With a favor to ask we review our list of friends, do justice to their more amiable qualities, forgive their little offenses, and concerning each in turn, try to arrive at the conclusion that he will be eager to oblige us, our own eagerness to be obliged being as communicable
as other warmth.
So I went on for some days cutting and hewing timber, and also studs and rafters, all with my narrow axe, not having many communicable
or scholar-like thoughts, singing to myself, --
To be communicable
it must become picture or sensible object.
He had really seen no communicable
ground for suspecting any ususual feeling between Stephen and Maggie; his own reason told him so, and he wanted to go home at once that he might reflect coolly on these false images, till he had convinced himself of their nullity.
All things tended to key them to an exquisite pitch--the movement of their bodies, at one with the moving bodies of the animals beneath them; the gently stimulated blood caressing the flesh through and through with the soft vigors of health; the warm air fanning their faces, flowing over the skin with balmy and tonic touch, permeating them and bathing them, subtly, with faint, sensuous delight; and the beauty of the world, more subtly still, flowing upon them and bathing them in the delight that is of the spirit and is personal and holy, that is inexpressible yet communicable
by the flash of an eye and the dissolving of the veils of the soul.
But the outcome has to be expressed in words if it is to be communicable
A blessing beyond appreciation would be conferred upon mankind, if the tainted, in whose weakness or wickedness these virulent disorders are bred, could be instantly seized and placed in close confinement (not to say summarily smothered) before the poison is communicable
Yet what thou canst attain, which best may serve To glorifie the Maker, and inferr Thee also happier, shall not be withheld Thy hearing, such Commission from above I have receav'd, to answer thy desire Of knowledge within bounds; beyond abstain To ask, nor let thine own inventions hope Things not reveal'd, which th' invisible King, Onely Omniscient, hath supprest in Night, To none communicable
in Earth or Heaven: Anough is left besides to search and know.
The World Health Organization has developed a framework (8) that outlines the parameters of a gender approach for understanding the differential impact of communicable
diseases on women and men (Figure).
The European Commission adopted its annual work programme on the implementation of the European Union action programme for the prevention of AIDS and some other communicable
diseases on August 3.
The program up to this point has offered three levels of care: acute inpatient care for communicable
and noncommunicable tuberculosis patients; skilled nursing care for communicable
and noncommunicable patients capable of limited self-care; and medical management and supervision for noncommunicable patients at the Acton Rehabilitation Center.
In addition it was reported in Thanh Nien News, one of the most prestigious and influential newspapers in Vietnam, that President Bush is expected today to visit the Pasteur Institute - one of the country's top research institutes for communicable
diseases - in Ho Chi Minh City.