livingness

livingness

(ˈlɪvɪŋnəs)
n
the condition or quality of having life and being alive
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32) The Spirit of God is "the livingness of life in the inhaling and exhaling of air; mach [Spirit]" (33)--it is the very life force that permeates and sustains creation.
The livingness of these macromolecular systems was confirmed, among the others, using the obtained PMMA-Br as ATRP macroinitiator for the synthesis of the desired block copolymers.
I want you to learn to respond to the livingness that is on each floating instant of time.
The animal should be examined carefully to diagnose the cause of dystocia, type of presentation, position, posture and livingness of fetus.
I've come, in part, to visit a friend--a writer-in-residence picked to live and work among Clampitt's bookcases, antiques, and china--but I've also come in pursuit of what the poet herself identified in the seminal essay "Predecessors, Et Cetera" as "the livingness of the past.
There is merit to this analysis, but the idea of character as "a question personified, one that is made to walk and talk, as it were, within the intersecting chronotopes of 'time-space' zones of the novel," though interesting, distorts the livingness of the character portrayals in what was at one time viewed as a roman a clef and was the subject of much resentment (by Ottoline Morrell, for example) and at least one threatened lawsuit (involving Philip Heseltine) by people who believed they recognized themselves in the fiction.
Liquid element limits the transformer electrical insulation parameters, dissipated heat transfer capabilities and machine livingness.
Although the context is a particular regional culture of India this kind of research if applied to different global situations, does point to the rich variability and therefore livingness of an Ibsen play.
Literary work has, from time to time, profited spectacularly from considering just such questions of livingness, immediacy, and the relation of animal life to human nature through anthropology; the instances of James Frazier and Clifford Geertz come to mind.
Criteria for Livingness and Control in Nitroxide Mediated and Related Radical Polymerizations," in "Advances in Controlled/Living Radical Polymerization," K.
Hardly anywhere in this novel do we feel or know the livingness, the vibratory interior, of Jesus.
With this name we bring to bear in a female metaphor all the power carried in the ontological symbol of absolute, relational livingness that energizes the world.
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