This was the first fruits and the last of my reading of Dante, in verse, and it was not so like Dante as I would have liked to make it; but Dante is not easy to imitate; he is too unconscious, and too single, too bent upon saying the thing that is in him, with whatever beauty inheres
in it, to put on the graces that others may catch.
nothing left of them, but that the same power inheres
How much, therefore, of herself must inhere
in a garment so confidential as a petticoat, or so close and constant a companion as a stocking!
They come of no accident of character, but inhere
in the divine order and constitution of things.
The difficulty in doing so inheres
in the fact that a specific trade may be either permissible or impermissible depending on the context and circumstances within which that trade is made," he explained.
The value of IE as a mechanism for increasing diversity (8) inheres
in its capacity to allow students to become entrepreneurs-to discover otherwise unobserved connections between academe and personal and professional commitments.
Its clipped, bleak tone evokes a noir, while realism inheres
in its portrait of Tunisia and allusions to contemporary political movements, as in Alaa al-Din's love of Mahmoud Darwish, a nationalist Palestinian poet, and Abu al-Qasim al-Shabi, an anticolonial activist, one of whose poems was adopted during the Arab Spring.
A wry irony inheres
in Dickens's hint of The French Revolution at this point, for the "Orrors" reported from France proprietress aren't of guillotinings and massacres, but rather of delicious food, elegant service and customer care.
Formalism argues that meaning inheres
in the form or structure of an artifact.
This is the relationship that inheres
between members of any "true" political form, according to Schmitt.
And regarding beauty there is a wonderful saying EoACAo hadith EoACAo EoACAyEternal beauty inheres
God and God loves demonstrations of beauty that come from people.
Likewise, she explores the complicated weave of presentation and concealment that inheres
in the use of a camera--a machine--for personal expression: Witness May/Jun 2009 (Cindy Sherman, Mark Seliger), 2009, which appropriates a media image of an artist known for camouflaging herself, or Developing Tray #2 (Grey), 2009, in which Collier's own eye gazes out at the viewer from a print submerged in developer.