Extent of field of view.--Call up the image of some panoramic view (the walls of your room might suffice), can you force yourself to see mentally a wider range of it than could be taken in by any single glance of the eyes?
VIII.--RECIPROCAL ACTION OF THE UNIVERSAL AND INDIVIDUAL MINDS IX.--CAUSES AND CONDITIONS X.--INTUITION XI.--HEALING XII.--THE WILL XIII.--IN TOUCH WITH SUBCONSCIOUS MIND XIV.--THE BODY XV.--THE SOUL XVI.--THE SPIRIT I. SPIRIT AND MATTER.
Holiness, righteousness, sanctification, virtue,--call it what pleases you best.
"Yeah, you don't hear a lot about VisiCalc these days," I muse.
The vocal cords usually suffer from this condition.
When the full Accent falls on a Vowel, that vowel should have a long sound, as in vo'cal; but when I it, falls on or after a consonant, the preceding vowel has a short sound, as in hab'it.
ubi exultem, spectans tot ac tantos reges, qui in coelum recepti nuntiabantur, cum ipso Jove et ipsis suis testibus in imis tenebris congemiscentes!--Tunc magis tragoedi audiendi, magis scilicet vocales in sua propria calamitate; tunc histriones cognoscendi, solutiores multo per ignem; tunc spectandus auriga, in flammea rota totus rubens, &c.' "Show me a passage in Livy equal to that for sheer force and glittering colour.
Loquuntur autem de numero rationali et formali, non de materiali, sensibili, sive vocali numero mercatorum.... Sed intendunt ad proportionem ex illo resultantem, quem numerum naturalem et formalem et rationalem vocant; ex quo magna sacramenta emanant, tam in naturalibus quam divinis atque coelestibus.... In numeris itaque magnam latere efficaciam et virtutem tam ad borum quam ad malum, non modo splendidissimi philosophi unanimiter docent, sed etiam doctores Catholici.
Note that in some cases the root word itself is a compound form such as xxx-xxxx, and is rendered as --xxx-xxx-- 3) Simple unideographic references to vocalic sounds, single letters, or alphabeic dipthongs; and prefixes, suffixes, and syllabic references are represented by a single preceding dash; thus, -x, or -xxx.
Pathetically cheerful that pum, pum, hopelessly cheerful indeed against the dirge of the air, a dirge accentuated by sporadic vocalisation.
VOCALISE, f., maniere ou action de vocaliser.
VOCALISE, f., maniere ou action de vocaliser.
Vol.1 including F. Sieber's Eight-measure vocalises.
Quite the old style of vocalising prevails in some quarters of the place, and it is mainly patronised by old people; they swing backwards and forwards gently and they sing, get into all kinds of keys, experimentally, put their hands on the pew sides or fronts, beating time with the music as the business proceeds, and like singing hymn ends over again.
Exquisite vocalism, beautiful statuary, and painting, and all true literature, have not for their great object to employ the ingenuity of prying critics, or furnish the world with a set of new ideas, but to move the whole nature by the perfection and truthfulness of their appeal.
The pianist banged; the vocalist bawled, while Mr. Heatherbloom sat in ecstasy.
Occasionally there will be a duet or trio, to accommodate those timid vocalists who do not choose to make themselves particular in a solo, or those other singers of sociable habits who prefer giving tongue in a pack.
There's a great deal of vocality about O'Hara's wires.
You don't expect correct phrasing or vocalization.
A full half-hour of vehement yodelling in the Williams' yard had failed to bring forth comrade Sam; and at last a coloured woman had opened a window to inform Penrod that her intellect was being unseated by his vocalizations, which surpassed in unpleasantness, she claimed, every sound in her previous experience and, for the sake of definiteness, she stated her age to be fifty-three years and four months.
It is made in the throat by processes utterly impossible to describe in human words, and no alphabet as yet produced by civilized man affords the symbols to vocalize it to the ear of imagination. "
In such studies as piano-playing, vocalizing and pronunciation of foreign words, see that your first performance is absolutely right, then as the expressive movements are repeated, they will be more firmly ingrained because of the deepening of the motor pathways.
Speake it, While thou hast utterance left; but I conceit A lie soe monstrous cannot chuse but choake The vocall powers, or like a canker rott Thy tung in the delivery.
