bodyless


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Adj.1.bodyless - having no trunk or main part; "a bodiless head"
unbodied - having no body
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Do have more than one way of handling your problems; someone or something is bound to come along that will render your tactic useless (like a bodyless cat that needs to be beheaded).
This coincides with more general trends in the ways in which recent wars have refigured the relationship between the military body and conflict and, in particular, Bianca Baggiarini argues along the Afghan-Pakistani frontier, the deployment of drones, the use of which relied heavily on private contractors, made the conflict an increasingly "bodyless war." (7) International contractors, while very much a part of the conflict, became "invisible" bodies, who were not counted in casualty rates or spoke of in media accounts.
Echo is reduced to a bodyless voice condemned to silence until others
After bowing before the Head, they sacrifice Filostrato in the decapitation machine that he had designed for the creation of more of the likes of the bodyless Alcasan.
The main attraction is to watch the sunrise from the eastern terrace, which give the bodyless heads a beautiful orange hue and adds to the sense of mystery of the place.
In von Werlhof's words (2001), "Money appears to be life itself, or the cosmic life force which can incite or force the continual production of something new, something previously unknown." The capitalist religious faith in the power of pure, unfettered financial speculations de-linked from the "real" economy of production of goods functions like the alchemist's non-substance, or "alchemy without matter." The bodyless, pure sprit, of finance capitalism gives rise to the underlying patriarchal illusion of ultimately being able to replace a self-recreating, self-renewing ("first") nature with "pure" money, the "pure" essence of life, the one-and-only God (p.
To make the point, the driverless, bodyless foot-high chassis glided onstage, like some overgrown remote*control toy, to a turntable midway between presenters GM CEO Rick Wagoner and R&D VP Larry Burns.
The Austrian Habsburg monarchy's multi-national empire had collapsed by the end of 1918, and post-war Austria was merely the bodyless head that remained after the break-up.
It seems Harry's arch rival Voldemort, who is bodyless after failing to kill Harry, may try to steal it from Hogwarts to become full bodied again.