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Logocracy - Historical Examples
... A visiting foreigner, "Mustapha Rub-a-dub Keli Khan", describes it as such, by which he means that via the tricky use of words, one can have power over others ... Mustapha describes how The Soviet Union was described by Nobel Prize winner Czesław Miłosz, as a logocracy ... Moreover, after the revolution Luciano Pellicani describes how a "language reform plan" was introduced by Kisselev ...
Thin-slicing - Blink
... In this book, the author goes through and describes interesting examples and research which exploit the idea of thin-slicing ... Gladwell describes how a museum purchases an Art Sculpture brought to the J ... John Gottman, a well-known Marital expert, describes how within an hour of observing a couple, he can gather with 95% accuracy if the couple will be together within 15 ...
Trailanga Swami - Teachings
... Telang Swami describes bondage as "attachment to the world" and liberation as "renunciation of the world and absorption in God." He further says that after attaining the state of ... The Swami describes man's senses as his enemy and his controlled senses as his friend ... to follow the "Vedantic truth from the Guru." He describes a Sadhu as the one who is free from attachment and delusion ...
Bawarij
... Ibn Batuta describes them being warships with oars, fifty rowers, and fifty men-at-arms and wooden roofs to protect against arrows and stones ... Tabari describes them in an attack upon Basra in 866 CE as having one pilot (istiyam), three fire-throwers (naffatun), a baker, a carpenter and thirty-nine rowers and fighters making up a ...
Adiposopathy - Society and Culture
... Cardiomyopathy describes heart (cardiac) disease myopathy describes muscle disease encephalopathy describes brain disease ophthalmopathy describes eye disease retinopathy describes eye disease ... Adiposopathy describes the disease of fat cell and fat tissue that frequently occurs with excessive fat weight gain ...

Famous quotes containing the word describes:

    There are many definite methods, honest and dishonest, which make people rich; the only “instinct” I know of which does it is that instinct which theological Christianity crudely describes as “the sin of avarice.”
    Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874–1936)

    Science is the language of the temporal world; love is that of the spiritual world. Man, indeed, describes more than he explains; while the angelic spirit sees and understands. Science saddens man; love enraptures the angel; science is still seeking, love has found. Man judges of nature in relation to itself; the angelic spirit judges of it in relation to heaven. In short to the spirits everything speaks.
    Honoré De Balzac (1799–1850)

    So all that is said of the wise man by Stoic or Oriental or modern essayist, describes to each reader his own idea, describes his unattained but attainable self.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)