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So - how can IT move from being a cost-centre -- a fathomless black hole into which countless dinars are sunk year after year in a never-ending attempt to at least catch up with what other companies are promising -- into an innovation enabler?
Powehi means "the adorned fathomless dark creation" or "embellished dark source of unending creation" and comes from the Kumulipo, an 18th century Hawaiian creation chant.
"Powehi," meaning "the adorned fathomless dark creation" or "embellished dark source of unending creation," comes from an 18th century Hawaiian creation chant.
In such certainties--our connections to ancient traditions as well as to the fathomless future--lies our solace and comfort.
When I was deep inside it, this period felt like an endless, fathomless expanse of push and pull, of never quite being where I was.
He preferred to experiment and look for fathomless roads.
The pond, once believed to be fathomless, used to be on the verge of overflowing throughout the year.
It seems to suit those at the top to continue to tie us up in fathomless red tape and verbose documents to protect their own positions of power, while inventing laws which do not help this country or in fact any other member state.
But, because of His infinite, fathomless love for us, He didn't charge and arrest us.
Like Brahms himself, it growled and glowed, and, like the accounts we have read of Brahms' own playing (the one surviving recording we have of him at a jangly piano tells us nothing), Helmchen performed with power and sensitivity, passage-work rippling, shoulders enriching the chording, virtuosity never vaunted but always illuminating the fathomless content of this wonderful music.
The rest of her body is in complete darkness--a fathomless, pitch-black background--so that the hands seem as spontaneous, as unfettered, as the fire itself.