steak and chips', thus making it clear that the whole poem has
been …
Distribution of syntactic modifiers; all groups The native speakers of English used
more 'typically English' modifiers, such as tag questions and negation. Tag
questions mainly occurred in the native English data, where they were often used
in …
typically+English
… thing as an »English analytical Kant«, i.e. a body of typically English analytical
literature woven on Kantian themes.1 Since Peter Strawson, these same themes
have received further elaboration in a mode of thougth based on the assumption …
They are typically English How is English beautiful? Present lovely curves to the
onlooker Create modesty in … They're beautiful because they're marvelously fat
and they're typically English. What's beautiful about being fat? It presents lovely …
Its expression is partly stilted - in its, supposedly typically English, resort to
stichomythia, because of emphatic repetitions and wordplay (Decision, 4.42:14,
15, 19). The text also evinces interference at the levels of morphology and syntax …
The term originates from a Canadian French-English additive form of bilingual
education. Language-majority students speak the official or higher status
language, which is typically English. Language-minority students speak a
language other …
Where typically English varieties would use will (Platt 1982). 12. In this Hokkien
example, tones are represented in pitch level numbers, showing sandhi patterns.
13. Lien does not call this passive, probably because it occurs with a wide range …
… "presence" is promising; but in spite of the promise he concludes somewhat
cautiously that while "a good deal of poetic talent exists in England at the moment
," its growing to fruition depends on avoiding a typically English pitfall: "whether
or …
… alles Würden Sie mir den Mantel reichen? neben Ihnen heavily clouded Thank
you for your attention That's typically English That doesn't bother me We always
do it like that all that Would you please pass me the coat? next to you Find out: 1 …
Finally, they were asked to select the single photograph which seemed to them to
be "most typically English". Respondents were tested individually, and the entire
transaction was recorded with their knowledge. The interventions of the …
It is not merely true that all the most typically English men of letters, like
Shakespeare and Dickens, Richardson and Thackeray, were sentimentalists. It is
also true that all the most typically English men of action were sentimentalists, if
possible, …
While this forceful statement dovetails with Gilpin's ideas discussed above, it was
expressed by John Constable (1776-1837), a painter of great reputation usually
construed as typically English in his empiricism.” Constable was much more of …
'How typically English! And how strange when you, Inspector, if you will allow me
once again to say so, look yourself so un-English. But perhaps that is the
essence of Englishness – disguises, always disguises.' Eyes still on the house: '
How …
14297) does not warrant the conclusion that La3amon turned Arthur into a
typically English king.144 As referred to above, Tatlock is probably right in taking
the remark that an Arthur would come to help the English as a clear reference to …
Nietzsche's only published reference to George Eliot [Mary Ann Evans] (1819-
1880) is a harsh condemnation in Twilight of the Idols, 'Expeditions of an
Untimely Man', 5, where he regards her as moralistic and typically English, with
all the …
The Hungarian Zrı ́nyi was promoted in a typically English cultural and historical
framework. These twofold procedures were somehow dialectically displayed, for
they mutually and simultaneously shaped the evolution of the translation as a …
The second FL was introduced in grade 1 of secondary school and it was
typically English, German or French. In 1999 a radical reform of the educational
system was implemented. Primary education was shortened from 8 to 6 years
and …
Stinstra and Verwer, the latter in Over de opvoeding, are the other two prose
translators who pay attention to stylistic aspects. They see the style more as
proper to the authors of their originals than as typically English. 9. Lublink's
preface to his …
Anyone progressing beyond the rudiments of learning English, certainly in
Germany, soon finds that understatements are said to be typically English. Even
someone who has not been exposed to English, if he has studied German
literature at …
… and English with their friends: Hungarian is used especially if the interaction
involves two immigrants, less if it occurs between an immigrant and a second-
generation person, and typically English is used between second-generation
friends.
From a certain stage onwards learners enjoy complicating their language and
even tend to exaggerate typically English features (he is living in Eldoret is an
overgeneralization when temporary meaning is not implied; she ran fastly is a …
From a certain stage onwards learners enjoy complicating their language and
even tend to exaggerate typically English features (he is living in Eldoret is an
overgeneralization when temporary meaning is not implied; she ran fastly is a …
1436) on another typically English theme of a related kind: “Cherish merchandise
, keep the admiralty, / That we be masters of the narrow sea.” Political Verse later
Middle english Prose The continuity of a tradition in English prose writing, …
… whose meanings have moved from 'fence-post' to 'fence' to 'boundary' to 'area
under (English) jurisdiction'; hence the much later and typically English usage
beyond the Pale 'unacceptable'. From the fourteenth to the seventeenth centuries
, …
Do you have anything typically English/ Welsh/Scottish? [du ju häw 'enniBing '
tipikali 'inglisch/'lgllsch/'ßkottisch?] Do you have anything typically Irish/American
? [du ju häw 'enniGing 'tipikeli 'airisch/ a'meriken] Is this handmade?
,
So he put on a big pair of sunglasses, which made him look rather comical. It was
a struggle, but he stuck bravely by his wish to give the little boy a present – after
all, people had helped him with his reserve too. When he got back to the fence, …
which+made+him+look which+made+him+look which+made+him+look which+made+him+look which+made+him+look which+made+him+look
These two tricks of his — of crumpling up the eyelids, so as to concentrate the
power of sight, which made him look stern and thoughtful ; and the odd twitching
of the lips that was preliminary to a smile, which made him look intensely merry …
During the day, he spent his time at the library, researching all references to him
in all the books written about Nazi Germany. They always used that terrible
picture of him which made him look like a leper: dark hair, brows, that charming
smile …
Here he was, clothed in a titanic decep- tive modesty which made him look like
other men. Here he was, carrying the Roman world This paper is presented much
as delivered in Frankfurt on May 4, 2003, where it was the final presen- tation of …
Lastly, Mr. Bhaer was dressed in a new suit of black, which made him look more
like a gentleman than ever. His bushy hair had been cut and smoothly brushed,
but didn't stay in order long, for in exciting moments, he rumpled it up in the droll …
His face was slightly weathered which made him look about forty when he was
actually around thirty five. … He had brown hair and large black eyes with heavy
brows which made him look threatening even though his temperament was very …
Was it the moon and the warm, lazy night air which made him look at a total
stranger and wish he was taking her back to his room with him to lose himself in
the sweet pleasures of the senses? Had the magic of the island made him
regress to …
… with her abundant hair floating about her-so long that she could throw it round
Lewis, and almost smother him with it—which made him look very foolish, I
thought. She petted Lewis in the most ridiculous style, and made him dress like a
page …
which+made+him+look
He became early a member of PASOK, which made him look odd to many
minority members. His collaboration with other MPs of his party when it came to
posing questions to ministers of the governing party, was also a new trend in
minority …
He always wore faded, oil-stained, denim overalls, which made him look like a
living Norman Rockwell painting. Roy relished the fact he wore faded denim
overalls. He always said they made him look like a working man. His friends
always …
… kept asking him, was the date he would be travelling. Cairns while producing
an evil grin typed an email back saying, soon my friend. In the distance, he heard
footsteps, which made him look with concern. He turned off his blackberry phone, …
Jose was busy trying to write poetry with a ballpoint on the underside of his arm,
which made him look like a blue ink smeared, poem-tracked junkie. We had
become the “Four Amigos” sitting there. In fact, four of the most insane amigos the …
For an older man, he had a nice body which made him look funny. Nothing
matched together. He always spoke softly which made it difficult to hear him. “
Well, of course, young man, I have been taking care of legal correspondences
between …
He was wearing glasses and a toothy grin, which made him look like Theodore
Roosevelt, and he had his hair parted in the middle, which made him look like a
drawing by John Held, Jr. He looked familiar, but I couldn't tell you why. I pulled
up …
These two tricks ofhis— ofcrumpling up the eyelids, so as to concentrate the
power of sight,which made him look stern and thoughtful; and the odd twitching of
the lips that was preliminary to a smile, which made him look intensely merry— …
He held on worse than before and I'm sure I made a weird sound, which made
him look up. This caused the ear to flop down the side of his face and some blood
too, which got into his mouth. Suddenly Lee screamed and screamed. I got one …
23 Under this rope was plac'd a stool, Which made him look much like a fool,
Crying, Alas, what shall I do ! Destruction now appears in view. 24 ' As my father
foresaw this thing, What sottishness to me would bring, As moneyless and free of …
Cachintah said it was his spirituality which made him look at people as God's
children first. Cachintah said it was his spirituality which made him look at a white
man as a God's child like any other human being instead of seeing him as a
white …
After these coffee-house sessions Hitler would put on his long black coat and
black slouch hat, which made him look like an absolute desperado, and with
Weber, Amann, Klintzsch and Graf, all well armed, walk back to the
Thierschstrasse, …
He was imposing, standing well over six feet tall, with the hunch of many tall
people, which made him look something like a question mark, and, for much of
his life, a beard, which made him look something like a Sasquatch. . “History,”
n.d. …
He had lost two front teeth one night, though he could not quite remember how.
This defect made him speak so that he could not always be understood, and he
had a bald patch on the top of his head, which made him look rather like a monk, …
It was not vanity which made him look away. No, it was something he hadn't seen
in the mirror which made him look away. His eyes were missing. They were there
all right. And in the proper places too. But it was the eyes which had called his …
which+made+him+look
His gipsy-complexion, his fleshless cheeks, his gaunt facial bones, his dreamy
eyes, his extraordinary parti-coloured hair, the puzzling contradiction between his
face and figure which made him look old and young both together—were all …
He had lost weight, which made him look taller, and shaved off his beard, which
made him look younger. What was that visceral spasm in her? Relief, sexual
desire, an egg dropping? Whatever it was, church was probably not the right
place to …
He wore a very shiny top-hat and a neat suit of sober black, which made him look
what he was — a smart young City man, of the class who have been labelled
Cockneys, but who give us our crack Volunteer regiments, and who turn out more …
like a rank-and-file Arsenal supporter

In short, many topics and examples in this book encourage students to
appreciate social, physical, and cultural differences and to accept them as a
natural part of being human. Positive Psychology In January 2000, Martin
Seligman and …
Richard G. Lipsey, Colin Harbury. 9 Market Efficiency and Market Failure 81
General and Partial Equilibrium - The Nature of Economic Efficiency - The Case
for Laissez-faire — Market versus Non-Market Allocations - Market Failure -
Public …
169 Changes in Short-Run Aggregate Supply: Shifts in the SRAS Curve 169
Something More to Come: People's Expectations 170 Putting AD and SRAS
Together: Short-Run Equilibrium 172 How Short-Run Equilibrium in the Economy
Is …
In short, the household must allocate its scarce resources among its various
members, taking into account each member's abilities, efforts, and desires. Like a
household, a society faces many decisions. A society must find some way to
decide …
,
there were various aspects to him
,
… anything but all hut almost; nearly: We're all 12 Yuri Dolgopolov.
Thus whatever combinations of values of x and y satisfy the equation when z = 0
will also do so for any other value of z (e.g. z = 613). Thus our model for eqn (2.1')
would look like a whole series of lines, but all stacked up behind and in front of …
but+all
I'm not meaning this in any reproachful way, but all the burden descended on my
shoulders. stella The best I could do was make my own living, Blanche. blanche
begins to shake again with intensity. blanche I know, I know. But you are the one …
but+all
but all that are found outside of thy dwelling shall perish." s Moreover, they
gave her a sign to this effect, that she should hang forth from her house a scarlet
thread. And thus they made it manifest that redemption should flow through the …
While systematic research on phraseology goes back to the be- ginning of the 20
"' century, broad-based international research only began to develop in the 70's,
but all the more rapidly since. The Handbook offers a systematic outline and …
But all she got out of that was a longing avowal to herself of how gladly she
would have borne it. Jodey had lain beside her, and she clung to his hand until
she heard how he breathed off to sleep. Then she had let him go, and had wept
at what …
They all say 'Tm not that type of girl, but all-right—just for you!” Every single girl
says this. These girls are not prostitutes, but just girls without any morals at all.
Somehow it does seem a little worse for girls to me, I suppose it shouldn't but it
does …
but+all
PROBLEM:— All contracts are agreements, but all agreements are not contracts -
Discuss. Section 10 of the Indian Contract Act provides — "What agreements are
contracts. — All agreements are contracts if they are made by the free consent …
But all of these belong to the knowledge of our times. It should also be noticed
that Leibniz's idea is rather flexible, since hischaracteristicauniversalis could be
seen as an extend- ing system. The alphabet of human thought cannot be
complete …
but+all
… into the hermeneutical question: How do I justify this new way, this different
way of doing biblical studies that was engaged with life, not at the end of the book
but all through it? And that's what I tried to do in all the things I have written since.
… mured against Moses and against Aaron: and the whole congregation said
unto them, Would God that we had died in the land of Egypt! or would God we
had died in this wilderness! 10 But all the congregation bade stone them with
stones.
Why, Apollos became so mighty in the Gospel that he was called an apostle. In
fact, he became so effective as a true gospel preacher that some of the
Corinthians put him before Peter and Paul. But all that Apollos became he owed,
under God …
Through His prophets, the law with its promises, privileges and threats, He had
tried to bind the people to Himself but all gracious interpositions were of no avail.
Thus, they were left to their own course and to take its final consequences.
but+all
The same holds for irrational behavior: Most people may behave irrationally
some of the time; some people behave irrationally all of the time; but all people
will not behave irrationally all of the time" (Quelle: LIPSEY et al. 199310, S. 160).
but+all but+all
… York, Coles- hill, St. James, Standish, and St. Anne. Isle of Wight, Walsall, and
Bangor, composed in the British Isles in the 1720s and 1730s, all maintain the
old measured duple tread; but all show their more modern provenance through
the …
Tho sorrows befall us and Satan oppose, God leads His dear children along; thru
grace we can conquer, defeat all our foes, God leads His dear children along.
Chorus: Some thru the waters, some thru the flood, some thru the fire, but all thru …
None of them claims full or final certitude, but all are hopeful that by earnest study
in a devout spirit they may be vouchsafed a measure of understanding. They see
through a glass darkly, for Scripture, like the villa itself, always has further …
56 But all this has taken place, that the scriptures of the prophets might be fulfilled
." Then all the disciples forsook him and fled. a Or Rabbi b Or do that for which
you have come NEW AMERICAN BIBLE The Betrayal and Arrest of Jesus …
“I know this is hard for you to understand, but all I've ever wanted since my
rotation in med school is to be a plastic surgeon. It goes against everything I
believe to intentionally destroy a person's face. I think we should go to the police.”
Her eyes …
A discipline which studies not only one but all components of scientific disciplines
is called “metascience” (cf. Price 1964, Rad- nitzky 1968, Dobrow 1970, Laitko
1979, Pearce and Rantala 1983, and Suppes 1993). “Science” is an ambiguous …
This whole cluster of questions goes far beyond what could be asked within a
specific study, but some of them could be combined, thus reflecting aspects of all
perspectives. If approaches are to be reasonably consistent, however, they
cannot …
of+them+could+be+combined of+them+could+be+combined
The limitations of present-day bioinformatic databases could largely be overcome
if many of them could be combined, reorganized and integrated. In Table 2 we
summarize some of the main databases available to the biological researcher …
The limitations of present-day bioinformatic databases could largely be overcome
if many of them could be combined, reorganized and integrated. In Table 2 we
summarize some of the main databases available to the biological researcher …
38 Finally, the most radical ecumenist is the utility infielder, who points out that,
inasmuch as the patterns themselves are mutually consistent, any two or even all
three of them could be combined into a single more encompassing pattern.
Most of the coupons on her card had already been carved out, but the man made
some useful suggestions as to how some of them could be combined and
substituted. We ended up with some kind of meat that was mostly bone. Sausage
was …
Often, having more than one of the same thing will allow for some flexibility, since
one of them could be combined with other items to create a unique package. You
also have the ability to trade duplicate items with other organizations for one of …
of+them+could+be+combined of+them+could+be+combined
Two of them could be combined with a 900-BHP generator engine for a total of
about 4,800 SHP. The Germans (MAN) had already developed 2,000- and 3,000-
BHP engines, but BuEng was unwilling to use them; it had only begun to work on …
both partly right, and that what was right in each of them could be combined into
a complementary whole. That whole would also benefit the reformed cause,
since by the end of the 1540s things were not easy for them. In france, king Henry
II …
Some of the other Champions were cursing under their breath. Whoever got the
order most wrong went home. Celaena sniffed the water goblet again, racing
through a list of odorless poisons. None of them could be combined with water,
On the next day, Smith was prowling at St. Stephens, taking clay samples,
speculating about the lime rocks, hoping some of them could be combined to
make cement. He concentrated on the area “just above the mouth of the ravine
separating …
Some of the other Champions were cursing under their breath. Whoever got the
order most wrong went home. Celaena sniffed the water goblet again, racing
through a list of odorless poisons. None of them could be combined with water,
odorless poisons. None of them could be combined with water, not without
coloring it. She picked up the wine goblet, swirling the liquid. Wine could conceal
any number of advanced poisons—but which one was it? At the table to the left of
her, …
A few of them could be combined in one single stretch of performance. There are
no song preludes, but the player of the talking drum (atumpan) has every
opportunity of interspersing the pieces with appropriate 'messages'. The rhythms
of …
Synthesis builds on what you gain from analysis. It involves assembling
significant pieces of information into a coherent whole by relating them to one
another and to elements of your theory, knowledge, and experience base.
Thus Castaneda, like Zimmerman and Wieder, organizes a "nonordi- nary" reality
into a coherent system of knowledge. In a second book Castaneda (1971)
describes Don Juan's reaction to his systematization of a pey- ote session, a "
mitote.
… thereby bring about, the claims of the right. If public reason is the sign of
enlightenment, then, enlightenment is precisely that moment of coherence when
our inquiries into politics and history merge into a coherent and morally
privileged end.
Finally, the learner integrates the words, pictures, and relevant prior knowledge
into a coherent mental model of the narrated slide show. These three
assumptions and five processes, based on working memory, dual-coding theory,
and …
Instead, the goal must be to bring all of the convictions and metaconvictions
relevant to moral questions and problems into a coherent relationship to each
other, a relationship which at the same time demonstrates their well-foundedness
.
By strategic focus, we mean the overall concept or model that guides the firm as it
weaves various marketing elements together into a coherent strategy. A firm's
strategic focus is typically tied to its competitive advantages. However, depending …
The fact that one can arrange one's opinions concerning practical problems into
a coherent whole means that one can rationally think about these problems. One
could try to explicate the very concept of rational thinking as an effort to obtain a …
3) This disciple of John was responsible for the organization of the oral materials
into a coherent gospel. This initial structuring of the gospel gave the materials a
fundamental pattern which exists right down to the present document. Not all of …
… of the retinas of both eyes. The early stages of analysis of the sensory signal
have been studied extensively by sensory psychologists, physiologists, and
biophysicists alike (cf. Art. 6). An attempt at integration into a coherent stage
model has …
… enables the researcher to yield strong meta-inferences — a concept used by
mixed methods researchers to denote combining interpretations of findings
stemming from qualitative and quantitative data analyses into a coherent whole.
Source: UPI/Bettmann. Kashmir situated between the two countries, and the need
to consolidate numerous Indian princely states into a coherent national state.
Nehru used the governmental machinery that India had inherited to accomplish …
… is a top down approach that provides managers with a comprehensive
framework, translating a company's Strategie objectives into a coherent set of
performance measures [KaNo93]. Four different perspectives are provided.
Information …
By virtue of complementing and continuing one another, the single perceptual
noemata organize themselves into a coherent systematic group whose unity rests
entirely upon the intrinsic relationship of consistency, harmony, and accordance.
