He said it with admirable serenity, with positive unimpeachable gaiety; and doubtless it was that very note that most evoked
for me the poignancy, the unnatural childish tragedy, of his probable reappearance at the end of three months with all this bravado and still more dishonor.
He taught the weekly singing-school (then a feature of village life) in half a dozen neighboring towns, he played the violin and "called off" at dances, or evoked
rich harmonies from church melodeons on Sundays.
"At last, charged with murders, with debauchery, hated by every one and yet threatening still, like a panther thirsting for blood, she fell under the blows of men whom she had rendered desperate, though they had never done her the least injury; she met with judges whom her hideous crimes had evoked
; and that executioner you saw -- that executioner who you say told you everything -- that executioner, if he told you everything, told you that he leaped with joy in avenging on her his brother's shame and suicide.
But besides this feeling of respect, Pfuel evoked
pity in Prince Andrew.
The situation, the long patience, the hope against hope, dignified and beautified the nature of the Italian writers of that day, and evoked
from them a quality which I was too little trained in their school to appreciate.
Having finished the paper, a second cup of coffee and a roll and butter, he got up, shaking the crumbs of the roll off his waistcoat; and, squaring his broad chest, he smiled joyously: not because there was anything particularly agreeable in his mind--the joyous smile was evoked
by a good digestion.
These include electrically evoked
auditory brainstem response (EABR), electrically evoked
stapedial reflex threshold (ESRT), electrically compound action potentials (ECAP), middle latency responses (MLR), and cortical responses (CR).
One of the methods for investigating cortical-level auditory processing is analyzing the cortical P1-N1-P2 responses evoked
by short-duration stimuli such as tone bursts, clicks, and speech tokens.
O potencial evocado miogenico vestibular--vestibular evoked
myogenic potential--(VEMP) avalia a resposta muscular decorrente de estimulacao auditiva.
In addition to CRB that is naturally evoked
within the therapeutic setting, it is suggested that the FAP therapist strategically evoke in-session instances of daily life problems (CRB1), or improvements on those (CRB2).
US actress Cameron Diaz has apologised for wearing a bag with a political slogan that evoked
painful memories in Peru.