Using meter to signal largeness
of intention, Carper begins
The film's new logo was created to reflect the largeness
of both the Canyon and IMAX experiences.
The pair also speculate the expanded posture in the expression creates the impression of largeness
, conveying dominance, and the slight head tilt may allow the individual to gaze above the crowd, emanating superiority.
This short-term outlook is inherently at odds with the extreme long-term perspective in which progress in space must be considered given the environment's extraordinary technical demands and the sheer largeness
of the task.
Thus the derivative largeness
seems to be synonymous to size, and so also unhappy and sad.
and customer focus are not a contradiction at Siegwerk," said Herbert Forker, president and CEO.
What literature provided in the end, according to Trilling, was "the sense of largeness
, of cogency, of the transcendence which largeness
and cogency can give, the sense of being reached in our secret and primitive minds" (1950a, 301).
dimension is valued more by other males than by females," Dr.
Sometimes it looks like Burke Marshall, self-effacing, modest, slightly stooped, frail even, making the largeness
of will in which courage consists more striking on account of the physical frame it inhabits.
And the fire that Bellow breathed into the story, his own magical rhythm, came from Bellow's largeness
of spirit, the almost Talmudic need of one master to recognize another.
In The London Review of Books, Perry Anderson (once editor of New Left Review) elaborated in thousands of words on the largeness
of Hobsbawm's mind, and the "complex distinction of the life.
We can imagine that the air, pride, and plumage of the little bird is crushed by the largeness
of the predatory falcon.
The field does not know the rudiments of its operations or its outcomes and it lacks the self-discipline or largeness
of character to find out.
Can you list 10 indicators of your goodness and largeness
of spirit right now?
Shopping malls themselves are struggling with their largeness