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Sub Molecular Interface Bonding : Complex Atomic Bond Formations, Book 6 of 7

By: Anthony James Kemp

...ooks primarily to keep the file sizes down to an acceptable level, this allows people with slow Internet access to easily download the files. It also means you can download just the parts you want to reference. There are seven Books in this primary series....

...COMPLEX ATOMIC BOND FORMATIONS In this book - 1 Crystalline Formations - 2 Dissimilar Atomic Bonding - 3 Harmonics Bonding Range - 4 Split Harmonics - Split Ranges - 5 Special Bonding - Capture Bonding - Catalytic Bonding - 6 Bonding Decay - 7 Proximity...

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Randomness and Optimal Estimation in Data Sampling

By: Florentin Smarandache

...estimators are generated from the proposed class and compared with the minimum mean squared error (MMSE) estimator. Numerical computations in terms ... ...gated the impact of measurement errors on a family of estimators of population mean using multiauxiliary information. This error minimization is vit... ...estimators are generated from the proposed class and compared with the minimum mean squared error (MMSE) estimator. Numerical computations in terms o... ...sed interval, Shrinkage estimation technique, Absolute relative bias, Relative mean square error, Percent relative efficiency. 2000 MSC: 62E17 ... ... the class of estimators of the form C β ∧ ; C being a constant for which the mean square error (MSE) of C β ∧ is minimum, is β ∧ = − M h t 4 ,... ...ik, L.M. (1984): Alternative multivariate ratio estimators using geometric and harmonic means. Jour. Ind. Soc.Agri. Statist., 36, 110-118. Murthy, M...

... in addition to sample information and analyses their properties. Some estimators are generated from the proposed class and compared with the minimum mean squared error (MMSE) estimator. Numerical computations in terms of percent relative efficiency and absolute relative bias indicate that certain of these estimators substantially improve the MMSE estimator in some guessed...

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International Journal of Mathematical Combinatorics : Volume 4, December 2010

By: Linfan Mao

...vity of Smarandachely Line Splitting Graphs BY B.BASAVANAGOUD and VEENA MATHAD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 08 Separation for Triple-Harmonic Di?erential Operator in Hilbert Space BY E.M.E.ZAYED and S.A.OMRAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Classification of Differentiable Graph BY A. El-Abed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

... Pg 1676 Reptilian Snake Undead Pg 1676 The Gordian Knot Ph 1685 The Meaning of the Gordian Knot Pg 1689 Summation Pg 1703 The Unseen Un... ...before the Big Bang happened. Actual Infinity The definition of Infinite means something is without limits, without bounds, without any end to ... ...it to their smallness The Path of Splitness Chapter One: The Universe 4 means that the smallest finite energy particles would all have to be ex... ...en them. Because if there were any dissimilarity between them, it would then mean that they are made up of even smaller things that cause these dis... ...f unorganized Energy which then systematically organized itself into logical, harmonic organic shapes and dynamics of galaxies, stars and planets. ... ...hematics based upon the base root of 10? It should be based upon the natural harmonic root of 12 but it isn’t. The answer is because the two symbol... ...o work properly and balance each other dynamically. The entire Universe is harmonically balanced, but…it is not balanced perfectly. If it were ba... ...the number 13 and the number 20 as sacred numbers. So… 13 x 20 = 360. Since harmonically, the number 13 is actually the number 1, it represented th... ...rong mathematical system based upon 10 instead of 12; you still end up with a harmonic balance because that is how the Universe is actually structur...

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The Kaluza Concept

By: Keith Young

... and rough meaning and ysical I can pretty much guarantee that you have a a... ...ilies, buying and improving our homes, acquiring our possessions to give “meaning” and “value” to our lives, safe in the knowledge that the Druids ... ...ensible” manner, without which our physical existence would cease to have meaning. Time, in effect, prevents all events from happening at once. ... ...er, corroboration of his story came about two months later by conventional means (namely, a ship)...all the timings were absolutely spot on. Only t... ...gone N.D.E.s say that time is greatly compressed, as if it has no logical meaning. A description of time in this realm, wherever it is, is totally ... ... form of nutshell. The psi-curve just described is actually formed of harmonics, just as a musical sound is. Now, these harmonics actually comp... ... in Fig.26 is formed of a whole panoply of momentum helices (remember the harmonics?) as opposed to the single momentum state depicted in Fig.27, ...

...n destiny through the creation of multiple realities and a process of self-refinement, eventually achieving supreme omniscience. This book proposes a meaning and purpose to all we experience as physical beings....

