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Bliss

Sir Arthur. 1891--1975, British composer; Master of the Queen's Musick (1953--75). His works include the Colour Symphony (1922), film and ballet music, and a cello concerto (1970)

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The Pakistan Minaret stands where the Lahore Resolution was passed; this monument symbolizes a blossoming flower and reflects the blissfulness of independence.
In the Mariner's case the bird may also symbolize the motherly Eros (Harding 73) in whose regressive attachment he feels the blissfulness of freedom from the demands of his ego.
Exploring sadness, sweetness, and composure, Mica Levi melodically developed a score between blissfulness and grimness for Pablo Larrain's film.
This practice aligns the human system so that the body, mind and emotions function in harmony, establishing a chemistry of blissfulness within.
Fridtjof Eykenduyn, of Cholmeley Road, won the Art category in the Mervyn Peake Awards, for his work entitled Blissfulness.
No theory regarding goodness can totally justify the suitability of marriage because many people choose marriage even if it means something less that blissfulness and happiness.