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translates to: "Mister George, in kind remembrance of his contribution to my Germany with circumspect presentiment, Hitler, Berchtesgaden, 4th September This Lloyd remem bution circum Adolf gaden 1936.
This translates to: "Mister Lloyd George, in kind remembrance of his contribution to my Germany with circumspect presentiment, Adolf Hitler, Berchtesgaden, 4th September 1936.
The next, much longer section, describes research in presentiment, which is unconscious precognition measured via physiological means such as skin conductance, heart rate, EEG, etc.
William Kentridge's More Sweetly Play the Dance, 2015, opens with a presentiment of the procession, not its presence: the Dance of Death.
Project display : In the current economic context marked by slow growth and difficulty for the country to create employment opportunities, this project aims to rapidly intervene in areas most vulnerable to Tunisia, especially in the governorates of Medenine, Tataouine , Tozeur and Kebili to address the presentiment issue of job creation, but also to meet the existing economic opportunities and proven potential target areas, through the promotion of private investment and entrepreneurship.
If there is no element of death in it, if there is no element of the end, or some presentiment of death, then it is not poetry, it is a stupid rapture, an ecstasy.
Just at the moment of throwing the fatal knife, he saw her eyes wide open with fear, with presentiment of being killed.
Phenomena like telepathy, precognition, presentiment, psychokinesis, psychic healing, out of the body and near-death experiences, after death communications and reincarnation would be explained by the post-materialist paradigm that fundamentally alters the vision of ourselves and emphasizes the deep connection between our minds and nature and promotes the values of love, compassion, respect, peace and environmental awareness.
Similarly, the curate of Ambricourt in Bernanos's novel, before his ride on the motorcycle, one of his greatest experiences of joy prior to his painful and untimely death, says that "by a presentiment which I cannot explain, I also understood, I knew that God did not wish me to die without knowing something of that risk--just enough, maybe, for my sacrifice to be complete when the time came .
NEW HAMPSHIRE Surveying the aftermath of the terror attacks in Paris, most Americans probably feel despair, and a presentiment that it is only a matter of time before something similar happens here.
For the audience, it is nevertheless a grim presentiment of the dangers that await them and the very real threat to the lives of the two friends.
The subtle and nameless anxiety caused by a presentiment of evil, the feelings of helplessness evoked by a mighty and cruel ruler, and the terror felt while facing death are all aspects of bhaya.
At Drome Park, 1st Bangor started as they meant to go on with a 7-0 rout of Dunmurry Young Men, a presentiment for the Napier Park club who struggled to lift themselves out of the relegation zone all season long.
But as Sweetman shows, while he arrived in South India with a strong presentiment that he would encounter barbarism, he was pleasantly surprised to find very quickly that the Tamils were intelligent and rational people, a view strongly reinforced as he learned to read their writings.
Schnittke's music was arguably rather a departure from socialist realism instead of a presentiment of postmodernism" (p.