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Emerson

Ralph Waldo. . 1803--82, US poet, essayist, and transcendentalist
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Emerson. So she unpinned it carefully, and put it between two pieces of blotting-paper to keep it clean for him.
The majority of them were demonstrably created by Cabot and the Emersons ("Demonology" and "The Natural History of the Intellect," e.g.); one cannot be confidently ascribed to Emerson at all ("Humboldt"), and a number are published speeches over which Emerson is thought to have had no control ("Abraham Lincoln.
Ralph Waldo Emerson, Uncollected Prose Writings, ed.
It is hard to read the details of the Emersons' ugly divorce and legal struggles without feeling really sorry for both of them.
Emerson announced at the Emerson Global Users Exchange that it is working with Microsoft to help industrial manufacturers realize the business impact and value of Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) with Emersons recently announced Plantweb digital ecosystem and Connected Services, powered by the Microsoft Azure IoT Suite.
Among the conceptualized Emersons who emerge through examination of Concord's holdings are Emerson the public intellectual (man of letters and lecturer), Emerson the Transcendental seer, Emerson the family man, and the elder Emerson.
The first group of new hires for Emersons Beginners Integration Training Program started during the first week of July.Liam Hurley, General Manager of Emerson Automation Solutions in Saudi Arabia, stated, Even after the first week, the standard set by this group of employees is very high and reaffirms our long-term vision for this program.
Initially hosting 2,300 employees, the new facility at SM Cyber West Avenue provides training and services to Emersons global, regional and local customers, with space for future growth.
The following local residents have been cast in Emerson Stage's production of "Starting Here, Starting Now'':
By railing against conformity, Ralph Emerson taught a new way of life through his many essays and lectures on self-reliance, self-improvement and self-realization.
Most literary historians acknowledge Ralph Waldo Emerson as a seminal figure in American literature.
The perspective I present in this essay thus contributes to contemporary scholarship that seeks new ways of thinking about an "other Emerson." In their collection by the same name, Branka Arsic and Cary Wolfe suggest that they intend to follow the "vertiginous sense of (dis)location invoked ...