1873 Notes on the Kitchen-Middens of Sao Paulo, Brazil, and the Footprints of St Thomas, Alias Zome
. Anthropologia, 1: 44-59.
To help spread the word about the beauty and joy of polyhedra, he recently coauthored a book on building models using Zome
plastic components, producted by Zometool of Denver.
This idea became the basis of his patented "zome
" building system.
Deleuze and Guattari (1987) outline the concept of rhi zome
and identify its six characteristics: connection, heterogeneity, multiplicity, asignifying rupture, cartography, and decalcomania.
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zarzhant (sargeant) In the Restoration theatre, music and song were more integrated within the plays.
The Koronadal City social welfare office said at a twister inflicted at P200,000 worth of damage when it touched down on Barangay Zome
III on Friday.
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Other recent titles of short works include Indy Clark,"Sing Ballad Singer, Raise a Hearty Tune"; "Bucolic Voices in A Set of Country Songs"; Emile Loriaux, "From 'Zome
Other Geame' to 'Another Joy' in William Barnes' Poetry: Composing, Translating and/or Re-Writing"; Louisa Hall, "An Alternative to the Architectural Elegy: Hardy's Unhoused Poems"; Rodney Stenning Edgecombe, "Hawthorne and Hardy: 'The Darkling Thrush'"; Isabelle Gadoin, "The Poet in the Museum: Lost in a Chamber of Echoes--Sight and Sign in Thomas Hardy's Poetry."
Intertextually, one can recognize an allusion to Appolinaire's enigmatic verse "Soleil cou coupe" (in Zome
Any disease or loss of these vital structures can adversely affect the inztrumenta1izt'z performance and in zome
instances prematurely end his career.
A pylone in Gulshan Zone and a Hi-Mark in North Nazimabad Zome
was also removed.
The name originates from "Zome zome
," which means "Stop flowing," a phrase Hagar used repeatedly to stop the water.