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Only three of them have noncruciform plan; Sheikh Mohammad Abounajm mausoleum with octagonal plan, Sheikh Khalifeh mausoleum, four-arched with the circumambient corridors, and Sheikh Yusof Sarvestani mausoleum in the form of fourarched.
Many of Woolf's characters are absorbed in inner lives with similarly porous boundaries; the "luminous halo" of their lives is a liminal space in which her characters create and are created by one another and by the circumambient world.
Despite the brevity of the text, despite its dissociative pull and paratactic economy, the impression is not just of circumambient registration but of penetrating surveillance.
The phantasm advanced towards me; it seemed then, to my imagination, that his figure was borne on the sweet strain of music which filled the circumambient air.
I shall argue from the philosophy of Hindu ethics that the embedded evil in the circumambient situation precludes Hamm and Clov from consorting with the "whole" or the dharma of existence.
Through approximation Ammons aims to make bearable surroundings out of any old trash, dodging and feinting around a linguistic sphere that exhibits none of the protrusions into the circumambient world of shouts and skaters' scarves in Ashbery's poem.
What engages Lily's creative potentials is the transubstantiation of the mobility of her circumambient reality, including her own locus and proximity from bodies and/or things into the formalist order, in which "one colour melt[s] into another like the colours on a butterfly's wing; but beneath the fabric [the painting] must be clamped together with bolts of iron" (186).
The narrator's bitter denigration of the thought of this ineffectual heir and rentier is founded upon his shrewd grasp of the irony of money: how it creates and at the same time destroys paradises for its possessor by reducing the circumambient world to "esistenze mediocri" (127), or "selvaggia agglomerazione umana" (260), much as Croce complained.
The adjacent convex hulls are separated by the circumambient groove which forms a channel for flowing mucus.
As Probyn has aptly asserted, all Smollett's heroines are "kept aloof from the circumambient corruption, and preserved for a morally uplifting marriage" (111).
36) These four beacons are liberty (central to our constitutional arrangements), (37) equality (not mentioned in the Constitution "because it was as circumambient and pervasive .
Whether marching amid his aides and marshals in the van of countless cohorts that endlessly streamed it over the plains, like an Ohio; or whether with his circumambient subjects browsing all around at the horizon, the White Steed gallopingly reviewed them with warm nostrils reddening through his cool milkiness; in whatever aspect he presented himself, always to the bravest Indians he was the object of trembling reverence and awe.