EWIG

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EWIGElectronic Warfare Integration Guide
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Particularly sculpturesque and plastic, so to say, and richly colored is that passage where you feel Cordelia's approach, where woman, das ewig Weibliche, enters into conflict with fate.
In this respect, we can reread the distinctions of the light from the first hymn and its figurative language--the glittering, ever-resting stone; the sensuous sucking plant; the golden flood of grapes [der funkelnde ewig ruhende Stein; die sinnige, saugende Pflanze; der goldenen Flut der Trauben]--not as an abnegation of the light but as performing the tensions inherent in the desire for non-distinction, for a feeling without organs and media.
See also Joseph Francese, 'To Do Something Fur ewig', forthcoming in Rethinking Marxism.
3 Aber die Lehrer werden leuchten wie der Glanz des Firmaments, und die viele zur Gerechtigkeit gefuhrt haben, wie die Sterne fur immer und ewig."
(5.) Frieda Schwabe, Die Frauengestalten Wagners als Typen des "Ewig Weiblichen" (Munich: F.
Paul's as a laborer - makes him a builder of the Holy See, in keeping with western tradition (Ewig, 1976(1), 84).
Tog is sy moedeloosheid met die politieke bestel duidelik in die stelling dat die menseryk "net so ewig" is soos die "grensposte van die mense".
(22.) Arancibia F, Bauer TT, Ewig S, Mensa J, Gonzales J, Niederman MS, et al.
In this work Schlegel writes as follows: Ja wir alle, die wir Menschen sind, haben immer und ewig keinen andern Gegenstand und keinen andern Stoff aller Tatigkeit und aller Freude, als das eine Gedicht der Gottheit, dessen Teil und Blute auch wir sind--die Erde.
A phrase from one of Wuhr's cited passages might serve as the motto for the entire volume: "die lustvolle neuerfindung des ewig gleichen."
In searching out these characteristics, Donald Mitchell cites a noteworthy aspect of the work: both its texts sing praises of the force of creativity, whether in the idea of a godhead as fount of life ("Creator") or in the more sensual implications of Goethe's "ewig Weibliche." Thus, the symphony's monolithic nature and formal affinities with the Baroque tradition can be seen as a reflection of Mahler's ambition to create "a kind of hymn to love" (p.