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|We see the first position at work when words are described as 'the small change |
of thought' (by French novelist Jules Renard in his Journal, 1988) or 'merely
stepping stones for thought' (by Arthur Koestler in The Act of Creation, 1964) or '
|The Liberal and National parties thought the words 'self-management and self-|
determination' should be further qualified by the words 'in common with all other
Australians'. The Coalition would then have been prepared to acknowledge 'the ...
|words. (cont.) - as bombs and bullets 4U:40 - as bonds 41:46 - as brilliant |
pictures 1:16 - as bugles of social change ... by mankind 37:35 - as the new
weapons 40:14 - as the second tragedy in life 6:85 - as the small change of
thought 2:105 ...
|£289-96] We do not yet know what small change of circumstances might have |
saved Coleridge from this world of pain and ... shap'd out From things well-match'
d, or ill, and words for things, The self-created sustenance of a mind Debarr'd
|Fine words, Mela thought, which lacked the feel and smell of the real thing, made |
a pleasant noise but had no meaning for her. Worthy, Mela was sure, but boring
and wishful thinking, in her country at least. The speaker reasoned it all in three ...
|She longed to hear him say, “Never mind. You're right, I'm being paranoid,” but |
the words didn't come. She could feel her heart cracking under the crushing
weight of her broken dreams. “You may have a big bank account but this is the
|From an act of desperation is born the inspiring tale of love and good fortune, not only for the twins but for the couple who have been waiting to adopt.|
|And they are Easier Than You Think. In the phenomenal bestseller Don't Sweat the Small Stuff, Richard Carlson taught millions of readers how to stop the little things in life from driving them crazy.|
|In Habermas's terms that might seem to indicate its conservatism, its failure to be |
engaged in the modern differentiation of the spheres of intimacy and of social
reproduction. But it might also be thought of as involved in the articulation of a ...