In this view, aspects of experience as well as levels of processing are
coordinated to fit together in an affiliative relationship with each other, integrated
into a coherent whole that makes sense and is identified as a part of one's self-
organization …
An ordering, humanist approach can also be detected in the revision of a number
of chronicles, turning them into a coherent account, around 1525 (Gerbenzon
1965, 22-43). Historians needed documents from the past to provide material for …
The strategy formation process is not about rigidly setting the course of action in
advance, but about flexibly shaping the course of action by gradually blending
together initiatives into a coherent pattern of actions. Making strategy involves …
He took the material that he found in the case- law of the preceding century and a
half and reworked it into a coherent and logical system. For a judge in a legal
system based on precedent, that is what constitutes greatness, Rogers rightly …
Organize the selected words into a coherent verbal representation. Organize
selected images into a coherent visual representation. Integrate the visual and
verbal representations with prior knowledge. Mayer articulated seven principles …
… attending to salient aspects of the presented material, retaining relevant
information in both visual working memory and auditory working memory,
organizing it into a coherent mental structure, and integrating it with relevant prior
knowledge.
An emerging INTERPRETIVE ANTHROPOLOGY The anthropological school,
associated with Clifford Geertz, espousing the view that culture is lived
experience integrated into a coherent, public system of symbols that renders the
world …
Loosely, predicate-argument se- mantics refers to the idea that the purpose of
certain elements of a sentence (predicates) is to relate together,or organize,the
remaining parts (arguments) into a coherent whole. The principle of
compositionality …
It will concentrate especially on one particular visual quality: the apparent clarity
or "legibility" of the cityscape. By this we mean the ease with which its parts can
be recognized and can be organized into a coherent pattern. Just as.
,
… C - presentation of a deceased to Christ or the Virgin, picture type D - the
deceased in donor pose, picture type E - the representative portrait, picture type F
- the so-called double portrait, were established in donor and imperial
iconography.
1496, d. before 15o8)—who like Andrea d'Assisi was involved in the work on the
Vatican frescoes—painted, probably while still in Rome, a representative portrait
of a boy (Galleria Colonna, Rome; see Baldini in Florence 2.005,-6b, pp. 104-5).
… and deeds everything that could be paralleled in late medieval Catholic
authors before him or in 17th-century Lutheran theologians after him, how much
would remain—and would it give anything like a representative portrait of Luther?
I call this view caricatural as a representative portrait of the negative view,
hecause it rules out of court one of the most powerful motives hehind the modern
defence of freedom as individual independence, viz., the post-Romantic idea that
each …
… and widely propagated a popular religious alternative to Hasidism to the very
same Jewish audience among which the teachings of the Hasidic masters were
spreading so rapidly. In other words, a representative portrait of Mithnagdism …
Yet, as with the proletarian portrait gallery, the sum of the individual portraits
constitutes a representative portrait of the network, the changes in dress and
pose indicating the transition from the 1960s to the 1970s, from bohemian to
business or …
In this way the scene concludes Acts with a representative portrait of apostolic
witness.16 In these ways the ending of Acts generates closure. The ending fulfills
expectations (28:23; cf. 28:14b), summarizes events (vv. 17-20), parallels 1 …
… point to similar conclusions. They also make possible the double focus of this
book: while autobiographies tell us a great deal about the vital minority of self-
improving workers, other sources offer a more representative portrait of the
working …
For a variety of reasons, we do not use statistical measures in this volume, but we
believe that borrowing social scientific sampling procedures is reasonable where
an accurately representative portrait of discourse is desired. Accordingly, for …
The whole provides a representative portrait of Joseph Campbell as a critic of
Joyce. It is an impressive intellectual achievement to go from an enigma to a
schema which includes all the major works of a great writer. Whether or not one
agrees …
Indeed, the more supporting details are consistent with this representative portrait
, the more likely a subject will assent to these new details, even though (on a
rational basis) the added details increasingly constrain the set and hence render
it …
By using the 1992 and 1997 National Survey of Establishments as well as other
sources, I can paint a broad and representative portrait of the evolution of work
inside American business. Changes in How Work Is Done One of the most …
representative+portrait
This alone is worth the horrible boredom of searching through the thousand
exhibits; and apart from his great abstract works, this is perhaps Epstein's best
work; it is one of the durable achievements in closely representative portrait
sculpture.
It is worth our while, therefore, or rather it is our duty to examine with a more
attentive eye this representative portrait drawn for us by an infallible master, and
to distinguish its component parts each by itself so that we may combine without …
representative+portrait
… but as a social type formed by the roles they played in a political economy that
was changing from laissez-faire to monopoly and a state capitalism with many
corporate features. Accordingly, Mills attempts to paint a representative portrait
representative+portrait representative+portrait representative+portrait
Nonetheless, commentators sometimes treat the Kinsey findings as though they
offer an authoritative, representative portrait of the American population. For
example, gay and lesbian activists sometimes argue that one-tenth ofthe
population …
It is not only spatially throughout the continent, but temporally through Cuba's
fractious and fractured history, that Ferrer seeks to re-establish connections in
painting a more representative portrait of Cuban identity. In the
compartmentalisation …
She becomes for Kogawa a representative portrait of the Japanese female
immigrant quietly struggling for the survival of her family. Born in Japan and
immigrating to Canada when she is in her early twenties, Obasan is Issei, a first-
generation …
representative+portrait
'vi m eye this representative portrait drawn for us 102.
… by these artists' varying styles, seeing them chiefly in terms of the Imagination-
Fancy antithesis. Gibson, whose tobacco-colored Venuses aroused Miriam's
scorn (VI, 149), may be taken as Hawthorne's representative portrait 56
Hawthorne's …
It should be acknowledged that the biographical sketch is drawn in caricature
form rather than as a representative portrait, deliberately emphasizing the most
critical points from different accounts. When I discussed this with a number of …
By underemphasizing substance, by highlighting conflict, pessimism, and
negativity, and by failing to convey a representative portrait of the candidates and
their presentations in ways that accommodated voter learning characteristics,
media …
… novels much more "distinguished", perhaps, such as Adolphe, for instance, and
such as Obermann. But what it is in addition, as compared with The Chouans, is
a development, a continuation, an expressive and representative portrait of 108 …
representative+portrait representative+portrait
We would have done this counting of papers by category differently, but we will
accept it as providing a reasonably representative portrait of how some
categories of scholarship published in the journal have changed over the last
forty years. 2.
of a British artist typical
of+his+generation
Like various other members of his generation - Sonny Simmons, Fred Anderson,
Olu Dara - Brackeen has never quite broken as the major figure his music
indicates he could be. From the 90s, sadly, he slipped again from public earshot.
In the last decades of the century some reaction against the shallow state of
Frisian literature can be observed. Piter Jel- les' (1860-1930) poems are lyrical
and express the high hopes and desires of his generation for a more harmonious
and …
Frank Sinatra, formerly the beneficiary of the screaming girls of his generation,
called Presley's songs “the most brutal, ugly, desperate, vicious form of
expression it has been my misfortune to hear.” Parents smashed Presley records
and …
We ordinarily take the words thus, That David served his generation: that is, he
did the work of his generation— that is to serve a man's generation. But it is
clearer if you read it thus, After David in his generation had served the counsel of
God, …
North, Henry Green and the Writing of His Generation. I do not dispute North's
assertions but think that approaches to Green other than considering him in terms
of the Zeitgeist may well be useful. 21. Ibid., 12. 22. North discusses the setting of …
… a profession of religion. The terms are : The eunuch's confession of faith Philip
preaches the gospel all 434. A. D. 3. I. a Luke xxi t. 27. A Acts xvii . 58. c Acts x-
47. d Mark xv .16; Acts viii. IS. ' The men of his generation who can describe ?*
… he did not attend university but studied for the bar in London. He was ad-
mitted a Manx advocate in 1878. He had an undemanding job as clerk to the
Ramsey justices (1888-1922). Like many of his generation K. had wide amateur
interests.
Veloz Maggiolo, one of the most visible writers of his generation, has published
four novels and two collections of stories, La vida no tiene nombre (Life has no
name), 1963, and El coronel Buenrostro (Colonel Fineface), 1982. His "El
coronel …
… and not make him carry the entire burden of his generation, as he seems
willing enough to do — the difference between Julian, then, and his elders is that
he preferred to think of himself and present himself publicly as fundamentally
political …
And like so many of the other post–World War I writers, he drew from the needs of
his generation to confront what they had experienced, the enormous changes in
the world, and the Waste Land that opened indefinitely before them. Some of …
of his generation.” Combining folk, blues, country, rock, jazz, and gospel styles,
often with long, narrative lyrics, Dylan's cultural resonance has rested in his
innovative songwriting and its ability to bridge the gap between mainstream
America …
Walter Fendrich is a bitter and sharp critic of his generation. These early works
are all characterized by a sense of local colour, vivid realistic detail and the
successful employment of the recollection technique. Und sagte kein einziges
Wort is a …
Washington's views were consistent with other planters of his generation. By the
time he was a young man the slave system was well established in Virginia and
Washington's life became inextricably linked with slavery. By the age of …
Even among his rivals the Ha- sidic leaders, whom he persecuted, were those
who acknowledged his status as the greatest scholar of his generation and who
applied to him the epithet “unique in his generation.” In the eyes of his disciples …
.
Jeff Koons of the Pictures Generation then are a creative means for thinking
through into originality. Koons, on the other hand, affirms the comfort zone of the
viewer, assuring him that his (and their) infantile pleasures can be inflated into
high …
Artists such as Bickerton and Koons, on the other hand, were more preoccupied
with the contemporary consumer culture than with the infrastructures of power.
Bickerton's Tormented SelfPortrait (Susie at Arles), for example, updated Vincent …
Koons, on the other hand, got mileage out of a calculatedly confrontational plastic
sculpture of the artist making love to La Cicciolina, while Murakami contented
himself with an icon for masturbation. This is Jeff Koons revised, or porno- kitsch …
,
… the one hand; on the other hand; out of control (hand); out of hand; play into the
hands of; putty in someone's hands; raise a hand against; right-hand man; rub
one's hands; shake hands; show of hands; show one's hand; sit on one's hands; …
On the other hand, Bazin's film spectators were led by the "little flashlight of the
usher moving like an uncertain comet across the night of our waking dream [
toward] the diffuse space without shape or frontiers that surrounds the screen." In
the …
62 2.21 in fact, instead (of), on the other contrary, on the other hand ........................
........................................ 63 2.22 various link words 1 ......................................................
....... 64 2.23 various link words 2 ............................................................. 65 3 Nouns …
Operettas on the other hand usually took place in a romanticized past and/or
fictitious country and had artificially elegant dialogue and lyrics and a lush,
romantic musical score largely descended from Johann Strauss Jr. and the
Viennese …
On the other hand, you may want to share some of your insights with someone
you really trust, such as a therapist or loved one who is nonjudgmental with
regard to your personal expressions. Use discretion and be selective. Above all,
make …
Fameux, on the other hand, is potentially evaluative and can be readily used in
some contexts in a derogatory way (for example, une femme fameuse means,
roughly, 'a woman of ill repute'). It is worth noting that differences between words
in …
On the other hand, a love of tulips or Sibelius symphonies probably has no
impact on the components of population change, although these characteristics
may be more specifically associated with certain social or ethnic groups. Any
putative …
On the other hand Einstein maintained the hope for a total solution on the lines of
a classical field theory until the end of his life. These differences of opinion are
merging into the great open problem of the relation of relativity theory to quantum …
And men don't want anything they get too easy. But on the other hand men lose
interest quickly. Especially when the girl is over - thirty. They think a girl over thirty
ought to — the vulgar term is — "put out. "...And I - I'm not "putting out." Of course …
The mind of man, moreover, works with equal strangeness upon the body of rime.
An hour, once it lodges in the queer element of the human spirit, may be
stretched to fifty or a hundred times its clock length; on the other hand, an hour
may be …
Common mistake: on the one hand ... on the other hand Warning: the correct
preposition to use in this expression is on. Don't say 'in/at the one hand', say on
the one hand: other hand they arc expensive. On the one hand mobile phones
are …
on+the+other+hand
I call a "tactic," on the other hand, a calculus which cannot count on a "proper" (a
spatial or institutional localization), nor thus on a borderline distinguishing the
other as a visible totality. The place of a tactic belongs to the other.20 A tactic …
The experience of hunger as a child of a middle-class family that had lost its
economic base enabled Freire to, on the one hand, identify and develop "
solidarity with the children from the poor outskirts of town"2 and, on the other
hand, to realize …
Reciting a memorized definition of the term “benchmark” also represents
knowledge-level understanding. Comprehension, on the other hand, represents
understanding at a slightly deeper level. It means being able to explain an idea in
one's …
On the other hand, the narrator dramatizes his sense of guilt in the story of his
ousting Pnin from Waindell, invading his privacy, and so on. The projection of the
sense of guilt and the desire to cope with it (while also coping with exile and …
In the phrases a headache and an elephant, we mean any member of the
classes of headaches and elephants. On the other hand, the definite article “the”
refers to a specific, definite member of some group. Saying the office instead of
an …
Basic Foods, on the other hand, distributes essential food staples to grocery
stores, and its sales and profits are relatively stable and predictable. The rate-of-
return probability distributions for the two companies are shown in Table 2-1.
There is …
Saussure, on the other hand, sought to identify a universal structure common to
all kinds of signs. In line with a phenomenological interpretation of reality, the
Saussurian sign consists of a dialectical relationship between a material signifier, …
WHO now defines health as the extent to which an individual or group is able, on
the one hand, to realize aspirations and satisfy needs; and on the other hand, to
change or cope with the environment. Health is, therefore, seen as a resource …
While Philippe and the doctor undertake to "restore Stephanie's reason," the
magistrate, on the other hand, brags: "If you should ever bring a suit to court, /
would make you lose it, even lf reason were a hundred per cent on your sirie" [ p.
150].
,
'Gay' seemed to have a duality of meaning against boys in much the same way
as 'slag', 'cow' or 'dog' were used against gitls. The word was recognised as
meaning homosexual, but for most purposes it denoted a wider negative male
role …
,
… in tension, the artificial and the real, miraculously dissolves, then sad cryings
should reflect an awareness of an insurmountable contradiction. They should
emerge when what had been whole becomes irremediably split 182 Chapter
Four.
an+insurmountable+contradiction
… of this fixed amount as equal to the entire amount of food currently produced—-
— he then treated this as a settled conclusion without any further evidence. It thus
became the basis for an insurmountable contradiction between an exponential …
Hindess has argued that there seems to be an insurmountable contradiction
between the conception of determination by the economy and that of the relative
autonomy of other levels or practices. The concept of relative autonomy '
illustrates …
What men dismissed as an insurmountable contradiction and women reaffirmed
as a possibility, refusing to choose between love and learning, Mme de Stae!
sees as a difficult situation, a tragic one for Corinne and probably for her creator
as …
It was an insurmountable contradiction that had a clear repercussion on the world
of Spanish cinema which was then directly dependent on that ministry.7 This
contradiction was brilliantly satirized by Berlanga and Bar- dem in jBienvenido,
Mr.
The liberal discourse would have us believe that there is a gap capable of being
improved upon, not an insurmountable contradiction. Subtle and highly skillful
economic maneuvering in such areas as taxes, job creation, support for various …
In order to see there an insurmountable contradiction, one would have to
postulate two things: first, that the Bororo social structure was perfectly identical
throughout their vast territory; second, that the north-south axis, as recorded on
the Rio …
At first sight, this might seem an insurmountable contradiction since it is
impossible not to acknowledge intimate links between dress and the formation of
identity. It is, however, only an apparent paradox because what clothing does in …
Tom LaMarre has pointed out that questions like “Does cinema 'westernize'
Japan, or does Japan 'japanify' cinema?” are problematic because “they suppose
an insurmountable contradiction or incommensurable difference between …
On the contrary, Cleaver presents his passion for her as the expression of a
healthy appetite for "Apocalyptic Fusion" between Man and Woman. To sum up,
there is an insurmountable contradiction between the two versions of miscegenist …
Without dragging in the Germans, Lévi-Strauss, who has at different times been
demonized by both sides, argued that there is an insurmountable contradiction
between UNESCO's demands that opponents of racism should simultaneously …
Henry argues that even though Marx's conception of democracy ultimately slips
into, what he refers to as 'an insurmountable contradiction' in juxtaposing 'radical
immanence' and 'political universality', (MA 32) it yet manages to combine the …
… however, is in an insurmountable contradiction with relativity of simultaneity
since it presupposes that two observers in relative motion have a common set of
simultaneous events – the observers measure the length of the same 3D object,
i.e. …
At issue here is an antinomy, an insurmountable contradiction that necessarily
reproduces itself, on the basis of the same presuppositions, on two levels: that of
racism as it is defined, that of antiracism as it defines itself, as it is sketched on the …
But in doing this, his philosophy runs into an insurmountable contradiction. A
philosophy based on empirical assumptions cannot arbitrarily introduce
nonempirical ideas like substance. What appears to have happened with Locke
is that his …
An attempt to graft the structures of the Sadean club onto the state leaves one
caught in an insurmountable contradiction. The political domain, acknowledged
exclusively in terms of state order, inevitably leads to contracts and constraints …
… esteems humility and simplicity of style, thus proves to lie beyond Petrarch's
powers as an insurmountable contradiction of terms. The abrupt ending of his life
story in the Letter to Posterity connects us to the third and final mode of self-
writing …
Let us keep in mind this profound ambiguity (which we must be careful not to turn
into an insurmountable contradiction, but which we must not make into a sign of
unfathomable profundity either, since this would soon lead us back to that …
Janicaud is on solid ground to see in this an insurmountable contradiction. What
is the upshot of this analysis? It implies that one can push back the limits that
Husserl assigned to phenomenology very far— but only to a certain point. It is this …
This is why, in his view, there is an insurmountable contradiction between liberal
pluralism and democracy. For him, the only possible and legitimate pluralism is a
pluralism of states. Rejecting the liberal idea of a world state, he affirms that the …
Is the officer here mentioned, then, a criminal? Clearly, he is not. Nor can
Rossiter, or any jurist, concede that the law can be broken with impunity even by
the President. What we have, here, is an insurmountable contradiction between
the law …
Macherey and Balibar have described Shakespeare's ideological work as
creating an 'imaginary solution of implacable contradictions . . . a ' 'presentation
as solution" of the very terms of an insurmountable contradiction, by means of
complex …
At a distance, that juxtaposition is viewed as an insurmountable contradiction.
How could they invent philosophy and politics; how could they erect monuments
that so perfectly embodied those new values, and at the same time make human …
There is, in fact, an insurmountable contradiction between the notions of chance
and of modification. If what exists is essentially chance (hasar d), it follows that
what exists cannot be modified by any undetermined element (alea), by any …
The polarisation inherent to world capitalism, deliberately ignored by the would-
be liberal ideology, renders these ideological propositions meaningless.
Integration into the world system creates, in fact, an insurmountable contradiction
in the …
There is an insurmountable contradiction between 'knowing' and 'feeling', and the
choice of one entails sacrifice of the other. 'We cannot understand things,
therefore, without renouncing, in part, feeling their life, and we cannot feel them …
… American Express, the primary earnings per share falls between the basic and
diluted earning per share amounts. The difference between the basic and diluted
earnings per share over time can be seen for Microsoft Corporation in Exhibit 3.
Whereas the difference between the basic size and actual size must not exceed
from a certain limit otherwise it will interfere with the interchangeability of mating
components during assembly or sub assembly of parts. 26.3.2 Limits of Size …
6) Allowance : It is the dimensional difference between the maximum material
limits of the mating parts, intentionally provided to obtain the desired class of fit. It
is difference between the basic dimensions of the mating parts. The allowance …
The interaction between the basic aspects of social life is actually rcali/.cd in the
form of an interaction between the main fields … It is the regular interactions
between the basic aspects and between the main fields of social life that
constitute the …
For firms with large amounts of option securities outstanding, there can be a
substantial difference between the basic and diluted EPS figures. This makes it
easier for investors to compare the performance of U.S. firms with their foreign …
between+the+basic
First, let us consider the level one criterion. If a measure met the level one
criterion perfectly, then there would be a sharp cut-off between the basic terms
and the non-basic terms. That is, there should be no overlap between the sets of
scores …
… The Proper Law for the Conflict between the Basic Law and Other 151
Legislative Acts of the National People's Congress Bing Ling What the Court of
Final Appeal Has Not Clarified in Its Clarification: 171 Jurisdiction and Amicus
Intervention …
between+the+basic
We have already pointed earlier to the connection between the basic articulation
of being and the ontological difference. The problem of the articulation of being
into essentia and existentia, formulated in Scholastic terms, is only a more
special …
345 Similarities between the BASIC Stamp and the PIC . . . . . . . . 346 Differences
between the BASIC Stamp and the PIC . . . . . . . . 347 Types of PIC
Microcontrollers and Development Languages. . . . 348 The PIC Development
Cycle .
