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Not a rich flower upon her head, not a single leaf, but had had its prototype in Drowne's wooden workmanship, although now their fragile grace had become flexible, and was shaken by every footstep that the wearer made.
When a remembered event has a remembered context, this may occur in two ways, either (a) by successive images in the same order as their prototypes, or (b) by remembering a whole process simultaneously, in the same way in which a present process may be apprehended, through akoluthic sensations which, by fading, acquire the mark of just-pastness in an increasing degree as they fade, and are thus placed in a series while all sensibly present.
Squat and lean at the same time, asymmetrically limbed, string-muscled as if with lengths of cordage, dirt-caked from infancy save for casual showers, she was as unbeautiful a prototype of woman as he, with a scientist's eye, had ever gazed upon.
They believe that every race which breeds true, let the distinctive characters be ever so slight, has had its wild prototype.
Yet she could not shake off the instinctive fear that arose in her--man's inheritance from the wild and howling ages when his hairy, apelike prototype was afraid of the dark and personified the elements into things of fear.
Duson entered the sitting-room, noiseless as ever, with pale, passionless face, the absolute prototype of the perfect French servant, to whom any expression of vigorous life seems to savour of presumption.
The resemblance between the American borderer and his European prototype is singular, though not always uniform.
Jessen, CCIM, principal of the leasing company The Morse Company said, "The technology market can change quickly and Texas Prototypes is a prime example of the future for many.
Services include product design and development, computer modeling, models and prototypes, tool design and building services, tool tryouts to 3000-ton presses, lost core tool tryouts, mold-maintenance and repair, and full CAD/CAM system.
Sintering most often is used to create plastic prototypes, using a laser to cement powders together layer by layer until a full, 3-D object is formed.
Although computational fluid dynamics (CED) is having the effect of reducing the number of prototypes that must be built of things like air intake manifolds, as Jorg Gerken, managing director of rpm rapid product modellbau GmbH (Helmstedt, Germany), notes "Despite the fact that these programs are of great value, they still cannot represent reality to 100%.