SOUL


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AcronymDefinition
SOULSoundtrack of Our Lives (band)
SOULSpirit of Unconditional Love
SOULSoftware for University Libraries
SOULSmalltalk Open Unification Language
SOULSchool of Unity and Liberation (social change group; Oakland, CA)
SOULSave Our Unique Lands
SOULSoft Outcomes Universal Learning (UK)
SOULSides of Unequal Length (music label)
SOULSeekers of Unexplained Louisiana (est. 2006)
References in classic literature ?
Then we may fairly assume that they are two, and that they differ from one another; the one with which man reasons, we may call the rational principle of the soul, the other, with which he loves and hungers and thirsts and feels the flutterings of any other desire, may be termed the irrational or appetitive, the ally of sundry pleasures and satisfactions?
For persons are love's world, and the coldest philosopher cannot recount the debt of the young soul wandering here in nature to the power of love, without being tempted to unsay, as treasonable to nature, aught derogatory to the social instincts.
BODY AND SOUL TO LUCIFER PRINCE OF THE EAST, AND HIS MINISTER
I would know the moment I set my eyes upon a creature without a soul.
Is it strange that the religious peace and trust, which had upborne him hitherto, should give way to tossings of soul and despondent darkness?
The voice of the sea is seductive; never ceasing, whispering, clamoring, murmuring, inviting the soul to wander for a spell in abysses of solitude; to lose itself in mazes of inward contemplation.
Revenge is in thy soul: wherever thou bitest, there ariseth black scab; with revenge, thy poison maketh the soul giddy!
So far she had seemed all but oblivious of my presence, but now she gave me a sweet smile of gratitude, one of those irradiating transfiguring smiles that change the whole face, and belong to few faces, the heavenly smile of a pure soul.
Music herself, the analysis of the musical soul, in the characteristic episodes of its development is a wholly new range of poetic subject in which Mr.
Back into the chamber turning, all my soul within me burning, Soon I heard again a tapping somewhat louder than before.
Never has more feeling and more tenderness been expressed in a farewell, for is it not fraught with the life and soul of one who can never hope again, and must be henceforth as one dead?
Now," cried the enthusiastic little man at the top of his voice, "the overflowing happiness bursts out of me at every pore of my skin, like a perspiration; for on my faith, and soul, and honour, the something is done at last, and the only word to say now is--Right- all-right