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exhilarating discovery of love is expressed through an odic idiom of
(23) Whitman's reworking of the conventions of odic address is so explicit in "Out of the Cradle" that it verges on parody, if parody were possible without irony--and it was in the nineteenth century.
She also seemed to advocate the surprisingly popular idea of odylic (or odic) force, believed to be a natural magnetic force that individuals emitted which could be intercepted by those with the skill or ability to do so.
The solution allows for peri odic incremental backups and subsequently restoring them in the right order.
Frimatec UK Ltd of Unit 5, The Townsend Centre, Blackburn Road, Houghton Regis, Bedfordshire, tel:0158 247 1600 are currently launching a range of stainless steel chillers and freezers in conjunction with the French company ODIC. These cabinets are built with polyurethane foam insulation, reversible single doors, fully removable internal stainless steel racks and adjustable legs.
He cited the provincial government's Substance Use Recovery and Enlightenment project, which established the Outpatient Drop-In Center (ODIC) at the provincial capitol and the Residential Treatment Rehabilitation Center (RTRC) inside the military camp of the Army's 401st Infantry Brigade in Barangay New Leyte here.
The Nissan Micra, Sunny, Tiida hatchback , Sentra and Altima are now available with attracA[degrees] tive benefits including free registration, free extended warranty for six years and free oneA[degrees] year or 10,000km (whichever comes first) periA[degrees] odic maintenance.
As Pushkin undoubtedly knew, the sacralization of monarchy was a commonplace of the odic tradition.
Kenyon's The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1897) or, in tantalizingly brief excerpts, in Margaret Reynold's Norton Critical Edition (1996), in Florentine Friends we find these letters in full, in the context of other newly published letters that speak to Aurora Leigh's contemporary contexts: for example, the "Odic water" mentioned in an 1855 letter (p.
In this essay, I will examine "Ode to a Nightingale" and "Ode on a Grecian Urn" and concentrate in them on the rhetorical device of apostrophe, the figure of address--often taken to be constitutive of odic form--whereby the poetic speaker establishes I--thou relationships with inanimate entities.