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in·scape

 (ĭn′skāp′)
n.
The essential, distinctive, and revelatory quality of a thing: "Here is the inscape, the epiphany, the moment of truth" (Madison Smartt Bell).

inscape

(ˈɪnskeɪp)
n
(Philosophy) the essential inner nature of a person, an object, etc
[C19: from in-2 + -scape, as in landscape; coined by Gerard Manley Hopkins]
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For more information, or to book a place, contact Chris Hoyle, Inscape House School, tel: 0161 283 4852, email: choyle@togethertrust.
Die noue verband tussen vorm en inhoud is veral deeglik bedink deur Gerard Manley Hopkins wat die term inscape gebruik het vir die innerlike ontwerp of patroon wat 'n objek se kenmerkende vorm bewerkstellig, en die term instress vir die krag wat daardie inscape in stand hou.
Inscape may be viewed as the means by which haecceitas is perceived, "the unified complex of those sensible qualitites of the object of perception that strike us as inseparably belonging to and most typical of it, so that through the knowledge of this unified complex of sense-data we may gain an insight into the individual essence of the object" (Peters 1).
Whether his greguerias offer genuine insight into the inscape of reality is up to each reader of VERBATIM, each verbatimocrat, to judge.
Studios, Fragmente, Parataxis, Talisman, Shearsman, Inscape, Angelaki,
Each of them contributes to what is a larger communal act: the full mapping of the landscape of the life and the inscape of the poems--visions and revisions, the poem of the mind at work, addressing the poet, changing her mind.
The number of people in the UK with pounds 25,000 or more in liquid assets soared by a third over the last five years, according to Inscape, Abbey National's wealth management service.
John Kelly, of Inscape which did the research, said: " This is a reflection both of accelerating earnings in the financial and technology sectors and the growing trend in delaying having children.
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All the world is full of inscape and chance left free to act fails into an order as well as purpose: looking out of my window I caught it in the random clods and broken heaps of snow made by the cast of a broom.
Edinburgh-based firm Inscape had been employed to carry out the demolition and building work.
ROMANTICS in the West Midlands should be looking forward to Valentine's Day more than most, according to research from Inscape, Abbey National's wealth management service.