We are least likely in the modifications of these organs to mistake a merely adaptive for an essential character.' So with plants, how remarkable it is that the organs of vegetation, on which their whole life depends, are of little signification
, excepting in the first main divisions; whereas the organs of reproduction, with their product the seed, are of paramount importance!
The terms vice and virtue have no signification
I was still pondering the signification
of "Institution," and endeavouring to make out a connection between the first words and the verse of Scripture, when the sound of a cough close behind me made me turn my head.
He will express a phrase in a word, and he will qualify the meaning of an entire sentence by a syllable; he will even convey different significations
by the simplest inflections of the voice.
"I may inform the good people here that many names, still common among us, have their significations
, and that mine is one of them.
Le vivre ensemble a une signification
"profonde" pour les Algeriens, a souligne mercredi l'Union generale des travailleurs algeriens (UGTA), relevant qu'il est lie aux enseignements tires de cette periode "sombre" traversee ou de "graves perils avaient menace les "fondements" de l'Algerie.
La methode ne prend pas non plus en charge les elements dits hors systemes qui echappent aux structures et qui pourtant participent du phenomene global et majeur du mecanisme de la signification
Sense emerges in the interplay of knowing and not-knowing, signification
and exposition, grasping and letting go, and seeing and disappearance of vision.
Another Place: Identity, Space, and Transcultural Signification
in Goli Taraqqi's Fiction
In interpreting a literary narrative, we usually go along one trajectory of signification
and explore what thematic message is conveyed by the verbal choices in the text.
HERBERT JONES, who rode Signification
to win the Ebor Handicap in 1952 and went on to become a successful trainer in Malton, died on Tuesday aged 83.
He, in his analysis, very suitably proves the point that signification
is common to both, linguistics and psychology, which, if broadly analysed, suggests that signification
is all pervading, and it is its immanence that unceasingly makes this world exist.