This then, it seems, is what generated al-Ma'arri's jarring juxtaposition of the Islamic pilgrims or "Quraysh" (in the Luzum ma la yalzam editions, see below) and Mecca in the first hemistich with the extinct semi-legendary Arab tribes of Jadls and Tasm in the second.
What is Tasm?" (2.) I see time wreaking destructions on men's souls And erasing, 'til no word or trace of them remains.
To start, we can speculate that a first possibility that comes to mind is a proper noun, Tasm. Within the originally oral-formulaic nature of Arabic poetry with its conventional poetic associations and formulae, the name Tasm virtually spontaneously generates its legendary mate, Jadls.
Przyczyna sa rozne rodzaje tasm naglownych, w ktore wyposazane sa polmaski.
Przyczyna tak duzych zmian tlumienia nausznikow sa wypukle elementy regulacji tasm naglownych tych masek, przez co powstaja szczeliny miedzy poduszkami uszczelniajacymi nausznika i twarza uzytkownika.
Some 200 of the US Navy's 500 remaining Tasms
were to be converted at a unit cost of around $1.3 million.
Then there's the temperature thing: the TASM
memory process works only at cryogenic temperatures, making it a bit more difficult to manage within existing systems.
The first TASM
and TLAM installations in US Navy warships were in four-cell armoured box launchers mounted on deck but they are now launched from the Mk.41 vertical launch system (VLS).
Runner- up was Pinky the Punk, by TasmS
in Liberty, and Eden which was praised for having "a very realistic body and face, great posture".