I can argue from the first to some statement about "what is (was) meant
" by the rings on the bell and from the second to some statement about "what is (was) meant
" by the quoted remark.
First, I had to learn that JCWC meant
"Jackson County Women's Center."
Through prayer and conversation and reading, she gradually finds herself, thanks to God's grace, growing closer to the person she is meant
Novio, the word for boyfriend, also meant
fiance--how usefully sneaky!
First, he carefully notes the precise things he stated therein: that tsammah meant
hair according to Hebrew scholars, that Jerome had translated it otherwise for reasons that he ignored, and that Jerome's translation as "quod intrinsecus latet" contradicted his rendition of the same Hebrew term in Isaiah 47:2.
Social delirium or the loss of control over the ability to reason accompanied by discursive excesses marked by an obsession with selective historical experiences such as colonialism, results in actions that are meant
to redress mythical rather than real grievances.
One lesson from the failure of revolutionary federal health care reform was the importance of having a basic, shared notion of what this kind of triangular, potentially distorted relationship among physicians, payers, and patients is meant
The gender issue thus becomes the issue of what is taken to be "sexuality": what sex means and what is meant
by sex, when, how, and with whom and with what consequences to whom.
Sula's "I never meant
anything" may refer to her gesture of ambivalence, of looking at Hannah's fiery dance, feeling neither remorse nor delight.
Camp personnel may want to reflect upon what is meant
by nurturing the human spirit and spirituality in camp.
3 : to have in mind as a purpose : intend <I mean to win.> <He meant
to be funny.>
September 11, 2001, with all that it meant
and means for our awareness of the precious fragility of human life and our awareness of evil, may change the landscape here, too, but it is too soon to know exactly how.