Oneration

On`er`a´tion


n.1.The act of loading.
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Physical modeling in a thermal water bath was also used to ensure effective oneration. Cold nlumes were observed to be drawn towards a localized heat source as required as a c
Hobbes, who considered "Appetite" and "Aversion" to be the two generic modes of empirical experience, also distinguished more specifically among the "Pleasures of Sense," a category which could include both the sensual pleasures of appetite (emptying and filling the belly) and the intermediate pleasures of sense: "Of this kind are all Onerations and Exonerations of the body; as also all that is pleasant, in the Sight, Hearing, Smell, Tast, or Touch." (22) What he called "Pleasures of the Mind," on the other hand, were superadded to sensory experience by the imagination.