The law was supposed to bring life but the fleshiness
of Adam turned the law into a path to death (Rom 8:3).
A vinyl copy of the skull, made by Andrew Wilson at the University of Bradford, was used as a base by Nilsson for his clay reconstruction of muscles; he was guided by markers that denoted his face's fleshiness
The Pinot Meunier adds to the fruitiness, fleshiness
and richness of the bubbly and the Chardonnay brings acidity and tails off the juiciness, adding to the refreshing nature.
Having applied a literal reading of the Gospel passages about the risen Jesus eating and being touched, Augustine links spiritual body with a continuing physicality or fleshiness
It's a telling difference: Park's violence feels so gruesome because of its crudeness, its fleshiness
In "Summer" (one of three poems dedicated to the season), the poet walks through the rich August landscape, reveling in its fleshiness
and bounty, and his mind, again, turns to God:
According to Keane (and perhaps Charles Peirce, much earlier), "[s]emiotic form can include such things as the sounds of words, the constraints of speech genres, the perishability of books, the replicable shapes of money, the replicable shapes of money, the meatiness of animals, the feel of cloth, the shape of houses, musical tones, the fleshiness
of human bodies and the habits of physical gestures" (Keane, Christian Moderns, pp.
Coming to the last slide he zooms on the picture, until "the woman's fleshiness
filled the wall" (443).
Harnessing the innate physical properties of her medium, Sahal convincingly suggests varied skin textures, facial expressions, general fleshiness
, and assorted bodily secretions.