Martin said she discovered the grid in the early '60s while contemplating the idea of trees--arriving emotively
at the equivalence Mondrian had arrived at through looking--but the format is already in her paintings by the late 1950s.
While there is talk of extensions of terms, it's very difficult to be emotively
linked to a county and to the players and to sustain that," he said.
Comedian Stewart Lee, who once did his own bit for BBC/Tory relationships by graphically and emotively
describing being forced at university to drink David Cameron's vomit in a live stand-up show broadcast on BBC2, before admitting he'd just made it up, best expressed the fears of the BBC's fans.
Chromatic' is a perfect example - we've taken two very different industries (automotive and creative arts) and collaborated to deliver something that is emotively
stimulating, both to look at and to hear," he added.
Nevertheless, the fusion of pop talent with a cause that seeks to directly alleviate human suffering has, over the course of 30 years, chimed with the public and dramatically displayed the social benefits that can result from music recorded for charitable purposes (with the added impetus of the Christmas giving spirit being emotively
Accordingly, scholars who guide the educational force of institutional africology have an enormous responsibility to assure that their works, either consciously or unconsciously, are not driven emotively
to satisfy feel-good sentiments in given audiences/communities.
delicately steeped in regret while emotively
raw-edged, her voice at once firmly settled, or weighted, and dynamically fluid.
A few highlights reveal the connection between this emotively
charged victim's group and the character of the deliberation that ensued.
And he flouted every understanding he had given to the departing US and other occupation armies to provide an equitable deal to every segment of his nation, emotively
divided on diverse ethnic and sectarian fault lines.
In each culture, poetry, as the language of indwelling in the life-world, draws upon connotative, that is, associative rather than simply definitional, meanings of words as it draws upon the sonorousness of its language to provide another kind of meaning: emotively
The group Vets performed emotively
, and sustained the remaining half hour before guitarist Sam played a sharply-executed guitar solo that demonstrated his abilities brilliantly to end the night.
Communal reflection--which an oral way of knowing presupposes since all stories pass by word of mouth--requires that characters and their journeys be "kinesthetically, aurally, and emotively
spectacular" (Nayar, 2008, p.