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and as the aspect of the subject was transposed into those clusters of more or less interchangeable and contour-obliterating facet-planes by which plasticity was isolated under the Cubist method, the subject itself became largely unrecognizable.
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aspect and subject
In a symposium and general exploration of the field of Personal Perception and Interpersonal Behavior the discussion does not touch upon this aspect of the subject, with one possible exception ; ;
The term is used in various ways: to refer to a particular aspect of an individual, or the individual in their entirety ; to a scholar in many subjects ( e. g. Isaac Newton or Leonardo da Vinci ) or a scholar in a single subject ( e. g., Albert Einstein or Stephen Hawking ).
Thus, light extraction in LEDs is an important aspect of LED production, subject to much research and development.
Although there may be disagreements as to whether a particular game qualifies as a wargame or not, a general consensus exists that all such games must explore and illuminate or simulate some feature or aspect of human behaviour directly bearing on the conduct of war, even if the game subject itself does not concern organized violent conflict or warfare.
Latin and the Romance languages inflect verbs for tense – aspect – mood and they agree in person and number ( but not in gender, as for example in Polish ) with the subject.
* Theory of relations, treats the subject matter of relations in its combinatorial aspect, as distinguished from, though related to, its more properly logical study on one side and its more generally mathematical study on another
Non-computational questions are generally math history or involve a specific aspect of mathematics, and are similar to the other subject areas.
With his vivid manner of portraiture and his ability to catch unerringly some striking and usually unfamiliar aspect of his subject, he superseded Sargent as England's fashionable portrait painter.
Besides the health aspect of the subject, obesity has a strong influence on one's general mood and behaviour.
Athos, the " Autonomous Monastic State of the Holy Mountain ” (“ Αυτόνομη Μοναστικὴ Πολιτεία Ἁγίου Ὄρους ”), is a self-governed part of the Greek state, subject to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in its political aspect and to the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinopole as regards its religious aspect.
It quickly became clear to Rivers, looking in on the experiment from a psycho-physical aspect, that the only way accurate results could be obtained from introspection on behalf of the patient is if the subject under investigation was himself a trained observer, sufficiently discriminative to realise if his introspection was being prejudiced by external irrelevancies or moulded by the form of the experimenter's questions, and sufficiently detached to lead a life of detachment throughout the entire course of the tests.
He used it to refer to one aspect of his " science of ideas " ( to the study itself, not the subject of the study ).
One important aspect of matrix wh-clauses is that subject-auxiliary inversion is obligatory when something other than the subject is focused.
Famed for its picturesque aspect, Ussé was the subject of a French railroad poster issued by the Chemin de Fer de Paris à Orléans in the 1920s and was one of several that inspired Walt Disney in the creation of many of the Disney Castles.
Morris had originally intended to document on the " Nub City " aspect of the town, but re-focused his subject after claiming to receive death threats from residents.
The rankings are based on the same criteria as for the QS World University Rankings 2011 / 2012 – size, subject range and research intensity – but with the fourth aspect, age, restricted to those less than 50 years old.
Each area of the palm and fingers is related to a god or goddess, and the features of that area indicate the nature of the corresponding aspect of the subject.
They do not deny that most other aspects of consciousness are subject to scientific investigation but they argue that subjective experiences will never be explained ; i. e., sentience is the only aspect of consciousness that can't be explained.
The third aspect of his educational influence was that on the subject matter and method of education, exerted through a series of textbooks of an entirely new nature.
aspect and was
Though sex in some form or other enters into all human activity and it was a good thing that Freud emphasized this aspect of human nature, it is fantastic to explain everything in terms of sex.
What in some ways was the most important aspect was the impact individually on the millions who constituted the nation.
What is interesting about these chamber works here is how they all reveal the aspect of French music that was moving toward the rococo.
To help him on this religious aspect of primitive jazz he had `` Big '' Miller, as a preacher-singer and Hannah Dean, Gospel-singer, while Oscar Brown Jr., an extremely talented young man, did a slave auctioneer's call, a field-hands' work song, and a beautifully sung Negro lullaby, `` Brown Baby '', which was one of the truly moving moments of the festival.
According to Suetonius, Domitius was a wealthy man with a despicable and dishonest character, who, according to Suetonius, was “ A man who was in every aspect of his life detestable ", and served as consul in 32.
The innovative aspect of the invention of the bow and arrow was the amount of power delivered to an extremely small area by the arrow.
The adjectival epithet Areios was frequently appended to the names of other gods when they take on a warrior aspect or become involved in warfare: Zeus Areios, Athena Areia, even Aphrodite Areia.
The Timaeus remained known in a Latin rendition by Calcidius through the Middle Ages, and the allegorical aspect of Atlantis was taken up by Humanists in utopian works of several Renaissance writers, such as Francis Bacon's New Atlantis and Thomas More's Utopia.
Even as his works dropped from performance, and he wrote no new operas after 1804, he still remained one of the most important and sought after teachers of his generation and his influence was felt in every aspect of Vienna's musical life.
Considered a " dogfight Sparrow ", the AIM-7E-2 was intended to be used at shorter ranges where the missile was still travelling at high speeds, and in the head-on aspect, making it much more useful in the visual limitations imposed on the engagements.
Another common aspect of the festival in early 20th century Ireland was the hanging of May Boughs on the doors and windows of houses and the making of May Bushes in farmyards, which usually consisted either of a branch of rowan / caorthann ( mountain ash ) or more commonly whitethorn / sceach geal ( hawthorn ) which is in bloom at the time and is commonly called the ' May Bush ' or just ' May ' in both Ireland and Britain.
It was also suggested that individual genes are likely to have only a small effect and to be involved in some aspect related to the disorder ( and a broad range of " normal " human behavior ) rather than the disorder per se.
" Theorist Basil Liddell Hart considered that the most important aspect of the operation was the degree to which the Ottoman commanders were first denied intelligence on the British preparations for the attack through British air superiority, and then crippled by air attacks on their headquarters and telephone exchanges, paralysing their attempts to react to the rapidly deteriorating situation.
Shakespeare may have changed this aspect of his character in order to please King James, who was thought at the time to be a descendant of the real Banquo.
The Golden Bull of 1356 was a decree issued by a Reichstag in Nuremberg headed by Emperor Charles IV that fixed, for a period of more than four hundred years, an important aspect of the constitutional structure of the Holy Roman Empire.
Korean nationalists have virulently reacted against China's application to UNESCO of Goguryeo tombs in Chinese territory: the absolute independence of Goguryeo is a central aspect of Korean identity, because according to Korean legend, it was comparatively independent from China and Japan, in contrast to subordinate states like the Joseon Dynasty and the Korean Empire.
According to Christian theologian Alister McGrath, the Jewish Christians affirmed every aspect of then contemporary Second Temple Judaism with the addition of the belief that Jesus was the messiah, with Isaiah 49: 6, " an explicit parallel to 42: 6 " quoted by Paul in Acts 13: 47 and reinterpreted by Justin the Martyr.
Because much physical and spiritual violence was done to Jews in the name of Jesus and his followers, and because evangelism is still an active aspect of many church's activities, many Jews are uncomfortable with discussing Jesus and treat him as a non-person.