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It is as empty as the word `` Hurrah '' would be when there was no enthusiasm behind it.
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is and empty
The `` reality '' to which they respond is rationally empty and their art is an imitation of the inescapable powerfulness of this unknown and empty world.
F.S.C. Northrop, in his discussion of The `` Functions And Future Of Poetry '', suggests this: `` One of the things which makes our lives drab and empty and which leaves us, at the end of the day, fatigued and deflated spiritually is the pressure of the taxing, practical, utilitarian concern of common-sense objects.
It is no coincidence that the hebephrenic patient, the most severely dedifferentiated of all schizophrenic patients, shows, as one of his characteristic symptoms, laughter -- laughter which now makes one feel scorned or hated, which now makes one feel like weeping, or which now gives one a glimpse of the bleak and empty expanse of man's despair ; ;
How Maxwell recounts his first coming to Camusfearna, his furnishing the empty house with beach-drift, the subtle changes in season over ten years, is a moving experience.
Its domain is the powerset of A ( with the empty set removed ), and so makes sense for any set A, whereas with the definition used elsewhere in this article, the domain of a choice function on a collection of sets is that collection, and so only makes sense for sets of sets.
You may continue to replace unplayable tiles ( including new unplayable tiles that you draw ) until you have six playable tiles or the tile stock is empty.
A big disadvantage of complex biological sewage treatment systems is that if the house is empty, the sewage system biota may starve to death.
Another closely related explanation is that reality is devoid of sensory mediation and conception, or empty, and therefore language itself is a priori inadequate without direct experience.
a − λ1 is not invertible ( because the spectrum of a is not empty ) hence a = λ1: this algebra A is naturally isomorphic to C ( the complex case of the Gelfand-Mazur theorem ).
is and word
I suggested that one must let it in because it is the truth, but Beckett did not take to the word truth.
As a word of caution, we should be aware that in actual practice no message is purely one of the four types, question, command, statement, or exclamation.
Harris J. Griston, in Shaking The Dust From Shakespeare ( 216 ), writes: `` There is not a word spoken by Shylock which one would expect from a real Jew ''.
Sensibility is a vague word, covering an area of meaning rather than any precise talent, quality, or skill.
Therefore, what we must prove or disprove is that there were Saxons, in the broad sense in which we must construe the word, in the area of the Saxon Shore at the time it was called the Saxon Shore.
There's more reading and instruction to be heard on discs than ever before, although the spoken rather than the sung word is as old as Thomas Alva Edison's first experiment in recorded sound.
Now, of course, that the Russians are the nuclear villains, radiation is a nastier word than it was in the mid, when the US was testing in the atmosphere.
As Sir Giles Overreach ( how often had he had to play that part, who did not believe a word of it ), he raised his arm and declaimed: `` Where is my honour now ''??
The gulf between the `` rich '' and the `` poor '' has narrowed, in the industrialized Western world, to the point that the word `` poor '' is hardly applicable.
Any alteration of one of these factors is distortion, although we generally use that word only for effects so pronounced that they can be stated quantitatively on the basis of standard tests.
In analyzing the watercolors of Roy Mason, the first thing that comes to mind is their essential decorativeness, yet this word has such a varied connotation that it needs some elaboration here.
For example, probably very few people know that the word `` visrhanik '' that is bantered about so much today stems from the verb `` bouanahsha '': to salivate.
The latter is useful for modifying information about some or all forms of a word, hence reducing the work required to improve dictionary contents.
Equivalents could be assigned to the paradigm either at the time it is added to the dictionary or after the word has been studied in context.
From the point of view of syntactic analysis the head word in the statement is the predicator has broken, and from the point of view of meaning it would seem that the trouble centers in the breaking ; ;
When a word represents a larger construction of which it is the only expressed part, it normally has more stress than it would have in fully expressed construction.
If word classes differ in their resistance or liability to stem replacement within meaning slot, it is conceivable that individual meanings also differ with fair consistence trans-lingually.
is and Hurrah
Corruption is hardly a recent development in the city and state that were widely identified as the locale of Edwin O'Connor's novel, `` The Last Hurrah ''.
The Harvest Moon Hurrah is sponsored by the Spanish Fork Arts Council and takes place on September 19.
One example is Norman Spinrad's The Last Hurrah of the Golden Horde ; another is Mœbius's The Airtight Garage.
* The character Tsing Yi in John Woo's Last Hurrah for Chivalry, according to its director, is inspired by Jing Ke.
Mark Goodman's 1985 novel Hurrah for the Next Man Who Dies is a fictionalized account of Baker's life.
* Curley is considered the inspiration for the protagonist Frank Skeffington in the novel and film The Last Hurrah by Edwin O ' Connor.
In the second book Hurrah for the Circus and the third Circus Days Again, Mr Galliano's famous circus is getting bigger and better all the time.