shapelessness


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This shapelessness is the irreducible center of human desire and, of course, of all human emotion.
The moral shapelessness of natural states of affairs is precisely the sort of thing that principlists want to deny.
Adonis, in the 1962 prose poem which opens his manifesto of a new poetry (Aghani Mihyar al-Dimashqi), describes his alter ego "The Knight of Strange words" entering the scene with the shapelessness of two resonant ghayn words ghaba and ghaym, forest and cloud, entities of epic size but porous:
Separated by only one more phase from that total shapelessness, the Hunchback remembers impotently and bitterly--a frustration familiar to the blocked poet--the wholeness and creativity of a former self.
Slade has suggested that Lot 49 may take its shape from the critical reaction to the shapelessness of V.
The design by Harris Shapiro, of Los Angeles-based Nadell Architects, attempts to camouflage the shapelessness of the big-box retail stores by creating towering entrances, faux facades, a variety of roof lines, and cornices for ornamentation.
Moriarty and Broughton took the idea further with Marae, done in the Lower Hutt Town Hall for the 1992 Wellington Festival; reviewers were troubled by the shapelessness of this play, the varying quality of performance, and the eclecticism of the material, including songs from the wrong side of the Pacific; one critic even compared it with the Ladies Night cabaret, while another said it needed to be 'as disciplined as a Greek chorus'.
They can ridicule it for its shapelessness, its subjectivity, its noncognitivism, its relativism, its foundationlessness, and its undemocratic character unredeemed by pedigree or principle.
They can ridicule it for its shapelessness, its subjectivity, it noncognitivism, its relativism, its foundationlessness, and its undemocratic character unredeemed by pedigree or principle.
Thubron evokes vividly the vast shapelessness of an area where emperors rose like whirling storms riding west until the impetus failed, from Genghis Khan to Tamurlane.
The Cloud is a good description from a network testers' perspective of the relative shapelessness of the virtual environment.
Nothing excuses the shapelessness of what we witnessed from a Welsh perspective.