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On the contrary, each retelling ends with speculation about continuity--on how to embark on new travels with curiousness about exploring one's Indies sensibilities in new locations, or revisiting known ones; on how to locate as yet unmet relatives on the other side of the world, or to revisit those who are well known, or to travel together.
They emphasized curiousness and exoticism, combining Mongol symbolic figures such as the Tartar and Genghis Khan into an eclectic Asian imagery, which, intentionally or not, was spread across the United Sates through thousands of well-to-do whites (Takaki 247).
However, the lack of supply is indirectly helping Xiaomi to create the curiousness and buzz pertaining to its devices in emerging markets.
Adding to the curiousness is the fact that the film is being given a multiplatform release in cinemas, DVD and on television.
In his 2008 essay "Erinnern--ein Meer und seine Form," Jirgl discusses his use of links in Abtrunnig and his ambiguous relationship with the internet, which seems split between skepticism towards its implications and curiousness towards its potential:
It contains the discourse of the whole world, which is at this day most beautiful; a thing of that singularity, curiousness, and rareness, that England hath not the like again.
And would a tad more rapport with the audience, making things look less of a chore, help our advocacy of obscure music, as in the C minor Quartet of the Anglo-French Georges Onslow (his thirtieth, no less, with more to come), which for all its historical curiousness spent a long time going nowhere?
Hunter was a silent onlooker, respectfully documenting the beauty, creativity, curiousness and devotion which mankind is capable of.
They were significant, though, in extending the show's modes of reception: passive waiting, watching, and listening, for The Carnie; active compositional choice for The Cabinet of Curiousness, as the visitor spontaneously mixed sounds by opening the drawers in combination; and an intermediate position in the ability to both pick up and hang up the telephone, either triggering sound or ending it.
Nor does it at all diminish the curiousness of this matter, that to many thousands of our rural boys and young men born along its line, the probationary life of the Grand Canal furnishes the sole transition between quietly reaping in a Christian corn-field, and recklessly ploughing the waters of the most barbaric seas.
here, under your nose, here in the very curiousness and drollness and extraness of the iron and the bark" (332).
Better to float on the sea of things and enjoy the curiousness and mystery.