sourceless

sourceless

(ˈsɔːslɪs)
adj
having no source
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To trail the genealogies of these high mortal miseries, carries us at last among the sourceless primogenitures of the gods; so that, in the face of all the glad, hay-making suns, and soft-cymballing, round harvest-moons, we must needs give in to this: that the gods themselves are not for ever glad.
Deep, Indian Mark II Tube well with PVC pipe & Strainer for Sourceless Anganwadi Centers located at Govt.
Indeed, in the realms of literature and (in both senses) phonography, voice derives from an ambiguously sourceless set of "fragmentary material phonemes" that serves as an incomplete synecdoche of a whole person; for Victorians, the embodied voice is "a fetish and a myth--the nostalgically recalled sign of what was lost in the turn to an information culture.
The images become sourceless, domesticated, recontextualized, and transformed--like memes.
A low, sourceless talk floats from the grid, animals bay and moan.
The medium has been assumed as lossless and sourceless.
Maxwell's curl equations in homogeneous, lossless and sourceless medium can be written as:
In French Guiana, NeoScope(+) sourceless formation evaluation while drilling service acquired formation evaluation measurements for Tullow Oil, along with its partners, in a remote exploration well in the Zaedyus field.
Schlumberger has introduced the NeoScope sourceless logging-while-drilling formation evaluation service based on pulsed neutron generator technology that eliminates the need for chemical sources.
In which case, by way of doubling, the signatures resemble these curios, which have died and been reborn with an enigmatic, sourceless value.
The mechanism of the megaphone is particularly resonant with this discussion as what is paramount in the new cacophony of voices is amplification, especially now the electrically aided kind: as Harry drinks with the journalist McCord in a Chicago train station, "There was a loudspeaker in the bar too, synchronised too; at this moment a voice cavernous and sourceless roared deliberately, a sentence in which could be distinguished a word now and then" (114).
A thousand such images of disgrace and terror swarmed through his mind, and at the same time there began to smoulder in his heart a dogged resentment and hatred of this nameless fear, this wordless and sourceless shame, impalpable, causeless, maddening, which pressed upon him from the sky.