We understand that the temperature at which a substance melts and boils
depends on the forces between the basic particles. The amount of energy it takes
to cause changes in physical state also depends on the magnitude of these
forces.
… type and layout type Decisions concerning the layout type will not merely
depend on choosing between the basic layout types, but also on understanding
the advantages and disadvantages of the different types, or combinations, of
layouts.
Surely the problem with this overlap would be that the infinitist would say that the
infinite series between the basic belief and the inferentially justified beliefs is
what was required, but from where does the basic belief get its justification? That
is …
between+the+basic
Deviation: This is the difference between the basic size and the limits. The
deviation may be symmetrical, in which case the limits are equally spaced above
and below the basic size (e.g. 50.00 0.15 mm). Alternatively, the deviation may
be …
When the relation between the basic hole and shaft is made to fit, it is known as
clearance fit. 3. If the shaft size is larger than the hole, it results in an interference
fit. 5.5.2 Shaft Basis System In this system, the size of the shaft is kept constant, …
The first attempt to characterize the CYP2D6 (debrisoquine 4-hydroxylase)
substrates identified the distance between the basic nitrogen and the site of
oxidation to be approx 5 Å for 11 substrates (177). Furthermore, all substrates
had a …
between+the+basic
The difference between the basic and the dual-task conditions should provide
information on the divided attention ability of … In our example, a relatively small
or large difference between the basic and dual-task conditions cannot be taken to …
The contrast between the basic and intermediate levels was developed to reflect
a recognized need for GED preparation services. Therefore, the bookmark cut
score between these two performance levels was compared with the contrast …
Deviation is the difference between the basic size and the hole or shaft size. This
is equivalent to the word “Tolerance” in the English system.  Upper Deviation is
the difference between the basic size and the permitted maximum size. This is …
The model developed in this book is ultimately based on the latter conception
and reflects the opposite view that international law is essential where choosing
between the basic and the dynamic structures of international legal argument.
Thus …
Accordingly, spacing between the basic region and the zipper is crucial for DNA-
binding. This spacing, i.e., the distance between the N-terminal leucine and the
conserved pair of C-terminal arginines is seven amino-acids, an integral number …
The first recorded use of the word racism occurred between 1930 and 1969.
Distinction between the basic senses of the verb to discriminate The previous
analysis suggests that a distinction should be drawn between two basic senses
of …
Epistemic modality 1.1.4. Alternative organizations of the modal domain 1.2.
Relations between the basic categories 1.2.1. Conceptual relations 1.2.2. Formal,
diachronic and ontogenetic relations 1.3. Categories at the edges of modality 1.3.
1.
level binding the legislative power; to tie "equality" to the equally fundamental
reference point of "freedom"; and to provide a reciprocal flow of influence and
thus of constraint between the basic norms of dignity, freedom, and equality on
the …
In terms of contributions, the rate of substitution between the basic program and
private saving seems to be almost one to one.8 This means that a dollar added to
payroll taxes means a dollar off private saving. Between 1971 and 1975, …
… directions for research in this exciting and interesting area of gastroenterology
and gastrointestinal physiology. The book attempts to bridge the gap between the
basic scientists working in their laboratories and clinicians treating patients.
Thus, we have seen in the West German engineering indus- 437 Labour Code
art. 484. 438 Art. 468-469; Gonzalez Charty, Colombia no. 371-372. try the
divisions between the basic collective agreement (Manteltarifvertrag), the Ill 12-
345 …
It is a difference that is maintained in the interpretation itself between the basic
possibilities that belong to a kind of being and how those possibilities are
actualized in each case. Heidegger's philosophy investigates the 'existential'
structures of …
The difference between the basic estimate and the expected value of the project
costs is €10 million. In principle, the difference between the basic estimate and
the expected value should be equal to the contingency items. In this example, the …
Lower deviation is the algebraic difference between the basic size and the
minimum deviation limit. 19.2.6 Allowance It is the dimensional difference
between the maximum limit of two mating components, provided intentionally to
obtain the …
… decisive break with the homogeneity between the basic premises of political
and methodological nationalism can the structures, contradictions, options and
constraints of national patterns of action in the world risk society be laid bare.
The values of the ratios at either end of each plague year are set at the levels
reached by linear interpolation between the basic inflation ratios at 'benchmark'
years (see table 3.11 below). This means that the plague peak must be set high …
… change made between the basic and derived form, the more likely the derived
form is to become autonomous. 16 Vgl. Booij, S. 364 17 Vgl. ebd., S. 364 18 Vgl.
ebd., S. 364 19 Vgl. J. L. Bybee, Morphology: A Study of the Relation between …
cunning of the technical sales rep
… 614, on 14 September23. The ,Liber Pontificalis' recalls these two feasts, the
Finding and the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, which spread from the rest of
Latinity in the course of the eighth century24. Cluny welcomed them
enthusiastically25.
Then, as the book progresses, the revelation of Jesus' glory is especially tied to
Jesus' cross and the exaltation that ensues (cf. Thiising) - and certainly only those
who have faith 'see' the glory of God in the Word-made-flesh in events such as …
The witness, the humiliation and the exaltation of the Servant are the
eschatological salvation event, the new exodus, by which the unique deity of God
is now identified, such that the ends of the earth acknowledge that God is God
and turn to …
This section anticipates the importance of the Christological double movement:
the humiliation of God and the exaltation of the human being (both of which have
taken place in the incarnation of Jesus Christ). Part II is titled “The Humanity of …
The humiliation, therefore, is the humiliation of God, the exaltation the exaltation
of man : the humiliation of God to supreme glory, as the activation and
demonstration of His divine being ; and the exaltation of man as the work of God's
grace …
In the Evangelical Catechism on which I was nurtured, the most extended
presentation (#72) offered the theme: Question: In which passage of Holy
Scripture do we find the humiliation and the exaltation of Christ briefly described?
Answer.
and+the+exaltation
McNAMARA, M. The Ascension and the Exaltation of Christ in the Fourth Gospel.
Sc 19 (47, 1967): 65-73. — . Logos of the Fourth Gospel and Memra of the
Palestinian Targum (Ex 12:42). ET 79 (4, 1968): 115-117. — . The New
Testament …
and+the+exaltation
The ascension and the exaltation of Christ had the purpose "that he might fill all
the things," ra iravra, definite, all that exists. As the two participles are aorists and
express definite historical past acts, so "might fill" is an aorist subjunctive that is …
and+the+exaltation
… into the future and the exaltation of memory (Bertrand, 1826, 408-417). It was
held that the dreams that occurred in states of somnambulism were identical to
those that occurred in sleep. Through analogy, the properties attributed to states
of …
God exalted him at his right hand as Leader and Savior." In such passages, the
resurrection and the exaltation can be understood as a single event. This theme
of Jesus' exaltation at the right hand of God is a prominent one throughout the …
and+the+exaltation
… to communicate two simultaneous realities about the crucifixion. By saying that
the crucifixion, the lifting up of Jesus on the cross, and the exaltation are one and
the same, the Fourth Evangelist defines the life-giving power of Jesus' death.
15. For review of scholarship on the matter, see esp. Larry J. Kreitzer, "When He
at Last Is First!: Philippians 2:9-11 and the Exaltation of the Lord," in Where
Christology Began, 111-27. 16. Nagata, "Philippians 2:5-11," 279-93, esp. 283.
17.
… from the very outset the (Son-of-Man1 christology deriving from this tradition
was three- or even four-dimensional: It speaks of the preexistence. the earthly
appearance. the cross. and the exaltation of the Son of Man-messiah Jesus
Christ.
and+the+exaltation
3:16, announces both the Ascension and the exaltation that follows. Thus the NT
Epistles are not concerned primarily with the story of the Ascension itself as a
separate event in the life of Jesus. Instead, the Epistles focus on the exaltation of …
The first, consisting of Inanna and Ebih, in-nin ˇsà- gurx-ra, and The Exaltation of
Inanna, constitutes hymns of praise to Inanna, patron deity of the Sargonic kings,
in which their triumphs over foreign enemies and internal rebellions are thinly …
and+the+exaltation and+the+exaltation and+the+exaltation and+the+exaltation
T By reason <f, a sterile Planet, has that for his house, and the O for Exaltation, is
rather a Sign of Barrenness than otherwise. b Is reputed more fruitful than barren,
being the house of 9, who is fruitful, and the exaltation of 2). n Is adjudged …
Christopher Rowland, Apocalyptic Visions and the Exaltation of Christ in the
Letter to the Colossians: JSNT 19 (1983) 73-83. - Ed. Parish Sanders, Literary
Dependence in Colossians: JBL 85 (1966) 28-45. - Wolfgang Schenk, Christus,
das …
In music there is perhaps always some sort of a social situation, in terms of the
emotional response involved; and the exaltation of music would have, I suppose,
reference to the completeness of the organization of the response that answers to …
Joint possession is when two planets are in a single sign or behold it, it
happening to be the domicile of one and the exaltation of the other. 31.
Incongruity of Position. Incongruity of position is when the diurnal [planets] hold
the [principal] …
and+the+exaltation
Thus Aries is the house of 6* (or its ruler is 6), and the exaltation of the O. The
triplicity ruler is the O by day, or in horoscopes where the O is above the horizon,
and 7f by night, when the O is below the horizon. The term or division from o° to 6
° …
and+the+exaltation
Gender has become an important analytical tool for looking at the histories of
asceticism, especially the relationship of the ascetic self to power in terms of
conformity and resistance. Indeed, we might claim that resistance to power
enacted …
of the Ascetic Ideal 161 B. Foucault's Genealogy of the Desiring Subject: The
Premodern Experience 164 1. The Ethical Substance: Ontology 165 2. The Mode
of Subjection: Deontology 168 3. The Form of Relationship with the Self: Ascetics …
… of the entire gruesome earthly seriousness and wretchedness of earlier times,
of the coarsest form- now finally overcome — found in the anti-nature of the
ascetic ideal. This, as noted, would have been worthy precisely of a great
tragedian: …
Also, there is a cry for and problematization of a counter-ideal at the end of the
essay (GM II 24) that forms a transition to the third essay that is completely
devoted to the problem of the ascetic ideal. Anticipating the discussion of this
topic at the …
… A Bridge too far Asceticism and Eternal Recurrence*. er eine ganze geistige
Welt, eine ganze Kulturwelt, einen Lebensinhalt, einen Kanon bedeute (Janz
1979/III, 28). 11.1 Nietzsche's philosophy from the perspective of the ascetic ideal …
I have decided not to include the Gnoxtzkoi" in my translation of the ascetic
corpus, because there is no complete text in Greek and only four manuscripts
supply the text for nineteen chapters (seventeen in one case). \5(/here no Greek
text …
All this bears testimony to the influence of the ascetic ideal and to a
preoccupation with abandoning the sensual, material order. The Brahmanic
theory of the four stages of life supposes that at the end of his life a man will
eventually renounce …
Here I show Nietzsche's concept of the ascetic ideal as and through a metaphor
for a process of the production of meaning. The process shows phenomena
arising and transpiring according to the concepts of dynamic non-dualism and …
Disciplining Christian Discourse Nathan G. Jennings. Incarnation, Kenosis and
the Restoration of Mimesis 85 Chapter Four: Grace is Ascetic and Ascesis is a
Gift 91 Flood on the Ambiguity of the Ascetic-self 92 Rogers on the Gift of the
Spirit …
… unter privilegierten Schichten verbreitet war. Der Beitrag zeigt aber deutlich,
daß Asketen nicht nur der Unterschicht angehörten. 25 Siehe besonders den oft
zitierten Aufsatz von J. Moussaieff Masson, „The Psychology of the Ascetic" …
Briefly put, rules became moral rules when their violation was thought to incur
guilt, and the idea of guilt is a transformation of the idea of debt by means of the
ascetic ideal. Further, the noble nonmoral conception of virtue or goodness …
Just as Nietzsche's self-overcoming in his account of the ascetic ideal echoes the
theme of self-sacrifice, Heidegger's interpretation echoes the same thing. The
individual individuates itself by discovering the singularity of its being to death
and …
The Kapalikas were clearly the most notorious of the ascetic systems, having
been roundly rebuked in much of dramatic literature and poetry for excesses of
conduct, which included ritual intercourse and the sacramental ingestion of …
of+the+ascetic of+the+ascetic
And this is perhaps best characterized in their respective attitudes to renunciation
and worldly engagement. The religious ideal of the ascetic typical of many
Hindus (and Jains) has essentially no counterpart in Zoroastrian teaching.2 In
fact, …
Two of the most productive manifestations of the ascetic wandering of holy
people in world history have been the Irish practice of peregrinatio in the early
Middle Ages and the centuries-long Buddhist quest for holy texts.Irish
peregrinatio …
… wilderness (a kind of Weir-Mitchell isolation, though of course without that
system of excessive feeding and fattening which is the most efficient antidote to
all the hysteria of the ascetic ideal); consider too the whole metaphysic of the
priests, …
These texts, with their constant emphasis on the importance of the ascetic way of
life, quickly proved to be the most popular form of Christian discourse.
Hagiography is closely associated with the cultural climate in the world of Late
Antiquity.
of+the+ascetic
TAsK oF THE INVEsTIGATIoN 79 PART II THE PRACTICAL ETHICS OF THE
ASCETIC BRANCHES OF PROTESTANTISM IV. THE RELIGIoUs FoUNnATIoNs
oF WoRLnLY AsCETICIsM 95 A. Calvinism 98 B. Pietism 128 C. Methodism 139
D.
They seem actually to echo words used by Jerome in a letter to Paulinus in
praise of the ascetic life.26 For all the ascetic colouring in which Paulinus
presents Christianity in this letter, however, what is striking is that in the end he
refuses to …
He begins by noting the duplicity of the ascetic renunciation of secular life in
order to prepare the soul for the heavenly world to come. Far from renouncing
power and secular authority, asceticism offers one of the most powerful
techniques for …
… and the Church (Oxford, 1978). 183-5. The language of culture and status may
have served as an effective constraining device. 1 A complete English translation
of the Ascetic Discourses, with Prayer and Otium in Cassian's Institutes 29.
of+the+ascetic
5 Asceticism in Life-Enhancement and Life-Denial 81 5.1 The 'ascetic conceptual
form': a definition 81 5.2 Life-enhancing expressions of the ascetic form 83 5.3
Life-denying expressions: the ascetic ideal's structure and motives 88 5.4 Forcing …
… which produced some of the most influential promoters of the ascetic life in
Gaul, was primarily cenobitic and Basilian.5 As spiritual "relay stations" for
eastern influence in Gaul (the phrase is Prinz's), the monastic centers of Lérins,
Marseilles …
.
It was already three weeks now
The bad news—and Gage had discovered there was always a downside to every
piece of news he received—was that Jed had been framed for the murder of
Frank Medici. And by appearing again in D.C., he ran the risk of being taken out
for …
The bad news—and Gage had discovered there was always a downside to every
piece of news he received— was that Jed had been framed for the murder of
Frank Medici. And by appearing again in D.C., he ran the risk of being taken out
for …
There was a husky seductive quality to his countering question that sent fire
through her veins. "Let's play another game of croquet!" Amy came bounding
between the two chairs, breaking the magic spell that Jed had been casting over
her.
She hadn't been wrong, then, in her feeling earlier that Jed had been in no way
as surprised to see her this evening as she had to see him? Jed seemed
unconcerned. 'You're a very difficult woman to track down.' Georgie was taken
aback.
“Did you tell David that Jed had been stalked when he ran for office? That's one
of the reasons he told you he was so sympathetic to Lascar.” “What was that all
about, Alex?” “I hardly know what to believe at this point, guys. When we first met, …
William was saddened to learn from Sculley that Jed had been a member of that
party: the temptation to regain face and influence had been too great.
Furthermore, there had been suggestions that the rebel host was to be joined
and …
retouching Koons’s expression
Skip stood up as he heard the sound of something sailing from above his head
as he stood up and flashed his light at the body of the policeman, and saw the
arrow protruding out of his eye. He was about to yell, when a hand from behind
him …
as+he+stood+up
He was so serious as he stood up. He surmised this would be her first experience
in this too. She had unintentionally tensed up. Mercedes was more talk than she
was game. . . there were lots of things she hadn't done before. He sighed and …
She stood up on her knees as she had before and held her arms out to him and
clamped her legs around his waist as he stood up and took her weight and she
buried her face in his neck and sighed deep and long as she clung to him.
He put his weight on the oar to hold the fish as still as possible and carefully ran
the rope in the mouth and out the gills. He grabbed the end sticking out the gills
and pulled as he stood up. He quickly tied the rope together and took the oar out …
he asked as he stood up and the sun nearly made him disappear. “Fine,” he said
as he sat up. Looking over to the other side of the mattress, he asked, “Where's
Kristen?” “She's downstairs getting a shower,” he answered and then got a smile …
he interrupted as he stood up. '100 metres a bit at the high end, but I should be
quick enough to unsnag that anchor of yours if its an in and out job' he smiled
assertively. 'What; do think you could dive down there and free the anchor Wayne
?
“How could I be so wrong about helping people? My hands are tied and I can't do
any good at all. I don't understand. I stood up for what was right!” With that
statement he brushed past Patricia as he stood up and began pacing the length
of the …
He stood in a black, short sleeved, button up shirt, completed with blue jeans and
black shoes. Terrance stared at him, confused; he couldn't understand why he
was there. “Miss Sanders,” said Emmanuel, still smirking as he stood up straight.
… I am come, not as your brother only, but as a monk, to warn you." Ralph waved
his hand, smiling, towards the dish and the bottle. It seemed to sting Chris with a
kind of fury, for his eyes blazed and his mouth tightened as he stood up abruptly.
I've been trying to call him all morning, but he's not answering the phone,” Zyir
said as he stood up and began to pace the floor. He picked up the phone and
tried to reach Mecca once again, but he just got the voicemail like before. “Damn!
She said to him as he stood up. Sakuris nodded, "Ready when you are." He
responded. Saiera walked over and put her arm around her waist as they walked
out the door and outside to where a horse was waiting. Sakuris saddled the
horse …
As he stood up, his penis rested under my balls, it was like a hot poker
sandwiched between my thighs. He spit on his fingers and began lubricating me.
Then there was a moment when he wasn't touching me and I felt abandoned. But
he was …
“I know,” he said as he stood up and threw the pebble. “I saw something that I
thought was real neat.” “What's that?” Terry said as he stood up, watching the
pebble as it bounced off a branch. “Follow me,” Phailedagin replied as he darted
off to …
“Joey reached behind and pulled Clay's ass in tightly as he began to revolve his
hips, and hump his ass back and forth on the still-hard prick inside it. Immedi-
ately, his own prick began to swell and lengthen, and as he stood up, causing …
Thanks, fam,” Mecca said as he stood up and dusted off his pants. “Don't mention
it,” Murder said as he walked toward the tombstone as if the conversation was
over. “Yo, hold up,” Mecca said as he followed Murder. “That was some real shit.
as+he+stood+up as+he+stood+up as+he+stood+up as+he+stood+up
Oh my God, Matt, you are God!” Matt leaned down and kissed Sean very softly. “
Take me, Sean. Worship your God!” As he stood up, Matt gently took Sean's head
in his hands and began to press his cock against his mouth. “Open to me, Sean.
