It reached his ears magnified by proximity and at the same time distanced by semiconsciousness
as if a plane were droning high overhead.
He also said, "Honestly, I wouldn't say I knew I had a career night until the game was over," as if there had set in a certain semiconsciousness
born of boldness.
For, with the emergence of self-consciousness, the would be independent objects of "mere" consciousness have been sublated into moments of semiconsciousness
and as such they have lost their Hauptmoment.
On July 2, 1826--just over a year after the university debuted--Jefferson lapsed into a state of semiconsciousness
from which he would never fully recover.
Those elements, combined with the effect of having spent the entire day in the sun, make Cardias dizzy, producing a state of semiconsciousness
, something like a dream.
If there was a league table of nations that think it's big and clever to get smashed to the point of semiconsciousness
, this sceptred isle would top it by a mile.
In Danticat's expert depiction of semiconsciousness
, Giselle dips in and out of the accident memory, finally uncovering her feelings of guilt for squabbling with Isabelle in the car.
On analysis of clinical presentation after scorpion sting, a majority of patients have pain (92.38%), tachycardia (20.95%), restlessness (15.23%), sweating (12.85%), vomiting (8.57%), hypertension (7.14%), pallor (3.80%), fever (1.90%), dyspnea (1.90%), semiconsciousness
(1.42%), dehydration (0.95%), arrhythmia (0.95%), bradycardia (0.48%), hypertonic muscle (0.48%), and shock (0.48%), but none of the patients have been presented with convulsion, cyanosis, hypotension, pulmonary edema, and dilated pupils [Table 2].