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The narrator calls it: "the cataleptic emanations of the brain which in some instances spread from the mouth of the person in a trance over the whole table, filled the whole room, a floating, rarefied tissue, an astral dough, on the borderline between body and soul." 51 A nihilistic fulfiller?
he recapitulates Scipio's role as fulfiller of Cato's words
TAKE away the last four minutes of this dull hour-and-a-half of football, and you'd have thought you were watching an end-of-season fixture fulfiller.
For Rob's grandparents are also believed to have been residents at Caerphilly Garden Centre, having made their nest in empty fulfiller boxes a few years ago - as featured in the Echo.
In it, Jesus is understood to fulfill the Trinity's work in the world as the unifier of the polar tensions in cosmic being (Maximus), the fulfiller of the arts and sciences (Bonaventure), the key to the trinitarian structure of history (Rupert of Deutz), and the founder of a new relation between the world and God (Nicholas of Cusa).
"That greater Soul" can entertain grander vistas than the merely human, while each individual, from being a virtual supernumerary in, or a designated fulfiller of, the predestined course of empire, becomes the unfettered maker of vital decisions which can make or "mar its [providence's] just design" (PW, p.
Quest-Ritson describes Repton as the successor to Capability Brown, a good salesman who was an ``inspirer, a fulfiller of dreams.''
The offset fulfiller is the company that provides the offset compensation; this is usually the defense firm who signed the offset agreement.
"We are much more than just a contract fulfiller," says White.
"What we are really seeing of late is pharmacies transforming from a fulfiller to a provider," says Tom Rhoads, Parata's executive vice president of customer and market strategies.
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Contract awarded for ServiceNow Service Management Suite - fulfiller user license for 12 months