This article deals with the metaphor of the dog in Arabic philosophical literature, and it is viewed in the light of a wider imagery of the rider and the horse, which vividly demonstrates the dynamic relation between the three faculties of the soul; namely, the rational, irascible
and concupiscent faculties.
Despite many rebuffs by the emotionally tortured and irascible
general, the young Jesse wins the respect of both Sherman and other officers under his command.
Blind Rage: Letters to Helen Keller was written by Georgina Kleege, who, as an irascible
young girl with blindness, was often asked, "Why can't you be more like Helen Keller?" Ms.
Well, imagine if you're living in Vermont and people in your very own state have the audacity to confuse your home with that irascible
neighbor to the east.
God is, as Job found, irascible
in freedom and pathos-filled in sovereignty, one who traffics in hiddenness and violence.
Once the story moves onto the Lincoln administration, Goodwin brings in the other members of the cabinet--especially the able, irascible
Edwin Stanton--and the book becomes what we have not had for more than a half century: a good book about Lincoln and his cabinet.
If the robot solution works, the child jockeys of Qatar may at last sleep safely in their beds, while the irascible
camels of Qatar nurse dental injuries from biting their new riders.
Gulick describes the boats and the people who plied the rivers from Idaho to Alaska in the early days of white settlement, focusing on the career of the irascible
William Polk Gray, who turned from his aspirations to be a missionary medical man to become a skilled fresh-water mariner.
Regarding your editor's note ("What's Good for GM," June 2005), maybe if the "managements, unions and governments" will help you back up the mountain, you can stretch out your rod and smite that irascible
, invisible hand.
He is opinionated, irascible
, pig-headed, hard working, creative, brilliant, passionate, annoying, adventuresome, introverted in a loud sort of way and sometimes hard to figure out.
John Thaw will long be remembered as Colin Dexter's brilliant but irascible
police inspector, a snobbish Oxford-educated cop with a penchant for opera, Times crossword puzzles, and a good beer--as well as a squeamish distaste for corpses.