Oraciones con la palabra "abstract"

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  1. This is not the abstract.
  2. It became an abstract tool.
  3. The abstract word of time or.
  4. The abstract genesis of time:.
  5. They are abstract and negating.

  6. Love is personal, not abstract.
  7. The tokens became more abstract.
  8. The subconscious is not abstract.
  9. The Upanishad are their abstract.
  10. Here, time is fluid and abstract.
  11. But he must be made abstract first.
  12. However, square is an abstract term.
  13. We are slaves to abstract dead ideas.
  14. Abstract beauty is created by humans.
  15. Abstract ownership of land, free land.

  16. Painful in an abstract, nostalgic way.
  17. They are not abstract: they are insane.
  18. Refrain from giving abstract directives.
  19. He was an abstract spirit without a body.
  20. The Abstract Realization of the Worldly.
  21. Such an adoration for an abstract state.
  22. He was an abstract concept to most users.
  23. It’s that abstract, critical thinking.
  24. The FrogWorld class is an Abstract Factory.
  25. It is a purely abstract set of abstraction.

  26. God is not identified as any abstract being.
  27. Which gives to us an abstract of the events.
  28. Everything we think is an abstract absolute.
  29. Abstract thought and ideas had no place here.
  30. Abstract Art conveys neither Reality nor Truth.
  31. They ranged from ancient history to abstract.
  32. Science develops and justifies abstract theories.
  33. The government obviously is guided by abstract.
  34. We love derivatives and abstract representations.
  35. What do civilized adults play at? Abstract things.
  36. But an abstract notion is always equal to itself.
  37. Human abstract reality became increasingly linear.
  38. We cannot touch our abstract ideas with our hands.
  39. They are addicted to rituals and abstract symbols.
  40. He is a genius, a philosopher, an abstract thinker.
  41. Anything that is purely abstract is of tool origin.
  42. The only thing that graced our halls was abstract.
  43. Study the history of two-dimensional abstract images.
  44. That abstract line becomes your basis of measurement.
  45. Look at the abstract images Ancient Egypt left behind.
  46. We love artists for their attempt to abstract things.
  47. The basic abstract value system humans use; is money.
  48. Gamizens live in abstract worlds of imaginary rewards.
  49. The Gould Concession was symbolic of abstract justice.
  50. Until then, the idea of escape had been abstract to me.
  51. It is only an imagined, abstract, figment of your mind.
  52. And the Geeta is an abstract of this essence that the.
  53. Infinity is not an abstract concept invented by humans.
  54. I wish I had space here to give a fuller abstract of Mr.
  55. Abstract love of humanity is nearly always love of self.
  56. It looks like that only its style is a bit more abstract.
  57. He then proceeded to create an abstract design with them.
  58. Put in this dry, abstract way; the theorem may not seem.
  59. It was like an abstract painting, Louie said later.
  60. Grace - an abstract useless word with no basis in reality.
  61. We’ve seen that, even if we assume in the abstract that.
  62. Without an abstract name; it is not considered to be human.
  63. Where abstract nouns are used in the plural an effort has.
  64. Experience and Abstract Conceptualization, and two related.
  65. Many of them pre-date abstract images by thousands of years.
  66. The mathematical concept of zero is a total abstract fallacy.
  67. When we’re under the sway of these instincts, no abstract.
  68. Because their brains had not become as abstract as ours did.
  69. This 2nd major split later evolved into abstract linear lines.
  70. Tools became a way of expressing and creating abstract beauty.
  71. Marx preferred workers who had the decency to remain abstract.
  72. An abstract zero signifies Nothingness with nothing inside it.
  73. But all laws are based on the abstract concept of the absolute.
  74. When they retired Dawes seemed abstract, thinking of something.
  75. In relatively abstract or circumscribed situations, such as the.
  76. Abstract Decapitated heads are more important than living humans.
  77. The economy is often an arbitrary and abstract thought for many.
  78. The mountains are a kind of poultice for a man’s abstract pain.
  79. Take away imaginary abstract lines: and what is left of sports….
  80. Abstract meanings are meaningless: unless you actually live them.
  81. One of the earliest human, abstract, sanctifications of ownership.
  82. There is, as it were, an abstract music of line, tone, and colour.
  83. What were the locals to Marsha? Just an abstract concept probably.
