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56) This is not the office of the distracted adjunct, the overburdened graduate student, the celebrated lecturer, or the distinguished researcher; this is the office of the craftsmanlike teacher.
Zeno, similarly, wants us to see that a nature produces in a craftsmanlike way.
Mozart's music lends itself to this kind of completion because it is both highly intellectual and very craftsmanlike, Levin said in a telephone interview.
They are craftsmanlike, in their handling of authorities.
Build quality is highly impressive and there is a craftsmanlike feel to the interior.
The author tries in a craftsmanlike way to point out the various manners in which American nineteenth-century literary realists (primarily Twain, Henry James, and Howells) can be seen as collaborators and analogs of their great pragmatist contemporaries, William James and C.
In terms of freedom, wealth, creature comforts, and health, Murray says, we may be doing better than our forebears, but that does not mean that our artists will achieve more than "shiny, craftsmanlike entertainments.
With hard-won know-how, the author describes, in Chapter 10, "Print for Pay: Using a Professional Print Service," and suggests there are times when the do-it-yourselfer may want to turn to the expertise of print-service providers for their knowledge, hands-on experience, and craftsmanlike skills.
GENE SMITH tp = eightsmen GENE SMITH td1 = meetings, seething, sheeting GENE SMITH ta1 = metheglins LAMAR tp = alarm, malar, ramal FIKE tp = kief LAMAR FIKE ta4 = craftsmanlike ESPOSITO tp = isotopes ESPOSITO ta1= opposites, snoopiest, spookiest FORTAS ta1 = factors, formats FORTAS ta2 = software, surfboat ALAN FORTAS ta4 = stagflationary BITSY MOTT ta5 = biosystematist RAY SITTON tp = antistory RED WEST tp = strewed, wrested RED WEST ta1 = iewdster, weirdest, wrestled
The craftsmanlike character of his piecework prose (which he attributes, in part, to his earlier apprenticeship as a bricklayer) dares his readership to take him seriously, because he is serious.
Cancerians have a special fondness for fabrics and wallpapers with intricate bohemian designs and craftsmanlike details such as embroidery and beading.
Stonecutters, woodcarvers, and masons remain at their tasks with craftsmanlike dedication, while in the background the crushed Indian laborer reawakens upon the pile of rocks.
In addition to Christopher Wheeldon's new and fascinating Corybantic Ecstasies, it also included the world premiere of Daniel Pelzig's craftsmanlike, company-useful, and vividly, vibrantly danced Bachianas, set to Villa-Lobos, and the company premiere of Jean Cocteau and Roland Petit's 1946 existential shocker, Le Jeune Homme et la Mort.
It remained for Eliot (and, of course, Pound) to emphasize the craftsmanlike, prose virtues in verse, and in Four Quartets to combine sincerity with structure, realizing on the page the self-creating dynamic of deeply meditated and intensely felt life.
I assumed he was simply telling me to do my job--Hand was a charter member of Holmes's Society of Jobbists and regarded craftsmanlike performance as man's closest approach to meaning.