'Do not move,' he instructed harshly as he stood up to cross the room to the jug
and bowl on the washstand, pouring some of the water from the jug into the bowl
before moistening a cloth and cleaning Caro's blood from his own body before …
T moaned with pleasure as he mounted me on his shoulders as he stood up all in
one movement and began to go to work on me. I almost forgot that Vince and
Tremel were in the next room. And I am sure they can here me but so what.
as+he+stood+up
He was sure he had sensed some presence and as soon as he stood up, the
sensation returned. This time he was being watched. Nex ran over to the other
side of the track and followed a barricade of broken vehicles piled high until he
came …
She watched Euftis as he stood up and let his pants fall to the floor. She watched
his dick and balls bounce as he walked over to her and held her legs straight up
so that he could remove her panties. The muscles of her body tensed and she …
"And we will both be strong and brave!" exclaimed Gi wedin gripping his friend's
hand tightly and pulling him to his feet. "How did you become so wise?" asked
Ningabi ani-noodin as he stood up. "I listen to my grandfather," answered Gi
wedin …
All of Mr. Lunski's determined Polish ancestry reinforced his American
stubbornness as he stood up to his great height, hitched up his considerable girth
and announced, »Doc, you're all mixed up. That's our kid.« The Lunskis spent
many …
replied the young man as he stood up and made his way to the bedroom door. “
Don't be too long,” remarked the woman as she went downstairs to the kitchen. “I'
ll be down in a few minutes,” replied the young man as he opened the door of the …
… defensive shielding and drive systems. 'That's it, sir, fully linked in and ready for
power up,' said the technician as he stood up and stepped out of the housing
block. 'Energize the unit,' said Fazi. The technician sat down at the control
console …
as+he+stood+up
Free couldn't help but to laugh at the girl before him. She was unlike any chick
that he had ever encountered. He was intrigued by her arrogant swagger, and
her beauty was comparable to none. “Let's go, shorty,” he said as he stood up
and.
What the hell, Scott thought, as he stood up and walked to the television set. He
unbuttoned his fly as he walked, and pushed his erect cock so that it poked
between the folds of fabric. "That's my Boy," Joey Stefano said, reaching out from
the …
And he needed a stout heart and a profane to support him as he stood up to
kindle with his own hands the heathen fires of idolatry and impurity at Bethel. And
, behold there came a man of God out of Judah by the word of the Lord unto
Bethel: …
as he stood up. 'Ah, good afternoon, my lord.' He bowed deeply to Lord
Faringdon. 'Mr Faringdon.' He inclined his head very slightly to Godfrey.
Faringdon didn't bother with any civilities. 'What the devil is this about,
Wimbourne? I received a …
He grabbed my wrist as he stood up and pulled me back. I work out five times a
week and have a tight muscular body, but all my strength was nothing in the face
of his sheer brute power. In high school and college football, he had faced down …
from+his+chair from+his+chair from+his+chair from+his+chair from+his+chair
Papers in Honour of T. Neville Postlethwaite to Mark the Occasion of His
Retirement from His Chair in Comparative Education at the University of
Hamburg Wilfried Bos, Rainer H. Lehmann. To mark the retirement of our
distinguished …
The old Doctor rose from his chair and padded stiffly to an open area at the other
end of the room. "This room will do. May we have it?" As the Director nodded,
Allison pulled the remote from his pocket, punched a sequence on the keypad
and …
from+his+chair from+his+chair from+his+chair
Cramer's exclamation, ' Cela m'ennuie/ worked like a thunderclap on the easily
excited Kiesewetter; he sprang indignantly from his chair, and we subsequently
had a deal of trouble and worry to reconcile the two." There were large numbers
of …
He stumbled up from his chair as his unwelcome visitor came closer, his leg
aching with a vengeance. 'What do you want?' he managed to croak. The face
came into the light. It was none other than Mauthis, from the banking house of
Valint …
One night Venuti conspired with a musician in the second row, and when Alonge
stood up and laid down his violin, it was quickly removed from his chair and
replaced with a large wooden cigar box. Venuti then said loudly, “Aw, siddown, …
Poor Joseph could hardly rise from his chair; the parson was employed in wiping
the blood from his eyes, which had entirely blinded him; and the landlord was but
just beginning to stir; whilst Mrs. Slipslop, holding down the landlady's face with …
from+his+chair
Hunter slipped from his chair and dropped to his knees. Lifting up his recently
vacated seat, he examined the crisscross supports on the bottom and the steel
beam-like legs. "Fundamental, yet still pretty." He grinned. "Now both Karen and I
can …
from+his+chair
Yagarrish, drive out Yamm. Drive out Yamm from his chair. Nahar from the throne
of his sovereignty. May you leap from the hand of Baal, Like a bird of prey from
his fingers. Hit the shoulder of Prince Yamm, Between the hands of Judge River.
He rose from his chair, walked behind Harrington, and closed the office door
before returning to his desk. “I need you up there as the Snow King, Bill.” The
almost pleading tone to O'Neill's voice and sudden informality caught Harrington
totally …
from+his+chair from+his+chair
Michael laughed heartily, rose from his chair and walked to where Tony was
seated, placed a comforting hand on his … Tony rose from his chair and went
over to the black leather couch on which he'd lain many times as he told Michael
about …
He wasn't moved from his chair for two and a half days. The first day we
respected his wish not to be hoisted for pressure relief as he was in control of his
care and said he was tired and wanted to rest. The second day it would have
been totally …
from+his+chair
But,' said Barde, rising from his chair again, 'I must give Vixen her supper too,
confound her! though she'll do nothing with it but nourish those unnecessary
babbies. That's the way with these women, they've got no head-pieces to nourish,
and …
from+his+chair
Like nothing we have experienced before." Martin grunted. He and Mac? What
did that mean? Mac had touched her at the table this morning, and Martin had
burst from his chair. Would her presence in this house cause a family squabble?
from+his+chair
… thinking it his duty to show his respect and good intentions. Although Fyodor
Pavlovitch was taken unawares, he was equal to the occasion. In response to
Dmitri's bow he jumped up from his chair and made his son a bow as low in
return.
from+his+chair
Buff lunged from his chair with a roar as Porthos leapt onto the control panel and
danced across the buttons. Without any warning the gravity system went haywire
and everyone floated into the air, moving like a slow-motion vid. The doctor and …
from+his+chair from+his+chair from+his+chair
,
throwing+out+his+arms
The luckless limner, thus suddenly brought out from his dreams, sat up with a
piercing yell, while Hordle John bounded back into the circle almost as rapidly as
he had left it. ' One more fall, by all the saints !' he cried, throwing out his arms.
throwing+out+his+arms
He said, throwing out his arms, “By God, I've had a day of it and I'm damnably
glad to be home!” and then kissed her and slid his hands over her hips in a way
that confirmed her beliefthat she was growing on him at a pace that she would
have …
throwing+out+his+arms
… thoroughly into good condition, after a long journey from the north, before you
were made into prime roast and boiled; it wasn't agreeable to have a young
fellow insult you by holding down his head, throwing out his arms, and
pretending.
He dropped the bag, throwing out his arms to catch himself as he fell forward. His
fingernails scraped across the slick tiles and he skittered downward, scrabbling
uselessly, moaning out loud. In that instant there flew into his mind an image of …
throwing+out+his+arms
… when the hose raised far enough to make it over the man's big head. The
curling snake of rubber came down, the man throwing out his arms in a
demurring, stampeding fight. As the hose gyrated, it dropped below 415
BENNEY'S STORY.
throwing+out+his+arms throwing+out+his+arms throwing+out+his+arms
Choate came on, throwing out his arms at first, but that was to get his balance,
then stopping so short that he rocked on his heels. He was a man who showed
his liquor in his eyes. They glistened like a treed coon's. “I wish he warn't so
drunk,” …
Throwing out his arms, Tud bellowed, "I don't have to tell you the importance of
intensity. WE DON'T WIN GAMES WITHOUT I N T E N S I T Y!" The clamor
resumed, accompanied by overriding laughter, as Tud descended from the stage
down …
… the river, filling the space, touching his heart, his brain with a cold hand. He
could see and think of nothing else. He saw it--the sure death--everywhere. He
saw it so close that he was always on the point of throwing out his arms to keep it
off.
throwing+out+his+arms
The thing rolled in front of Ssaska's feet so quickly that he couldn't keep from
stepping on it, slipping and throwing out his arms to catch his balance. “No!”
Tweaks cried, his eyes full of horror as Ssaska yanked his knee upward. The
thing rolled …
Throwing out his arms, he pushed back the other men and closed on the old
banker. With a powerful hand he gripped one of his arms and drew him nearer to
Rebecca. There was something terrible in his voice, something final and ultimate, …
throwing+out+his+arms
Thoughts "too deep for swift telling" are thronging his brain. Is she going to cast
him far from her into outer darkness for ever and for ever? " Say it — say it at once
if you mean it," he cries suddenly in a terrible voice, throwing out his arms to her …
he said again, throwing out his arms in that flustered way of his. Then, whirling
round, he marched off toward the bathroom. So, there you have it. That's why I
didn't call you, Eleanor. I was embarrassed and ashamed — unsure of who or
what …
As Father said this, he acted it out, first crouching down behind the large sleeve
of his rason and peeking out from behind it, then throwing out his arms in great
glee as if responding to the call, and then rocking an imaginary child in his arms …
He would be throwing out his arms and hugging himself against the cold, or, with
his old man's titter, pinching a maid, or one of the cooks. "Have a nip," he would
say, holding out his snuffbox to the women. The women would take a pinch and …
But this devil, television, must be more than resisted! It must be utterly and
completely destroyed! This greatest of evils must be extirpated, eradicated from
the human mind! Throwing out his arms majestically Howard cried out to the
heavens in …
throwing+out+his+arms
Ronny rubbed his temples and closed his eyes for a second before opening them
and throwing out his arms. “Bam! Got it! I was told from a buddy of mine who
works in U.S. customs at LAX that he had to turn some Iranians away from entry
into …
throwing+out+his+arms throwing+out+his+arms
Lord also saw him and, throwing out his arms, turned to me and said : " Look,
Vladek ! We're in heaven ! " He pointed to the oldest woman in the room, a hefty
looking female, and said : " The sun ! " Then, pointing in succession to 5° LOVER
OF …
throwing+out+his+arms
Soon his movements become wilder, and the spectators all clap their hands in
measure; he circles madly about, throwing out his arms, and after turning several
somersaults kneels facing the musicians. After a moment's pause he begins to …
“I have only just returned,” De Froilette answered, throwing out his arms to draw
attention to his clothes, “and before going to the Altstrasse came to prepare you. I
have been waiting at the cafe opposite until Lord Cloverton came out.
"Whoopee!" almost shouted Alan finally, throwing out his arms as if to embrace
his friend. "All we need is an Indian or two and I guess we'd be out West for sure."
"You may not be so anxious to see them before we start back," remarked Ned.
them, throwing out its upper corners as it came to rest, for all the world like an
exhausted tumbler throwing out his arms. The carriage drew up. With a foot on
the step: "You need not call on Lord Burdon till I have written to you—to arrange a …
Hunter turned and looked toward the locks, throwing out his arms as though
admiring a wide vista of great emotional power. Together we watched the ships
slide through the dark metal water as though they were being drawn through
tubes.
… is what she's thinking about, really feeling. Which I should have figured out
years ago. And Daddy figures it out, too. Then I get this envelope from José. It is a
picture of my father laughing, smiling, throwing out his arms like he feels great.
(he isn't an old man) When you use the past in this way, you can use were
instead of was: □ Why do you talk about him as if he were (or was) an old man?
□ They treat me as if I were (or was) their own son. (I'm not their son) 236 If I was/
were …
IV, So, let him lean upon his staff, excellent! he stands as if he were begging of
bacon. | 1681 Dryden, Spanish Friar (Mermaid) II, iii, I'll kneel down, father, as if I
were taking absolution. | 1686 Idem, Defence Papers Written by the Late King (in …
(he isn't an old man) When you use the past in this way, you can use were
instead of was: □ Why do you talk about him as if he were (or was) an old man?
□ They treat me as if I were (or was) their own son. (I'm not their son) 236 If I was/
were …
… historic, the verb of the comparative clause is imperfect, pluperfect, or future-in-
the-past periphrastic subjunctive (-urus esseni): (a) Primary: ambulat tanquam si (
quasi, velut si, perinde ac si, etc.) claudus sit. 'He is walking as if he were lame.
But he took the infliction as inevitable, as if he were guilty of his own nature, as if
his being were wrong, and his mother's conception right. If he could have been
what he liked, he would have been that which his mother fondly but deludedly …
Causticum (H) Absent Acts. — He acts as if he were absent. Lycopodium (H)
Absent Feet. — Hands and feet … He feels as if he were absorbed in higher
thoughts but he is not conscious of them. Camphor (H) Accident Apprehension.
— With …
as+if+he+were
The following example stresses that Jaggers is a very cool person: 'he washed
his clients off, as if he were a surgeon or a dentist' (Chapter 26). A closer look at
the pronouns that follow as reveals further information. The most frequent
pronoun …
as+if+he+were
He pinched the bridge of his nose and worked his fingers back and forth as if he
were trying to straighten his nose. I heard the smack of the refrigerator door and
the clink of bottles. I wanted my father to hurry. After what had just happened with …
And it seems that when he refers to the Socrates here before you and uses my
name, he makes me an example, as if he were to say, "That one among you b is
wisest, mortals, who, like Socrates, has recognized that he's truly worthless
where …
Therefore, every rational being must so act as if he were by his maxims in every
case a legislating member in the universal kingdom of ends. The formal principle
of these maxims is: So act as if your maxim were to serve also as the universal …
… the Contracting Parties under the same conditions as if he were a national of
the latter, provided that: a in the case of invalidity benefit under either a
contributory or non- contributory scheme he had become ordinarily resident in
the territory …
as+if+he+were
… menunjukkan bahwa sesuatu tidak sesungguhnya atau bertentangan dengan
yang sebenarnya. subject + verb(present) + as if/as though + subject + verb(past)
He speaks as if he were my superior. Dia bicara seolah-olah dia atasan saya.
"Yes'm, I suppose so," Red Sam said as if he were struck with this answer. His
wife brought the orders, carrying the five plates all at once without a tray, two in
each hand and one balanced on her arm. "It isn't a soul in this green world of
God's …
11 PAUL, Sabinus, book 4: In the following case, an adoptive grandson does not
come into the potestas of the deceased's son on the death of the grandfather: a
person who had a son had afterward adopted a grandson as if he were that son's …
Use: He talks as if he were a king. 6. I like you better than him. Than. Conjunction.
Use: Chhoti is stronger than you. 7. He neither reads nor does he let others read.
Neither.... Nor. Conjunction. Use: Neither he reads nor does he play. Errors in …
as+if+he+were as+if+he+were
“We need to set our affections on some good man and keep him constantly
before our eyes, so that we may live as if he were watching us and do everything
as if he saw what we were doing.” This, my dear Lucilius, is Epicurus' advice, and
in …
as+if+he+were
The following is but one example :45 In the words of its author, Udayaraja,
Mahmood Shah, a thorough-going Muslim, was 'the protector of Hindu Dharma',
as if he were an orthodox Hindu being. Describing him as a ksatriya king, the
poet …
as+if+he+were as+if+he+were
Coming therefore in a body to James they said, 'We entreat thee, restrain the
people; for they are gone astray in regard to Jesus, as if he were the Christy We
entreat thee to persuade all that have come to the feast of the Passover
concerning …
as+if+he+were
Hale stopped speaking, and stood staring at the rocker, as if he were still seeing
the woman who had sat there the morning before. Nobody spoke; it was as if
every one were seeing the woman who had sat there the morning before. "And
what …
'Lady of mine! Am I to lie here all my life, my father?' 'What do I know!' cried the
jailer, turning upon him with southern quickness, and gesticulating with both his
hands and all his fingers, as if he were threatening to tear him to pieces. 'My
friend …
as+if+he+were as+if+he+were
IF HE PUT OUT HIS EYE, HE PAYS HIM FOR THE DEPRECIATION OF HIS
VALUE BECAUSE OF THE LOSS OF THE EYE, AND AS TO THE LOSS OF TIME
FROM WORK, HE IS REGARDED AS IF HE WERE PUSHING THE GRINDING …
Paralysed feeling in 1. side, — On raising foot in walking, momentary feeling as if
he were floating upwards, and on foot touching ground an unpleasant feeling
making a shuddering sensation pass all over him. 26. Sleep. —Irresistible desire
to …
One suspected of atheism was shunned like a leper, and hated as if he were a
fiend incarnate. Yet how many glorious champions of truth, how many path-
finders of humanity, how many saints of the earth, whose noble lives were the
best …
Why do you talk about him as if he was an old man? (he isn't an old man) When
you use the past in this way, you can use were instead of was: □ Why do you talk
about him as if he were (or was) an old man? □ They treat me as if I were (or …
Depending on whether he says something in agreement with the evaluation of Yy
he is either trying to convince the hearer to believe the truth, or else he is trying to
convince him of the contrary, i.e. he is trying to deceive him.
Answers: A. 4 B. 2 C. 1 D. 3 Discussion: The audience in these examples
consists of a single person, rather than a group. However, the principles can
apply to any situation in which one person is trying to convince another. 1. How
much of …
… are not the body, why repeat it? If you really know you are the supreme self,
then who are you convincing every morning? That shows you don't know. You
are just trying to convince yourself that 244 VEDANTA: SEVEN STEPS TO
SAMADHI.
Alan is always trying to convince me and I am trying to convince him. The main
difference between the two of us is not about the long term or medium term, it is of
course the short term, which you mentioned yourself. The main difference is that …
Trying to convince is that we are separate and this is all up to us: that we can't
rely on God and put our faith in Spirit, … Trying to convince us that our lover is
having an affair: that we can't trust her anymore, because she is a whore now and
will …
trying+to+convince trying+to+convince
a company selling wallpaper over the internet; • a catalog selling office furniture; •
a company selling pantyhose to women who weigh more than 250 pounds; • a
company trying to convince smokers to quit; • a tobacco company trying to
Fred was trying to convince the jury that the victim misiden- tified the defendant
as the perpetrator of the crime. b. … Along these same lines, we also know that (2
) is not a sentence of English: (2) Was trying to convince the jury Fred that the …
MAYBE BY THE PERSON THAT'S TRYING TO CONVINCE 'EM
UNDERSTANDING THEIR BACKGROUND, UH … So the person who's trying to
convince, for instance, the instructor or whomever it is trying to convince the
students who speak …
A company selling pantyhose to women who weigh more than 250 pounds • A
company trying to convince smokers to quit • A tobacco company trying to
convince tobacco chewers to change brands • A mail-order music club trying to
convince
A company selling pantyhose to women who weigh more than 250 pounds • A
company trying to convince smokers to quit • A tobacco company trying to
convince tobacco chewers to change brands • A mail-order music club trying to
convince
However, one may have formed her attitude through unpleasant experiences—
trying to convince a boyfriend to put on a condom—only to find him intransigent,
getting scared, and then resolving to assert herself more forcefully next time …
(If you were trying to convince someone else that your view is right, what
evidence would you give to try to show this?) Well, as compared with intelligence,
you know, saying it's more important than that. It's just simply that a lot of
intelligent kids …
The initial question was followed by several probes, for example, "If you were
trying to convince someone else that your view is right, what evidence would you
give to try to show this?" (The complete interview protocol is presented in
appendix …
What are you trying to convince them of? Using the example above, you are
trying to convince a hiring manager that you have terrific Finance skills. You may
also want the hiring manager to know about your ability to speak French and your …
Fish cites Rollin (1986) who answers in the affirmative, but Fish holds that Donne
is "his poem's first reader, the desperate audience of its hoped-for effect," and "
not only is he trying to convince readers of his ultimate sincerity — of his mind's …
The key to persuasive writing is that the writer or speaker is trying to convince
someone of something. Usually the … This occurs when the author or a character
directly says the name of the person whom he or she is trying to convince.
Several …
I shall thus be trying to convince you of what may be a disturbing premise: that
merely by opening our mouths and speaking English we can be drawn into a
very real and serious frame conflict. My own belief is that this frame conflict has …
Surely they are not trying to convince each other. Is the government trying to
convince the opposition or is the opposition trying to convince the government? If
that's the purpose, then Parliaments and Legislatures have wasted their time for …
… the pens of even experienced mathematicians. They too can struggle,
sometimes for months or years, to express succinctly but clearly what they see,
feel and have come to know from their experience. You start by trying to convince
yourself.
Unwilling to risk losing her, he stopped trying to convince her to join the real
world. Keeping her busy with deadlines and their Thursday-night pizza dates, he
allowed her to convince him she was happy with her life as it was, which in turn, …
It seems that the passage is trying to convince us that Falstaff cannot have dieted,
and we seem to have a clear argument if we rearrange it to read: People who diet
lose weight. Falstaff hasn't lost weight. Therefore, he cannot have dieted.
