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without limits in extent or size or quantity

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precipitate oneself into the illimitable vacancy of death, for then we
However, Gill's topic is not quite the illimitable one of memory in Wordsworth.
"She mixes long and short dispatches to intoxicating effect, like a chef dealing out an illimitable tasting menu.
If the former part of the alternative be true, then a legislative act contrary to the constitution is not law: if the latter part be true, then written constitutions are absurd attempts, on the part of the people, to limit a power, in its own nature illimitable. (81) But did the Court have the power to enforce its understanding of the Constitution against a contrary interpretation by the Legislature?
The early 19th-century British observer William Henry Smyth thought the surrounding sky looked so intensely black that the galaxy seemed to be "floating in awful and illimitable space, at an inconceivable distance."
I'd go further, envisioning, like Hale, an ethic that doesn't end with judgment but "transforms the activity of ethical judgment into the production of alterity as beyond apprehension, as defined by its illimitable potentiality" (195).
The history of Saturn and Melancholy thus traces a narrative of literal loss and exile which amplifies Holly's disciplinary melancholy; it also testifies to the ultimately illimitable task of interpreting individual works of art, not only in the sheer industry of the authors' attempts to account for Melencolia I, but in the profusion of responses, expansions and contradictions which it has spawned.
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Also very highly recommended for young readers are Reg Down's previous children's books: "Tales of Tiptoes Lightly" (9781453806340, $14.95); "Eggs for the Hunting: starring Pine Cone and Pepper Pot and the illimitable Tiptoes Lightly" (9781470030018, $14.95); "The Lost Lagoon" (9781453801963, $16.50); "The Magic Knot ~ and other tangles!: A making tale comedy starring Pine Cone and Pepper Pot and the lovely Tiptoes Lightly" (9781453811573, $14.95) and "The Midsummer Mouse: Midsummer Tales of Tiptoes Lightly and the Summer Queen" (9781484871959, $16.50).
Though Emerson persists in appealing to the Universal Mind and to an absolute moral law beyond the Maia of our ordinary perceptions, in the last decades of his work he repeatedly returns to the intellect, for "the powers of this busy brain are miraculous and illimitable" (CW 7:150).
"One of our great statesmen--our first Secretary of State, Thomas Jefferson--liked to talk about the power of education to unlock and explore the 'illimitable freedom of the human mind.'"
(69) Wherever we fall on the arc of justice as a nation, it is critical to remember that it is indeed an illimitable arc that does not bend towards justice by itself--an arc upon which the Iowa Supreme Court will forever strive to stay ahead of the curve, as courts were contemplated to do.
All animals are zoopoetic, generating poetic energy through the illimitable gestures and vocalizations of their bodies.
Insane is he who hopeth that our reason Can traverse the illimitable way, Which the one Substance in three Persons follows!