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sensorily

(ˈsɛnsərɪlɪ)
adv
formal by (the use of) the senses, by means of the senses, in relation to or in respect of the senses
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Feeling the light, sensorily aware of leaves and movement, Martin appears freer, even joyful.
In their paper, the researchers conclude: "Survival of these sensorily impaired archaic humans despite the rigors and dangers of a Middle-to-Late Pleistocene foraging existence...
Senior author Tim Guilford, Professor of Animal Behaviour and leader of the Oxford Navigation Group in Oxford's Department of Zoology, said: "To the best of our knowledge, this is the first study that follows free-ranging foraging trips in sensorily manipulated birds."
It was the process of creating something tangible and sensorily inspirational beyond the screen that really appealed to me.
I'm interested in something more than just how you perceive music sensorily." This is a dictate Scheer shares with DJ Total Freedom (Ashland Mines), whose mangled mixes are meant to move ideas, rather than feet, on the dance floor.
It aims to disturb the conventional practices of unconventional actors, encouraging them to get their hands dirty to connect biologically, physically and sensorily with their food, as well as promoting food democracy by offering anyone the skills to grow food (even in a small space: apartment balconies for example).
The vocabulary of 'knowing,' however, is so closely correlated with that of 'seeing' that it tends to be internalized as sensorily unmarked.
The temporal and spatial disjunctions of the sensorily apprehensible lettered city that Carpentier constructs permeate the everyday.
Engendered things seem to be both rationally individual identities and sensorily inseparable; they are both separable and inseparable.
Language as sensorily embedded bears witness both to the essentially incarnate nature of our thought and to our inhabitance of a public space of meaning.
But the litany of names leads to Sabbath's own family and, again according to an analeptic narrative structure, toward a recounting of his richest, most comforting, most sensorily pleasurable memories of his family.