[permalink] [id link]
By an effort of historical sympathy we can cast our minds back into the art of a remote past or an alien present, and enjoy the carvings of cavemen and Japanese colour-prints ; ;
from Brown Corpus
Some Related Sentences
By and effort
By a wrenching effort, he managed to hunch and draw in, to take the final fall on his back and shoulders rather than his head.
By March 1963 however, after the visit of Colonel Michael Greene of the United States Army, and the resulting ' Greene Plan ,' the pattern of bilaterally agreed military assistance to various Congolese military components, instead of a single unified effort, was already taking shape.
By the early 1990s there was sufficient interest among his seminar graduates to launch a collaborative implementation of his work, and the Bootstrap Alliance was formed as a non-profit home base for this effort.
By the mid-70s, Pei tried proposing a new design, but the library's opponents resisted every effort.
As for the contradiction between German rearmament and his message of peace, Ribbentrop argued to whoever would listen that the German people had been “ humiliated ” by the Versailles treaty, that Germany wanted peace above all, and German violations of Versailles were part of an effort to restore Germany's " self-respect " By the 1930s, much of British opinion had been convinced that the treaty was monstrously unfair and unjust to Germany, so as a result, many in Britain like Thomas Jones were very open to Ribbentrop ’ s message that if only Versailles could be done away with, then European peace would be secured.
By late 1990, Phish's concerts were becoming more and more intricate, often making a consistent effort to involve the audience in the performance.
By 1850, various methods such as rouletting wheels were being devised in an effort to make stamp separation more efficient and to allow for large numbers of stamps to be quickly separated.
By the 1960s there was revived interest in minor league baseball for Toledo, and public official Ned Skeldon led the effort to remodel the Lucas County Fairgrounds stadium into a suitable minor league ballpark.
By learning the alphabetic code early, she argued, students can quickly free up mental energy they had used for word analysis and devote this mental effort to meaning, leading to stronger comprehension earlier in elementary school.
By 1907, in an effort to regulate water flow for irrigation purposes, the U. S. Bureau of Reclamation had constructed a log crib dam at the Snake River outlet of Jackson Lake.
By 2000, the Party upped its campaign by sentencing " recidivist " practitioners to " re-education through labor ", in an effort to have them renounce their beliefs and " transform " their thoughts.
By then, the Spanish Empire was engaged in the political aftermath of the Seven Years ' War and colonial priorities in far away California afforded only a minimal effort.
By 1960, the Sino-Soviet split was a public rivalry, making China more supportive of Hanoi's war effort.
By the time of the third book in the series, Thrawn has nearly defeated the New Republic, but they claim victory in a last-ditch effort, and Thrawn is killed by his own bodyguard, shattering the Empire's unity.
By using basic colors and the original sound effects, effort was put forth to capture the look and feel of classic Disney.
By 1427, the Xuande Emperor gave up the effort started by his grandfather and formally acknowledged Vietnam's independence on condition they accept vassal status.
By the end of the game, even the Mets fans were cheering Bunning's effort ; he had only reached a three-ball count on two batters, and retired shortstop Charley Smith on a pop-out, and pinch-hitters George Altman and John Stephenson on strikeouts, to complete the perfect game.
By so doing, he ensured that a full account of the Confederate war effort would be preserved for history.
By the time Operation Desert Storm began, some 2, 000 Agency personnel were involved in the intelligence support effort.
By the end of the War, the Industry contributed to the construction of the Peace Memorial Hall in recognition of local effort to the War.
By and historical
By doing so, it links the holy past to the historical present and represents Alfred's law-giving as a type of divine legislation.
By making the mass number of soldiers blend within the landscape / painting, it shows that he believed that the usage and depiction of landscape was just as significant as a historical event, such as a war.
By comparison Whorf's other work in linguistics, the development of such concepts as the allophone and the cryptotype, and the formulation of " Whorf's law " in Uto-Aztecan historical linguistics, have met with broad acceptance.
By contrast, evidence based on the textual differences between the Septuagint and the Masoretic Text has been used to argue that the context of the MT truly does depict a historical Jeremiah.
By the 1870s, Herbert Spencer and other classical liberals concluded that historical development was turning against them.
By conceiving a timeless setting — " a vanished age " — and by carefully choosing names that resembled human history, Howard shrewdly avoided the problem of historical anachronisms and the need for lengthy exposition.
By re-defining class as a relationship that changed over time, Thompson proceeded to demonstrate how class was worthy of historical investigation.
By historical convention, a positive current is defined as having the same direction of flow as any positive charge it contains, or to flow from the most positive part of a circuit to the most negative part.
By a historical analysis of those forms, as applied to the verb, he furnished the first trustworthy materials for a history of the languages compared.
By the Victorian era Gothic had ceased to be the dominant genre and was dismissed by most critics ( in fact the form's popularity as an established genre had already begun to erode with the success of the historical romance popularised by Sir Walter Scott ).
By historism, he means the tendency to regard every argument or idea as completely accounted for by its historical context, as opposed to assessing it by its merits.
* The Life and Work of Konrad Zuse – By Prof. Horst Zuse ( K. Zuse's son ); an extensive and well-written historical account
By the time the historical written record begins to cover this area, it has already seen a number of invasions sweep over it, leaving social and political upheaval in their wake.
By investigating the impact of rituals, the efficacy of myths, and all the possible sources of collective behavior, he became the " father of historical anthropology.
By 1901 he had begun to write about spiritual topics, initially in the form of discussions of historical figures such as the mystics of the Middle Ages.
By 1904 he was clearly expressing his own understanding of these themes in his essays and books, though continuing to refer to a wide variety of historical sources.
By extension from the Roman historical experience, some modern politicians have been called " Tribunes of the People.
By the late Egyptian historical period, after the occupations by the Greeks and the Romans, Isis became the most important and most powerful deity of the Egyptian pantheon because of her magical skills.
By taking samples from different sites and different strata within a particular region, researchers can build a comprehensive historical sequence that becomes a part of the scientific record ; for example, ancient timbers found in buildings can be dated to give an indication of when the source tree was alive and growing, setting an upper limit on the age of the wood.
By the 1950s, scores of notable Manhattan buildings were lost to redevelopment around the city, and the mission of MAS broadened to include historical preservation.
By convention, a contemporary mixture of pigments that replaces a historical pigment is indicated by calling the resulting color a hue, but manufacturers are not always careful in maintaining this distinction.