… that what they are depicting is accurate and true-to-life and, second, that you
should adopt a certain stance toward the events they are depicting. In Indictment,
the filmmakers are trying to convince you that the McMartin trial unfolded as they …
What makes a good persuader are how credible, trustworthy, attractive, and
competent they are • The message is what the source is trying to convince the
target of. Relevant factors include how far the message departs from the target's
ideas, …
… he knows; and if you're going to try to convince us that just, because it is odd in
that sense, that therefore we cannot or ought not say it then you're trying to
convince us that we cannot or ought not say something which is true, true in
spades.
What's he trying to convince you of? What opinion is he trying to make you have?
In this discussion, the teacher repeatedly reformulates her question to guide the
students to identify the author's intentions: (1) 'What was the author trying to tell …
Tip 51: Let your audience arrive at your conclusion Advanced When you are
trying to convince your audience, build up your argument sequentially until the
conclusion you are trying to convey is obvious for your audience. You should
allow …
Hirst of
something
.
It was
It has applications in routine as well as difficult airway scenarios. All techniques
have problems and complications associated with their application in clinical
practice. All airway management techniques should be learned under the
guidance …
Ultimately, though, our purpose is to illustrate the structural underpinnings of the
labeling of patients as difficult, the way this label represents a transaction
between patient and clinician, and the implications this has for work in safety-net
health …
as+difficult
“You mean,” she corrects, “the client experiences her mother as difficult.” It is
those powerful experiences I describe. The way a son or daughter interacts with
a mother, the way he or she perceives a mother, may be very different from
another …
The object is appre- hended in a general way as difficult, but without reference to
details or the relationship between its parts. It thus approximates more closely to '
hard' than to 'difficult'. It is a widely used term, its fundamental meaning being …
as+difficult as+difficult
… thinks of her/him as difficult or hard to get along with; s/he is doubtful of her/him
or them; s/he is uncertain of her/him or them. nayihtaweyitam (VTA) S/he thinks of
her/him as difficult or hard to deal with. nayihtaweyimiwew (VTA) S/he thinks of …
as+difficult
These chapters avoid the common mistake of conceptualizing problematic others
as "difficult people" whose personalities are the roots of the problem. While
personality certainly contributes, as this book demonstrates, complex interaction …
as+difficult
”It's not as difficult as a novel, or, or, as long term a project as making a movie.“ It's
not as difficult as ... as ... as Listen: New York/ expensive / London / Tokyo New
York is as expensive as London, but not as expensive as Tokyo. Now you do it: …
When classifications were made on the basis of the distribution of only the
sample with Down syndrome, approximately 25% of the infants with Down
syndrome were classified as difficult. However, when classifications were made
on the basis …
as+difficult
Instead of seeing them as difficult, try to see them as human beings who, like
everyone else, want to be liked. Very few people set out to be W. h tw _ difficult ' it
one or o rare excep tions (I'll come on to these later), very few people set out to
be …
They simply asked staff to identify and talk about 'difficult problems', and all
problems that the staff subsequently identified as difficult were accepted as such.
Corner (2008) challenged such an approach by highlighting that most of the
research …
… for VIII, IX and X classes is considered in this study. Content Difficulty Some of
the topics included in the prescribed textbook would be above the ability levels of
students studying that particular class. Such topics are treated as difficult
As Difficult as Splitting the Sea ..........................................................167 III. Parnasah
in Nature ...........................................................................171 IV. Work to Live …
Remarkably, all the 16 tasks for the selection have been reported by some
students as difficult. Out of all the listed tasks, 15 (93.8%) have been reported by
the minimum of 20% of the students as difficult. This diversity of students'
difficulties in …
As difficult as it may be to work with less-skilled, trained, and equipped forces and
personnel — it must be understood that there is no option. To build capacity so
that the host nation can eventually take over responsibilities for their own affairs, …
as+difficult
… words, and, perhaps even more important, to be aware of what words are used
for the real life situation being expressed, with its particular practicalities,
atmosphere, attitudes or tone. This awareness, or sensitivity, is not nearly as
difficult
If we can show that our new problem is 'at least as difficult' as a well-known
intractable problem then we have a rather good excuse for our inability to devise
a practical algorithm for its solution. A central result in complexity theory (Cook's …
What intentions lie behind evaluating someone as difficult? … Does representing
someone as 'difficult' have any damaging consequences? … Can anything be
learned from becoming aware that we are representing someone as difficult?
While I certainly don't agree with all he wrote, the last line of this work offers an
insight that is astoundingly enlightening to all those who strive to succeed in any
field: “All great things are as difficult to achieve as they are rare to find.” This is the …
as+difficult
One primary care study of 627 consecutive patients found that 96 patients (15%)
were rated by their physicians as difficult. These patients were significantly more
likely than non- difficult patients to have a psychiatric disorder, in particular …
In a short-term longitudinal study, Maccoby, Snow, and Jacklin (1984) discovered
that mothers who regarded their sons as difficult at 1 year of age engaged in less
effort in teaching them when the boys were 18 months. Studying a group of …
Such a strengths-based approach and the respectful collaborative style it
engenders is particularly useful in engaging marginalised clients and clients who
have been traditionally perceived as difficult or problematic within mental health …
These panels are assessed as difficult rippable sites. Omerler panel has the
minimum ripping width and ripper depth among all panels due to relatively high
bedding and discontinuity spacing. Furthermore, its hourly production is the
lowest …
Or is it as difficult as handling a partner in Brazil? Mr. W.: I would say, the
semiconductor industry is very specific and most developed outsourcing model.
There is very, very strict requirements that people require and therefore the
Chinese offer …
The quadratic residuosity problem has been studied for many years, dating at
least to 1801, when Gauss discussed the problem in his Disquisitiones
Arithmeticae [25], and it is believed to be as difficult as Cryptography and
Computational …
as painting a Mormon pornographer
.
He+had+photographs He+had+photographs He+had+photographs He+had+photographs He+had+photographs He+had+photographs He+had+photographs
There were photographs of his friends and of the places in which he had served,
as well as of the ship that he had been on. On the wall there was a map of the
conflict area. He had photographs of his return home and talked …
He had photographs, the ones I assumed he had gotten in trouble for. They were
of young, shirtless men throwing up gang signs. One person had his fingers
entwined into a five-point star. Another was throwing up the Hoover Deuce Crip
sign.
He+had+photographs He+had+photographs He+had+photographs
He had longed for leisure and a bit of luxury when he had met Dickie Greenleaf,
and now that he had attained it, the charm had not palled. At the table,
Christopher began to talk of Dickie. He said he had photographs of Dickie that
someone …
He said that he had photographs of his `nana' who looked like his `mummy' now.
Many of the children then brought in baby photographs of themselves and these
were displayed on the wall of the home area and the children could identify how …
He had photographs of them in his office. What did he mean, he didn't know
about them? This evening, he would not go to the prison. He would go to Bibly.
He needed to meet these two young people and find out what he could about
them.
… not be seen by the observer on the ground. In the Islamic sphere, the value of
aerial photographs was quickly recognized by K.A.C. Creswell." In order to
examine the site of Raqqa, for example, he had photographs made by the French
39th …
God knew, they could use one. Ben Maddox was tall, blond and drop-dead
gorgeous. He was also married and the father of three. He had photographs,
which he enjoyed showing to any of his old colleagues who were willing to look
at them.
He had photographs to prove it. There he was at Weschler s Wieners with Big
John and the guys. There he was curled up on the sofa with Dolores. There was
that really great picture of Mel at his High School graduation, all those years ago.
And he had photographs. Like a spider, James Gordon Bennett rose from his lair.
Since the Jeannette disaster he had restricted his operations in the Arctic,
sending correspondents to report in minor fashion on unimportant missions. A
devotee …
He and Janet were negotiating to buy a house in London: he had photographs to
show. He had become an expatriate, a man out of his country, a man moving
between two continents: one place always made bearable by the prospect of …
On the next page he had photographs of all the different “working ladies” he had
available. He told us that he had a car nearby and could take us there and bring
us back afterwards. This was all explained to us, quite openly, in front of all the …
He had photographs of six Cuban officials, in front of him, but the one in question,
wouldn't be identified until the crucial moment. Remembering operations, in
Afghanistan and Iraq, Zack figured that at this point, even his bosses might not be …
He had photographs taken, full on and in profile, as if he were a common criminal
: his beard is long and white, his bald head high and domed, his eyes wild. His
madness was defined as simple paranoia, the doctors said; he admitted that he …
He+had+photographs
8 Even though he had photographs of aliens, they didn't believe his story. They
didn't believe his story, even though he had photographs of aliens. 9 Although I
didn't like the book, I enjoyed the film. I enjoyed the film, although I didn't like the …
He advised that he had photographs of aircraft loaded with cocaine that was
associated with these men. George McCullough October 19, 2000 Submitted to
DEA OPR Washington, D.C. [Note, “Cele” refers to veteran DEA agent Celerino …
He+had+photographs He+had+photographs He+had+photographs He+had+photographs
I asked him if he had photographs of them. No, nothing. I asked other parents.
They shook their heads, as if the question was strange. Of course, poor people
do not own cameras. Women waiting in the hospital queues had asked me to
take …
He had photographs of him sitting, walking, strolling, chasing butterflies . . . and
every photograph was great because Nabokov was enjoying being himself.
Nabokov thought Halsman's pictures the best ever taken of him.70 Herbert Gold …
He+had+photographs He+had+photographs
-Michael Davis - He also sued Michael Davis, a magazine publisher, who alleged
but never confirmed that he had photographs that would prove Tom Cruise was
homosexual; this suit was dropped in exchange for a public statement by Davis …
Among hostile critics is Michael Kimmelman, whose "Onward into the Realm of
Porno and Promo" condemns the paintings and adorned photographs of Koons
and Cicciolina as cheap and pornographic. Adam Gopnik's "Lust for Life," written …
… 13 ii Traditionalcosmologicalarguments: two paradigmatic forms 17
Introduction 17 The first paradigmatic form 17 The second paradigmatic form 21
Closing remarks 27 iii The cosmological argument of Koons 29 Introduction 29
Background …
The smiles of Koons and his women in his erotic photographs and sculptures are
those of sweet mirth and paradox. Koons seems to be the instigator of pleasure
and the women his recipients. If the nineteenth-century physiognomists who …
The speaker series during the last two years of Koons' directorship were
exceptionally popular and won plaudits from both the public and the academic
community. Speakers were recruited from a broad range of disciplines and
political …
Rogers learned of Koons' unauthorized use of his work through Jim Scanlon, the
man who had commissioned Rogers to create “Puppies.” A friend of Scanlon's,
who was familiar with the photograph, called to tell him that what she took to be a …
… pessimism" in the present.58 Addressing the sculprure associared with
Simulationism, Fosrer atgued that the work of Koons, Haim Sreinhach, Jon
Kesslet, Joel Otretson, and General Idea was similatly sympromatic and
exploirative of reified …
… creates a sense of excitement about direction. A closer analysis of Koons' work
reveals how he has leveraged each of these dimensions of effective story-telling
as a broad narrative to link his various series together as a consistent whole.
One woman is seated, her legs open, on the ground, her left hand holding the
open mouth of a miniature horse whose head is located in front of Koons's crotch.
A second woman is offering Koons a cake. This fantasy is set, like many of Koons' …
of+Koons
She became aware of Jeff Koons when the magazine Panorama ran a spread of
Koons images, including Fait d'Hiver. A journalist identified her as the model. She
looked and decided this was not the case. One symptom of the art world's …
of+Koons
… is in the ironic position of having to defend Koons's right to appropriation, even
though, as she points out, editors of October such as Yves-Alain Bois and
Rosalind Krauss had been virulent in their condemnation of Koons,
characterizing him …
of+Koons of+Koons
A situation in which String of Puppies exists is a Pareto improvement relative to a
situation in which it does not exist: Koons and the audience for his work benefit
and Rogers is not made worse off. After the production of Koons' sculpture, …
The appellate court rejected Rogers's request for damages in the millions of
dollars, acknowledging that the majority of the value of each cast of String of
Puppies arose because of Koons's reputation and the prices that he commands.
of+Koons
The point of Koons' account of the watch (purchased by Butch's greatgrandfather,
transmitted through the next three generations from fathers to sons) seems easy
to grasp. It speaks to an idea of male duty (the Coolidge men going off to war) …
Reflect on the difference between Jeff Koons' artwork Red Butt (a photograph of
Koons having anal sex with his wife) and a similar looking page from Penthouse.
Imagine that both have as their primary purpose sexual arousal of the viewer.
… example of Jeff Koons who has reinvested the lowly ceramic figurine with
importance (and incredible market value) by changing its scale and context, from
home to museum (Leopold L. Foulem says of Koons' 'Michael Jackson and
Bubbles' …
Examples of the time-dependent variation in composition can be seen in some of
the data of Koons and Grant. … The data of Koons and Grant 29 indicate that
compositional change occurs over several 60 lb ingots that were being poured.
Sometimes the appropriations in commodity sculpture do estrange the object
provocatively. Examples include the drowned basketballs of Koons, the found-
object totem poles of Joel Otterson, the mechanical-electronic devices of Jon
Kessler, …
of+Koons
The sraff of Koons Bros. Department Store srands ready to assist customers.
Selling the latest in fashions, Koon's Bros, offered W.B. and American Lady
corsets, Zerfing and Lighrner and Fleisher Brothers clothing, and Walk -Over and
Srar …
[Mid-i80os] Cease *" In addition to the idiom beginning with cease, also see
wonders will never cease. cease and desist Stop, leave off doing something, as
in: "Bliss excavated at least once on his own and Dr. Brand . . . told him to cease
and …
… (Remedies for Fortune Fair and Foul) and displays Petrarch wielding a poison
pen in his Invective contra medicum (Invectives against a Physician) and De sui
ipsius et multorum ignorantia (On His Own Ignorance and That of Many Others).
on+his+own on+his+own
7:28–29 RSV). But it's not just that Jesus placed His personal authority on a par
with that of the divine law. More than that, He adjusted the law on His own
authority. Although modern Jewish scholars have tried to assimilate Jesus'
teachings to …
My brother was very high-spirited and often took off on his own, running around
the village, while I spent more time with Grandfather. On feast days we attended
church with him, and he often read from the Bible at home—in fact, from this very …
For he who proceeds on his own path in this fashion encounters no one: that is
inherent in 'proceeding on one's own path'. No one comes along to help him: all
the perils, accidents, malice and bad weather which assail him he has to tackle
by …
When Jim is travelling on his own, he prefers a business hotel with a fax machine
and two lines in his room. When travelling … He also prefers a larger rental car
when he is travelling with his family versus a sporty car when on his own. In
either …
on+his+own
Marc devoted considerable attention to training the boy in the basic skills of an
engineer, and there never seems to have been any doubt that the son would
follow in his father's profession. He also passed on his own appreciation of books
and …
on+his+own
The second applicant could see the name on Bentley's handkerchief but could
not see the name on his own. The third … The first one of you who can
deductively determine the name on his own back will get the part," the director
announced.
on+his+own on+his+own
… had the requisite intelligence to be more than surface companions, tell a
different story. His salary was not large, and he sent a good part of it back to
Missouri, where it was needed, instead of “spending it like a man” on his own
pleasures.
As a young candidate for the Senate from Minnesota, Mayor l lumphrey had to
consider what effect speaking out would have on his own race against the
formidable incumbent. Senator Joseph Ball, and how it might color his standing
in the …
No one should ever on his own decide a halachic problem from a printed text
without first consulting a proper authority. This is true for any work and is
especially so for the Mishnah Berurah. It is well known that the author purposely
left certain …
… 392 So They Should Not Say, "These Alone Are from Sinai" 394 He Said, "He
Ought Not to Have Written in the Torah . . ." 396 One Who Says, "Moses Said It on
His Own" 399 Deniers of the Torah 402 "It Seems to Us That CONTENTS Xi.
2 Just as Ulpian was right then, when he said that he who builds on the sea does
not build on his own property, but makes the building his own by the law of
nations, 3 so no less right would it be for us to say that one who fishes in the sea
does …
… him Don 't let those TV advertisements brainwash you into buying the goods
you don't need branch out/off: to spread out like branches; to leave the
established course of action He has left the family business and branched out on
his own.
… Apostle Matthew who was his own targumist and drew on his knowledge of the
Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek textual traditions of the Old Testament; the
evangelist drew on his own 'body of loose notes' made during the ministry of
Jesus, (p.
Vy; then gives the buffer of actor j that enables him to maintain his own position
relative to others. By definition all in- coming influences (including the influence
he has on his own position) sum to I. The amount of influence of individual i on j
at …
(Plutarch, of course, also fails to report any Athenian aid before the alliance, or in
the actual liberation). Dinarchus on his own is not a reliable witness for historical
detail, even much nearer his own day: witness his putting Alexander in India at …
Innocent appointed the Archbishops of York and Hereford as juges delegate,
adding that if they could not both carry out the task, one or other of them could
proceed on his own (lines 8—10). Subsequent proceedings are recounted in a
long …
He un- derstands that it is not on his own merits that he is being healed, because
a righteous condemnation is most certainly due to the sinner who transgresses
the commandment as laid down. Heal me, therefore, says the psalmist, not in …
He spoke these words deliberately, slowly, then he asked LaRosa to sing I 'll
Take Manhattan. At the end of the song, Godfrey said, “Thanks ever so much,
Julie. That was Julie's swan song with us. He goes now out on his own, as his
own star, …
… contract of agency to compensate the agent for the loss of goodwill which he
has built up for his principal as the result of his labour and which will accrue to
the principal if he continues in business either on his own or through another
agent.
,
in the company
After the hardship of the 1990s, an interesting turnabout occurred in December
2000 with the election of Roman Abramovich as governor of Chukotka. According
to Forbes, by 2007 Abramovich was the richest man in Russia and the sixteenth …
… although it should be pointed out that Chelsea accounted for almost a quarter
ofthis in the two seasons 2004/2005 and 2005/2006 alone, attributable to the “
benefaction” of Roman Abramovich. Abramovich had poured money into the club
in …
Later, in the era of Roman Abramovich, modernity was refashioned and
reassigned to a new population – Abramovich's followers – who arrived to make
their own particular claims to modernizing authority. Once again, mobility
operated as a …
Certainly the Daily Mirror fought shy of anything that might be perceived to be
critical of Roman Abramovich recently. I actually had a story myself which was not
critical, it would not have been in any way libellous, it simply talked about some …
Friends of Roman Abramovich maintain it was Nevzlin himself who offered to
hand over control of Yukos–Sibneft, if only Abramovich would use his influence in
the Kremlin to get Khodorkovsky released. In this version of events, Abramovich …
By 2002, with the ousting of Nazarovand the appearance of Roman Abramovich
as governor, the potential for radical change seemed very real. Because of
Abramovich's reputation as an oligarch and a Yeltsin insider, Chukotka was in
the …
They must dream at night of selling everything and getting out of Russia. There is
little doubt that they long to follow the example of Roman Abramovich, now based
in London, who sold Sibneft to the state at a profit and received guarantees of …
There were no equivalents of Roman Abramovich: as he himself has put it,
people in Russia do not understand how Western civil society enables people to
spend their money exactly as they wish. As one of his followers pointed out to me: …
And in the case of Roman Abramovich, not only does he not give the manager
the power that he needs, he just goes out and buys players that he likes himself,
regardless of what the manager thinks. Everything was going well at Chelsea for
a …
With us was the President of Iceland, Ólafur Grimsson, and his wife Dorrit, both
friends of ours, who were there on an official visit, and also Irina Abramovich, the
ex-wife of Roman Abramovich, the owner of Chelsea Football Club. It turned out …
Most importantly, though, it saw Chelsea deliver their third Barclays Premier
League title under the ownership of Roman Abramovich and prompted manager
Carlo Ancelotti, after his first season in charge, to predict that the future is blue.
