"To combat the evil which sways the world..." Pierre repeated, and a mental image
of his future activity in this direction rose in his mind.
He seemed continually to be trying to grasp some mental image
which as constantly eluded him.
But on that high ground, which I will not dispute, you, like anyone else in such circumstances, you must have made for yourself a representation of that exceptional friend, a mental image
of him, and--please tell me--you were not disappointed?"
Another series of thoughts and mental images
related to the life he longed to live now.
Fast and far as they had rattled and clattered along the iron track, they might just as well, as regarded Hepzibah's mental images
, have been passing up and down Pyncheon Street.
"Many golfers use a mental image
of pouring a bucket out on the green and visualize where the water would flow," says Mark Broadie, a researcher at the Graduate School of Business at Columbia University who has developed a new statistic for measuring putting performance.
It pictures whatever it sees or whatever mental image
we present to it.
I've still got a mental image
of John Aldridge losing all sense of professional perspective in the Anfieid press box the night Liverpool faced Juventus in 2005.
From these studies we can draw various conclusions that may be relevant to mental image
research and to the use of mental images
in clinical or educational contexts.
The sound ideal refers to the mental image
of how a piece of music in an ideal form might sound in performance.
Like most of Op de Beeck's work, it began with a mental image
he just couldn't shake--a childhood memory, a scene glimpsed while driving, or, as in this case, a product of the imagination.
Chewing luxuriously, I dangle before myself the mental image
of a calf in its little stall to see if it upsets my gustatory pleasure.