  84. Instead of a human interaction, it becomes an abstract transaction.
  85. Ask any artist to create an abstract image by spitting on something.
  86. Intellectual smartness and abstract rational deductions entice you.
  87. Here we have left the concrete for the abstract; we have no longer.
  88. The insane concept of immaculately abstract boundaries does not work.
  89. Lower cards are abstract numbers… representing accumulated points.
  90. All because of the insane idea of the ownership of abstract thoughts.
  91. What I have told you, O Parantap, is only a brief abstract of my.
  92. If he could have kissed her in abstract purity he would have done so.
  93. What does any this actually consist-of? You still have abstract lines.
  94. The Worldly Oppositional Church is an abstract premise and is created.
  95. She managed to find some meaning in his struggling, abstract speeches.
  96. Each poor empty life; representing an abstract zero: a death’s-head.
  97. Our love of abstract images is greater than our love of actual images.
  98. The tennis court is sectioned off into abstract coffins of the undead.
  99. Arbitrarily through its use of language, it's use of abstract concepts.
  100. This abstract concept of the STRUGGLE OF LIFE shows you the way?
  1. Abstracting the kernel from the hardware makes it far easier to port the OS to different hardware platforms.
  2. The abstracting of these deathsheads into ‘money is the insane abomination of the worship and preservation of death and dead things: nothing else.
  3. Allowing the most favorable construction to this letter, and abstracting it from circumstances and facts both before and after its date, it will not bear gentlemen out in their conclusion; it does not satisfy your law, and did not warrant the state of things which has been and is about to be produced.
  4. I went round by the garden, and laid wait for the messenger; who fought valorously to defend his trust, and we spilt the milk between us; but I succeeded in abstracting the epistle; and, threatening serious consequences if he did not look sharp home, I remained under the wall and perused Miss Cathy's affectionate composition.
  5. I went round by the garden, and laid wait for the messenger; who fought valorously to defend his trust, and we spilt the milk between us; but I succeeded in abstracting the epistle; and, threatening serious consequences if he did not look sharp home, I remained under the wall and perused Miss Cathy’s affectionate composition.
  1. She saw how abstracted he was.
  2. We have abstracted our own souls.
  3. I lie abstracted and hear beautiful tales of things and the reasons.
  4. That very day at the _table d'hote_ the abstracted lady sat next to me.
  5. Now: robbing and stealing and raiding has been abstracted and legalized.
  6. It is a schizoid, sick, insane, numb, abstracted form of mental curiosity.
  7. Once human values became abstracted: actual human values became secondary.
  8. These abstracted representations are token symbols of actual decapitations.
  9. The effect of tool evolution on people is that our values became abstracted.
  10. Nevertheless, so abstracted was his look, it might be questioned whether Mr.
  11. Herr Dremmel bestowed a second abstracted kiss somewhere on his mother's head.
  12. It has successfully turned humans into more dehumanized, abstracted tool-slaves.
  13. Nitrogen, abstracted from the atmosphere by organization, geological proofs of, L.
  14. He saw Ambrosius' abstracted look and walked over to where he stood in the doorway.
  15. At first she gave him no glance of recognition; he was invisible to her abstracted gaze.
  16. At first she gave him no glance of recognition: he was invisible to her abstracted gaze.
  17. His imagination had so abstracted him that his name was called twice before he answered.
  18. John Horner, a plumber, was accused of having abstracted it from the lady’s jewel-case.
  19. Is there a crime to be done, a paper to be abstracted, we will say, a house to be rifled, a.
  20. Abstracted, busy, lost in inward contemplation, he seldom looked at his wife in those later years.
  21. After all, there WAS a certain divinity hedging a minister, even a poor, unworldly, abstracted one.
  22. Meredith had not seen them, but he was not walking along in his usual dreamy and abstracted fashion.
  23. This done, he moved with slow step and abstracted air towards a door in the wall bordering the orchard.
  24. Once these decapitated heads had been abstracted into small convenient miniature representative skulls.
  25. How does one make actual progress in love abstracted or idealistically believed to exist beyond experience?
  26. MSM’s hexavalent sulfur atom is abstracted by living organisms and is primarily used for the biochemical synthesis of.
