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The consumer appears to equate hotel newness with cleanliness and oldness with being dirty.
It also featured numerous meanings, the first of which is that the Church prefers the old - despite its oldness - even if it has suffered a lot at the hands of the former regime.
The capital that they obtained from the sale of their farms, and that seemed to them enormous, was not use with benefit by most of them, except for very rare exceptions, and they finished without the property and without the money, gaining in the oldness miserably their life, in the same way they did it before their installation in the colony.
He added that because of the increasing interest of moving the city into the rank of modern cities and due to the oldness of some of the neighborhoods, we have started a project to use more underground cable systems, particularly in main streets in Salalah, and more than 40 km has been achieved in this regard and the project is still under execution.
She added that the Commission, during its tours, discovered the lack of fuel supply, in addition to the oldness of electrical networks.
The jump must be instantaneous but dynamic, which breaks the static atmosphere caused by the oldness of the pond; thus, the pond as a wide plane and the frog as a dot, as well as the oldness of the pond as immutable timelessness and the frog as the mutable present get to a fusion with the sound of water representing the synthesis on a level beyond because the visual disappears giving way to the audible.
In other words, how do we make sense of the newness of this experience within the familiar oldness of its complexly intertwined and interconnected environment so that both the old and new among us might learn anew?
He aptly summarized "the oldness and newness, the aesthetics and analysis, and the practice and study" of traditional Irish music with his combined pragmatic and philosophical looks at the field.
Though the test subjects had no idea that these words had been carefully sprinkled into the experiment, the subconscious part of the subject's brain picked up on the idea of oldness, which caused the subjects to act more like older people
This difference is probably due to a difference in measurement methods and /or the oldness of the study.
In short, whereas Ava and Pegu had linked newness and oldness within a framework of tradition--thereby allowing accommodation of the past (and my reason for using the term 'dualism')--the colonial scenario had taken newness outside it; worse, in opposition to it, thereby turning what was once a symbiotic dualism into a binary antagonism.
In chapter IV, the author evidences the oldness and the continuity of dwelling in the space of the Bailesti Plain, starting with the prehistory and continuing till the present moment, based on the material culture (resulted after the archaeological discoveries), the historic documents and the cartographic materials.