torpidity


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In the manuscript of the French version, the second part of this quotation where Spanish indolence, torpidity, guilty avarice, and thirst for gold are emphasized, appears in the column for revisions and additions (vol.
An androgynous maid-of-all-work, more machine or vegetable than man or woman, revives from her habitual torpidity when excited by her master's narratives:
Evaluation of the condition of torpidity of cutting plates is done with the help of consumption indicators which can bee divided in three groups (Bodinaku, 2006):
Presented live during the show's opening weekend and as a video, this amazing composition--whose liquid torpidity alters one's experience of time--was meant to decrypt Black Sabbath's wicked content in the tradition of playing songs backward for hidden meanings.
A short but surprising chapter explores daily torpidity among hummingbirds, swifts, poorwills, chickadees, and vultures.
How to avoid the torpidity of the somber when your subject is somber?
For a while, my physical decay bothered her; the hair loss, the weight gain, and the horizontal, crisp-fuelled torpidity made her rage.
For a while, my physical decay bothered her - the hair loss, the weight gain, and the horizontal, crisp-fuelled torpidity made her rage.
For Tan, this was a rhetorical strategy which challenged prevailing Western assumptions about Chinas static insularity, civilizational backwardness, torpidity, and irredeemable otherness.