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lacks any substance--as if, in fact, it reflects the lifelessness that
Joyce," "Hell is the static lifelessness of unrelieved viciousness" and "Paradise is the static lifelessness of unrelieved immaculation," then "Purgatory," a figure for Ireland's Emergency, would be "a flood of movement and vitality released by the conjunction of these two elements" (1983,22).
The lifelessness of his left side was actually down to that.
Even where promises are kept, the result is a suburbanised landscape, homogenous in its lifelessness, an industrial estate waiting for the sheds to go up.
The sparkle that made everyone sit up and notice had gone and in its place there was a resigned lifelessness.
A period of clammy lifelessness is followed by a montage of rejuvenation as McLennan and McCartney frolic and practise yoga, in a send-up of the 'wellness' theme commonly found on blogs and Instagram.
Most idols represent things that are good in themselves but have been put in the place of God and are then frozen into lifelessness as graven images.
From an apparent lifelessness during winter comes the promise of new life in spring.
By projecting mere tiredness onto his mouth as a euphemistic substitution for lifelessness, the speaker plaintively attempts to "see" Jesus's body with an alternative temporal imagination--that is, with one that is not final, but merely transitory.
Know that Allah gives life to the earth after its lifelessness.
Much like the last lm, the dialogue and the action suer from a keen sense of lifelessness.
Much like the last film, the dialogue and the action suffer from a keen sense of lifelessness.