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Its central symbol is the Lighthouse presented, ambivalently, through extinguished lights, distorted reflections, and its solitarily haunting strokes, summoning the image of the dead Mrs.
As a result of the sitcom's reality-show-like format, characters often address the audience by speaking into the camera in a confessional style, solitarily sharing their feelings about specific situations and providing brief anecdotes to supplement the episodes' postmodernist, sometimes disjointed storylines.
When sampling at roosts, the most accurate estimates likely come from solitarily species or those that roost in small colonies (e.
Language 'spricht einzig und einsam, mit sich selber' ('speaks singularly and solitarily with itself).
1), (3) Each adult female can live for five years and solitarily reproduce.
Unlike hummingbirds that are solitary species and forage solitarily, bats form roosting places that work as information centers like the hive does for bees.
Medical researchers, for example, have speculated on how health can be affected by how locations are devised, such as the need to create 'walkable communities' to encourage people to do more walking, more social interaction and less sitting solitarily at home in front of the television.
The speaker, who describes himself at the opening of the poem as having been "nurs'd by careless Solitude" (8), wanders solitarily in search of the essence of deistic Nature, an essence that he finds expressed in the nightingale's sad song.
They are locally abundant during the summer, nest solitarily, and probably disperse offshore over the continental shelf in winter.
For an observable the mentioned possibility should be independent of the fact that it is measured solitarily or simultaneously with other observables.
Taking the above suggestions into account, then, a reasonable assumption would be that extended chains of variable functional play performed solitarily would emerge through the acquisition of interactive functional play.