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Because--" But it was no moment to expound the personal nature of love.
One of the passengers being exceedingly anxious to expound at great length to my companion (not to me, of course) the true principles on which books of travel in America should be written by Englishmen, I feigned to fall asleep.
The clergyman's horse, stumbling with a dull blunt sound among the graves, was cropping the grass; at once deriving orthodox consolation from the dead parishioners, and enforcing last Sunday's text that this was what all flesh came to; a lean ass who had sought to expound it also, without being qualified and ordained, was pricking his ears in an empty pound hard by, and looking with hungry eyes upon his priestly neighbour.
The Implications Of Immanence: Toward A New Concept of Life" by Leonard Lawlor (Faudree-Hardin University Professor of Philosophy, University of Memphis) draws from postphenomenological French philosophers such as Merleau-Ponty, Derrida, and Foucault, along with Husserl and Heidegger to expound upon a philosophy of life that is in opposition to the concept of 'bio-power' which reduced humanity to a mere biological existence.
who expound on the joys of getting obsessively lost in these miniature worlds of words.
Harvey does not expound the merits of vegetarianism, frozen politeness, the decline of Anglican funds/congregations, or torching "the old liturgy.
with these transient matters puts those who expound these concerns very much in the camp of the feudal lords, monarchs, farmers, and the religious and political leaders of some five hundred years ago when the agrarian age gave way to the industrial age.
This is not to say that there was shortage of baby boomers willing to expound on mistakes made and lessons learned during their political heyday.
However, we did have a minortriumph at the public inquiry held in Dolwyddelan school when one of the great unwashed, living 200 miles away, got up to expound his views.
Rich executives had come to hear the world's richest executive expound on what conference literature had advertised as his recipe "to bring the benefits of connectivity and participation in the e-economy to all the world's 6 billion people.
Lastly, Williams fails to expound on the details of the Jeffery-Ayers controversy which was a highly publicized event during the Cook administration (p.
Today's parishioners," he says, "have been conditioned to believe (by television, for example) that anything that takes more than 10 minutes to expound cannot be true, and that if it's really important you ought to be able to say it in less than a minute.
The story is extremely tightly constructed to expound the story line and, what is more important, gradually to reveal the futility and falsity of the girl's life.
In a chapter called "Relations," Amir Abdul Latiyf Hamin and his three wives expound on the issue of polygamy and how it is handled, at least by one family.
Chapters expound at length upon the material, form, meaning, style, permanence, composites, context, and conception of music, and the interplay between music's creation, message and perceived meaning, and an intuitive comprehension.