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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

... an ear. It forces us to match each letter with a sound and vice versa. Meaningless alphabetic symbols correspond with otherwise meaningless sound... ...stern Civilization slid into the shadows of what some call the Dark Ages. Meanwhile two historic Information Technologies—paper and print—were lifti... ...Chinese, some characters represent same-sounding syllables with different meanings. To become literate in Chinese, one must memorize thousands of... ...metry—math applied to space  music—math applied to the time and sound of harmonics and tuning  astronomy—math applied to heavenly time and space.... ...until late in life that I became aware of the vital link between math and harmonics. I‘ve since noticed how common it is for scientists to enjoy musi... ...n technologies as paper and print, the Carolingian Renaissance lacked the means to share widely information about its advances. Carolingian miniscul... ... Sea in beaked longboats. They burned and plundered towns and villages. Meanwhile, the entire Roman Empire began to crumble. Travel on its famous r...

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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

...or an ear. It forces us to match each letter with a sound and vice versa. Meaningless alphabetic symbols correspond with otherwise meaningless sound... ...stern Civilization slid into the shadows of what some call the Dark Ages. Meanwhile two historic Information Technologies—paper and print—were lifti... ...Chinese, some characters represent same-sounding syllables with different meanings. To become literate in Chinese, one must memorize thousands of s... ...metry—math applied to space  music—math applied to the time and sound of harmonics and tuning  astronomy—math applied to heavenly time and space.... ...until late in life that I became aware of the vital link between math and harmonics. I‘ve since noticed how common it is for scientists to enjoy musi... ...n technologies as paper and print, the Carolingian Renaissance lacked the means to share widely information about its advances. Carolingian miniscul... ...th Sea in beaked longboats. They burned and plundered towns and villages. Meanwhile, the entire Roman Empire began to crumble. Travel on its famous r...

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Progress in Physics : The Journal on Advanced Studies in Theoretical and Experimental Physics, Including Related Themes from Mathematics, Volume 2

By: Florentin Smarandache

...M g ,g g ) directly. Only in Minkowski space does r have a direct physical meaning, as mapping (B) indicates, where it is a radial coordinate. Hencefo... .... Henceforth, when I refer to the radial coordinate orr-parameter I always meanr∈(M s ,g s ). The solution for the gravitational feld of the simple co... ...ature singularity at r=0 in terms of f, and with legerdemain reaches it by means of an ad hoc extension in the ludicrous Kruskal-Szekeres formulation.... ...2a). The physical features of(M g ,g g ) must be determined exclusively by means of the resulting g μμ ∈(M g ,g g ), not by foisting upon (M g ,g g ) ... ... that the under action of gravitational waves the model will behave like a harmonic oscillator where the forcing power is in the Riemann- Christoffel ... ... x=2ω˙ y (8.23) and substitute ˙ y=¨ x/2ω into the second one. We obtain a harmonic oscillation equation ¨ x+4ω 2 x=0, (8.24) with respect to the rela... ...ns of motion for a free partic- le, equations (2.6), in a linear polarized harmonic wave a=Asin ω c (ct±x 1 ),b=0 are as follows U 0 +U 1 =ε= const, (... ...velocities U 2 (0) andU 3 (0) are added. Here we see that, besides regular harmonic oscillations, the termtcos ω c (ct±x 1 ) describes oscillations wi... ...in longitudinal oscillations — they are described by solution (9.10). Both harmonic oscillations and unbounded-rising oscillations exist there only if...

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An Apostate: Nawin of Thais

By: Steven David Justin Sills

...ostling him around, and at last fall asleep. This was his hope; but in the meantime there was a languid battle with insomnia and inordinate time that ... ...otic as the old woman and everyone else was. Telling herself that the only means to forfend senility was to be actively engaged in mental diversions, ... ...such were the fathoms of childhood trauma that a facetious play with words meant that devils could be made instantly from gods, and that gods were mad... ...at drenched the ground that they stood upon lugubriously, the two were not meant to stand together. No, the four and the zero were not meant to stay t... ...life, and maintain a lexicographical stance that words like "death" should mean precisely that despite the vehement denials, neologistic concoctions o... ...r all, his aim had initially been to drive to the sea, to see and hear the harmonic continuum of wave upon wave slamming its froth against the shore, ...

