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YELLOW is the loudest color name, redividing into YELL OW
In the studio decorated like the inside of a candy box, with "material" scalloping the mantel shelf and doilies placed under every moveable object, now thus made immoveable, with streamers of white ribbons and nosegays of pink and white Maman Cochet roses and the last MacLain sweetpeas dividing and redividing the room, it was as hot as fire.
8) That is, it is not simply the application of science and technology which characterizes this new order, but the real subsumption of labour, its social scale and dimensions (pervasive and world-wide), redividing world labour into the population and the surplus population necessary to its continued expansion.
To the Israelis, the idea of redividing the city is unacceptable for two reasons.
Searching for a new and workable approach, WMX reorganized several times, dividing and redividing, laying people off in the process.
He whistled piccolos and warbled transverse flutes, singing, shouting, waving about like a madman, being in himself dancer and ballerina, singer and prima donna, all of them together and the whole orchestra, the whole theater; then redividing himself into twenty separate roles, running, stopping, glowing at the eyes like one possessed, frothing at the mouth.