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If there can be said to be such a thing as a "guiding principle" in the poetic practice of Muzaffar al-Nawwab, it could be described as a comprehensive dedication to a "poetics of arousal," to awaken and arouse the senses and a wide range of emotions in his audience.
But not wanting to arouse taxpayer suspicion -- or the ire of students and parents who have been socked, year after year, with rising fees -- the system used clever accounting to conceal the full costs.
Its characters arouse sympathy because of their comically flawed humanity, not because they are abstract symbols of class or nationality.
Many poems rely heavily on conjunctions and articles that do little to arouse the senses.
It is like standing in front of a TV screen giving off an impossible image: the All and Nothing that, for a moment, reciprocally arouse each other.
It can arouse interest," he said quoting Cardinal Ratzinger, "especially because it does not reproduce one or another private opinion, but it formulates the answer which comes from the great communitarian experience of the Church of all centuries.
1 : to arouse the interest or curiosity of <The mystery intrigues me.
Likewise, suggestive intercuts to paintings of nude sylphs and grinning goblins arouse your not-se-buried longing to believe in a wild, free wor ld that never heard of the Nasdaq.
Aware of the storm of criticism this book may arouse, Mr.
Only one word flashes in my head when I mull over that Maury episode: sensationalism--as Webster's puts it, "the use of material or methods intended to shock, excite, or arouse curiosity.
If the jury finds that the young men acted in the heat of passion - which is defined as something that would arouse the passion of an ordinary person - it would have to vote in the favor of a manslaughter verdict.
If I do manage to arouse him, he'll even go and masturbate in the bathroom rather than do it with me.