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wagnerite

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Mg2(PO4)F A yellow, grayish, flash-red, or greenish, monoclinic mineral consisting of magnesium fluophosphate.
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Daub, too, wishes to explore the Wagnerian thought-system, and in particular the thought that love is "'the salvation without which force is brutality, and freedom is pure randomness' .
Wilke te Brummelstroete, a Wagnerian mezzo with considerable experience singing Baroque works, was particularly notable, as was tenor Peter Hoare.
Nilsson s most famous role was that of Isolde in Richard Wagner s opera "Tristan und Isolde", with which she took La Scala by storm in 1956 and established her credentials as one of the 20th century s great Wagnerian sopranos.
A veritable Wagnerian delirium flooded across the standing, cheering, sparse audience.
Both lovers of Wagnerian opera as well as readers interested in the melding of Eastern and Western religious and philosophical thought will thoroughly enjoy this book.
The finale was one of controlled exuberance, the playing tight, with the strings displaying rare bloom, the concluding measures practically Wagnerian.
They sat entranced by the works of Vivaldi and Rimsky Korsakov in the autumn twilight while a battle of Wagnerian proportions raged a mile away.
The trick which he pulls off is to hold these pieces together so the sequential effect--akin to a great Wagnerian cycle--becomes epic in both scale and sensation.
or "Gesamtkunstwerk" (1983), named after the Wagnerian vision, allowed the curator's own passions and obsessions to fully materialize, and through them, Szeemann's unique signature became most legible.
Viewers of The Return of the King will be overwhelmed by the Wagnerian scope of Jackson's film panorama: vast armies of orcs and trolls, equipped with terrifying siege engines, attacking the pinnacled fortress-city of Minas Tirith; the horrifying Nazgul, stooping Valkyrie-like to pluck soldiers from horseback and battlement; an army of phantoms, the shades of "oath-breakers" who have been cursed as a consequence of having reneged on a promise to fight the Dark Lord Sauron in an earlier age; an attack by a nightmarish spider realistic enough to make even the most jaded audience cringe; and a CGI Gollum even more tragic, more conflicted, and more dastardly than in the previous film, The Two Towers.
In these gripping narratives, it is the aesthetic observations which linger - the sight of the aurora, the Wagnerian sound of ice breaking and the sensation of another presence out there on the ice.
Late last year, editors of The Wagnerian, the student paper at Wagner College in Staten Island, joined a growing trend in collegiate journalism by starting a regular sex advice column.