When a remembered event has a remembered context, this may occur in two ways, either (a) by successive images in the same order as their prototypes, or (b) by remembering a whole process simultaneously, in the same way in which a present process may be apprehended, through akoluthic sensations which, by fading, acquire the mark of just-pastness in an increasing degree as they fade
, and are thus placed in a series while all sensibly present.
Across the willow-lake a temple shines, Pale, through the lotus-girdled isle of pines, And twilight listens to the drip of oars -- The coming of dark boats with scented stores Of orange seed; the mist leans from the hill, While palm leaves sway 'twixt wind and water chill, And waves of smoke like phantoms rise and fade
Into a trembling tangle of green jade.
When I heard the voices die away, and saw the quiet evening cloud grow dim, and all the colours in the valley fade
, and the golden snow upon the mountain-tops become a remote part of the pale night sky, yet felt that the night was passing from my mind, and all its shadows clearing, there was no name for the love I bore her, dearer to me, henceforward, than ever until then.
The roofs shall fade
before it, The house-beams shall fall, And the Karela, the bitter Karela, Shall cover it all!
said the disappointed harpooner, who saw his dreams of fresh meat fade
) or Wedensky inhibition occurs when the tetanic contraction is characterized by a poorly sustained muscular contraction that follows a fast muscular contraction of high amplitude.
Each depicts a poster showing the hairstyles available within--including, of course, fades