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Synonyms for bellow

Synonyms for bellow

to speak or say very loudly or with a shout

a loud, deep, prolonged sound

Synonyms for bellow

a very loud utterance (like the sound of an animal)

United States author (born in Canada) whose novels influenced American literature after World War II (1915-2005)

shout loudly and without restraint

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make a loud noise, as of animal

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In one essay, "Deep Readers of the World, Beware!" Bellow offers a few comforting words to the 17-year-old version of myself sitting in a classroom, developing an ulcer after listening to his high-school English teacher inelegantly trying to shoehorn imaginary themes into great works of literature.
I was reminded of Bellow, because an echo of his critique of New Critical theory and practice can be found in James Phelan's critique of the absence of character in Seymour Chatman's theory and practice.
In the first chapter Judie Newman brilliantly examines the shift of affections from Bellow's early embrace of Trotskyism to his later, longer-lasting commitment to neoconservatism.
SAUL BELLOW WAS A TEMPERAMENTAL, ambitious, prolific workaholic--whom everyone, including his new biographer, seemed to like.
The company says a good example of this is its range of valves available in a bellows seal design, such as its Type 808 bellows sealed globe valve.
THE TOPIC: Nobel Prize winner Saul Bellow was born in Montreal to Russian Jewish immigrants in 1915.
Saul Bellow, que habria cumplido cien anos este mes, aunaba la pasion por las ideas con el conocimiento de los bajos fondos, la alta cultura con la experiencia del gueto.
As he lay dying, Saul Bellow, "the most decorated writer in American history," slipped back into consciousness, looked up, and asked, "Was I a man or was I a jerk?" Somewhere within that sentence lies Bellow's greatness as a novelist--his fabulous sense of wonder and entitlement about himself, coupled with a magical gift for language and a rattling insecurity.
Bellow actuators (BA), produced by Festo, refer to one-way push-type pneumatic membranate elements (Fig.
("Alguien tiene que haber dicho eso al presidente Ford, porque no lo creo capaz de pensarlo por su cuenta", comento enseguida Saul Bellow.)
In May 1988, Hillman and his wife Libby were in their Vermont home sharing a meal with the Nobel Prize-winning novelist Saul Bellow. Yes, the Hillmans were friends with Saul Bellow and his wife, Janis.
Asymmetric flexible pneumatic actuators (AFPAs) have been developed for the first time during the 1990s using asymmetric polymer/rubber tube and rubber bellow actuators with proper reinforcement to overcome the disadvantages of FMA and FPAs and proposed as an innovative method of fabricating a dexterous human hand [7, 8].
Author Greg Bellow, first son of the American writer Saul Bellow, charts his father's life from birth to death.
Saul Bellow came to Poland for three weeks in 1959 as an American Specialist, a State Department program that sent prominent writers, scholars, and other public figures to lecture and meet their counterparts abroad.