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|B. International legal rules If'culture' is defined as the ensemble ofa society's |
distinct practices ofsignification, representation, and symbolization, ... 72 Foreign
Affairs Culture is One Thing and Varnish is Another 8 B. International legal rules.
|Eliot, T. S. Culture is one thing and varnish is another. - Emerson, Ralph Waldo It |
is of the essence of imaginative culture that it transcends the limits both of the
naturally possible and of the morally acceptable. - Frye, Northrop Culture of the ...
|-Bernard Shaw Our modern culture is one in which nine-tenths of our intellectuals |
can't read any poetry. — Randall Jarrell Culture is roughly anything we do and
the monkeys don't. -Lord Raglan Culture is one thing and varnish another.
|The most fugitive deed and word, the mere doing of a thing, the intimated |
purpose, expresses character. If you act, you show character, if you sit ... A very
late journal reads: “Culture is one thing, & varnish another. There can be no high
Wolfgang Mieder, Stewart A. Kingsbury, Kelsie B. Harder - 1992 - 710 pages
|CODP 238, Whiting 463, ODEP 858, Stevenson 2416:1, T&W 391, Whiting (MP) |
658. varlet SEE An APE is an ape, a varlet is a varlet, though they be clad in silk
and scarlet. varnish SEE CULTURE is one thing and varnish is another. vault ...
Paul Otke - 2004 - 162 pages
|Culture is one thing and varnish another. Ralph Waldo Emerson Shortly after |
earning my commission I married the love of my life. I met Selma (Sel) at a
university function in Winnipeg. She wore a green plaid suit and was strikingly
|Varnish may be taken as a figure for narrative, for the attempt to relate one thing |
to another in a sequential discourse. ... Without denying that there have been vast
gaps and new beginnings both in linguistic history and in cultural history, this ...
|Admired (on other grounds) by painters like J. M. W. Turner, by 1911 it needed to |
be “relieved of the disagreeable mess of yellow—tinted varnish with which it has
at one time been smeared, pre— sumably to give it an air of fictitious mellowness
and vulnerability.” These were the words of ... not be seen again.” One thing was
already clear, declared Charles Parkhurst: “The painting  CHAPTER EIGHT.
|M. "Culture is one thing and varnish another." Thus spoke the philosopher of |
Concord more than a century ago. The Oxford dictionary has one valuable quality
in giving the date when a word was first used with a given meaning. Thus in 1510
|Sending out sections containing pollen is one thing against which we guard most |
carefully. The sections are ... After this case is completed it is stained inside and
out a dark brown, and given two coats of water-proof varnish. When it is soiled it
is ... Early this fall I received a postal card from one of my old customers who had
moved from his former home to a new section of the city. The card requested me