  27. The elder observed it attentively, abstracted in his contemplation, as one would look at an object that is known as dangerous.
  28. The wary, though seemingly abstracted Uncas, caught a glimpse of the movement, and turning suddenly to the light, their looks met.
  29. This was said with a careless, abstracted indifference, which showed that my solicitude was, at least in his opinion, wholly superfluous.
  30. She rose grimly from her seat and went to the further corner of the room, whence she abstracted a yardstick and stood before the fire-board.
  31. The differences which distinguished them as individuals were abstracted by this passion, and each was but portion of one organism called sex.
  32. These symbols were then concreted back into segments of metal: money was invented… which was then further abstracted back into pieces of paper.
  33. But besides his frequent absences, there was another barrier to friendship with him: he seemed of a reserved, an abstracted, and even of a brooding nature.
  34. The actual living Jesus was abstracted and distorted by this inevitable process cultural abstraction and mythification so much: he has disappeared as a person.
  35. Then he was apologizing, but it was a man’s apology, meaning she wasn’t sure he even realized what he’d done wrong—he still seemed so abstracted, so far away.
  36. If he lef t the room for a minute she’d look around uneasily and say ‘Where’s Tom gone?’ and wear the most abstracted expression until she saw him coming in the door.
  37. Sometimes he gazes at the sky, at other times he fixes his eyes on the earth in such an abstracted way that he might be taken for a clothed statue, with its drapery stirred by the wind.
  38. We have abstracted our awe, our wonder, our love of beauty also… The actual truth is buried under 50,000 years of disassociated, distanced, deflections and lies and denial and ignoring.
  39. As to Holmes, I observed that he sat frequently for half an hour on end, with knitted brows and an abstracted air, but he swept the matter away with a wave of his hand when I mentioned it.
  40. And she leant her pretty head back against the sill, with a half a yawn and a half a sigh, and lapsed into an aspect of abstracted sadness: neither caring nor knowing whether we remarked her.
  41. What significance do small details cover when we have not left time to live! What a beautiful moment the present is! Abstracted in the timelessness of the moment, I did not listen to Leonardo.
  42. The bright metal handle of Alec's pocket-knife pleased Maharaj, and it was always the first thing he abstracted from the pocket and the last he returned, but the bits of string and the ball of wax he worried over.
  43. Instead it has abstracted the subconscious emotional fear of death; into a sick, cold, unemotional morgue of preserving dead fossils, dead tissues, dead organs, dead species… Trying to find out why they died… Why they went extinct.
  44. After killing of Neanderthals: Modern man overpopulated Asia and Europe so densely: that we went back to what we had been doing for 60,000 fucking years before we developed an abstracted form of form of death and killing: killing other human beings.
  45. In Bond Street especially, where much of their business lay, her eyes were in constant inquiry; and in whatever shop the party were engaged, her mind was equally abstracted from every thing actually before them, from all that interested and occupied the others.
  46. It is the deepest subconscious justification of their existence as rulers and heads of State, heads of capitalism, heads of corporation, heads of abstracted corporate bodies that are no longer flesh and blood bodies: but only exist on paper as pure abstractions.
  47. The baby killer of the fleeing stork has been turned into the baby killer of the fictional story: abstracted into two-dimensional images and dehumanizing human children to the point where they become emotionally and mentally brainwashed before the ages of 4 or 5.
  48. This passage, this course and destination, animated by the vitalism of the world nested each in each, as sound to eye, touch to scent, is untraced, yet resonant in these visions of the imageless geometrically abstracted to a sense of phenomenal presence as embodied light.
  49. Moreover: its expression has become abstracted and specialized into different niches of aberration which mirrors the split-off, aberrant development of the human psyche within a segmented social structure that has no balanced or universal code on how to raise its children.
  50. Holmes had not said one word to me about the tragedy which we had witnessed, but I observed all the morning that he was in his most thoughtfulmood, and he gave me the impression, from his vacant eyes and his abstracted manner, of a man who is striving to recall something to his memory.
  51. No matter how much the truth is buried or twisted, or poisoned, or corrupted… no matter how abstracted it becomes, no matter how many different ways symbols are whitewashed and changed: the unexplored human subconscious still manages to re-surface the actual truth and tell the truth.
