In such a theatre, as we already pointed out, the audience was brought together as a community "to see the image of themselves, to read the riddle of their own actions, to fuse their own being and their own communion with that of their god; and thus in noblest, stillest
peace to live again the life which a brief space of time before, they had lived restless activity and accentuated individuality" (34).
In the stillest
hours of the early morning, Adam in his Garden has little over me.
When Mark Twain met him, the exuberant American found Dodgson '"only interesting to look at, for he was the stillest
, shyest full-grown man I have ever met except "Uncle Remus"'.
And oft at midnight's stillest
hour, When summer seas the vessel lave, I love to prove my charmful pow'r While floating on the moon-light wave.
Writing, in 1907, of the little Umbrian city of Todi, Edward Hutton exclaimed `You hear no train, even in the stillest
night; no tram rushes past your windows to remind you of the horrible new world that has only time for action, and has forgotten to think.
For example, there are twenty-seven settings, listed chronologically, of Goethe's "Der du von dem Himmel bist, alles Leid und Schmerzen stillest
This is most apparent when they are supposed to be the stillest
, such as classrooms, places of worship, plays, restaurants, etc.
Earlier this year, four other physicists became the first to trap single mercury ions and cool them in this way to about 50 millionths of a kelvin above absolute zero, the coldest and stillest
an atom can be.
Drawing, even the stillest
of still lifes, always implies motion.