Swaped sigemece mid pare <swidran> hond pat on pat deope dal deofol gefeallad in sweartne leg, synfulra here under foldan sceat
, faege gastas on wrapra wic, womfulra scolu werge to forwyrde on witehus, deadsele <deofles>.
da he operne ofstlice sceat
, paet seo byrne tobaerst; he waes on breostum wund purh da hringlocan, him act heortan stod aetterne ord.
These and other instances associate wered with sweetness of taste, rather than of sound or sceat
36) gif hio dear mid aoe gecyoan, paet hio forstolenan ne onbite, nime hire oriddan sceat
In the next phase, as envisioned by Emma Sceats
, CEO of CN Bio Innovations, one of several private companies working on organs-on-a-chip, a "human-on-a-chip" will combine a miniature liver, gut, heart, kidney, brain, lung, reproductive system, immune system, vascular system, and skin.
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If "by taking food into the body, we take in the world" (Lupton 1996, 16), rejection of food constitutes a severing of connection to that world (Orbach 1986, 62-3; Piatti-Farnell 2011, 9; Sceats
2004, 93, 115).
In Image and Power: Women in Fiction in the Twentieth Century, edited by Sarah Sceats
and Gail Cunningham, 77-90.
The ecomap, genogram, or the hybrid ecogram provided some transparency of each family's context, when faced with fluid 'family' structures and landscapes, such as "formation, dissolution and reconstitution of adult unions" and childbearing within and outside of these unions (Darmalingam, Pool, Sceats
& Mackay, 2004, p.
Postgraduate history student Amelia Sceats
has been investigating the region's stance on the 17th century witchhunt frenzy.
See also Sceats
& Breslin, supra note 45, at 45 ("China frequently invokes the principle of non-interference or non-intervention to challenge the legitimacy of criticisms of its human rights record or to register its objections to similar criticisms directed at its allies.
In Food, Consumption and the Body in Contemporary Women's Fiction, Sarah Sceats
adds that "eating is an act of absolute trust, for how can we know what is in the food we are given?