tangible form

See: embodiment
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Then, summoning the wild courage of despair, a throng of the revellers at once threw themselves into the black apartment, and, seizing the mummer, whose tall figure stood erect and motionless within the shadow of the ebony clock, gasped in unutterable horror at finding the grave cerements and corpse-like mask, which they handled with so violent a rudeness, untenanted by any tangible form.
He glanced about as though searching for the tangible form of a legitimate excuse for his crime; but he could find only the body of the man he had so causelessly shot down.
But the Bert Smallways who tramped from Cardiff to London vaguely "going home," vaguely seeking something of his own that had no tangible form but Edna, was a very different person from the Desert Dervish who was swept out of England in Mr.
I didn't give it for one,--nay, I'll say, besides, that ours is the more bold and palpable infringement of human rights; actually buying a man up, like a horse,--looking at his teeth, cracking his joints, and trying his paces and then paying down for him,--having speculators, breeders, traders, and brokers in human bodies and souls,--sets the thing before the eyes of the civilized world in a more tangible form, though the thing done be, after all, in its nature, the same; that is, appropriating one set of human beings to the use and improvement of another without any regard to their own.
Then comes 'profit' which accounts for success in tangible form.
It is considered a vessel of ideas and a means of bringing stories we grew up hearing into a more tangible form.
Design gives the tangible form to valuable ideas," he said, and he encouraged the graduates to design solutions for global peace, food, water and natural resource security, universal health and well-being, justice, equity, life-long learning, creative opportunity and sustainable prosperity.
It's hard to to give tangible form to that thing that is presence.
In a service-focused effort, the value added by innovation is not directly linked to the novelty of a new technology, or to the features added to a product, but rather may be found in non-technology areas such as relationships, interactions, or interfaces--a much less tangible form.
Concerning Pope Francis and his condemnation of Armenian genocide, he must also extend in tangible form his condemnation of the systematic oppression and unjustified killings of black people in the United States.
I am so pleased to be able to make this company a reality and have the opportunity to introduce this concept to customers in a tangible form," says Medd.
In his remarks Chancellor of the university Engr Adil Usman said that this job fair had reflected the result of students' 4-year education skills and experience in tangible form.