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Most stunning of all for me was the work of an artist I'd never even heard of Giovanni Battista Lusieri (1755-1821), whose A View of the Bay of Naples, Looking Southwest from the Pizzofalcone towards Capo di Posilippo, a monumental landscape with an equally kilometric name, displays an uncanny awareness of both the largeness and the smallness of things.
Like Ghalib, Hacker personalizes the ghazal with the first and second person and uses image to enhance the energy of the radif; often the images work as metaphors, are associative, and carry the irony of the contraries, as the following couplets in which a receding bus (full of sodden passengers) is a subdued image despite its physical largeness because it is elusive and represents a departure, in comparison to the next couplet in which a small motorcycle makes a noise that shatters the speaker (like the beloved's absence).
We would want it to be a triumph of the human spirit against the forces of evil; a triumph of wisdom and largeness of spirit against small minds and pettiness; a triumph of courage and determination over human frailty and weakness; a triumph of the new South Africa over the old.
There is a sort of largesse to a grand hotel that, along with their actual physical largeness, allows interlopers to roam.
The authors cover hyperbolic spaces and group actions, relative presentations and isoperimetric functions, isolated components in geodesic polygons, rotating families and windmills, hyperbolic cone-off, WPD elements and elementary subgroups, hyperbolically embedded virtually free subgroups, rotating families from small cancellation subgroups, Dhen filling, diagram surgery, largeness properties, and a wide variety of other related subjects and topic areas.
These patient safety (harm) numbers are very large, and while this often gets the attention of major healthcare-related organizations and payors, the media, and the general public, the largeness of the numbers is also a problem in that the numbers are so big that they are hard to relate to.
MY ESSAY EXAMINES Shakespeare's 1593 narrative poem Venus and Adonis, arguing that Venus's physical largeness is essential to the construction of a female-centered queer erotics in the poem.
Invoking the form" of largeness in the next operation, you produce the regress.
In the introduction to this new English translation of In the Land of a Thousand Gods, ancient history expert Christian Marek teases that because of its largeness and cultural diversity, ancient Asia Minor could never be comprehensively covered in one volume -- ironic, because Marek gets close.
It is to show care, compassion, consideration and largeness of spirit.
It has been observed that in some languages, and especially in that of young children, certain sounds indicate the meaning of smallness and largeness, respectively.
Allan says not, pointing out that largeness and agility are not mutually exclusive.