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Progress in Physics : The Journal on Advanced Studies in Theoretical and Experimental Physics, Including Related Themes from Mathematics

By: Florentin Smarandache

...ory. Therefore it is concluded that quadrupole mass detectors would be the means by to discovery of waves of the metric. However, the experiment is on... ...utA>. Then, in physics, NON- MATTER is what is not matter, i. e. nonmatter means anti- matter together with unmatter. 2 Classifcation A. Matter is mad... ...umber of antiprotons, and thus the antimatter atom is neutral. C. Unmatter means neither matter nor antimatter, but in between, an entity which has co... ...es, while the ion and un-ion of type 2 have opposite charges. D. Nonmatter means what is not matter, therefore non- matter actually comprises antimatt... ...able part, V, and of a fractal, divergent, nondifferentiable partW of zero mean. Both velocity felds are complex due to a fundamental two- valuedness ... ...size of the simplicial cells (p-loops), upon quantization of a generalized harmonic oscillator, for example, are given by multiples of the Planck scal... ...e scalar polyparticle inC-space. A wave equation for a generalized C-space harmonic oscillator requires to introduce the potential of the form V =κX 2... ...ntum spacetime, resulting from of a Bose-Einstein condensate of theC-space harmonic oscillator. A C-space version of the Dirac Equation, representing ... ... (126) which reminds us of the creation/annihilation operators used in the harmonic oscillator. We shall now review the steps in [127] to reproduce th...

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The Vatican Conspiracy

By: Jonathan Cross

... take shape within the mist – a presence with form and face. An indescribable harmonic rhythm pulsated from an 4 J.Cross/Artemis iridescent, gl... .... “I have a special request. A quiet assignment, Alfredo. Do you know what I mean?” Francis spoke softly as he studied Alfredo. Alfredo didn’t. ... ...Pope quipped in English. 12 J.Cross/Artemis “Forgive me, Holy Father, I meant no disrespect.” “None taken. Please continue, in English, if yo... ...g to leave him. He felt lost in a world of confusion; life no longer held any meaning for him. What happened? What had gone wrong? What had he done w... ...eet again, Senator?" "Of course, anytime." Artemis managed a smile. "In the meantime, I will consider other ideas, besides a war." Artemis wanted ... ... office, the words ‘Cautious. Be cautious, Antonio,’ came to me. What does it mean, Holy Father? Why am I here?" Pope Francis could feel Antonio's ...

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Geometric Theorems, Diophantine Equations, And Arithmetic Functions

By: József Sándor

...c b 2 +c 2 . Here k +1 2 1= = M (k; 1) is the well-known H older mean of argu- ments k and 1. It is known, that M is a strictly increasing... ... proofs of (1), the given proofs are not illuminating, and the geometrical meanings are hidden. Our aim is to obtain a geometric proof of (1), in an i... ...s and inequalities of type (1)-(3). 2. Inequality (1) is proved usually be means of vectors or complex numbers (or Stew- art’s theorem). For proofs, s... ... 1 :::b x i :::x n the sum of all productsx 1 :::b x i :::x n , whereb x i means that the term x i is missing (e.g. n = 3 this sum is x 1 x 3 +x 2 x 3... ... sum is x 1 x 3 +x 2 x 3 +x 1 x 2 ). Then 1 x 1 +::: + 1 x n = 1 x n+1 (2) means that X x 1 :::b x i :::x n jx 1 x 2 :::x n (3) Let d = (x 1 ;x 2 ;:::... ...ibid, 19(2001), 33-40. 7. J. S andor, On a function which generalized the harmonic series, C.R. Acad. Bulg. Sci. 41(1988), 19-21. 8. E.T. Whittaker, ... ... of divisors of n is A(d 1 ;:::;d s ) = d 1 +::: +d s s = (n) d(n) ; the harmonic mean is H(d 1 ;:::;d s ) = s 1 (n) = nd(n) (n) ; while the g...

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Tokyo to Tijuana: Gabriele Departing America

By: Steven David Justin Sills

... in the ravine. In one year they had only searched that park once and in the meantime her body had decomposed. He dreamed of those photographs of skel... ...he last of which would be old age and decay but what was written on them was meaningless. His transparency recently had been to prove his manhood by h... ... for over an hour; and that sentence he would always say, "you must all eat" meaning that every speck of rice left in the bowl should be mixed with ho... ...at made his childhood memories so special: as a child he believed that their meaning would go on forever. The temporary nature of family marshmallow r... ... or what was important. He wasn't even sure how much people were supposed to mean to him, if anything at all. Of his friend, Yang Kwam, what importan... ...fell through the curtain of their bedroom. The breathing of this friend was harmonic beauty and, at that moment, he halfway yearned for him. Evading ... ...she could only lay there in her tomb. Her sterile thoughts were filth. Her harmonic bliss in aloneness was, in illness, devestating and lonely as on... ...d of rain and so he went to a window but could not see the substance of this harmonic pattering in external darkness. He listened to its orphic sound... ... which she would watch for an hour each late afternoon on the Tijuana beach: harmonic and not missing a beat; the mesmerizing splashes cleansing the c...

