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scarry

(ˈskɑːrɪ)
adj, -rier or -riest
related to, having, or bearing scars

scarry

(ˈskɑːrɪ)
adj, -rier or -riest
steep, rocky, or precipitous

scar•ry

(ˈskɑr i)

adj. -ri•er, -ri•est.
marked with scars.
[1645–55]
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Do ye see this dent, sir --removing his hat, and brushing aside his hair, and exposing a bowl-like cavity in his skull, but which bore not the slightest scarry trace, or any token of ever having been a wound -- Well, the captain there will tell you how that came here; he knows.
Particularly useful here has been Scarry's distinction between the "real" physical power of an agent of the regime over a prisoner and the "fictional" power of the regime that is a result of what Scarry describes as the "translation of the attributes of pain into the cultural insignia of a regime" (33, n.
Scarry has attempted something noble and important, and her book--originally the text of her 1998 Tanner Lectures at Yale--is a pleasure to read.
The Montreal-based production company has brought the well-worn pages of numerous children's books to animated life--The Adventures of Paddington Bear, The Little Lulu Show and The Busy World of Richard Scarry to name just a few.
Although the work of Elaine Scarry relies more than I would wish on a dualistic division between mind and body, what she says of pain can be usefully applied to Wright' s novel.
form alliance broadening licensing and educational application of The Busy World of Richard Scarry.
And the risk is at its steepest - its shrillest - when we address God, who (as Elaine Scarry has said) is both our artificer and our artifact - the artifact we have imagined as our artificer, in order to remake ourselves.
Margaret Scarry, staff archaeologist at the Program for Cultural Resource Assessment at the University of Kentucky, and co-author with Elizabeth J.
Pagina cero' raises, too, the issues that this article takes as its broad object of study in relation to Como en la guerra, the Colombo-Argentine writer Marta Traba's very different Conversacion al Sur, and, finally, Valenzuela's later short story, 'Cambio de armas': the binary absence/ presence as a structuring device and psycho-political concept, together with its narrative corollary in the dual notions of pain and imagining, as expounded by Elaine Scarry in her book The Body in Pain.
If you like the books and characters from the Busy World of Richard Scarry, then you'll enjoy Richard Scarry's Best Reading Program Ever.
These expressive forms demonstrate, Scarry argues, that the Constitution requires careful deliberation before the United States enters into war.
Planeta Ninos (Programming Block): From 6-10 am, this morning children's block is the only local 5-hour broadcast to feature award-winning children's programs in Spanish like "La Casa de Wimzie" winner of the Parent's Choice Gold Award and "El Mundo Fantastico de Richard Scarry," based on the critically acclaimed book series.