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IMAGEIntegrated Mapping & Gravity Estimation
IMAGEImager for Magnetopause-to-Aurora Global Exploration
IMAGEIntervention with Microfinance for AIDS and Gender Equity (South Africa)
IMAGEIllinois Measure of Annual Growth in English
IMAGEInternational Multicentre ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) Genetics Consortium
IMAGEIntegrated Molecular Analysis of Genomes and their Expression
IMAGEInternational Multicenter Angina Exercise
IMAGEInternational Multi-Channel Action Group for Education
IMAGEIntegrated Model for Assessment of the Greenhouse Effect
IMAGEImpacting All Generations (religious group)
IMAGEIntegrated Mapping and Geographic Encoding System
IMAGEInstitute of Management and Agriculture Extension (India)
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On entering the shop, the artist glanced at the inflexible image of king, commander, dame, and allegory, that stood around, on the best of which might have been bestowed the questionable praise that it looked as if a living man had here been changed to wood, and that not only the physical, but the intellectual and spiritual part, partook of the stolid transformation.
Copley," answered Drowne, turning his back upon Wolfe's image in apparent disgust.
Violet and Peony would not be aware of their immortal playmates,--only they would see that the image grew very beautiful while they worked at it, and would think that they themselves had done it all.
And she saw Violet and Peony,--indeed, she looked more at them than at the image,--she saw the two children still at work; Peony bringing fresh snow, and Violet applying it to the figure as scientifically as a sculptor adds clay to his model.
"Say, rather, that it is your own image, loveliest incorporation of perceptible incarnations," interrupted Tom, determined to go for the whole, and recalling some rare specimens of magazine eloquence-- "Talk not of images, obdurate maid, when you are nothing but an image yourself."
Perhaps, in Jerry's brain, the rising into the foreground of consciousness of an image of a log awash connoted more intimate and fuller comprehension of the thing being thought about, than did the word "crocodile," and its accompanying image, in the foreground of a human's consciousness.
Are you sure you didn't betray yourself, when she showed the image of wax?"
Now take a line which has been cut into two unequal parts, and divide each of them again in the same proportion, and suppose the two main divisions to answer, one to the visible and the other to the intelligible, and then compare the subdivisions in respect of their clearness and want of clearness, and you will find that the first section in the sphere of the visible consists of images. And by images I mean, in the first place, shadows, and in the second place, reflections in water and in solid, smooth and polished bodies and the like: Do you understand?
I frequently passed the little temples reposing in the shadows of the taboo groves and beheld the offerings--mouldy fruit spread out upon a rude altar, or hanging in half-decayed baskets around some uncouth jolly-looking image; I was present during the continuance of the festival; I daily beheld the grinning idols marshalled rank and file in the Hoolah Hoolah ground, and was often in the habit of meeting those whom I supposed to be the priests.
And beneath, in the mirror of the brook, there was the flower-girdled and sunny image of little Pearl, pointing her small forefinger too.
This repetition checked the rising up of fresh images and memories, which he felt were thronging in his brain.
Otherwise we shall be compelled to believe that all our knowledge, all our store of images and memories, all our mental habits, are at all times existing in some latent mental form, and are not merely aroused by the stimuli which lead to their display.