At this dire threat Violet stopped worrying, vocally at least, and they stood first on one foot, then on the other, eagerly watching the train as it rounded a curve and came pounding down toward them.
But first they quarrel with my sense of the normal by being too confoundedly picturesque, too rich and brilliant, too sharp and smart and glib, too--well!--theatrical; like characters from the cast of what your American theatre calls a crook melodrama.
26 May. I told Sniatynski about my intention to have my Roman collections conveyed to Warsaw,--calculating that it would reach the press, which could not fail to laud me up to the sky as a public benefactor.
There were the pretty American girls and their marvellously young-looking mammas, both out-Frenching the French in their efforts to look Parisian; there were rows of fat, placid, jewel-laden Argentine mothers, each with a watchful eye on her black-eyed, volcanically calm, be-powdered daughter; and there were the buyers, miraculously dressy in next week's styles in suits and hats--of the old-girl type most of them, alert, self-confident, capable.
The Weather.--Meteorological journals are now given in most magazines.
And a coat with one of those full skirt whaddyoucall'ems--" "Peplums," put in Ruby, placidly.
If you wish for a singe-a In Afric or India, Or long for an Esquimaux' tune, Or wish to go snacks With the king of the blacks,-- Why,--call for your air-balloon.
I know,"--with a whimsical smile,--"because you had no chance to wear them out.
--whimsical account of, given by NIX.
This selection is one of the most whimsical:-- "For, if once a man indulges himself in murder, very soon he come, to think little of robbing; and from robbing he comes next to drinking and Sabbath breaking, and from that to incivility and procrastination.
The satirical pamphlets of Thomas Nash and his fellows, against "Martin Marprelate," an anonymous writer, or company of writers, who attacked the bishops, are not wanting in wit, but are so cumbered with fantastic whimsicalities, and so bound up with personal quarrels, that oblivion has covered them.
There was an end to the mighty transports of the heights; the wells of whimsicality had dried up.
"--And thus ended a colloquy, wherein is mingled much good sense, useful advice, and whimsicality.--New Monthly Magazine.
I am eighty-three years old, and if I couldn't express myself by this time"--the old gentleman lifted his eyebrows, smiled whimsically, and, with a quick movement of shoulders and hands, concluded--"it would be a public calamity--a malheur public!"
I can't expect you to sympathize because--" he smiled whimsically--"well, mainly because you don't understand.
Proceeding northwards first we may take the road by Templecombe that was once a preceptory of the Knights Templars and now has a station on the main line of the South Western Railway, to Wincanton, a small market town on the Cale ("Wyndcaleton") at the head of the Vale of Blackmore.
It's probable that he will,--practically so.
AIRCRAFT, ARMY WING.--Strategical reconnaissance including the reconnaissance of areas beyond the tactical zone and in which the enemy's main reserves are located, also distant photography and aerial offensive, will be carried out by an Army squadron under instructions issued direct from G.H.Q. Protection from hostile aircraft will be the main duty of the Army fighting squadron.
Heloise, though only a girl, was a queen of such society as existed in the city, albeit more admired by men than women,--poetical, imaginative, witty, ready, frank, with a singular appreciation of intellectual excellence, dazzled by literary fame, and looking up to those brilliant men who worshipped her.
Stephen's Won.--Vocal Difficulties.--Leads a Double Life.--Pitt's Vulgar Attack.--Sheridan's Happy Retort.--Grattan's Quip.--Sheridan's Sallies.--The Trial at Warren Hastings.--Wonderful Effect of Sheridan's Eloquence.--The Supreme Effort.--The Star Culminates.--Native Taste for Swindling.--A Shrewd but Graceless Oxonian.--Duns Outwitted.--The Lawyer Jockeyed.--Adventures with Bailiffs.--Sheridan's Powers of Persuasion.--House of Commons Greek.-- Curious Mimicry.--The Royal Boon Company.--Street Frolics at Night.--An Old Tale.--'All's well that ends well.
Leibnitz bears witness to a hound in Saxony, that could speak distinctly thirty words.--Medical Gazette.
"This is recorded history," said Wilkins,--"practically.
She says it's stupid,--can't see why any one should like the woods,--calls camping out the lunatic's diversion.