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In this long-term relationship between 'upstream' and 'downstream' Myanmar, and the attempts to accommodate both the old and the new, oldness seemed to have been the preferred value for most of Myanmar's history.
Made use to make the possible ones to have a quiet life, she plays a music soft and candy for that one with who will share stream bed and oldness.
However, despite of its oldness, the principle of subsidiarity was registered late enough in the dictionaries, in the beginning of 1990, and only by its secondary means (i.
In a culture that has identified with the 'new' since Columbus, 'old' gets the short end of the comparative stick, and it becomes ever more difficult to imagine oldness as a phenomenon apart from the lazy simplicities of conventional wisdom" (Hillman 42).
The first way is to use the Geophysical surveying technologies; this procedure will take place if the reliability of the data is very poor due to the non standardization of the generated as-built drawings, or due to the non network completeness and oldness.
Moreover, they also questioned the oldness of the tree.
but they could not stop the oldness from spreading, any more than they
She has a staff of experts that help her stretch and bend and do Tae Bo and massage out the oldness in her joints and muscles.
The lexicon stores additional information about entities, whereby, crudely put, oldness matches friend is a person and a person exists through time (has temporal extension).
9) Stage armour's status as antiquated may have imbued it with comic potential (like Yorick's out-ofdate skull in Hamlet) or allowed it to signify oldness in a way that contemporary clothing could not.
keeps our fortunes from us till our oldness cannot relish them.
Like many Houstonians, she found the charm of Europe and New England to reside primarily in their oldness.
She couldn't possibly be that young," he said, thinking then that the girl's youth was apparent perhaps from a distance, but not up close where the eyes and bloom of a smile would betray--in his experience with widows--an oldness brought about not by age but by the irrevocable fatigue of grief.
It is expected that this work can contribute to those interested in oldness and family issues.
I am rethinking the category of oldness, for example as it applies to the narrator of Svevo's Confessions of Zeno, as well as its implications for such female protagonists as Vigano's Agnese va a morire, or the prematurely aged Ida of Morante's La Storia.