Major corporate acquisitions such as Gazprom's buyout of Roman Abramovich
controlled oil company, Sibneft, for $13 billion in October 2005, and the
nomination of the armaments export agency Rosoboronexport's executives to a
majority …
Like Gaydamak, he was a friend of Roman Abramovich. It all became very
claustrophobic. Redknapp tolerated Grant – content to keep quiet and bide his
time getting to know English football – in the background because he was now
being …
of Lukoil, and while its legislature was dominated by business interests.36 The
election of Roman Abramovich as governor of Chukotka autonomous okrug
rendered the dominance of Sibneft complete there, complementing its 'ownership
' of …
While the attitude of Roman Abramovich, a Russian industrialist who owns
Chelsea, may be viewed as fairly philanthropic, the American businessmen who
own Manchester United seek a serious return on their investment and are
unlikely to …
… the likes of Roman Abramovich on behalf of his mentor Vladimir Putin, on the
21st century equivalents of Lord de Walden's private yacht? The London 2012
bidding victory was rooted in lobbying processes and potentially beneficial
mutual …
Chelsea was built from the pocket of Roman Abramovich. The review of FC
Barcelona's competitive advantages in comparison with its rivals led us to opt for
a rapid growth strategy based on building a winning team, financed by an
aggressive …
On one hand, with the notable exception of the stultifying objections voiced by
lifelong Chelsea supporter and Labour MP Tony Banks, the close season arrival
of Roman Abramovich and his billions had been met by a unanimous display of …
Now, those who have survived the financial crisis are more interested in soccer
and philanthropy, following the example of Roman Abramovich, who has spent
millions of his own money buying success for Chelsea Football Club and
providing …
,
… di entusiasmo come se tentasse di convincere Hirst; era difficile quanto
dipingere un pornografo mormone. C'erano foto di Koons da solo e in compagnia
di Roman Abramovitch, Madonna, Barack Obama, Bono, Warren Buffett, Bill
Gates.
Tenia fotografies de Koons tot sol, en companyia de Roman Abramóvitx,
Madonna, Barack Obama, Bono, Warren Buffett, Bill Gates... No n'hi havia cap
que aconseguís expressar res de la personalitat de Koons, que superés l'
aparença de …
,
… di entusiasmo come se tentasse di convincere Hirst; era difficile quanto
dipingere un pornografo mormone. C'erano foto di Koons da solo e in compagnia
di Roman Abramovitch, Madonna, Barack Obama, Bono, Warren Buffett, Bill
Gates.
Tenia fotografies de Koons tot sol, en companyia de Roman Abramóvitx,
Madonna, Barack Obama, Bono, Warren Buffett, Bill Gates... No n'hi havia cap
que aconseguís expressar res de la personalitat de Koons, que superés l'
aparença de …
,
… di entusiasmo come se tentasse di convincere Hirst; era difficile quanto
dipingere un pornografo mormone. C'erano foto di Koons da solo e in compagnia
di Roman Abramovitch, Madonna, Barack Obama, Bono, Warren Buffett, Bill
Gates.
Tenia fotografies de Koons tot sol, en companyia de Roman Abramóvitx,
Madonna, Barack Obama, Bono, Warren Buffett, Bill Gates... No n'hi havia cap
que aconseguís expressar res de la personalitat de Koons, que superés l'
aparença de …
,
Warren+Buffett
… and Community Foundations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .149 The Differences Among
Private, Operating, and Community Foundations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149
So, You Think You Need a Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 I Love Warren
Buffett!
,
Bill Gates Not one
of them managed to express
… Self — the " Christ in You " — that anything of the personality can survive that
process of disintegration which sooner or later is the. 62. THE. REAL. H. P.
BLAVATSKY.
… limited personalities, encompass anything of the Personality, The One that is
beyond the limits of our minds? Now you have asked a detailed question, and
are trying to grapple with such matters with your mind; but all that you can know
with …
It is not easy to support this claim, however, because of the fact that to judge an
agent to be unreliable requires knowing something about her personality and we
don't know anything of the personality of an implicit narrator just because he is …
Among hostile critics is Michael Kimmelman, whose "Onward into the Realm of
Porno and Promo" condemns the paintings and adorned photographs of Koons
and Cicciolina as cheap and pornographic. Adam Gopnik's "Lust for Life," written …
… 13 ii Traditionalcosmologicalarguments: two paradigmatic forms 17
Introduction 17 The first paradigmatic form 17 The second paradigmatic form 21
Closing remarks 27 iii The cosmological argument of Koons 29 Introduction 29
Background …
The smiles of Koons and his women in his erotic photographs and sculptures are
those of sweet mirth and paradox. Koons seems to be the instigator of pleasure
and the women his recipients. If the nineteenth-century physiognomists who …
The speaker series during the last two years of Koons' directorship were
exceptionally popular and won plaudits from both the public and the academic
community. Speakers were recruited from a broad range of disciplines and
political …
Rogers learned of Koons' unauthorized use of his work through Jim Scanlon, the
man who had commissioned Rogers to create “Puppies.” A friend of Scanlon's,
who was familiar with the photograph, called to tell him that what she took to be a …
… pessimism" in the present.58 Addressing the sculprure associared with
Simulationism, Fosrer atgued that the work of Koons, Haim Sreinhach, Jon
Kesslet, Joel Otretson, and General Idea was similatly sympromatic and
exploirative of reified …
… creates a sense of excitement about direction. A closer analysis of Koons' work
reveals how he has leveraged each of these dimensions of effective story-telling
as a broad narrative to link his various series together as a consistent whole.
One woman is seated, her legs open, on the ground, her left hand holding the
open mouth of a miniature horse whose head is located in front of Koons's crotch.
A second woman is offering Koons a cake. This fantasy is set, like many of Koons' …
of+Koons
She became aware of Jeff Koons when the magazine Panorama ran a spread of
Koons images, including Fait d'Hiver. A journalist identified her as the model. She
looked and decided this was not the case. One symptom of the art world's …
of+Koons
… is in the ironic position of having to defend Koons's right to appropriation, even
though, as she points out, editors of October such as Yves-Alain Bois and
Rosalind Krauss had been virulent in their condemnation of Koons,
characterizing him …
of+Koons of+Koons
A situation in which String of Puppies exists is a Pareto improvement relative to a
situation in which it does not exist: Koons and the audience for his work benefit
and Rogers is not made worse off. After the production of Koons' sculpture, …
The appellate court rejected Rogers's request for damages in the millions of
dollars, acknowledging that the majority of the value of each cast of String of
Puppies arose because of Koons's reputation and the prices that he commands.
of+Koons
The point of Koons' account of the watch (purchased by Butch's greatgrandfather,
transmitted through the next three generations from fathers to sons) seems easy
to grasp. It speaks to an idea of male duty (the Coolidge men going off to war) …
Reflect on the difference between Jeff Koons' artwork Red Butt (a photograph of
Koons having anal sex with his wife) and a similar looking page from Penthouse.
Imagine that both have as their primary purpose sexual arousal of the viewer.
… example of Jeff Koons who has reinvested the lowly ceramic figurine with
importance (and incredible market value) by changing its scale and context, from
home to museum (Leopold L. Foulem says of Koons' 'Michael Jackson and
Bubbles' …
Examples of the time-dependent variation in composition can be seen in some of
the data of Koons and Grant. … The data of Koons and Grant 29 indicate that
compositional change occurs over several 60 lb ingots that were being poured.
Sometimes the appropriations in commodity sculpture do estrange the object
provocatively. Examples include the drowned basketballs of Koons, the found-
object totem poles of Joel Otterson, the mechanical-electronic devices of Jon
Kessler, …
of+Koons
The sraff of Koons Bros. Department Store srands ready to assist customers.
Selling the latest in fashions, Koon's Bros, offered W.B. and American Lady
corsets, Zerfing and Lighrner and Fleisher Brothers clothing, and Walk -Over and
Srar …
,
to go
beyond the appearance
of a Chevrolet convertible salesman
that he had decided to display to the world
,
and+this+was+exasperating
The professor was being more friendly these days, but he still acted secretive,
and this was exasperating to the boys. Let's wait till he makes his move, Fergie
said, and he said it often. At first this advice sounded good to Johnny, but
gradually …
For about one minute she refused to move, and this was exasperating, as it was
starting to rain and I was anxious to get home. Then she started trotting again but
as she did so a bolt of lightning struck the road ahead of us — at a spot where …
.
Most MANs can also be described as WANs; in fact, network engineers are more
likely to refer to all networks that cover a broad geographical range as WANs.
Servers Hub Workstation (client) Printer Fax machine Printer Workstations (
clients) …
It may, in fact, be used by as many educated speakers as the first variant, but the
requirements of the printed page are such that one must precede the other: ca-su
-al-ty \'ka-zhal-te, 'ka-zha-wal-\ nu-ga-to-ry \'nii-ga-,t6r-e, 'nyiiA Entry words …
Overview 151 The Rationale of Causation 152 The Elements of Causation 153
The Common Law 153 Responsibility for Causing Harm 153 Cause in Fact 153
Omission as a Cause 154 Concurrent Causation 154 Direct Cause 155
Proximate …
… System, published by West Group. Most lawyers and libraries have the West
reporters because they report cases more quickly and are distributed more
widely than the state-published reports. In fact, many states have eliminated their …
Others I have known for many years, and I merely prevailed upon them to look
over several entries within their areas of expertise; luckily for me, no one ever
seemed prevailed upon — in fact, quite the opposite. They have all helped in …
Gary B. Shelly, Thomas J. Cashman, Harry J. Rosenblatt. Systems Development
Tools 17 Figure 1-21 shows how you can drag and drop various symbols from
the left pane into the drawing on the right, and connect them to show a business …
The power is not absolute, however, and the president cannot deny Congress's
authority to enact law if it is, in fact, the will of the majority that such law be
enacted. Rejection by the president of a law enacted by Congress is known as an …
In fact, science cannot evolve without a healthy dose of self-criticism, skepticism,
and contestation. However, for instance, a discourse of critique and contestation
is often viewed as contaminating "objectivity" in social sciences and education.
What was lacking was a nonmetaphysical method of philosophy —
phenomenology, but a phenomenology thoroughly secured. It took twenty years
for me to hope to succeed, at least in part. And in fact, Etant donne, with the
inventory of …
Maybe no laws have in fact been broken, or maybe someone has been up to
something that could in fact be a real problem. What is the proper course of
action to take? □ Money Laundering Just as the mails are often used in the
commission …
A story which had been shaped by men could easily have been transformed in
meaning when women came into contact with it. One such alternative view has,
in fact, been preserved for us, in Sappho's albeit very brief treatment of the story
of …
… “Duties to Rescue and the Anti- Cooperative Effects of Law,” 88 Georgetown
Law Journal 105 (1999). as a basis for her actions. in fact, an officer 14 | THE
CRIMINAL LAW HANDBOOK: KNOW YOUR RIGHTS, SURVIVE THE SYSTEM.
Every country, and in fact every region of a country, has its own typical foods and
ways of combining them into meals. The “American diet” includes many ethnic
foods from various countries, all adding variety to the diet. This is most evident …
Although idioms often say clearly and cleverly what other words cannot, many
are wordy expressions that we can find a more economical phrase or particular
word for. Consider these idioms. Instead of Use as a matter of fact in fact before
long …
,
for a long time photographers had exasperated
Jed
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fiction. Similarities to real people,. by EvanJ. Xavier Published by Purple Fig
Press, 2012. Front Cover.
decisions,. accepting. consequences,. being. responsible. for. your. choices.
Character in ACTION ACTION Jed Michael: Living With Your Choices. “We are
free up to the point of choice, then the choice controls the chooser.” Mary Crowley …
Jed
,
especially the great photographers
,
with their claim to reveal
in their snapshots the truth
However, they found first evidence for the applicability of their models. Pritchard
et al. and Maull et al. present findings of conducted surveys and case studies,
which is rated as empirical evidence. Harmon's approach is based on the CMM
as …
Many marketing models have been successfully implemented in industry, and
marketing researchers have recently placed more emphasis on the impact of
their models on industry practice. With the increased attention to real-life
applications …
Some practitioners also use multiple implementations of their models, relying on
relatively general specifications and a variety of computer languages to help
ensure that specific implementation details do not drive the result. Another
approach …
In response to such criticisms and such expectations, economists may defend
their models by claiming that truth is unattainable in principle; or that their models
(or at least the 'assumptions' of their models) are false, Erasmus Institute for …
of+their+models
During the earlier iterations of their models, each group of students usually just
indicated the total number of points to be allocated for each category, and what
factors they had considered when generating the scores for each city. For
example …
A still more advanced method of avoiding such dangers depends on
communication. Craikian automata could in principle use an external symbolic
notation to communicate the contents of their models. For instance, they could be
pre-set to …
Much of the content of their models would also be the same. Thus, for example, if
they were questioned about maternal behavior in some hypothetical protection
situation, as in Goldberg-Reitman's task, they should sound much like normative …
of+their+models of+their+models of+their+models
… likely to acquire their meaning and impact only when viewed as part of a life-
course trajectory. In an effort to enhance the accuracy and validity of their models,
behavioral geneticists are beginning to assess behavior in developmental terms.
Consequently, they only solve the continuous versions of their models, pre-
specifying "alternate sets of integer decisions variables." Cohen, Fisher and Jaiku
- mar [1989] presented a multiperiod extension of the above model, which
explores …
… and discontinuity; second, it is apparent that research from highly individualistic
perspectives has provided too little empirical data to allow us to test the
generality of their models or even to establish how common are different career
patterns.
of+their+models
The degree to which researchers rely on the robustness of their models and of
the statistics they use is quite remarkable. Because assumptions are never fully
met with real-world data, researchers must constantly ignore them and rely on …
They noted that beyond certain numbers of component mixtures the identifiability
of their models becomes complicated. Similarly, Bordes et. al (2006) considered
a mixture of two distributions that are equal up to a shift parameter. Their model …
They look to determine how well models make predictions, and they test their
accuracy. Scientists also are well aware of the limitations of their models. They
may be appropriate only under certain con- ditions. Scientists also frequently
revise …
of+their+models
O Equip people to understand in real time the models that they are using and to
learn from such understanding how to evaluate the utility of their models.
Informed action Informed action completes the set of elements in organizational
learning.
A further problem of the descriptive nature of these theories comes when one
considers the evidence they cite in favor of their models, that is, their
mathematical equation for influence accounts for more variance in conformity
than a simple …
This inbred line of mice displays an obesity-prone phenotype when given a high
fat diet.35 Many of the knockout mouse models listed in the other tables have
used the C57BL/6J line in the creation of their models. This is because
blastocysts …
Unfortunately, as the UI designer, you cannot simply ask all the potential users of
a product to describe or draw pictures of their models, because (1) you will not
have access to all the different users and (2) most users are unaware that they …
Moreover, some leading exponents of program evaluation see their work as
evolutionary, and therefore some flexibility about aspects of their models is
required. But for these two considerations, the term model would have been used
to en- …
… Japanese women and men should talk detailed in part I, the linguistic
representations examined in part II are more implicit. Such covert prescriptions—
or “implicit pragmatics” (Woolard 1998:9)—take the legitimacy of their models for
granted.
However, economists may have different views as to which parts of their models
they should label positive and which normative. In the particular context of
applying economic models to inform health policy, it is for society to state the
objectives …
Although all modellers recognize the importance of the sensitivity of their models
to particular variables and/or parameters (e.g. Ritchie et al., 1995; Van den Broek
and Kabat, 1995), it seems that few have set out the sensitivity of their models
One of their models included terms for the interactions between the latent
variable and the items. Comparing this model with a null model is equivalent to
testing all of the items for DIF. For this chapter the mixed Rasch model was
highlighted …
With his many years of experience involving adjustments of all kinds to his
experimental flying models, he was able to guide many modelers through the
initial test flights of their models, thus probably avoiding unnecessary damaging
crashes …
… thus, not easy to use. additionally, several implicit assumptions and lack of
explicit consideration of certain important issues leave room for further
enhancement of their models. In the next section, I propose enhanced models
and discuss the …
Both works proposed an evaluation of their models by comparing visible tumors
in the MR images with the ones simulated with the model. Besides the continuum
formulations explained previously, recently Stamatakos et al. proposed to use a …
Parents' sensitivity to the needs of the child in terms of accessibility, emotional
availability and understanding of the child's signs and gestures, their promptness,
and timing of responses are best understood against the tapestry of their models
All three of these theorists seek to show that the realization of their models of
democracy would not require a particular conception of the good to be imposed
on all citizens, irrespective of their own particular ethical values. I want to
determine …
.
They didn’t reveal
The important piece of psychological theory here is Bartlett's (1932) theory of
mental schemas as the means for understanding anything at all. In either visual
or verbal modalities, we assimilate events in the outside world to the schemas of …
anything+at+all
… «etwas B~es anything at all; »jeder B~e anyone at all; «irgendein B~ er just
anybody, fam a. any old Tom, Dick or Harry II. adv ~ häufig/lange/spät/viele as
often/long/late/many as you like; etw - verändern to change sth at will be liebt [
baTr.pt] …
anything+at+all anything+at+all
… programmer we don't like, we probably won't say anything at all. A variable has
three aspects, as shown in Table 2-1. Book I Chapter 2 Table 2-1 A Variable Has
Three. 30. Putting. Your. Data. Places: Variables.
anything+at+all anything+at+all
In the teaching Bo elParoh, R. Nachman states that 'it is impossible to attain
anything at all of the aspect of the vacated space until the future era,'234 and so '
there is no answer to this heresy, since it comes from the vacated space [. . .] Only
the …
For not only does the usual interpretation not permit us to conceive of the brain,
as separate, but at the fundamental level, it does not permit us to conceive of
anything at all. We are reduced to a mysterious mathematical symbolism, which
is not …
… Theology 7 Aquinas on Faith and Goodness Eleonore Stump 179 8 A General
Problem of Creation: Why Would God Create Anything at All? Norman Kretzmann
208 9 A Particular Problem of Creation: Why Would God Create This World?
anything+at+all
I don't exactly know how to put it, but people are going through here and not
learning anything at all. Of course, there are a lot of your classes where you can't
really learn anything at all. . . . There's a terrific pressure on everybody here to get …
… students who do not say anything at I have some students who do not say
anything at I have some students who do not say anything at I have some
students who do not say anything at I have some students who do not say
anything at all.
I realized that it was necessary, once in the course of my life, to demolish
everything completely and start again right from the foundations if I wanted to
establish anything at all in the sciences that was stable and likely to last. But the
task looked …
anything+at+all
And two minutes later he tells me it's all a hoax and I haven't won anything at all.
Well before going into the clothes I got this bright idea, I will go to the magazines
and get a hair style magazine first. So I did. Well I was looking at clothes, I sat the …
anything+at+all anything+at+all anything+at+all anything+at+all
If it be necessary to say anything at all against so mere an assumption, we may
say that the question depends upon what idea we have formed of the moral
character of the Deity. If it be a true belief that God desires, above all things, the …
anything+at+all anything+at+all
… The crossing of boundaries in this story is most often an infringement of self by
the other; in particular it is the feminine self which is constantly imposed upon
and which is so often injured that it cannot be said to circumscribe anything at all.
Under these circumstanes anything at all could be called 'bachelor', since there
would be no reason to deny that anything falls under the concept. Consequently
the use of this term would have become to- tally arbitrary. But this would simply …
Nowhere else does Kinbote adopt such an urgent tone: and why does he write "
there is no sense in writing poems, or notes to poems, or anything at all"?
Perhaps strangest of all is the coincidence that links Kinbote' s Zem- bla with the …
anything+at+all
Einstein (1944) remarked that if it is accepted, the skepticism of Hume and
Russell "absolutely excludes thinking of any kind" and even earlier, Peirce (1906)
wrote of Hume: "A careful reader will see that if he proves anything at all by his …
,
… Lord God, their remorse must have been just about too much to bear. Just like
you and I today, they would be crying, and worrying about what they would do
from now on. Just think about the situation that they had just placed themselves in
.
