Swaped sigemece mid pare <swidran> hond pat on pat deope dal deofol gefeallad in sweartne leg, synfulra here under foldan sceat
, faege gastas on wrapra wic, womfulra scolu werge to forwyrde on witehus, deadsele <deofles>.
Anglo-Saxon poetry and its allied discipline of philology, disseminated by publications such as Henry Sweet's Anglo-Saxon Reader in Prose and Verse (1876) and Anglo-Saxon Primer (1882) or Morris and Sceat
's Specimens of Early English (1886), were at the core of the newly conceived university subject, English literature.
da he operne ofstlice sceat
, paet seo byrne tobaerst; he waes on breostum wund purh da hringlocan, him act heortan stod aetterne ord.
These and other instances associate wered with sweetness of taste, rather than of sound or sceat
. Yet uton singaa weorodlice in Durham, Cathedral Library, MS B.111.32 (probably from Canterbury), and a reference to midwinter roses smelling swa werodlice in AElfric's life of St Eugeaia (a third-ceatury Roman martyr), show that in late Old English wered was not restricted to the sense of taste.
36) gif hio dear mid aoe gecyoan, paet hio forstolenan ne onbite, nime hire oriddan sceat
, director in Financial Services Tech Enablement at KPMG, and lead for the programme commented: 'This investment will enable us to train the next generation of experts our clients need.
The Supreme Court has accepted that there was extensive torture by state forces in Sri Lanka in 2009 and noted that evidence of fabricated torture injuries by asylum seekers was 'almost non-existent,' Sonya Sceats
, Chief Executive of Freedom from Torture said.
Isabelle, though pregnant, often refuses food--a decision that recalls Sarah Sceats
's perceptive observation concerning the "ambivalent" (simultaneously powerful and disempowering) maternal role in western society, and the symbolic significance of eating in relation to "the boundaries between self and world." (18) In addition, Isabelle also begins to speak less, in order to avoid infuriating her husband further: "She felt she was shrinking, that if she kept quiet she might become less visible, and be able to escape the suspicion entrapping her, the nameless threat hanging in the air" (185).
In the next phase, as envisioned by Emma Sceats
, CEO of CN Bio Innovations, one of several private companies working on organs-on-a-chip, a "human-on-a-chip" will combine a miniature liver, gut, heart, kidney, brain, lung, reproductive system, immune system, vascular system, and skin.
Yet, as feminist authors like Susan Bordo (Unbearable Weight), Helen Malson, Sarah Sceats
and Naomi Wolf claim, it is the paradoxical condition of the culturally defined role of adult femininity in the era of consumerism that is pathological per se, rather than the anorectic's (4) refusal to accept it.
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If "by taking food into the body, we take in the world" (Lupton 1996, 16), rejection of food constitutes a severing of connection to that world (Orbach 1986, 62-3; Piatti-Farnell 2011, 9; Sceats
2004, 93, 115).