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|She describes the movement that expressed itself that day, revealing a pattern |
that developed over months of moving with a ... may awaken to their specific
patterns of movement/series of gestures, which are often repeated unconsciously
. “Nothing is more revealing than movement,” wrote Martha Graham (1984, p.53).
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revealing than movement.' Martha Graham Life on our planet is born of the
meeting between the earth, the sun, the water and the air. It began in the primal
soup of ...
|Nothing is more revealing than movement. — MARTHA GRAHAM have most |
implemented our productivity methodologies: They have a consistent internal
forward momentum. It's not lip-served or a merely conceptual "desire to improve"
|For the study of this standard nothing is more revealing than the nature of the |
repercussions that these two different manifestations—the reproduction of works
of art and the art of the film—have had on art in its traditional form. II Even the
|Perhaps the most disastrous consequence for theology of the disintegration of |
Christendom was the retreat of ... Nothing is more revealing of the consequences
of this theological movement than a comparison of Augustinianism with an ...
|Nonetheless, monopoly has other uses than abuse and one of these is defense. |
... Nothing is more revealing of Simons' grasp of unions as operating
organizations than his proposals for union management: If I were running a union
and were ...
|A few pages back we discussed how we recognize others we know by watching |
them move—even if we're watching their movement in terms of nothing more
revealing than moving points of light in the dark. From here we looked at how one
|This much more direct process was distinguished by the tracing of the design on |
a stone rather than its incision on a block of wood or its ... with visual or auditory
images, which will appear and disappear at a simple movement of the hand,
hardly more than a sign' (1964, p. ... For the study of this standard nothing is more
revealing than the nature of the repercussions that these two different
|Thus they have now placed a lengthy questionnaire before us and have also |
requested more data. ... "incomparably greater political success" than was likely
to be attained some weeks or months later.25 Again, nothing was more revealing
|Américo Castro observed that “nothing is more revealing than language.” But |
equally, nothing is more ... Jessica Coope, in her excellent account of the martyrs
movement and of Perfectus, draws rather different conclusions. She notes that