The "meaning" of Casino Royale rests in Lessig's defense of remix: "meaning comes not from the content of what [remixers] say; it comes from the reference, which is expressible
only if it is the original that gets used" (74).
The complexity of the emerging world requires from America a more historical approach than the insistence that every problem has a final solution expressible
in programmes with specific time limits not infrequently geared to our political process.
we believe that when the propitious moment arrives, when what was inexpressible becomes expressible
, when events have created a universal mood of revolutionary discontent with the existing system, when tensions reach the boiling point, the American intelligentsia, together with the American wage earners and the ever vaster, ever multiplying, ever angrier and, one hopes, awakened middle class, will rise against the capitalist system and salvage the positive parts of America and bring about radical change.
Is it I then that keep saying there is an hour Filled with expressible
bliss, in which I have No need, am happy, forget need's golden hand, Am satisfied without solacing majesty, And if there is an hour there is a day, There is a month, a year, there is a time In which majesty is a mirror of the self: I have not but I am and as I am, I am.
Gross purulent material was expressible
from the clavicular wound.
In so doing, we shall in general disregard the conformal mapping used in  and consider an arbitrary, very general torsion field expressible
as a linear combination of the electromagnetic and material spin fields.
All specifications (visesana) are expressible
in words, of which Brahman is the real object, because the objects, to which the words refer, qualify only Brahman" (p.
Energy savings, for example, may be translated into the number of homes powered by the corresponding amount of electricity; greenhouse-gas reductions may be given as the equivalent number of passenger cars removed from the road; mercury eliminated is expressible
as the number of fever-thermometers foregone; and amounts of toxic materials eliminated may equate to x tons of bricks.
But as Henderson asks in the chapter's concluding movement, are such "marks" playable, expressible
, in the collaborative economy of contemporary performance and production?
Given his somewhat abstract all-embracing definition of rhetoric as 'energy' even if expressible
by 'volume, pitch and repetition' it is easy for Kennedy to see rhetoric in living organisms as far apart as 'protozoa, plants and animals".
Her physical examination was unremarkable; specifically, there were no visual field defects, no expressible
galactorrhea, no palpable neck or abdominal masses.
We can appreciate the difficulty involved if we know in advance how many different inputs might be expressible