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But her conscious need was to break away from constricting patterns of form, a need to let the experience shape itself.
In B. M. Spinley's portrayal of the underprivileged and undereducated youth of London, a salient finding was the inability to postpone gratification, a need to satisfy impulses immediately without the pleasure of anticipation or of savoring the experience.
Of course the principal factor in the whole experience was the kind of education he received.
Mr. Truman has only to recall the `` hopeless '' campaign of 1948 to remember what a loyal partisan he was and the first experience of Mr. Kennedy with Congress would have been sadder than it was had not Mr. Sam been there.
To most of those who composed the Amen corner it was a magnificent and beautiful experience, something for which they lived from week to week.
She was a child too much a part of her environment, too eager to grow and learn and experience.
and a Jesus who, though lean, was strong even in death a look he remembered well from his experience in the dead room of Santo Spirito.
These were educated men, who, as Mr. Justice Holmes was fond of saying, formed their inductions out of experience under the burden of responsibility.
It was indeed a remarkable feat that a man who had had no experience of bridge building should have applied the principle of the arch, which appears in his famous bridges at Portsmouth, Haverhill, and Philadelphia.
There was evident delight on the part of the subject in response to her experience of the freedom of movement.
It was his experience that only one good salesman was found out of every seven hired -- and only one was hired out of every seven interviewed.
The engineer had more than seven years of experience in the firm, was well trained, was considered a hard worker, was respected by his fellow engineers for his technical competence and was regarded as a `` comer ''.
The questionnaire was designed to elicit three types of information: ( 1 ) the facts regarding certain characteristics of the respondents, including their experience with, and interest in, securing defense business ; ;
Therefore, his only recourse was to learn the shape all over again for each new visual experience of the same individual object or type of object ; ;
Typical of such an experience was the occasion of a somewhat formal official welcome in the offices of the Union of Soviet Artists.
Since experience indicates that effluents from oxidation ponds do not create major problems at these BOD concentrations, the goal for the effluent quality of the accelerated treatment system was the same as from conventional oxidation ponds.
Since the psychiatric interview, like any other interview, depends on communication, it is significant to note that the therapist in this interview was a man of marked skill and long experience.
So with all this experience, Bob Fogg was a natural choice to receive the first Emergency Air Mail Star Route contract.
He was also at the same time gaining practical experience as a safe breaker and highwayman, and learning how to shoot to kill from a Neanderthal convicted murderer named Gene Geary, later committed to Chester Asylum as a homicidal maniac, but whose eyes misted with tears when the young Dion sang a ballad about an Irish mother in his clear and syrupy tenor.

experience and rewarding
" The experience was exhausting for Pei, but also rewarding.
He soon began copying images from books and found the experience so rewarding he then decided he wanted to become an artist.
The game's puzzle design has been praised for creating a rewarding experience for players who work through challenges on their own ; Kristen Reed of Eurogamer, for example, said that " you quietly, logically, willingly proceed, and the illusion is perfect: the game never tells you what to do, even though the game is always telling you what to do ".
Scientific research at Japan's RIKEN institute has suggested that singing to females is an emotionally rewarding experience for male Zebra Finches.
Their vision statement — Kappa Alpha Theta is the organization that provides the finest and most rewarding membership experience for women — is based on Theta's core purpose and values.
This may result in the player being unable to experience all content, as many of the most significant and potentially rewarding game experiences are events which require large and coordinated teams to complete.
" They concluded that " only diehard fans will find the experience rewarding " and that the best way to play the game is through the bonus disc of Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence.
# experience of the activity as intrinsically rewarding, also referred to as autotelic experience
The experience of being present during an especially powerful experience, such as when the user reaches new insight into themselves or their beliefs about the nature of the universe, is reportedly quite rewarding.
During their time on the set, Lucasfilm decided that it might be an educational and rewarding experience for the older children, Eric Walker ( Mace ) and Warwick Davis ( Wicket ), to be given their own camera to use between takes.
Michael disagreed with Laurie being a model ; while Dinah saw it as a rewarding experience for Laurie, which would help her build up her low self-esteem and it also reminded her of her own days as a model.
Although unsatisfied with the novel's " abrupt " conclusion, Richard A. Lupoff praised Triton as " a thoroughly absorbing, highly rewarding reading experience.
During the early 1990s, Solondz worked as a teacher of English as a second language to newly arrived Russian immigrants at NYANA, a refugee resettlement agency in New York City ( his co-workers there included Alexander Gelman, Gary Shteyngart and Roman Turovsky ), an experience he has described as deeply rewarding.
Apart from the courses for the Chinese language programs and degree programs, international students may also choose to take elective courses, such as Kung Fu / Wu Shu ( Chinese martial arts ), Chinese cooking, Chinese painting, Chinese calligraphy, traditional Chinese musical instrument playing, Chinese folk arts ( paper cutting, carving ), Beijing opera, etc., and take rewarding tours throughout China to experience the unique Chinese culture.
At Rockford Lutheran High School, in Rockford, IL, Elling continued to sing in the choir: " When it was undeniably uncool and geeky and all that, to be in the choir, I did it anyway, because it was reliably beautiful, and it was rewarding, and it gave me gifts of experience and friendships.
Many bird watchers participate in these surveys as they find the experience rewarding.
If looked at as a time of personal growth, the experience can be greatly beneficial and rewarding.
Nintendo Power claimed that Killer7 is a " highly rewarding " experience for dedicated gamers.
" He called the composing experience " very pleasant and rewarding.
" Weinberg said, " my association with Conan, his staff, and crew has been a deeply rewarding experience for me.
After graduating from the University of Alabama and beginning a promising, if not immediately rewarding, artistic career in New York City, he came across the 1941 book, Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, in which James Agee describes in prose, and Walker Evans in photographs, the experience of living among the dirt-poor farming families of Hale County during the Great Depression.
An official website of the production is available, in it surfers can see a selection of episodes in video streaming, albeit the dialogue is just in Italian the linear nature of the plots and the visual gags can offer a rewarding experience even to non-Italian speakers.

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