They just placed themselves in bondage rather than see their family starve to
death. Even though they had land, [they] owed more on it than they were able to
pay. Some poor people had no choice because of age, sickness, or just being …
just+placed+themselves just+placed+themselves just+placed+themselves just+placed+themselves just+placed+themselves just+placed+themselves just+placed+themselves just+placed+themselves just+placed+themselves just+placed+themselves just+placed+themselves just+placed+themselves just+placed+themselves
… that would more than likely turn violent, as these people have absolutely no
idea what kind of situation they have just placed themselves into. The sound of
the rotor systems were all that was heard at this moment that eternally stood
wedged …
just+placed+themselves
If they were prevented from getting there, they would stay in the shade of the tree
where they had just placed themselves. 'But why don't you try one of the other
creeks or beaches?' 'We have tried. They are full up. This is the only one with a …
The bureaucrat glanced back at the pair who had just placed themselves at his
mercy. Mike could not hear what the men were saying, but he could see their
jowls flapping up and down. A third counterpart was soon brought in, from a desk
with …
I replied that the Phrygians had just placed themselves under the dominion of a
sleek and quiet animal, half- fox, half-ass, named Alopiconos. At one time he
seems fox almost entirely ; at another, almost entirely ass. Rhodope. And can he …
just+placed+themselves just+placed+themselves just+placed+themselves just+placed+themselves just+placed+themselves
'So. I took the uke home. I sat on the porch steps in the dark, and I worked out the
chords of all the songs I knew. It was so easy! Compared with the guitar, its notes
just placed themselves under my fingers. It had a human scale. It had a voice …
just+placed+themselves just+placed+themselves just+placed+themselves just+placed+themselves just+placed+themselves just+placed+themselves just+placed+themselves just+placed+themselves just+placed+themselves
… Touching yourself: Hugs, strokes, and more ..................................129 Placing
objects in front of yourself..................................................130 Giving the cold
shoulder...................................................................131 Conveying Friendliness and …
As soon as the first swarm comes forth, and while the bees are in the air, the
queen, if clipped, is found in front of the … The queen in her cage is placed in
front of the entrance, and the old hive is next carried to an entirely new location.
First, when several windows are open, the darkened title bar, window name, mini
-icon, and colored left-corner buttons tell you which window is active (in front); in
background windows, these elements ap- pear dimmed and colorless. Second …
This indicates that the number in front is to be multiplied by ten 26 times to get the
actual number. Because multiplication … By convention the number out in front is
usually written so that it has a value between 1 and 10. You should check that …
Straight pants are usually considered more attractive when they are about 3⁄4 in.
shorter in front than in back. If the front is long enough to cover part of the instep
at the side, the front crease will probably have a break. Although this is …
PowerPoint: A means of creating computer presentations to give in front of
audiences. A PowerPoint file is a presentation, or sometimes a slide show (see
Book IV). ✦ Excel: A number cruncher for performing numerical analyses. An
Excel file …
James A. Bardi. Chapter 13 Promoting In-House Sales □ The figures in the sales
budget for the example Planning a Point-of-sale Front Office are updated.
Chapter 14 Security □ The effects of international terrorism on hotel security are …
in+front
You won't have experienced the depth of London's culture without spending at
least one night in front of one of its stages. You can also experience unique
performances at Shakespeare's Globe (p. 296), a faithful re-creation of an
Elizabethan …
Hold your hands loosely in front of your face. Quickly open your fingers and
thumbs to the catch position until you cannot stretch them any farther, and then
close your hands. Open and close both hands quickly 10 times, then each hand …
… points are in front of which 530 21.10 Closure 531 22 Degenerate
Configurations 533 22. 1 Camera resectioning 533 22.2 Contents ix.
The general rule is that pirouettes en debars finish with the working leg in back;
pirouettes en dedans, in front. Like all rules this one has its exceptions: when
pirouettes en dehors are executed in a series, the closing occurs in 5th position
front …
[afoot = PC] ii Suddenly I felt a fool pushing in front of me on the platform. [afoot =
Od] The obvious meaning of [i] involves just me, feeling foolish alone on the
platform; but [ii] refers to two people: me, and the fool I could feel pushing in front
of …
Prefix Each Line of the Original Message: Copies the original text and indents it,
putting a little character in front of the text. Your reply is automatically made blue
to further distinguish it from the original text. If you choose this option, in the Prefix …
Sometimes it was open in front with or without loose fastenings. 2. The Frock: that
is to say, a dress with bodice and skirt in one, the bodice fastening behind by
buttons or strings, or, at the close of the epoch, by hooks and eyes. Of the frock …
She's even known to frequently appear in front of the camera herself. Sammarco
is a regular on the lecture circuit, providing both tips and techniques, and she
freelances nationwide, performing makeup and hairstyling looks and
consultations.
in+front
of you
… Emotional intelligence, Conflict resolution, Cooperative learning, Resilience,
and Self- and peer assessment . Inside. the. series. Switched-on Ideas: Knowing
and Doing and Switched-on Ideas: Wellbeing consist of a teacher book and a set …
He has developed many proprietary motor drives, an electronic stunner,
uninterruptible power supplies, converters for PM brushless dc, switched
reluctance and induction motor drives, controllers for ac and switched reluctance
motor drives, …
Ashish Tiwari, Gaurav Khanna On Practical Stability and Stabilization of Hybrid
and Switched Systems ................................................. Xuping Xu, Guisheng Zhai
417 432 448 463 477 493 508 523 539 555 570 585 600 615 A Numerical …
and+switched
SC circuits belong to a general class of analog sampled-data systems. Other
types of MOS integrated circuits in this class are, for example, charge-coupled
devices (CCDs), charge- transfer devices (CTDs) and switched-current (SI)
circuits.
and+switched
STS-3c stream is multiplexed and switched through the network as a single entity
. This is different from STS- 3, which has three separable STS-1s that can be
independently added or dropped. STS-3c has a single payload and STS-3c
cannot …
and+switched
… P. Colaneri Practical stabilization of discrete—time linear LTI SISO systems
under ______ __ assigned input and output quantization B. Picasso, A. Bicchi
Box invariance of hybrid and switched systems A. Abate, A. Tiwari 270 272 274
276 …
and+switched and+switched
New investigation results, 'High-throughput immunoglobulin repertoire analysis
distinguishes between human IgM memory and switched memory B-cell
populations,' are detailed in a study published in Blood. According to recent
research …
and+switched and+switched
R. Schauman, M. Ghausi, and K. Laker, Design of analog filters passive, active
RC, and switched capacitor, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1990. L. T.
Bruton, “Low sensitivity digital ladder filters,” IEEE Trans. on Circuits & Systems,
Vol.
… each of which could be tuned and switched to play sine, pulse, and sawtooth
waves. He built versions of the oscillator bank with 12, 16, 24, and 108 oscillators
. In addition to the touch-sensitive keyboard controller, the oscillator bank could …
… BRUSHLESS D.C. AND SWITCHED RELUCTANCE DRIVES Introduction
Synchronous Motors Excited-rotor motors Equivalent circuit of excited-rotor
synchronous motor Phasor diagram and Power-factor control Starting Permanent
magnet …
and+switched and+switched
… level-shifting, increased process sensitivity and finite gain and offset errors, in
low-voltage, high-speed, power efficient Reset-Opamp and Switched-Opamp
circuits. They comprise the Virtual-Ground CMFB (VG-CMFB) combined with
Output …
… higher bandwidth networks, such as Fast Ethernet, FDDI, ATM, or Gigabit
Ethernet. Recent advances in networking as well as economies of scale have
made high bandwidth and switched networks more accessible. We explore their
effects …
and+switched
… of OTA Nonidealities 382 9.3 Tuning Procedures 383 9.4 Discussion and
Summary 384 9.5 References 385 10 Continuous-time and Switched Capacitor
Monolithic Filters Based on LCR Filter Simulation using Current and Charge
Variables …
1.4.3 The Third Generation Converters The third generation converters are called
switched component converters, and are made of either inductors or capacitors,
so-called switched-inductor and switched-capacitors. They can perform in two- …
and+switched and+switched and+switched and+switched and+switched
Sample question 2 Arrange the following words in the correct order to make
sense: FOUND THE AND SWITCHED CONTROL THE TELEVISION ON
REMOTE HE What will be the most likely fifth word in the sentence? A control B
television C …
Voice conversations are digitized and switched over high-speed digital circuits,
with all processes accomplished through programmed logic. ECC switches are
microprocessor controlled. The first ECC switch was the Electronic Switching …
The project involves development of an integrated IPv6 and switched ATM
multicasting network with QoS support of user-controlled bandwidth and delay.
The project is designed in three phases, the establishment of the technical
platform, …
Which five are the least important? O ir=M Look at the picture below and listen to
the recording. Which thing is described in each sentence? Example: 'It's plugged
in and switched on. It's black and white. ' 'The radio. ' *9 Look at the examples.
Architecture Fibre Channel supports three topologies: Point-to-Point, Arbitrated
Loop, and Switched Fabric. The simplest is Point-to-Point, which connects a
single host to a single device; for instance, an Xserve RAID to an Xserve.
The time I was watching TV and the hogs came in the room and switched the
channel.' He saw Roy nod. One of his first nights in Big Stripe. The lights went off
in the dormitory at ten-thirty, but TV could stay on, in the bare room with folding …
Tadpoles raised for most of development on low food and switched late to high
food (LH3) took longer to reach metamorphosis, but metamorphosed at a size
only slightly below that of tadpoles on constant high food. After Alford and Harris …
Chapter 1 An Overview of Analog Communication Chapter 2 The Signaling
System 7 Network Chapter 3 Analog-to-Digital Conversion Chapter 4 Digital
Dataphone Service and Switched 56 Chapter 5 T1 Technology Chapter 6 E1 , R2
, and …
We assume here that both the calling and called subscribers are originally
registered in the same home network, network X. Called subscriber B has
traveled to another network Y and switched on her MS. Then the location update,
which was …
on+the+motor
Make sure the crank fits over the D slot on the motor shaft. Tighten the motor shaft
nut to 90 inch lbs. (10 Nm). 8. Make sure the motor is still in the PARK position
prior to installing the wiper linkage. If not, temporarily connect the motor to the …
Numbered terminals on the motor are connected to the corresponding numbers
on the controller. Figure 8-7 Four-speed, two-winding induction motor and
controller. START1NG RES1STORS of the motor. Three sets of low-resistance
carbon- …
This test setup allows for the adjustment of the load on the motor by the tightening
of the band on the pulley. Torque and the horsepower can be determined
experimentally for locked-rotor conditions up to the motor's maximum operating
speed …
Disconnect the terminals on the motor from the circuit. 3. Set the meter selector
switch to ohms R X 1 . 4. Touch the meter probes together and adjust the meter to
0 ohms. 5. Touch one meter probe to one motor terminal and the other to the …
on+the+motor
… of Foxo-1 and Myostatin on 1^ and 3^ week of HFV treatment Fig.2:
representation of the bioreactor using for stimulation. It was represented the
controller of the motor, the cage of mice and the platform for cage and cells on the
motor. III.
If the slip at rated torque, Tr and rated frequency Fr is given as Sir then the slip
speed under this condition is given by: slip speed = Sir x 120 x Fr/P RPM where P
is the number of poles on the motor, and therefore the slip speed under any …
Be sure to line up the small notch on the motor mount with the notch on the
chassis (similar to the notch in the transmission mounts; see Project 38). Also be
sure to install the motor mounts right-side up rather than upside-down (see Photo
2).
Although our focus is on the motor development of children during the early
childhood period, it is important to note that change in movement skill acquisition
is a progressive process resulting in measurable products and that it begins
during …
The two AAA battery holders need to be attached to either side of the servo motor
. This is easily done. 1 . Orient the first holder so that the power wires face toward
the back of the walker and center the holder front to back (on the motor casing).
Hence the torque varies directly as the current through the armature, and the
speed of the motor remains essentially constant as the load imposed on the
motor varies, increasing or decreasing with its rated Shunt field , Shunt tl- o. "Arm.
-*>-L …
on+the+motor on+the+motor
… ANGULAR MISALIGNMENT (TOP VIEW) The jackscrews on the motor should
be adjusted to eliminate this space. STRAIGHT EDGE GEARBOX Ten
BASEPLATE JACKSCREWS JACKSCREW This jackscrew adjusts the gearbox
toward or …
In general, for open drip-proof motors, power factor decreases as the percent full-
load on the motor decreases. Because VAR from inductance and capacitance
are in opposite directions, capacitors can be added to a line to cancel inductive …
The ability to move your hand or any other part of your body depends on the
motor cortex in the right and left frontal lobes. … First, a larger body part (notice
huge hand area) indicates relatively more area on the motor cortex and thus
more …
Using a spare battery (or remove the battery from the car) check motor operation
as follows. Connect a set of jump leads, battery positive ( + ) to the S terminal on
the motor, and the battery negative (-) terminal grounded to the motor body - this …
… 121 4.3.4 Acceptable levels of distortion in the mains supply system 126 4.3.5
Methods of reducing harmonic voltages in the power supply 127 4.4 Power factor
and displacement factor 129 4.5 Voltages and current on the motor side of PWM …
The full load current in the armature of a shunt motor is 100 A, the line voltage
being 400 V, the resistance of the armature circuit is 0.2 ii, and the speed 600
rpm. What will be the speed if the total torque on the motor is reduced to …
The model used in these works is lineal and dependant on the motor parameters.
Those parameters, have the inconvenience that they change with the working
conditions of the motor, this introduces some errors in the measurements.
on+the+motor on+the+motor
If the motor current exceeds 98% the LLR allows the control signal to decrease
which closes the inlet vanes, and the refrigerant vapor flow to the compressor is
reduced which reduces the load on the motor. The load limiting relay remains in …
… high silicone steel stampings are aligned on a keyed mandrel and welded in
the axial direction in three or four places to form a rigid cylinder. This cylinder is
removed from the mandrel and pressed on the motor shaft. Slots in each
lamination …
… capacity of not less than 125 percent of the motor full- load current rating.
Conductors on the line side of the controller supplying multispeed motors must
be based on the highest of the full-load current ratings shown on the motor
nameplate.
on+the+motor
A tachogen- erator on the motor usually functions as a speed sensor. This
smaller modern motor … Today's electronic controls also help here as the
increased load on the motor caused by excess foam is registered and evaluated.
The washing …
The diameter of the pulley on the motor shaft is 6 in. (15.24 cm). If the machine
must be driven at a speed of 850 r/min, what … (50.8 cm), what size pulley must
be installed on the motor? N1 N 2 5 D2 D 1 3250 650 5 20 D1 5 D1 5 20 D1 5 4
in.
on+the+motor
Figure 1.9 illustrates the approximate effect of voltage variation on the motor
output. Higher voltages beyond 5% may thus be more harmful, even if the
insulation level is suitable for such voltages. The circle diagram of Figure 1.16
explains this …
The thrust curve of a high-power rocket motor is more varied, depending in part
on the motor core of the fuel grain. A high-power rocket motor may have a neutral
, progressive, or even a regressive thrust curve. A progressive thrust curve means …
… are combined to obtain the dynamic model of pmdc motor drive system as [1] (6
) where a\ to ore are positive scalar constants depending on the motor and load
parameters which are given by Ki)/KT 03 = KB 05 = 2LA'2/ K = RK0/KT The inner …
of their camera to take hundreds
… component as g∗ must be able to connect to at least one POP via a sequence
of hops. Denote the mean value of c(S) over a number of snapshots as ̄c. By
considering a sufficiently large set of random snapshots, ̄c will approximate EC.
The memory pieces felt like bad snapshots, harsh colors, from a family album that
didn't really belong to him, yet it did. And like a series of random snapshots they
were confusing, still not a smooth, continuous picture. Jesse saw himself on a …
Historical Interlude I am going to take a couple of random snapshots over the last
500 or 600 years with a view to demonstrating the importance of the criminal law
and the police in this changing, expanding, contracting, varying function of …
… not as dynamic stories of memory and desire but as collections of static states
of being, piles of random snapshots, accumulations of 'islands of time, which can
be rearranged in any order, as we do in photo albums' (Slusser and Heath 17).
27) [And so that's all that's left of someone, after such a short time— and that goes
for me too, soon enough, no doubt: odds and ends, frozen gestures,
disconnected objects, questions in the empty air, a jumble of random snapshots
with no real …
of+random+snapshots of+random+snapshots
I've no sense of the order of things, just a series of random snapshots. Sean
dancing dreamily in the back garden, Sean as professor of the Faculty of Better
Living, explaining the future with the aid of a diagram drawn on the bubbling
white …
Hence, ethnological sequences tend to be composed of random snapshots from
many unrelated family albums, arranged in a sequence whose validity depends
on the a priori belief that such ideal sequences do in fact exist. This is not to deny …
I flipped quickly through pages and pages of random snapshots, campus
organizations and clubs, sports results and team photos. When I got to “
Residentials” I slowed down. It started with Acacia. Next was Alpha Delta Phi. But
those were …
… of a collection of random snapshots of some event—is to construct from details
a larger picture of Elizabethan culture, politics, and conditions of daily existence.
Furthermore, their ingredients and organizational patterns reveal the knowledge …
of+random+snapshots
while chuckling
,
and later chose the least bad
… representative of the lot of product and processes sampled, and (2) the
laboratory must have the capability to do the requested analyses. 7.372 Handling
of samples in the laboratory 1 . After receipt, samples must be stored to maintain
their …
of+the+lot
H0: Ha: Good-quality lot Poor-quality lot FIGURE 14.14 ACCEPTANCE
SAMPLING PROCEDURE Quality is satisfactory Accept the lot Send to
production or customer Quality is not satisfactory Reject the lot Decide on
disposition of the lot
Though the flat Garonne valley, to the south of the Lot, is visually less exciting, it
hides an ace up its sleeve: Moissac.The town itself is unspectacular but the
Romanesque carvings of its abbey-church are among the finest of their kind.
Further …
Is it the average tensile strength of all the test l that could theoretically be cut from
the entire lot or shipment? Or is it the weakest spot in the lot? Or is it a tensile
strength value that will be exceeded by 99 per cent of the lot? It is seen that an …
List the size of the lot, its orientation to the sun, where the most desirable view is,
and any unsightly or undesirable features that should be screened out. For more
information about building sites and orienting the house to the site, refer to Unit …
3:10), were made to fall, or fell to the earth (naphal, Ezk. 24:6; Jonah 1:7; Neh. 10:
35 [Eng. v.34]; 11:1; 1 Ch. 24:31; etc.). The phrases that speak of the lot being
shaken (tul in the hophal, Prov. 16:33) and coming out (yatsa', Nu. 33:54; Josh.
… above, several copies record yet another treatment of Lot and His Daughters
by Wtewael, a lost painting possibly dating from the 1590s (Fig. 1- 6).7 Before we
explore the meaning of the Lot story for Wtewael and other artists, it will …
of+the+lot of+the+lot of+the+lot of+the+lot of+the+lot
What matters more than the size of the lot is what you would like your property to
be. You can generally count on your architect to give you names of landscape
architects with whom he has had successful projects in the past. If your property
is …
of+the+lot
The description of a lot in a recorded subdivision will include the • lot and block
number of the lot, • name of the subdivision plan, and • county and state in which
the subdivision is located. Rectangular (Government) Survey System BEING a …
It is not the goal of acceptance sampling to estimate the quality of the lot, or to
provide a direct form of quality control, but just to ensure that the output conforms
to requirements. Acceptance sampling is useful when 100% or 0% inspection is …
… from the laboratory sample by comminution, mixing, selection, division, and/or
other operations. Test portion — the quantity of the test sample used to determine
the concentration of an analyte or to measure some other attribute of the lot.
485. water and is worthless for agricultural But premises lying at the terminus of
purposes, is not part of the lot of an a bridge and accessible from it, and de-
adjoining owner. Bennett v. National voted by the owner to the maintenance
Starch …
of+the+lot of+the+lot
After the plat has been recorded, a reference to one of the lot numbers on the
specified plat is a sufficient legal description of the lot. Since a detailed
description of the lot is already on file in the county recorder's office, that
description may be …
of+the+lot of+the+lot
According to early maps, there was a marsh and creek on part of the lot, and this
entry places a burying ground on lot 102. See P 1 of this volume and the lot
histories in appendix II. 228 Lot 78 was on the east side of Church Street
between …
of+the+lot
Moreover, in 19:1 the cities are part of the lot of Simeon, "in the midst of the
inheritance of the tribe of Judah." Further complicating the identification, the list in
1 Ch. 4:29-31 has Beth-biri instead of (Beth-)Lebaoth. The site is apparently near …
of+the+lot of+the+lot
The rectangular shaped outlines of some of the lot boundaries have been lightly
sketched on the map of Herkimer County at the front of this book to provide an
approximate fix as to their location; however, we prefer to use the tabular format …
of+the+lot
Chapter. 2. Knowledge. of. the. Lot. of. Wedding. Look at the place (which i shall
tell you) of the Lot of Wedding. Count from the degrees of Saturn to Venus and
MSuch as the 6th, 8th, or 12th house. add to it the degrees of the ASC [by day] 37
.
