It passed into Mortimer Lightwood's mind that a change of some sort, best expressed perhaps as an intensification
of all that was wildest and most negligent and reckless in his friend, had come upon him in the last half-hour or so.
And then Schliemann went on to outline some of the wastes of competition: the losses of industrial warfare; the ceaseless worry and friction; the vices--such as drink, for instance, the use of which had nearly doubled in twenty years, as a consequence of the intensification
of the economic struggle; the idle and unproductive members of the community, the frivolous rich and the pauperized poor; the law and the whole machinery of repression; the wastes of social ostentation, the milliners and tailors, the hairdressers, dancing masters, chefs and lackeys.
Stemming from the First Symposium on Microreactor Technology and Process Intensification
held as part of the 226th American Chemical Society National Meeting in New York in September 2003, this volume contains a selection of 25 papers from the symposium, most of them reporting on current research.
For it is the distancing, the slight displacement in time or space, that gives Joglar's artwork that intensification
that in a musical tone is known as resonance.
He shows how the fragmentation and intensification
of territorial communities continued to cement horizontal values of communal identity.
The localization and intensification
of the poultry industry over the past 50 years have incidentally created a largely ignored environmental management crisis.
Army will be spending $560 million over the next five years on enhanced night-vision goggles that, for the first time, combine image intensification
and infrared images.
S333's have an ongoing collaboration with Barth via the housing and urbanism programme of the Architectural Association in London, where they jointly pursue research into innovation environments and urban intensification
. The primary aim of the team's collaboration has been to give strategic definition to the pocket parks, terraces and gardens that will safeguard the urban porosity sought in the one-north plan, while responding to commercial demands in shaping a new urban morphology.
Caption: "Pilgrimage is really an intensification
of life itself.
This migration, Bohme found, corresponds with an already recognized intensification
of the Asian monsoon system.
On a less optimistic note, the intensification
of economic activity is being accompanied by an intensification
of inflation pressures--in the services and manufacturing industries.
of ongoing debate about church-state issues in recent years has also led many scholars--historians, political scientists, and theologians--to revisit Williams repeatedly to utilize his ideas in support of their arguments.