Find someone who made a secret code with friends as a child. But at least it tried to offer what it thought was a coherent alternative to the society it was reacting against. The overarching aim of the proposal is to provide philosophy with an expressive and coherent framework that could represent a valid alternative to modal logic. Since physics depends on coherent argument, this manner of presentation is clearly ill-suited to the books' purpose. King Lear is not only portrayed as doddering, reduced to lip-smacking and pant-wetting, but deprived of coherent speech as well.
Coherent shapes were forming as the. Et pour etre coherent avec notre ambition de faire d'El Jadida la perle de l'Atlantique, il est urgent de supprimer definitivement ce chancre pestilentiel. So I do alot of 'its on the thingy by the doobrey' type stuff. Her presentation to our committee outlined a coherent process for improving relations between labor and management in the company. Alcoholics can often be perfectly coherent even when th … eir blood alcohol level is more than twice the legal limit, since their bodies have built up a tolerance to the alcohol. Was this a hideout for German Nazi officers? If it happens randomly, it's clearly something else.
The proposed national body would be a coherent group to represent the needs of all female sports in Ireland. This type of detection used in satellite standards because direct uplink and downlink transmission and reception respectively through earth station hub. It was aimed towards the less learned clergymen and the laymen, while the second, more coherent version was aimed towards all literates. Route Irish is at least propelled by salutary anger and a coherent point of view. Mixing legend and history, he provides a coherent narrative based upon traditional materials. Water molecules in a cloud cohere to each other forming a droplet of water. His Captain's danger was the one coherent thought in his mind.
Whenever I try to say something I have the idea in my head but when it comes out I can't find the words to describe it. The coherence of his argument helped him to win the debate. The more he drank, the more incoherent his speech became. It does suggest, however, that Labour is a factionalised party with an ideologically coherent minority grouping located on its right. The conception of an opera as a coherent structure was slow to capture Handel's imagination and he composed no operas for five years.
In Coherent demodulation the incoming signal are in phase with the local oscillator signal. Non coherent envelope detection : this type of detection does not need receiver carrier to be phase locked with transmitter carrier. We use dynamic coherent backscattering to study one of the Anderson mobility gaps in the vibrational spectrum of strongly disordered three-dimensional mesoglasses. I usually start getting overweight again once I get too cocky from all the female attention and feel like its ok take a quick breather. Lives are narratable as coherent in terms of the categories language makes available. Cohesion is connected with interpretation. It does not have the centralisation of religious authority which can both unify people around a coherent set of values and prevent the emergence of extremes.
This kind of a normal for you is an altered state for me, and I like exploring consciousness. There are of course lasers with wavelengths in the infrared, masers that emit coherent microwaves, and even x-ray lasers. Show More Sentences Again, no one has ventured a coherent explanation of this theory, let alone bothered to hint at what the evidence for it might be. Bush said the reason the Oval Office is round is there are no corners you can hide in. A deranged drainage system is a drainage system in drainage basins where there is no coherent pattern to the rivers and lakes. If anything, the interview is better written and more coherent, whereas the speech transcribers were clearly having a great deal of difficulty. Window cleaners have an accident A terrifying ordeal for two window cleaners in China, as the platform they were working on began swinging violently and smashing into the building.
The coherent arrangement of the pictures allows one to seek out what one wishes to view. Louisiana lacked the coherent centralized police force to repress banditry and brigandage in the countryside that Texas and most other states had. Benjamin Rush once stated that dreams are nothing but incoherent ideas, occasioned by partial or imperfect sleep. On the contrary, the moderate forces were at best a largely unrepresentative minority without an especially coherent programme. He can put together a coherent policy programme which emphasises sensible reform of the public services and the tax and benefits system.
In this important new book, he suggests that what is lacking is a coherent theory of markets as social institutions. Subsequently, we have developed a two-dimensional Fourier analysis tool for the study of coherent light scattering by biological nanostructures. The rock had been pulled to pieces by the weather, and its fragments heaped together to an incoherent ridge. There are celebrity judges to wrangle and emotionally wrecked contestants to coax coherent interviews from. The 1957 Act made a miscellany of changes of the law of homicide which can hardly be described as amounting to a coherent and interlocking scheme. My signaller retired hurt after being budnamed by yours, so we have no coherent news.
I tell myself it keeps them on their toes, lol. Connolly wisely has kept this narratorial voice from the book and it acts as a glue to stitch the disjointed narrative flow of the film, to keep it coherent. Theories unite appearances into coherent, lawful, and universal wholes that further appearances will, it is hoped, confirm or disconfirm. The few coherent voices among these fundamentalists argue developing small penetrator nukes will damage international arms-control efforts. I think she has been drinking because she can't even formulate a coherent sentence. I obtained words and incoherent phrases, all extremely commonplace. Coherent means sensible and logical conversation, and thoughts.
Although he had a few drinks he was sufficiently coherent to arrange a taxi home. It's also a coherent light source, which means that the waves have a constant phase difference. The discontinuity of farm objects on hand virtually rules out the telling of a coherent and complete history of agriculture. The fund manager reckons that these investment vehicles have a coherent overall asset allocation strategy. He tried to speak, but what he said was not coherent nor particularly intelligible. When you and Blake split, you weren't coherent about anything. The very complicatedness of this layered, homosocial, mentor-mentee liaison makes it compelling, if not exactly coherent.