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A single, rough coat of stucco on a wall; often scored with a tool to form imitation masonry joints.
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And Svyturys Arena has proved it can host any performer and performance, even as extra-terrestrial-looking and sounding like Stifters Dinge.
Pieter-Dirk Uys het dit reggekry om--in 'n tyd toe die land oor sekere dinge nie gepraat het nie--die teater te gebruik as 'n platform om die ongehoorde dinge wel te se.
8220;In general, I try not to prescribe to the notion of a strict concept when it come to abstract works,” says Dinge, who originally hails from the Adirondacks in Upstate New York and relocated to Providence over a decade ago.
For his latest release, Stifters Dinge (Stifter's Things), one might add "documentary music" to the descriptors, as this hour-long piece highlights the growing pains of a species-human beings-in a constantly changing environment.
In sommige kulture word daar geglo dat vrouens met te veel dinge wat aan hulle vasgeheg is, gebore word en dat dit afgesny moet word om die 'perfekte' vrou te word, soos in die geval met die skending van vroulike geslagsdele.
Think of the improvised and accidental mash-ups in Richard Wentworth's photographic series "Making Do and Getting By," or the way that materials in Peter Fischli and David Weiss's video Der Lauf der Dinge ("The Way Things Go), 1987, seem to act without regard for what they were originally "supposed" to be "for.
Jahrhundert uber die Frage, ob die Worter das Wesen der Dinge enthalten oder auf einer willkurlichen Vereinbarung der Sprachgemeinschaft beruhen bzw.
Er vertritt den Standpunkt, dass es die Pflicht der wissenschaftlichen Forschung ist, diese Dinge zu untersuchen, obwohl es augenscheinlich ist, dass man niemals ein eindeutiges Resultat erzielen kann.
It presents Weigel's Informatorium (1576), the fragmentary Naturliche Auslegung von der Schopfung (1577: the first two chapters of this work are missing), and the Viererlei Auslegung von der Schopfung (1582), which is incomplete; this edition follows many printed versions in publishing an earlier work, Vom Ursprung aller Dinge (1577), in the place of the fourth Auslegung.
As such it is fitting that several of Huchel's great poems, including 'Wie die Dinge aus Ton' and 'Abschied von den Hirten', as well as those of Kunze and a number of other German poets, are here too in new translations.
After making reference to the socio-cultural context of fin-de-siecle Vienna --in which Otto Weininiger's work appears-- I describe in this paper the main characteristics of the influence that Weininger's Uber die letzten Dinge had on Ludwig Wittgenstein.