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Life is further characterized, in antithesis to Piepsam, as animal: the image of a dog, which appears at several places, is first given as the criterion of amiable, irrelevant interest aroused by life considered simply as a spectacle: a dog in a wagon is `` admirable '', `` a pleasure to contemplate '' ; ;
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The cyclist, a sufficiently commonplace young fellow, is not named but identified simply as `` Life '' -- that and a license number, which Piepsam uses in addressing him.
Piepsam tries to stop him by force, receives a push in the chest from `` Life '', and is left standing in impotent and growing rage, while a crowd begins to gather.
that is, on the basis of his own sinfulness and abject wretchedness, Piepsam becomes a prophet who in his ecstasy and in the name of God imprecates doom on Life -- not only the cyclist now, but the audience, the world, as well: `` all you light-headed breed ''.
The cyclist, by contrast, blond and blue-eyed, is simply unreflective, unproblematic Life, `` blithe and carefree ''.
But he is more interesting than the others, the ones who come from the highroad to watch him, more interesting than Life considered as a cyclist.
There is plenty more to recommend Gorton, the facts of whose life are given in The Life And Times Of Samuel Gorton, by Adelos Gorton.
Representatives of Harvard University Press, which is publishing the book this month of April, recognize and freely acknowledge that they invited such reaction by allowing Life magazine to print an excerpt from the book in advance of the book's publication date.
the `` sober opinion '' of his letter to Noyes, written when Hardy was eighty years old, is essentially that of his first `` philosophical '' notebook entry, made when he was twenty-five: `` The world does not despise us: it only neglects us '' ( Early Life, p. 63 ).
But slowly they take over as Alain Delon ( Life, Sept. 15 ), playing a sometimes appealing but always criminal boy, casually tells a rich and foot-loose American that he is going to murder him, then does it even while the American is trying to puzzle out how Delon expects to profit from the act.
Later on, when he became king in 1509, Henry VIII is supposed to have commissioned an English translation of a Life of Henry V so that he could emulate him, on the grounds that he thought that launching a campaign against France would help him to impose himself on the European stage.
Several biographical programs have been made, such as the 2004 BBC television programme entitled Agatha Christie: A Life in Pictures, in which she is portrayed by Olivia Williams, Anna Massey, and Bonnie Wright.
The legend connected with its foundation is given by Peter Damiani in his Life of St Odilo: a pilgrim returning from the Holy Land was cast by a storm on a desolate island.
" When Jesus the Christ, who is the Word and the Bread of Life, comes a second time, the righteous will be raised incorruptible and will be taken in the clouds to meet their Lord.
" Life is cosmic energy of the universe and after death it merges in universe again and as the time comes to find the suitable place for the entity died in the life condition it gets born.
" The most learned man anywhere to be found " according to Einhard's Life of Charlemagne, he is considered among the most important architects of the Carolingian Renaissance.
Rogers stated that " one may see that Solitude and Retirement from the World is not such an unsufferable State of Life as most Men imagine, especially when People are fairly call'd or thrown into it unavoidably, as this Man was ".
The prose version has survived, but the Life is very much a hagiography: many of the stories it contains have obvious Biblical parallels, making them suspect as a historical record.
One of the first great autobiographies of the Renaissance is that of the sculptor and goldsmith Benvenuto Cellini ( 1500 – 1571 ), written between 1556 and 1558, and entitled by him simply Vita ( Italian: Life ).
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`` Gladius Dei '' ( 1902 ) resembles `` The Way To The Churchyard '' in its representation of a conflict between light and dark, between `` Life '' and a spirit of criticism, negation, melancholy, but it goes considerably further in characterizing the elements of this conflict.
Wall continues to oversee further development of Perl and serves as the Benevolent Dictator for Life of the Perl project.
Jenkins mentions use of the word in book titles including Life among the Moonies and Escape from the Moonies, and comments: " These titles further illustrate how the derogatory term ' Moonie ' became a standard for members of this denomination, in a way that would have been inconceivable for any of the insulting epithets that could be applied to, say, Catholics or Jews.
Singer's book Rethinking Life and Death: The Collapse of Our Traditional Ethics offers further examination of the ethical dilemmas concerning the advances of medicine.
This line of argument has been articulated further in recent years by Canadian philosopher John McMurtry within the Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems ( http :// www. eolss. net ) published by UNESCO.
Secondly, the intercession of Gregory serves to set Leobardus straight, after he had been tempted by the devil ( Life of the Fathers, XX, 3 ), and so this act further enhances the authority of bishops as a whole.
Jones co-directed Monty Python and the Holy Grail with Terry Gilliam, and was sole director on two further Monty Python movies, Life of Brian and Monty Python's The Meaning of Life.
" The Byrds further outraged the Opry establishment by breaking with accepted protocol when they performed Parsons ' song " Hickory Wind " instead of the Merle Haggard song " Life in Prison ", as had been announced by Tompall Glaser. Grand Ole Opry House
The band would release two further albums, This Is Hardcore ( 1998 ) and We Love Life ( 2001 ), after which they entered an extended hiatus, having sold more than 10 million records.
Tensegrity as " The Architecture of Life " is an idea developed by Donald E. Ingber, explained in a January 1998 article in Scientific American and further discussed at the blog " Tensegrity ".
He provided some backing vocals for both The Other Side of Life and Sur La Mer ; however, multiple production considerations led Visconti to leave Thomas ' vocals off of the latter of these two albums, thereby further reducing the texture of their overall vocal sound, which had been rich four-part harmonies, then went down to three, now reduced still further to just the more similar-sounding voices of Hayward and Lodge ( Lodge also providing falsetto vocals and high harmonies ), with Pinder and Thomas each having provided both lower-and higher-pitched vocal harmonies in the group's earlier vocal sound.
The transitional phase of the composer's career concludes with three further vocal pieces: Sea Drift ( 1903 ), A Mass of Life ( 1904 – 05 ), and Songs of Sunset ( 1906 – 07 ).
Lonzo released a further LP called ‘ Phases in Life ’ released in 1990 under Lonzo ’ s solo identity.
There was further change when businessman Steve Morgan took control of the club for a nominal £ 10 fee in return for a £ 30million investment into the club, resulting in the departure of Sir Jack Hayward ( who remains as Life President and Club Hall of Fame member ) after 17 years as chairman.
Conway's Game of Life, a cellular automaton devised in 1970 by the British mathematician John Horton Conway, is considered a zero-player game because its evolution is determined by its initial state, requiring no further input from humans.
The book East Side, West Side: Tales of New York Sporting Life 1910-1960 took the rumors a step further, stating that " Most of the Italian giant's opponents were pushovers, paid to take a dive or too frightened to stand up for three minutes in a row ".
On the 14th of April 2011, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony member Krayzie Bone announced he left the group after 20 years citing uncontrollable circumstances along with Wish Bone to pursue their solo careers further and release records on their label, The Life Entertainment.
" Some further synonyms are: " Champagne of Life, Manchurian Fungus, Manchurian mushroom, Tea Fungus, Kargasok Tea, Haipao, Fungus Japanicus, Combucha, Kwassan, Spumonto, T ’ Chai from the Sea, Tschambucco ".