These analyses reveal that the more intrusions people experience, the more they ruminate
about these intrusions, which brings about depressive symptoms.
on scholarly mysteries surrounding historical figures in his ballets, as in Nijinsky, in which he explores Romola Nijinsky as both a sustaining and fatally destructive force in her husband's life.
The Holy Spirit ruminates
within and about us with sighs too deep for words.
In addition to his thoughts on all his failed relationships, the narrator ruminates
on, among other things, violence among the world's youth.
Cud are wads of undigested food that a cow regurgitates from its rumen and ruminates
Hobsbawm comments on the rise of Clinton, Blair, and Schroeder, draws distinctions between the right and the left, ruminates
about the effects of globalization, and worries about the omnipotence with which the United States presides over global affairs.
Coles like the student ruminates
about the relationship of intellectual "progress" (Coles always italicizes this word) with human wisdom by reflecting that her grandmother seems wiser than her father who seems wiser than herself.
Documentation" for the archeologists, pure "curio" for the rest', ruminates
Mr SOBIN (p.
He draws on the influence of the likes of Crowded House, REM and Leonard Cohen and ruminates
on the subjects of hope and despair, overcoming adversity, destiny and even a spot of murder.
He also ruminates
on the relevance and modes of history, considering the social history of everyday people, oral history, public history, the study of material culture, and analysis of contemporary events.
Sitting at a restaurant, enjoying the sea air that she takes in whenever she is on this coast, Estelle Parsons ruminates
on the life that she didn't choose.
Life Is a Gift" ruminates
on the saga of David Vetter, better known as the Boy in the Bubble.
Laid up in the college infirmary with a basketball injury for several weeks of his senior year, Mel Watkins ruminates
on the news that a missed fraternity party had erupted into a small riot, shattering the calm that normally characterized life at Colgate University.
Avoiding the macho posturing often associated with "man and his car" scenarios, he profiles a transgendered auto engineer, ruminates
on Los Angeles billboard sensation Angelyne and her pink Corvette, and describes a friend's Cadillacs as "more Jane Russell than Marilyn Monroe.
Watching dancers rehearse in a studio he ruminates
that prayer is "practice" in the same sense - a stylized and repetitive action that must become second nature - but adds immediately that we can mistake our second nature for our first, can substitute the mere repetition of the acts for their transformation into a wider usefulness.