VEJAS' world is discerningly
utilitarian and wisely unisex, with its sights fixed firmly on the future.
, she thinks: "He better get on to where he's going, where his women folks can take care of him" (13).
Rather, Christians are able to discerningly
adopt insights from their environments, even as they appeal to the law whose requirements are written on the hearts of the Gentiles (cf.
Her own paintings and discerningly
acquired objects form the original core of the Fitchburg Art Musuem collection and her vision for an arts center in this city remains the driving force behind FAM's mission today.
Now, however, at the end of the collection, it seems to be Henryson's hope that he has trained his reader to realize that had the mouse acted wisely and discerningly
as the mouse of the "two mice" fable, he would have been able to apply the complex moralities that Henryson shows.
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But he discerningly
extends his contention to the concept of tree "with its various literal or metaphorical implications" (114), which provides the reader with an ideal model that opens up its semantic equivalences.
Trackers could sniff the air as discerningly
shows "fidelity to the Apostolic Tradition" and knows how to deal actively and discerningly
with the various forms in which this tradition receives expression (no.
But peace is an elusive being, and even the unrivalled Govinda Shauri, the man who discerningly
lined up the dominoes and then set them off, couldn't have predicted the turn of events.
Drawing upon the work of diverse thinkers, from American pragmatists James and Dewey, to Polanyi, to Canadian poet-philosopher Zwicky, Fettes discerningly
reasserts a key insight: The meaning of experience is "never just individual and idiosyncratic but also profoundly collective and cultural" (p.
The white t-shirt simply had LEBAP embroidered in front, in discerningly
small letters in green.
It does not follow that the ability to think exactly, read discerningly
, and write with precision is elitist in any graver sense than skill in plumbing, carpentry, or sewing is elitist.
Instead, he discerningly
affirms Elgar's opinion, while still maintaining his own.
documents how the concept of "Gegenwart" or "Gegenwartigkeit," which Goethe first employed in his descriptions of Greek sculpture, gradually became both an aesthetic and an existential criterion for his judgments on later eras and forms.