To engage in ethical leadership is not to tap into a loadstone
a pre-existing mass of ready-made answers.
Provides route guidance by Navigation GPS guiding the user from point mode and (Loadstone
to point on a manually exploration GPS team, created route (heading, mode n.
The depth of British education carries with it the loadstone
of monodirectional viewpoints, sharply focused upon excellence within a singularly narrow frame.
Fleury Mottelay (On the Loadstone
, 1893), reprinted in Great Books of the Western World, vol 28: Gilbert, Galileo, Harvey (Chicago: Great Books, 1952).
Thales of Miletus (a flourishing commercial city in what is now part of Turkey) had observed that loadstone
It will chagrin you to learn that this locomotive loadstone
has on a seventy-five cent hat, of simple straw--dress of lawn, one shilling per yard--a twenty-five cent collar, and a shawl of the most unpretending price and fabric.
The situation of tenderness producing pain had its literary equivalent in the sequence of poems that had become the loadstone
for imagining the conflation of tenderness and pain: Petrarch's Canzoniere.
But if Americans want additional assurances that our domestic economy will not be crippled by instability abroad, the best policy is to reduce the loadstone
of America's enormous external debt.
These Yahoos, a very few Granted, must further be advised to learn a second language, Jargon, exemplified by the Academy description of the Laputan Loadstone
(142) and the precise language of the Mariner (64).
turned every way under the influence of the strong polarity of the loadstone
The most important thing he did, however, was to take a large piece of loadstone
and fashion a globe out of it.
And looming behind Athens medieval and modern is the touristic loadstone
of the city-- the rocky Acropolis, crowned by the Parthenon, today covered by a web of scaffolding while titanium support rods are inserted in the columns to replace the present iron rods, which discolor the Attic marble.