Although these reforms may take different and daedal
shapes, they are necessitated by the complex problems of America's medical liability system.
"Language," says Shelley, "is a perpetual Orphic song/Which rules with Daedal
harmony the throng/Of thoughts and forms, which else senseless and/ shapeless were." And let us hope those harmoniously ordered thoughts and forms (cf.
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Other Words: anele--anoint, W3; asyla--asylums, W2; dedal (daedal
)--skillful, W3; deied--o died, P; desyl--organic radical, W3; drook (drouk)--d soak, W3; drows--d mists, W3; edile (aedile)--Roman all-purpose municipal official, W3; emony--d anemone, W3; enols--organic compounds, W3; esnes--Anglo-Saxon laborers, W3; evet (eft)--d newt, W2; idedi--Akkadian angels, P; laets--Kentish freedmen, W3; Iapon--scorpion fish, W2; larum (alarum)--alarm, W3; leets--civil courts, W3; lysed--dissolved, W3; nerol--alcohol used in perfumes, W3; neven--to name, o, W2; nikin--a natural or very soft creature, P; nopal--prickly pear cactus, W3; orter--d rejector W2;
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We are here in the very kindergarten of daedal
art; not with Ruskin the fashionable propagandist of something other than revolution of 1848-49, but with the wise and tired Ruskin of 1884, publishing the alphabet drawings of a child of six to exemplify the Cadmean `instincts of clever children for the [...] invention of picture writing' and that `delight in enigma' which is at the root of `the most beautiful decorative arrangements' (Works, XXIX, 508).
There we find "deft Sheila, daedal
Don and I colluding" -- editor, designer, and author.
The gray exterior undulates like Jupiter's moon Europa, and the homogeneous white interior conceals its daedal
Of the three novels, though all daedal
works, Buddenbrooks is least a construction, Doctor Faustus most.