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Some Smarandache Problems

By: Mladen Vassilev Missana and Krassimir Atanassov

...0; otherwise (4) Therefore, n Y k=1 k [ n k ]¡[ n¡1 k ] = Y k=n k´P d (n) and Proposition 1 is proved. Here and further the symbols Y k=n ² and X k=n ... ...en (24) yields the very interesting inequality ( 1 H n n X k=1 p d (k)) Hn ¸ n Y k=1 ( k p k) H [ n k ] ; where H m denotes the m-th partial sum of th... ...ositive integerk>5;h natural number. Then: p is prime if and only if (p¡k)! is congruent to (¡1) t h(modp); (4) with t=h+d p h e+1: Everywhere abovedx... ...en in A2, using a modi¯cation of (1) { (3), with the help of function ¼ 2 . In A2, A3 three di®erent explicit representations for p 2 (n), where p 2 (... ...1 =1;c 2 =4;c 3 =6;c 4 =8;c 5 =9;c 6 =10;c 7 =12;c 8 =14; c 9 =15;c 10 =16;::: It is trivial to see that for k¸0: ¼ C (k)=k¡¼(k); where ¼(k) as usuall...

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Generalized Partitions and New Ideas on Number Theory and Smarandache Sequences

By: Amarnath Murthy and Charles Ashbacher

...teger Part π n Sequence [ π 1 ], [ π 2 ], [ π 3 ], . . . where [ ] means the integer part of the expression. The first few terms of the sequen... ...ic functions give us another way of generalizing the Arithmetic-Geometric Mean Inequality. One can easily prove that: (x 1 x 2 x 3 x 4 ) 1/4 ≤ [... ...s relatively prime to N is given by (N φ(N))/2. Therefore, the arithmetic mean (A. M.) of the numbers in the sum is N/2. Their geometric mean is giv... ... 1/ φ(N) G. M. = {FI(N)} Using the relationship between these means when the numbers are not all equal (A. M. > G. M.), we have ... ...S 2 = ∑ N - N φ (N) /2 = N(N+1)/2 - N φ (N) /2. Hence the Arithmetic Mean of the numbers relatively prime to N is S 2 /( N - φ (N)) = (N/2)... ... r=1 The sequence of numbers is 1, 3, 10 , … Note: The harmonic series ∑ 1/n satisfies the inequality log(n+1) < ∑ 1/n < log n... ...zed Smarandache Star Function 40-46 Geometric Mean 172-173 Hardy 19 Harmonic Series 178 213 Index of Beauty 169-171, 174-175 Jacobi ...

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Smarandache Sequences, Stereograms and Series

By: Charles Ashbacher

...uctive step Take the nth element where n is congruent to 1 modulo 4, which means that n is also odd and assume that this element is odd. To form the n... ...uctive step Take the nth element where n is congruent to 1 modulo 4, which means that n is also odd and assume that this element is odd. To form eleme... ...od to determine the largest number k, such that k*k ≤ m. If k*k = m, which means the element of the sequence is a perfect square, that fact is noted. ... ... was written that will compute the first partial sums for this series, the harmonic series and the p-series with p = 1.1. The harmonic series is known... ...ed in figure 4. Figure 4 The plot with squares are the partial sums of the harmonic series, the plot of triangles the partial sums of the p-series and... ... 67, 68, 69, 77, 83 Fractal Image 71 Generalized Fibonacci Sequence 68, 69 Harmonic Series 119, 120 Lucas Numbers 68, 69 Mandelbrot Set 71, 76, 83, 87...

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A Set of New Smarandache Functions, Sequences and Conjectures in Number Theory

By: Felice Russo

... = ? Problem 46. Study the convergence of the Pseuto-Smarandache-Totient harmonic series: ¥ = > 1 0 " " ) ( 1 n a number real a is a where n Zt Pr... ...n. Problem 21. Study the convergence of the Pseudo-Smarandache-Squarefree harmonic series: ¥ = ˛ > 1 . 0 ) ( 1 n R a and a where n a Zw Problem 22.... ... ? Problem 22. Study the convergence of the Smarandache Double factorial harmonic series: R a and a where n Sdf n a ˛ > ¥ = 0 ) ( 1 1 Problem 23. ... ... 2 ]0.7, 0.8] 3 ]0.8, 0.9] 92 This means for example that the function ) (x B n intersects the axis 0 a x =... ... 99 Fig. 5.4 As we can see this ratio is a decreasing function of n; this means that for each n is very easy to find a prime q such that n+q is a pri...

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Chicago Manual of Style

By: University of Chicago

...f the case, cannot be endowed with the fixity of rock-ribbed law. They are meant for the average case, and must be applied with a certain degree of... ...ngress (Senate, House of Representatives [the House], Committee of Ways and Means), Parliament (House of Lords, House of Commons), Reichstag, Chambe... ...or church father, and "reformers" used of Reformation leaders, whenever the meaning otherwise would be ambiguous: the Fathers, the early Fathers, t... ...n introducing a complete passage, or sentence which would have independent meaning, as in summarizations and quo- tations not closely connected wit... ...r refusal were three: (I) He did not have the time. (2) He did not have the means; or, at any rate, had no funds available at the moment. (3) He dou... ...d h and long u, use "a" as the form of the indefinite article : a hotel, a harmonic, a historical, a union, [a euphonious word, such a one]. 105. ...

