She has a fine face--originally of a character that would be rather called very pretty than handsome, but improved into classicality
by the acquired expression of her fashionable state.
"Olive-green is interesting though, because it adds a flavor of classicality
and agelessness to 'nature's essence,' due to the added level of 'insight' coming from yellow.
also implies something more about hidden variables.
The transition to classicality
requires a decoherence.
The above criterion of classicality
would mean that the nonlinear coherent states [|[z.sub.E]>.sub.N] are able to represent fields with classical analog, at least at the same level as the vacuum |0>.
They define a "classicality
" that is very specific, three dimensional and Newtonian, and far-from-eigenstates.
Putti, garlands, festoons, panels and vases were used as architectural coverings or for cabinetry, with decorations in stylised floral, with geometric compositions, elaborations inspired by classicality
, by Klimt or oriental themes.
ZUREK, Preferred states, predictability, classicality
and the environment-induced decoherence, "Progress of Theoretical Physics" 89/2 (1993) 281-302; W.
The 28-year-old jockey was yesterday waiting to be moved to a private hospital in Gloucester for surgery having suffered the injury in an incident when partnering the Michael Mullineaux-trained Classicality
in the Sally Parker's Birthday Celebration Novices' Hurdle.
of Southern Queensland, Australia) considers the esoteric tradition of music composition that emerged from Ferruccio Busoni's concept of Junge Klassizitat, or Young Classicality
, and how it is illustrated in the operas Doktor Faust by Busoni and The Golem by Larry Sitsky.
2002 MARKS THE CENTENNIAL of the birth of Stefan Wolpe (1902-1972), who came of age as a composer and pianist in Germany during the 192 Os, influenced by the New Classicality
of Busoni, the left-wing modernism of the Melos Circle, the Dadas, the artistic practice and ethos of the Bauhaus, the twelve-tone concepts of Hauer and Schoenberg, and the popular music of the Berlin Cabaret.
In one of Walter Savage Landor's Imaginary Conversations, between the great classical scholar Richard Porson and Southey, Porson is made to say about these lines that they "might have been heard with shouts of rapture in the regions [they] describe," that the whole poem "is such as Sophocles might have exulted to own." Hazlitt saw the classicality
of the poem in sculptural terms, as breathing the spirit of the finest antique statuary.