physicalness


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The visitors' scrum was by far the better and their physicalness at the breakdown meant it was impossible for Mose to obtain any quick ball.
His sense of independence quickly dissolves, encumbered by moral doubt and social restraint: "Francis thought of the strenuousness of containing his physicalness within the patterns he had chosen" (Shady Hill, 66).
So he knows what to expect tomorrow: passion mixed with verve, physicalness laced with good passing movement - a difficult combination to play against, especially at a venue that has proved something of a fortress for Brian Kerr's side.
He writes music that has a quality of sheer physicalness, music "without a mind," as it were.
Posing the physicalness of human sounding as a basic quality of the subject is an undeniable step forward in the direction of what Cavarero calls "a vocal ontology of uniqueness" leading to the proposal of "a politics of voices.
I liked the physicalness of stocking shelves, helping people, the one-on one interaction.
Gil (29): At that time, I think I kind of liked the physicalness with my friend, yeah, you drink, you get more .
Here I have in mind the salubrious sort of distance that made me appreciate not Somalia itself, but versions thereof, a memory more real than the concrete physicalness of a building, a remembrance more spacious than the open fields I had grown up in.
Thus we conceive emotions as the most elusive and nebulous of all mental states--purely immaterial feelings somehow separate from the physicalness of the brain.
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