Evanishment

E`van´ish`ment


n.1.A vanishing; disappearance.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Modern poetry is usually associated with the evanishment of the authorial speaker; moreover, some poems are difficult to understand as (someone's) utterance.
After the evanishment of the epidemics, the individuals in the two populations ([P.sub.1] and [P.sub.2]) which have fortunately escaped from the infection when [rho] = 0.6 are less than those when [rho] = 0 (see Figure 3(c)).
Says Mac Donald: "How different was the scene when a raving mountain of water filled all the hollow where I now wandered [...] I stood in speechless delight for a while [...] thinking how in all God's works the laws of beauty are wrought out in evanishment, in birth and death.