  52. Holmes had not said one word to me about the tragedy which we had witnessed, but I observed all the morning that he was in his most thoughtful mood, and he gave me the impression, from his vacant eyes and his abstracted manner, of a man who is striving to recall something to his memory.
  53. Again Frau Dremmel, as she had done that day at Meuk, turned her eyes slowly all over her while she was receiving her son's abstracted kiss; but she said nothing except, to her son, _Guten Tag_, and passively submitted to Ingeborg's shaking both her hands, which were clothed in the black cotton of decent widowhood.
  54. If the latent heat in a gaseous compound be suddenly abstracted, as in explosion, its escape is attended with the emission of light and sensible heat, when the volatilized particles held in solution being no longer able to maintain the state of gas, suffer approximation in a due proportion to the quantity of caloric they have lost.
  55. They tore past the minister himself, just coming home from the station; he, being a little less dreamy and abstracted than usual--owing to having had a talk on the train with Miss Cornelia who always wakened him up temporarily--noticed them, and thought he really must speak to Faith about it and tell her that such conduct was not seemly.
  56. Angel Clare rises out of the past not altogether as a distinct figure, but as an appreciative voice, a long regard of fixed, abstracted eyes, and a mobility of mouth somewhat too small and delicately lined for a man's, though with an unexpectedly firm close of the lower lip now and then; enough to do away with any inference of indecision.
  57. Commendatore Beninobenone having been extricated from underneath the presidential armchair, it was explained by his legal adviser Avvocato Pagamimi that the various articles secreted in his thirtytwo pockets had been abstracted by him during the affray from the pockets of his junior colleagues in the hope of bringing them to their senses.
  58. And when, sickly and depraved from the unhealthy work, from drink and lewdness, foolish and capricious, he aimlessly prowled around the city, as in a dream, entered some shed and abstracted a few worthless mats, then, instead of destroying the causes that led this boy into his present condition, we intend to mend matters by punishing him!.
  59. Every now and then, by an effort, he would throw off the impression and talk as if the matter were clear, but then his doubts would settle down upon him again, and his knitted brows and abstracted eyes would show that his thoughts had gone back once more to the great dining-room of the Abbey Grange in which this midnight tragedy had been enacted.
  60. Every now and then, by an effort, he would throw off the impression, and talk as if the matter were clear, but then his doubts would settle down upon him again, and his knitted brows and abstracted eyes would show that his thoughts had gone back once more to the great dining-room of the Abbey Grange, in which this midnight tragedy had been enacted.
  61. Suddenly he remembered that the purse and the things he had abstracted from the old woman's chest, were still in his pockets! He had never thought of taking them out and hiding them! indeed, it had never crossed his mind that they were in his pockets while examining his clothes! Was it possible? In a second he emptied all out on to the table in a heap.
  62. Because I think that this is the only virtue which remains in the State when the other virtues of temperance and courage and wisdom are abstracted; and, that this is the ultimate cause and condition of the existence of all of them, and while remaining in them is also their preservative; and we were saying that if the three were discovered by us, justice would be the fourth or remaining one.
  63. I have abstracted myself from all the sympathies these are calculated to inspire; because, notwithstanding that I feel the utmost confidence in the integrity of intention of the leading characters in this political drama, I cannot forget that they derive their power from a giddy, inconstant multitude; who, unless in the instance under consideration they form an exception to all general rules and experience, will act inconsistently and absurdly.
  64. As Danglars approached the disappointed lover, he cast on him a look of deep meaning, while Fernand, as he slowly paced behind the happy pair, who seemed, in their own unmixed content, to have entirely forgotten that such a being as himself existed, was pale and abstracted; occasionally, however, a deep flush would overspread his countenance, and a nervous contraction distort his features, while, with an agitated and restless gaze, he would glance in the direction of Marseilles, like one who either anticipated or foresaw some great and important event.
  65. The Philadelphia Lamb took down from its new position on the Boston Lamb’s wall the cherished Whistler of the Brookline Lamb, and presented it to her; the Boston Lamb begged her acceptance of the quaint little Cloisonné cup which she admired as she drank from it, and which was the property of the Philadelphia member; the Albany Lamb, on the plea that everything of value had already been abstracted from him to make the Boston Lamb’s room pretty for her, offered her himself, and was in no way cast down when she declined him on the ground that he was too decorative to be truly useful.
