Despite positive reviews for their only album, Evanesce
, Anatomy of a Ghost split up after just two years together.
Each chapter starts with detailed accounts of the prevailing standard theories, which often seem quite convincing; then comes the patient, scientific analysis of the "facts," which evanesce
under rational scrutiny, based as they inevitably are on a pyramid of hearsay, inconsistencies, anonymous witnesses, flawed memories, and conveniently mislaid or lost hard evidence.
Chega ate o antigo hotel, que antigamente acolhia as culturas viajantes, e que, hoje, se inverte e faz a cultura viajar, que irrompe a passagem do olhar, por vezes permanece e, em outras, evanesce
dal medium di un'antica fotografia color seppia, un fantasma s'incarna evocato da un essere umano che a sua volta evanesce
The group, looking very sharp in their crisp, black and white ensemble, elicited the wildest, loudest screams of the night as they started their set with Shirt, This Is Love, and Evanesce
, all taken from their latest studio album, Mamacita.
Put an idea into the bloodstream of distributed cognition and it will evanesce
into diffractions that feel abstract.
Aurora's identity, her essence, is inseparable from her words, and thus in spite of its mobility, does not evanesce
even as it penetrates Romney's conscious and unconscious mind.
She uses imagery to express the operations of the human mind, making sensory images the tenors of metaphors or similes and mental activities the vehicles (as in a cloud that moves as swift as thought); or she describes images and objects in a way that makes them seem to evanesce
or dissolve in our imagination; or she writes reflexively, analyzing an "object or action" by comparing it, "implicitly or explicitly, to an aspect of itself.
On the other hand, despite the fact that Unten's ghostly force attempts to position Nakamatsu within the fixed identification of the label, "a Nisei son of Japanese immigrants in Peru," his lurking ambiguous and amorphous identity--almost a foreigner and almost a citizen--does not evanesce
, but continuingly restores itself.
It's true there are no literacy tests at voting precincts any more, but historical forces underlying the effort to suppress the vote don't simply evanesce
, they change form in accordance with the ingenuity of political operatives.
Another Lang(e), for Art Lange" (from "Per Se"): distance evanesce
284) They may be relied upon only "generally," (285) and whatever authority they may once have possessed may evanesce
as a result of subsequent developments.