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of or relating to the human body

composed of or relating to things that occupy space and can be perceived by the senses

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having material or physical form or substance

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affecting or characteristic of the body as opposed to the mind or spirit

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I have read very little science, and all through my schooling I was so adroit at weaseling out of physical training that corporeally I have worn a dunce cap all my life.
Although enacted corporeally and on/near the body's surface, cutting and marking the skin in this way bears deep emotional significance as both an attempt to represent psychical trauma and to compensate for it.
This approach brings three effects quickly to the fore: first, the program worked architecturally, placing visitors to the precinct into a structured set of relationships; second, the personifications rely upon and help to perpetuate a pre-existing conception of worldliness; and finally, the anthropomorphic representations of place functioned to link visitors corporeally with empire, adding to the spatial and intellectual cues a bodily one.
255) that Rua feels the amputation of his leg as a catastrophic loss that leaves him both corporeally and spiritually incomplete, and unable for most of the novel to allow his 'one-legged self' to come to terms with the loss of 'Taku and Shania and half a limb.
It is the place where "the celebration of God's worship is carried out in common and corporeally.
In fact, with her own "motion" literally entering into the earth's rotation, she has become corporeally part of the system of motion that makes the touch of years--"makes" human time.
In the ritual, people drew together corporeally in the temple to regenerate their spiritual attachments through collective song or sitting as a single body to hear the sermon focusing on God's Word.
In the tradition this virtual, counter-factual representation displaces the actuality of female gestation, so corporeally evident, just as the idea that Eve was created from Adam's body does, and as we have seen it allows the Virgin Mary in as a kind of transcendent anomaly, by virtue of her very virginity.
15) Among the Yupno, according to Keck, sexual activity can lead to new forms of stigmatization and further strained social relations, especially when its signs are borne corporeally.
What is tricky about this social order described by Castiglione is that he has penned his tract with men and women as corporeally present interlocutors.
Similarly poetry should be constituted corporeally rather than divided from the loam of language as a pure showing-forth; poetry should not be understood as a discursive intervention, subordinate to theoretical or critical prescription, nor as a set of objects for adjustment in the workshop, followed by contemplation and categorization.
The Cowboy, soft-spoken and courteous--unlike the corporeally excessive Mr.
This instability manifests itself corporeally as well as linguistically.
They have no minds in which to form intentions, no hearts in which to conceive a guilty will, and no bodies that can be imprisoned or corporeally punished in response to bad behavior.
This is what I do when I bend the knee in adoration of Jesus Christ truly corporeally present in the Blessed Sacrament.