  66. It was nearly eight o'clock in the evening when the cart, which we left on the road, entered the porte-cochere of the Hotel de la Poste in Arras; the man whom we have been following up to this moment alighted from it, responded with an abstracted air to the attentions of the people of the inn, sent back the extra horse, and with his own hands led the little white horse to the stable; then he opened the door of a billiard-room which was situated on the ground floor, sat down there, and leaned his elbows on a table; he had taken fourteen hours for the journey which he had counted on making in six; he did himself the justice to acknowledge that it was not his fault, but at bottom, he was not sorry.
  67. At the one end of the hall, the one where he was, were judges, with abstracted air, in threadbare robes, who were gnawing their nails or closing their eyelids; at the other end, a ragged crowd; lawyers in all sorts of attitudes; soldiers with hard but honest faces; ancient, spotted woodwork, a dirty ceiling, tables covered with serge that was yellow rather than green; doors blackened by handmarks; tap-room lamps which emitted more smoke than light, suspended from nails in the wainscot; on the tables candles in brass candlesticks; darkness, ugliness, sadness; and from all this there was disengaged an austere and august impression, for one there felt that grand human thing which is called the law, and that grand divine thing which is called justice.
  68. We have abstracted our own hate, our own scorn, our own disrespect, our own revulsion, our own disgust, and our own fear: in so many ways; it would take ten thousand books to show how we abstractively express our revulsion… our hate, and on how many abstract levels, in how many abstract ways we do it by distancing ourselves from all directness and direct truth and direct experience,.
  1. Then these abstracts are something she had never done before.
  2. Even in our deeds and abstracts the word forever is used in the transfer of real estate.
  3. This belief also contained remnants of the earlier Melchizedek teachings as is shown by the following abstracts:.
  4. They say, when he was a little boy, he made an abstract of 'Hop o' my Thumb,' and he has been making abstracts ever since.
  5. In the basement was a room full of computers and CD's with all sorts of abstracts and information about different periods in history.
  6. Magical events are too unique and ephemeral to be measured in a materialistic way because they are not mental abstracts but rather feelings.
  7. This database contains citations and often abstracts for over 15 million articles in over 4,800 biomedical journals on all aspects and allied health fields.
  8. So the problem here is that all paintings and human creations are personal interpretations or abstracts of how the ‘artist’ perceives the subject matter.
  9. At home, carried away by this subject, I dug through our entire family library and finally found a magazine with abstracts from the Bible about people Jesus had healed.
  10. In it he will find abstracts of papers from a larger number of sources than he can possibly consult for himself, and many of these papers may be of great value to him.
  11. As she gathered herself up and moved toward the library with its endless supply of informative CD's and scientific abstracts, a fresh image shuttered quickly through her brain.
  12. It’s just my way of paying tribute to the people that deserve credit for the ideas in my head and for providing me with a vehicle to share those abstracts in some meaningful form.
  13. As it was they watched, benumbed, as their portrait pictures, the vital stuffs of their mortal greed, rancor, and poisonous guilt, the emerald abstracts of their self-blinded eyes, self-wounded mouths, self-trapped bodies melted one by one from this insignificant mound of snow.
  14. That I should innocently take a bad half-crown of somebody else's manufacture is reasonable enough; but that I should knowingly reckon the spurious coin of my own make as good money! An obliging stranger, under pretence of compactly folding up my bank-notes for security's sake, abstracts the notes and gives me nutshells; but what is his sleight of hand to mine, when I fold up my own nutshells and pass them on myself as notes!.
  15. Resolved, That the Committee on the Public Lands be instructed to inquire into the expediency of authorizing the Recorder of Land Titles for the Territory of Missouri to receive testimony in all the claims to land in which none has been adduced, and which are rejected in the report made by the late board of Commissioners for ascertaining and adjusting the titles and claims to land in the then district of Louisiana, now Territory of Missouri; and, afterwards, to arrange into classes, according to their respective merits, as well the claims embraced by this resolution, as the other rejected claims mentioned in said report, and made abstracts containing the substance of the evidence in support of such claims, and such other information and remarks as may be necessary to a proper decision thereon, and report on said claims to the General Commissioner of the Land Office; and that said committee have leave to report by bill, or otherwise.

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