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EMPHASISEarly Modern Philosophy and the Scientific Imagination Seminar (University of London; UK)
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Plymdale, with emphasis, "I must say, anybody would suppose you and Mr.
This requires, (1) Unity, (2) Variety, (3) Order, (4) Proportion, and (5) due Emphasis of parts.
Does he produce his impressions by full enumeration of details, or by emphasis on prominent or characteristic details?
Romanticism, which in general prevails in modern literature, lays most emphasis on independence and fulness of expression and on strong emotion, and it may be comparatively careless of form.
He nodded gravely, and added with awful emphasis - 'I thought it incumbent upon me to do so.
His eyes add an emphasis to that reply which is not to be mistaken.
It was only the SOUND that helped him, not the meaning; [3] and so, at last, when he learned that the emphasis was not on the first syllable, his only stay and support was gone, and he faded away and died.
He will die as Bar Comas, your jeddak, sees fit, if at all," replied the young ruler, with emphasis and dignity.
When she spoke it was without any emphasis, as though it were quite a natural thing to say.
he spoke this last word with particular emphasis as if in it lay the gist of the matter.
whispered Lady Ashby, with bitter emphasis, as he slowly trotted by.
Mimicking her husband, she threw an emphasis on the word "criminal," as Alexey Alexandrovitch did.