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While Vogler's music expresses soul, the church organist who plays the fictional Master Hugues's fugue in "Master Hugues of Saxe-Gotha" cannot get to the inner truth of Hugues's work: "So your fugue broadens and thickens, / Greatens and deepens and lengthens, / Till we exclaim--'But where's music, the dickens?'" (ll.
This behavior can be attributed to the fact that flexoelectricity influences the frequency via the electromechanical coupling term [(EI).sub.f] in [(EI).sub.eff] found in (14), which always greatens the effective bending stiffness and also makes the natural frequency size-dependent.
Thus it is that suffering greatens you, when you accept it.
And with James Vaughan having departed for newly promoted Norwich City, and Yakubu expected to follow him out of the Goodison Park exit door, the Toffees' need has greatened in the past week.
The consciousness of belonging, vitally, to something beyond individuality, of part of a personality that reaches we know not where, in space and in time, greatens the heart to the limits of the soul's ideal."
If the school can be made to believe in its capability to effect change, the potential for change can be significantly greatened.
His poster was entitled, "Higher performance biodegradable polymeric materials: blends of poly (6-caprolactone) with both poly (vinylphenol) and its low-molecular weight model, phenol; hydrogen bond formation." The second place winner was Amanda Greatens from the College of Pharmacy at the University of Cincinnati for her poster on lectins and neoglycoproteins in skin lightening.