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Bleak House

By: Charles Dickens

...ppeared, had been until lately bent in the most determined manner on by no means enlarging the number of Chancery judges appointed—I be lieve by Rich... ...h the round of every man’s acquaintance, which gives to mon ied might the means abundantly of wearying out the right, which so exhausts finances, pat... ...that he had ever any knowledge, he is not at all likely ever to do. In the meantime his pros pects in life are ended. Another ruined suitor, who peri... ...ddress the Chancellor at the close of the day’s business and who can by no means be made to understand that the Chan cellor is legally ignorant of hi... ...The coroner is to sit in the first floor room at the Sol’s Arms, where the Harmonic Meetings take place twice a week and where the chair is filled by ... ...most awful shapes. He is conducted by the beadle and the land lord to the Harmonic Meeting Room, where he puts his hat on the piano and takes a Winds... ...mmodation he has provided a spe cial little table near the coroner in the Harmonic Meeting Room) should see all that is to be seen. For they are the ... ... melts into the shadowy night and then flares out of it strong in gas. The Harmonic Meeting hour arriving, the gentleman of professional celeb rity t... ...oll, tippy tol li doll, Dee! The jingling piano at last is silent, and the Harmonic friends rally round their pillows. Then there is rest around the l...

... entirely owing to the ?parsimony of the public,? which guilty public, it appeared, had been until lately bent in the most determined manner on by no means enlarging the number of Chancery judges appointed--I believe by Richard the Second, but any other king will do as well....

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Bleak House

By: Charles Dickens

...ppeared, had been until lately bent in the most determined manner on by no means enlarging the number of Chancery judges appointed—I be lieve by Rich... ...h the round of every man’s acquaintance, which gives to mon ied might the means abundantly of wearying out the right, which so exhausts finances, pat... ...that he had ever any knowledge, he is not at all likely ever to do. In the meantime his pros pects in life are ended. Another ruined suitor, who peri... ...ddress the Chancellor at the close of the day’s business and who can by no means be made to understand that the Chan cellor is legally ignorant of hi... ...The coroner is to sit in the first floor room at the Sol’s Arms, where the Harmonic Meetings take place twice a week and where the chair is filled by ... ...most awful shapes. He is conducted by the beadle and the land lord to the Harmonic Meeting Room, where he puts his hat on the piano and takes a Winds... ...mmodation he has provided a spe cial little table near the coroner in the Harmonic Meeting Room) should see all that is to be seen. For they are the ... ... melts into the shadowy night and then flares out of it strong in gas. The Harmonic Meeting hour arriving, the gentleman of professional celeb rity t... ...oll, tippy tol li doll, Dee! The jingling piano at last is silent, and the Harmonic friends rally round their pillows. Then there is rest around the l...

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Maid Marian

By: Thomas Love Peacock

... spreading all his fingers to strike a swell of magnificent chords, felt his harmonic spirit ready to desert his body on being answered by the ghastly... ...d starve us on fast day,” said the little friar. “But that is not the game I mean,” said brother Michael. “Surely, son Michael,” said the abbot, “you ... ...n,” said brother Michael. “Surely, son Michael,” said the abbot, “you do not mean to insinuate that the noble earl will turn freebooter?” “A man must ... ...bishops were the chief usurers of those days, and, as the end sanctifies the means, were not in the least scrupulous of employing what would have been... ... then, so very terrible a damsel?” said Sir Ralph to brother Michael. “By no means,” said the friar. “She has certainly a high spirit; but it is the w... ... knife en militaire, in a manner that seemed to leave it doubtful whether he meant to show respect to his visitor, or to defend his provi sion: but t...

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Diana of the Crossways

By: George Meredith

... us away with sentimentalism. Senti- mental people, in her phrase, ‘fiddle harmonics on the strings of sensualism,’ to the delight of a world gaping f... ...g of a motive life with women must be in the head, equally with men (by no means a truism when she wrote). Also that ‘men do not so much fear to lose ... ...d, and goaded by an appetite, sustained by sheer gratifications. Fiddle in harmonics as it may, it will have these gratifications at all costs. Should... ...the words on his memory, to see subsequently whether they had a vestige of meaning. T er- rifically precocious, he thought her. Lady Dunstane, in her ... ...r’s pres- ence; whereupon a voice was heard: ‘Oh! if it was minuetting you meant before the lady, I’d never have disputed your right to perform, sir.’... ...year, two thousand, are as nothing in the calculation of a householder who means that the mistress of the house shall have the choicest of the fruits ... ...n an Esquimaux squaw. I’ll never live to hear a lady insulted.’ ‘You don’t mean to say you’re the donkey to provoke a duel!’ Mr. Redworth burst out gr... ...an was justly mated with a devious filmy sentimentalist, likely to ‘fiddle harmonics on the sensual strings’ for him at a mad rate in the years to com... ...idea of her loving. The woman who talked of the sentimentalist’s ‘fiddling harmonics,’ herself stressed the material chords, in her attempt to escape ...