The knowledge of how many will own the native if he is a slave 1 70 12.
Consideration concerning the upbringing of the native, his condition, and his
livelihood 171 13. Knowledge of the lot of the father 174 14. The lot of the mother
174 …
First, if the sample taken is a random sample or simple random sample, it will be
a typical representation of the lot. By simple random … Also, the use of random
sample rather than 100 % inspection of the lot are very efficient. It is economical …
A repacker–wholesaler generally will not have a record of the lot numbers of
items distributed to individual retail accounts. Clarification of the regulations is
obviously necessary. An equitable interpretation might be that lot numbers are …
You'll notice that fill is needed at the top of the lot pad and a cut must be made at
the bottom of the lot pad. The center of the lot is near the finished lot pad
elevation before excavation begins. You could color all the cut areas one color
and the …
of+the+lot
;
that’s how
they+proceeded they+proceeded they+proceeded they+proceeded they+proceeded they+proceeded they+proceeded they+proceeded they+proceeded they+proceeded they+proceeded
After they had looked around, they found one cotton tree which was at the centre
of Edo, it had sprouted and sprouted. They went after that cotton tree to cut it
down. They felled the cotton tree. They turned around, they proceeded home.
they+proceeded they+proceeded they+proceeded they+proceeded they+proceeded they+proceeded they+proceeded they+proceeded they+proceeded
It was an amusing sight to watch the taking down and packing of the tents upon
the mnles, and their starting when laden, their mellow-souuding bells ringing as
they proceeded. The muleteers are a fine set of men, mountaineers from the base …
they+proceeded they+proceeded they+proceeded they+proceeded they+proceeded they+proceeded they+proceeded they+proceeded they+proceeded they+proceeded
They proceeded from Lucerne by the Reuss, descending several falls on the way
, but had to land at Loffenberg as the falls there were impassable. The next day
they took a rude kind of canoe to Mumph, when they were forced to continue their …
they+proceeded they+proceeded
,
Today, I choose to persist without exception. No longer will I be distracted, my
focus blowing with the wind. I know the outcome I want. I will hold fast to my
dreams. I will stay the course. I do not quit. I will persist without exception. I will
continue …
Given these instructions, the title insurer may be obligated to issue its policy
without exception to matters in the gap, if the title insurer has issued a closing
protection letter to that lender. Likewise, if the title insurance agent closes,
disburses, …
I am convinced that all true Christians would agree that everyone who accepts
Jesus Christ as their personal Savior is truly saved (within their spirit at least)
without exception. Well, we learned through my first healing book that we are
saved …
Why Election Is Not My Gospel is a controversial diatribe that explores and
answers these questions: • Does the Gospel consist in a real and sincere
promise by God to all without exception, or an invitation to the elect alone? • Is
there a clear …
The meaning of this proposition is: A designation that designates everything
without exception is not a normal designation. The next sentence tells what kind
of designation this could be: "World" does not designate any thing.3 The term …
Almost without exception, GAS are followed by auditors, both external and
internal, for all governmental and nonprofit audits involving federal (or state pass-
through) assistance programs. OBSERVATION: When the term "government" is
used …
without+exception without+exception
Thought 1134. Inalienable Individual Rights The ultimate condition inherent to
the definition of Inalienable Individual Rights for each human being is the integral
retention of our inalienable freedoms without exception and without suspension …
… one exception; ohne [jede] - without exception ▻ Wendungen: ~n bestätigen
die Regel (prov) the exception proves the rule prov Aus-nah-me be stim mung f
exemption [orexcep- tional] Provision spec Ausnah-me-er-scheinung / exception[
al …
without+exception
… the significance of John 3:16–18 in the doctrine of the atonement. The classic
dispute over this text involves the identification of kosmos, which admittedly has
varied referents in the Bible. I take the reading of “world” as “all without exception
One statement which they could, without clear misuse, be used to express is "
Every statement, without exception, which is ever made by a male Cretan is a lie".
I do not think they could, without misuse, be used to mean what "Male Cretans
are …
without+exception
This is, instead of cio (§ 155), suffixed to themes that in the ancient dialect,
without exception, end in consonants, but in later times have optionally received
a euphonic ero (cf. the close of § 166), e.g. tf^do (of €?tfj, =T?e<k), ^JS^cSo (of ^.
a^j, …
without+exception
… QAdj. unanimous <ap- proval, agreement): 0odi'. without exception; ^ weise
Adv. by way of or äs an exception; Dürfen wir mitkommen? — Ausnahmsweise ja
May we come too? — Yes, just this once; er hat es mir ~weise erlaubt he gave
me …
Adolf Eichmann did, as she noted, have a self-admitted Kantian habit of mind in
so far as he thought sovereign law must be obeyed, must be obeyed without
exception, and must be obeyed beyond the call of duty in the spirit of the letter.3*
For …
He unrolled the scroll of Gabriel and read. THE SEVENTH DECISION FOR
SUCCESS I will persist without exception.
There exists some rule R without exception. (By 2) 4. Since R is a rule, by the first
statement it must have an exception. But by 3, it does not have an exception - a
contradiction. Or, in another view: 1. Every rule has an exception. (Statement) 2.
In the definition, this meaning is represented in the form of "without exception": (x)
vse do odnogo literally "all until one/ last" = 'vse elementy nekotorogo mno-
zestva bez iskljucenija' "all the elements of a set without exception". The third …
11.1 Introduction 293 11.2 Example: Divide by Zero without Exception Handling
293 11.3 Example: Handling ArithmeticException s and
InputMismatchExceptions 296 11.4 When to Use Exception Handling 301 11.5
Java Exception Hierarchy …
That only a limited number are “ordained to eternal life,” because if all people
without exception were ordained by God, then the words “as many as” are
meaningless. 3. That this “ordination” of God does not only award earthly
blessings but …
… to this functional level in everyone, even if they manifest themselves at varying
degrees of proficiency. I consider the following practices and conditions to be the
basis of achievement in people who excel: 1. To study daily, without exception.
… ( DBTINYINT ) 0 , ( DBTINYINT ) 0 , NULL, 0,0, "Generating an access violation
on a new thread with exception handling" ,SRV_NULLTERM) ; CreateThread (
NULL , 0, "Generating an access violation on a new thread WITHOUT exception
VII, where the numbers sometimes differ by 2 from Wright's) - - - - - 18 In Air' = her,
without exception ... 25 her' = their, without exception - - - - 12 wer' = were, one
exception noted: woo was his cook, but if his sauce were 351 14 our' = our, …
without+exception
VII, where the numbers sometimes differ by 2 from "Wright's) - - - - - 18 In Mr' = her
, without exception 25 her' = their, without exception - - - - 12 wer' = were, one
exception noted: woo was Ms coot, but if his sauce were 351 - - - - - 14 our' = our, …
without+exception without+exception without+exception without+exception without+exception without+exception without+exception
He paid all his debts at once, b) simultaneously, at time same time, c) without
delay, d) everything (without exception). Semua yang ada dibakamya — . He
burnt everything, e) completely, sama — and sama— i) altogether, quite,
completely, …
,
all those so-called great photographers
.
Jed knew some
But it had been raining before. Had been -ing is the past perfect continuous:
Some more examples: □ When the boys came into the house, their clothes were
dirty, their hair was untidy and one of them had a black eye. They'd been fighting.
God knew about Jon, cared personally and had a destiny for his life! Redemptive
Prophecy That kind of prophecy is what I call redemptive prophecy. Redemptive
prophecy is that which speaks to the destiny of God for an individual in a …
She had taken this slight to her career-woman status personally and had kicked
him out immediately. She wasn't going to be anybody's maid. But that was much
farther than her relationships had usually gone. Normally she went no further …
personally+and+had
Or he could have taken some other step in a search for an objective reason to
believe or disbelieve Jackson's denials. Mills did none of these things. Indeed, he
admitted that he had never spoken to Loucks personally and had not asked …
52 For most contemporaries Beethoven was firmly a cultural memory: the likes of
F. G. Wegeler, Ferdinand Ries, and Anton Schindler, all of whom knew
Beethoven personally and had attended the Bonn festival, had no equivalents at
the …
He knew the warlords personally and had fought with them against Nar, had
watched Triin comrades die at the hands of his Empire. Lucyler, Falindar's new
master, was his closest friend, and the two had become like brothers. Yet still,
long …
Not only was he frustrated; so were many of the newer friars who did not know
him personally and had not experiencd his powerful attraction. There were a
number of legitimate concerns. For example, could the friars build permanent
places to …
The U.S. Supreme Court held that the officer acted justifiably in responding to the
informant's tip: The informant was known to him personally and had provided him
with information in the past. This is a stronger case than obtains in the case of …
personally+and+had
He had known Gerhart Hauptmann personally and had accompanied him on his
rounds through the districts where the weavers live in Silesia. Max was then
editor of a labour paper, Der Proletarier aus dem Eulengebirge, published in the …
Dos Passos had worked closely with Gannett, who told him he was pleased that
Dos Passos did not "follow the convention of making Wilson a glacial personality.
" Gannett had known Wilson personally and had gone on bird walks with him …
He insisted that he maintain everything personally and had carte blanche at the
pro drum shops, per my request. Many record companies refused to honor my
cartage bills for Rick. We were getting in the hole with all the bills, and my
business …
… limited in scope to this protective purpose. Applying these principles to the
present case, we believe that Sgt. Connolly acted justifiably in responding to his
informant's tip. The informant was known to him personally and had provided him …
… a kind of SA general staff, and who immediately became chief of staff.34 Aside
from the fact that he was known to von Pfeffer personally and had impeccable
nationalist credentials, Wagener's prime qualification for this post was that he
was …
He knew nothing of Galileo personally and had none of his unpublished writings.
Moreover, if Galileo's letter of August was tantalizing, it was also withholding; he
had failed to specify the arguments in his alleged armamentarium of “the causes …
He quit the service because he felt that Governor Dinwiddie had humiliated him
personally and had deprived him of public honors by dividing the troops into
Independent Companies. Instead of his former position as Colonel, George
would …
Years later,some members of the engineering services team who had been in
that session told me that they had taken my comments very personally and had
been hurt by them. I could see the hurt at the time, but I knew it was necessary to …
He knew the Zurich police personally and had considerable dealings with them. "
Something funny is happening in Zurich," he said. "I can't really explain it. Always
the police wait until they have real information before they say anything.
Richard knew Le Rouge personally and had a professional connection with him.
In 1777, the year before Bettini's return to Paris from London, Le Rouge had
published a plan of Richard's design for the Petit Trianon along with details
showing …
… deeply distrusted the Secretary of the Treasury personally and had no part in
the speculative ventures attending the financial plan, Adams had supported them
, and he was a New Englander. Southern and Western 334 I JAMES MADISON …
In closing his argument, Tertullus hinted that Claudius Lysias should have been
there personally and had not just sent the Jewish leaders to present the case.
Why was he absent? Could he not defend his case? Was he trying to "pass the …
Inuit and Cree travellers were also well-acquainted with the areas of the coast
and the interior where they lived. However, this information was almost all held
personally and had not found its way into The HBC supply vessel Erik in 1898 in …
The medium knew Sir Hugh Lane personally and had heard that he had gone to
America a fortnight before the sinking of the Lusitania. On her way home that day
she saw posters : " Lusitania reported sinking" but had no personal interest in …
While they were on friendly terms personally and had been able to expand their
businesses without directly competing against each other, they both felt the
pressure to win and keep contracts with the largest automakers. Hyatt was "
FAMOUS …
He did not know them personally and had little information about them.34 This
argument, however, was feeble even then, as Quadratus was not acquainted with
anyone who had witnessed Jesus' miracles. Euse- bius would definitely not have …
If in this character she should enjoy the felicity she expected, she would have
nothing but contempt for the man who had at- tempted, in advance, to undermine
a blessing so dear; and if on the other hand his waming should be justified the
vow …
But before delineating this let me point to the possibility that even the Sabbath
commandment lies behind a piece of the parenesis in Col 3. The author certainly
has nothing but contempt for the "philosophers'" ceremonial rules concerning "a …
The central male character in Regenroman is incompetent, weak and ineffective,
a wimp par excellence for whom his wife comes to feel nothing but contempt. His
successor in Dies ist kein Liebeslied is of a very different breed. Though not …
Reinhold has nothing but contempt for it. (Theorie, p. 123, 133.) Yet Reinhold
does not deny that there are grounds of conviction deeply woven into the intemal
constitution of the human mind (»tief und innig.. .verwebt«). His point is rather that …
Als Abschluss soll an dieser Stelle noch ein Zitat von Dino Bigongiari dienen, mit
dem Dantes Romideal zusammenfassend noch einmal dargestellt werden kann:
For the Romans of his days Dante had nothing but contempt. What counted for …
It's not fear - he has nothing but contempt for the guy - it's because he knows hat
he must strike something other than what's there.56 Der Phallus - als das radikal
und für die symbolische Ordnung konstitutiv verlorene Objekt- besteht für das …
… [Gibbon] is at some pains to distinguish Barbary from the rest of the continent,
for which he shows nothing but contempt":54 The tedious enumeration of the
unknown and uninteresting tribes of Africa may be reduced to the general remark
, …
It had earned me nothing but contempt by those who truly counted. And so one
day, at the age of eight, in my aunt Julie's apartment, while the grown ups in the
living room were playing rummy, I, pacing the dark windowless hallway between …
M. Blüthenzweig, however, is the figure who in Hieronymus's eyes represents
that modernist art which to him is loathsome, deserves nothing but contempt, and
whom as its representative he decides to confront on his own ground, i.e. in his
big …
… I already had another job zu meinem Glück hatte ich bereits eine andere Stelle;
the admiration she feit ~ him soon died ihre Bewunderung für ihn war schnell
verflogen; he feit nothing but contempt ~ her er fühlte nur noch Verachtung für sie
; …
In fact, the notion of a transcendent god is (or rather should be) so alien to
Chinese mentality that de Groot has nothing but contempt for Chinese converts to
Christianity (p. 37), much as the Chinese themselves who regard them as "the
scum of …
nothing+but+contempt
Later, when they met a blind man who had lost his way, Ashmodai directed him to
the proper path, and when they came upon a magician who bragged of his great
skill, Ashmodai had nothing but contempt. After they reached the palace, …
the English educated alienated middle-classes had nothing but contempt for
these forms and they were loudly supported by pundits of Sanskrit to whom the
only worthwhile drama had been created by Kalidas and nothing need be done
after …
A Cause that stands in need of Falshoods to support it, and an Adversary that will
make use of them deserve nothing but Contempt; which I doubt not but every
considerate Reader thought Answer enough to Mr. Edwards's Socinianism …
Paine had nothing but contempt for the 'royal brute' and the institution of
monarchy he embodied, but he also had nothing but contempt for the infantile,
unthinking obedience, borne of ignorance, he elicited from his subjects. There is
no reason …
… really saw very little of military life and for so-called strategy in the world's war
he had nothing but contempt. Of course he killed himself with work, good honest,
faithful work. I was thrown with him from 1 9 1 5 on in the Surgeon General's …
… prepared to cut himself off from the whole of existing civilisation. Indeed many
who were prepared to reject all else, many who had nothing but contempt for the
world around them, still retained in their hearts a liking 47 THE BACKGROUND.
… war schnell verflogen; is this seat high enough - you? ist Ihnen dieser Sitz hoch
genug?; / feel sorry - her sie tut mir leid; to feel nothing but contempt ~ sb/sth
nichts als Verachtung für jdn/etw empfinden; -to be con- cerned ~ sb/sth um jdn/
etw …
Vgl. auch Donini 1979, 263: „atteggiamento negativo di Seneca verso la lógica";
GRIFFIN 1992, 175: „For the rhetoric and dialectic included in the pa« rationals
he had nothing but contempt [...]". — MASO 1999, 125-149 erklärt Sénecas Kritik …
So, if someone goes too far and breaks the law, Or tries to tell his masters what to
do, 665 He will have nothing but contempt from me. But when the city takes a
leader, you must obey, Whether his commands are trivial, or right, or wrong.
He says: “I am the one who carries out God's will against the infidels, the
nonbelievers, and I have nothing but contempt for Western society, which
trivializes sex, which exposes women in every possible way, which traffics in
eroticism, …
nothing+but+contempt
But, he led off by assailing what he termed a “gang-up” against him, which
appealed to his East Harlem audiences, who defined a fair fight as “one-on-one.”'
°7 Calling Donovan a “Sutton Place Dixiecrat,” who has “nothing but contempt for
the …
I cannot fathom why I feel this way.” “You have loosed the beast to destroy the
world, as you wanted to.” “Could I have wanted that? I wanted to rule the world.” “
The desire to rule, to dictate, is born of nothing but contempt.” “You may be right.
His silence hurt Kelly more than any answer could have done. But Jock Tait
would redress the balance. He had nothing but contempt for Kelly. Tait's tradition
was that of the healthy Scots peasant free of religious bigotry - a Rabelaisian 264 …
nothing+but+contempt
I am sure horses think the same way, too. The white horses are devoted to man,
but have nothing but contempt for brown and bay horses, and the brown and bay
horses have nothing but contempt for the spotted ones. Horse love, I understand, …
God will no longer have regard for the nations, because nothing but contempt for
our religion is expected from them.121 The nations have never cared for our
prophets and priests. For this reason God will not permit those whom he often
thrust …
That's what's the matter with the Negro race. They won't stick together. She
certainly ought to be ostracized. I've nothing but contempt for her, as has every
other self-respecting Negro." The other women and the lone man left to them —
Helga's …
Colin Mason had nothing but contempt for anything that was of a particular idiom.
Peter Heyworth, another pipsqueak, had therefore nothing but contempt for
Rubbra's Symphony and raved about the Iain Hamilton work. Colin Mason
warned …
At table he scarcely touches a morsel, and for spaghetti he has nothing but
contempt. . . . Yes indeed, nothing but contempt for spaghetti, that's as true as you
're there. . . . He hardly sleeps a wink at night. ... I happen [78] AND HE HID
HIMSELF.
for+them
What do the admiral's admitted actions regarding the natives and the ways in
which he describes these people allow us to conclude about his attitudes toward
these "Indians" and his plans for them? 7. What does this letter tell us about the …
Listen to the clear and simple statements of God to His people (from Exodus 19):
He was not there for them; they were to be there for Him. “. . . and brought you [
out of Egyptian bondage] to Myself ” (v. 4). “. . . you shall be a special treasure to …
for+them for+them for+them for+them
R. A. Edwards gives as one reason for his accepting the Johannine authorship
that "the alternative suggestions seemed far too complicated for them to be
possible in a real world where living men met and talked" (The Gospel according
to …
for+them for+them for+them for+them
There is one verse in the Qur'an which due to its context has often been
misinterpreted but which points exactly, in my understanding, to the ideal gender
relation: "Your wives are a garment for you, and you are a garment for them" (2:
188).
… desire spiritual gifts, especially an increase of spiritual grace, and a clearer
view of interest in all spiritual blessings ; they savour the things of God, and of the
Spirit of God; they have a gust for them, a relish of them, they are sweet unto them
, …
Doing It Right, Using It Well Richard J. Stiggins. progress, and they knew what
they had to do next to improve their writing (L. Paulson, personal communication,
September 1985). The teacher succeeded because students learned how to take …
for+them for+them for+them
He says: Since God created human beings hasty [17:11] and He created in them
seeking, but they do not gain the object of their search in the first step, the interval
draws out for them because of their hastiness. They halt because of the length …