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Gambara

By: Honoré de Balzac

...ting about him from time to time, with feverish keenness, a glance that he meant to be cautious. On seeing Andrea, whose attire bespoke consider- able... ...f /libretti/, he beheld a simple, unpretentious man, whose manners and de- meanor were in nothing strange and did not lack dignity. Without the fainte... ...s head for- 16 Gambara ward, to glance with pity at the musician and with meaning at the Count, muttering in his ear, “E matto!” Then came a moment w... ...ge hallucination, and thought of Gambara and Giardini as two abstractions. Meanwhile, after a last piece of buffoonery from the deaf conductor in repl... ...lf to an enterprise that will rob her of her young husband’s love. Mahomet means to conquer the world; this his wife has guessed, and she supports him... ... religion that lives in that beautiful song in E major, with its wonderful harmonic and melodic progression in the words: “Car dans les cieux, comme s... ... ous in light. And here I was amazed to find that after such lavish use of harmonic treasure, the composer had come upon a new vein with the splendid ...

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The Heir of Redclyffe

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...and held up her finger, smiled, and took the little girl’s hand, listening meanwhile to the announcement, ‘Do you hear this, mamma? Here’s a shocking ... ...—all with as little answer as if he had been talking to a statue.’ ‘Do you mean that Sir Guy did not like it?’ ‘He did in his own way. There was now a... ...eud in your pocket till you can bury it in old Sir Guy’s grave, unless you mean to fight it out with his grandson, which would be more roman- tic and ... ... bony fingers, pinching her ‘soft pinky cushions,’ as he called them, ‘not meant for studying anatomy upon.’ ‘ Ah! you two spoil each other sadly,’ sa... ...ad in his mouth, let me know.’ Charlotte started up. ‘Charles, what do you mean? Such things don’t happen now.’ ‘Nevertheless, there is a deadly feud ... ...t makes one think what the ear must be that can take in the whole of those harmonics.’ ‘How I should like to hear it!’ ‘And see it. 0 Amy! to show you...

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Bleak House

By: Charles Dickens

...that few who have not been in such a condition can quite understand what I mean or what painful unrest arose from this source. For the same reason I a... ...op of fine fresh hearts like his have I seen in my time turned by the same means!” Bleak House – Volume Two 8 I could not help expressing something ... ...ad been my father. I resolved in my own mind in this little pause, by some means, to see Richard when I grew strong and try to set him right. “There a... ...r estates.” I was much impressed by her allusion to Richard and by the sad meaning, so sadly illustrated in her poor pinched Bleak House – Volume Tw... ...ot once, yet!” I was obliged to confess that I did not quite know what she meant. “My physician, Mr. Woodcourt, my dear, who was so ex ceedingly atte... ...d. The Sol skilfully carries a vein of the prevailing interest through the Harmonic nights. Little Swills, in what are profession ally known as “patt...

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My Dear Strunz: I Should Beungrateful If I Did Not Set

By: Honoré de Balzac

...ght with flowers, no statues, no pictures, no more joy, no money—the great means to enjoyment! V enice, the London of the Middle Ages, was falling sto... ...nowing little air she put on as she said, ‘Till this evening!’ Perhaps she means to come and break the spell. What a fine bed! and in the bed-place su... ...that I am leaving you agitata!” 18 Massimilla Doni The Duke departed. His mean spirit was no surprise to Emilio. Every man who has accustomed himself... .... Only long custom and keen observation can ever reveal to a foreigner the meaning of Italian life, which is like the free sky of the south, and where... ...s allow of perpetual satisfaction, and necessitate a constant study of the means fitted to insure it, though hid- den under apparent light-heartedness... ...will hear the ominous melody the maestro has engrafted on to this profound harmonic composition, wor- thy to compare with the most elaborate structure...

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Redgauntlet

By: Sir Walter Scott

...- served reproaches against their leader. Indeed, such censures were by no means frequent among those of his followers who, if what was alleged had be... ...rince’s character and conduct, whether well regulated or otherwise. In the meantime that great Jacobite conspiracy, of which the insurrection of 1745-... ...t into the field. The surprising ef- fect which had been produced by small means, in 1745-6, animated their hopes for more important successes, when t... ...rk blot upon the memory of George II, being al- most publicly imputed to a mean and personal hatred of Donald Cameron of Lochiel, the sufferer’s heroi... ...ternative, which, if seriously enforced, as it was likely to be, he had no means whatever of resisting, by leaving the kingdom as of his own free will... ... flying fingers, like Timotheus, from shift to shift —struck arpeggios and harmonic tones, but without exciting any of the astonishment which I had ex...

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Around the World in 80 Days

By: Jules Verne

...one of the numerous societies which swarm in the English capital, from the Harmonic to that of 4 Around the World in 80 Days the Entomologists, found... ... in vain searched for a master after his own heart. Passepartout was by no means one of those pert dunces depicted by Moliere with a bold gaze and a n... ... the end of a dark entry; nor did it return to its place for half an hour. Meanwhile, the cashier had not so much as raised his head. But in the prese... ...ell during the rubber, after which Stuart took up its thread. “What do you mean by `once’? Has the world grown smaller?” “Certainly,” returned Ralph. ... ...allentin. “It’s only a joke.” “When I say I’ll wager,” returned Stuart, “I mean it.” “All right,” said Mr. Fogg; and, turning to the others, he contin... ...theoretically and on paper, in this minimum of time, and with the existing means of trav- elling. The Times, Standard, Morning Post, and Daily News, a...

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Paradise Lost

By: John Milton

... good, Our labour must be to pervert that end, And out of good still to find means of evil; Which oft times may succeed, so as perhaps Shall grieve hi... ...sent Paradise Lost Milton 18 With his industrious crew to build in hell. Mean while the winged Haralds by command Of Sovran power, with awful Cere... ... have feign’d, or fear conceiv’d, GORGONS and HYDRA’S, and CHIMERA’S dire. Mean while the Adversary of God and Man, SATAN with thoughts inflam’d of ... ... advance Thy miscreated Front athwart my way To yonder Gates? through them I mean to pass, That be assur’d, without leave askt of thee: Retire, or tas... ...oy thou took’st With me in secret, that my womb conceiv’d A growing burden. Mean while Warr arose, And fields were fought in Heav’n; wherein remaind ... ... or nightly rounding walk With Heav’nly touch of instrumental sounds In full harmonic number joind, thir songs Divide the night, and lift our thoughts...

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Paradise Lost

By: John Milton

...d, Our labour must be to pervert that end, And out of good still to find means of evil; 165 Which oft times may succeed, so as perhaps Shall gr... ...ns, but was headlong sent 750 With his industrious crew to build in hell. Mean while the winged Haralds by command Of Sovran power, with awful Ce... ...e feign’d, or fear conceiv’d, GORGONS and HYDRA’S, and CHIMERA’S dire. Mean while the Adversary of God and Man, SATAN with thoughts inflam’d o... ...ance Thy miscreated Front athwart my way To yonder Gates? through them I mean to pass, That be assur’d, without leave askt of thee: 685 Retire,... ...u took’st 765 With me in secret, that my womb conceiv’d A growing burden. Mean while Warr arose, And fields were fought in Heav’n; wherein remain... ...htly rounding walk 685 With Heav’nly touch of instrumental sounds In full harmonic number joind, thir songs Divide the night, and lift our though...

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Biographical Essays

By: Thomas de Quincey

... author of the Tatler, a very different explanation is requisite. Steevens means the reader to under- stand Addison; but it does not follow that the p... ... like ourselves, to see the effect of passionate mu- sic and “deep-inwoven harmonics” upon the feeling of an idiot, we may conceive what we mean. Such... ...p-inwoven harmonics” upon the feeling of an idiot, we may conceive what we mean. Such music does not utterly revolt the idiot; on the contrary, it has... ... sad effect of throwing a baleful gleam upon his blighted condition. Do we mean, then, to compare Addison with an idiot? Not gen- erally, by any means... ...e.” Here now we have wilful, delib- erate falsehood. Obsolete, in Dryden’s meaning, does not imply that he was so with regard to his popularity, (the ... ...rged upon the public, not one in a thousand of whom was furnished with any means of comparing, but exclusively upon those (viz., theatrical man- agers...

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Sketches

By: Charles Dickens

...front court, and when he wants something to drink with them—which is by no means an uncommon circum- stance—he lifts up the old lady’s knocker with hi... ...e (we were in a state of bachelorship then), wondered what on earth it all meant, until we heard the eldest Miss Willis, in propria persona say, with ... ...ar bit of broken looking-glass rested on the sill inside. I suppose it was meant for the people’s use, but their appearance was so wretched, and so mi... ... bad enough, but there was a sort of quiet misery—if you understand what I mean by that, sir—about a lady at one house I was put into, as touched me a... ...at night, with Mrs. Johnson Parker in the chair, to con- sider of the best means of recovering the ground they had lost in the favour of the parish. W... ...re musical portion of the play-going commu- nity betake themselves to some harmonic meeting. As a matter of curiosity let us follow them thither for a... ...an him, had been flaring away like winkin’—going to the theatre—supping at harmonic meetings—eating oysters by the barrel—drinking stout by the gallon... ..., cocked over his right eye—don’t pity him. He is not shabby-genteel. The ‘harmonic meetings’ at some fourth-rate public-house, or the purlieus of a p...

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Essays

By: Ralph Waldo Emerson

...vations as what has befallen us. Each new law and po- litical movement has meaning for you. Stand before each of its tablets and say, ‘Under this mask... ...e; and as crabs, goats, scorpions, the balance and the waterpot lose their meanness when hung as signs in the zodiac, so I can see my own vices withou... ...nipular convenience, it will lose all the good of verifying for itself, by means of the wall of that rule. Somewhere, sometime, it will demand and fin... ...magination and not of the fancy, are uni- versal verities. What a range of meanings and what per- 20 Essays petual pertinence has the story of Promet... ... is man agent or patient. Tantalus is but a name for you and me. Tantalus means the impossibility of drinking the waters of thought which are always ... ...uman embryo predict the light? the ear of Handel predict the witchcraft of harmonic sound? Do not the constructive fingers of Watt, Fulton, Whittemore...

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Sketches

By: Charles Dickens

...front court, and when he wants something to drink with them—which is by no means an uncommon circum- stance—he lifts up the old lady’s knocker with hi... ...e (we were in a state of bachelorship then), wondered what on earth it all meant, until we heard the eldest Miss Willis, in propria persona say, with ... ...ar bit of broken looking-glass rested on the sill inside. I suppose it was meant for the people’s use, but their appearance was so wretched, and so mi... ... bad enough, but there was a sort of quiet misery—if you understand what I mean by that, sir—about a lady at one house I was put into, as touched me a... ...at night, with Mrs. Johnson Parker in the chair, to con- sider of the best means of recovering the ground they had lost in the favour of the parish. W... ...re musical portion of the play-going commu- nity betake themselves to some harmonic meeting. As a matter of curiosity let us follow them thither for a... ...an him, had been flaring away like winkin’—going to the theatre—supping at harmonic meetings—eating oysters by the barrel—drinking stout by the gallon... ..., cocked over his right eye—don’t pity him. He is not shabby-genteel. The ‘harmonic meetings’ at some fourth-rate public-house, or the purlieus of a p...

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The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope

By: Gilfillan

...But ’tis the fall degrades her to a whore: Let greatness own her and she’s mean no more. Her birth, her beauty, crowds and courts confess, Chaste matr... ... Infer the motive from the deed, and show That what we chanced was what we meant to do. Behold! if fortune or a mistress frowns, Some plunge in busine... ...Who combats bravely is not therefore brave, He dreads a death-bed like the meanest slave: Who reasons wisely is not therefore wise, His pride in reaso... ...ar made a noble dame a whore; 9 In this the lust, in that the avarice Were means, not ends; ambition was the vice. That very Cæsar, born in Scipio’s d... ...s, at an army’s head, Hemm’d round with glories, pilfer cloth or bread: As meanly plunder as they bravely fought, Now save a people, and now save a gr... ...ons, and three groats to pay. So swells each windpipe; ass intones to ass, Harmonic twang! of leather, horn, and brass; Such as from labouring lungs t...

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The Perfect Wagnerite : A Commentary on the Ring of the Niblungs

By: George Bernard Shaw

...se thoughtless ones pursue only their narrower personal ends and can by no means understand the aims of a god? Godhead, face to face with Stupidity, m... ...mpire of law, and establish a true republic of free thought. This is by no means the only difficulty in the dominion of Law. The brute force for its e... ... we shall see the Hero arrive and make an end of dwarfs, giants, and gods. Meanwhile, let us not forget that godhood means to W agner infirmity and co... ...and death. The musical phrase accompanying this out- burst was a veritable harmonic and melodic bogey to mid- century ears, though time has now robbed... ... of the existing order. How is the world to be protected against it in the meantime? Clearly Loki’s help is needed here: it is the Lie that must, on t... ...n some soup for him so that he may murder him safely when Fafnir is slain. Meanwhile Siegfned forges and tempers and ham- mers and rivets, uproariousl... ... 52 The Perfect Wagnerite to a later and more masterful phase of Wagner’s harmonic style. It first came into Wagner’s head as an opera to be en- titl...

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