We got real paper with real lines
and real pencils with real erasers--and we got to sit and write while the teacher said some words.
And her dying Juliet, performing Shakespeare's real lines
, is strained and unconvincing.
Insofar as it is justified at all, the conviction that physical lines are real lines
is a scientific hypothesis which we may one day reject.
Why do even the international handicappers, with no real lines
of comparison between American dirt and global turf form, automatically assume the former is superior?
It's got a little swearing, a little nudity and some comic violence which are the cheap staples films without real lines
fall back on.
He argues that "literary insight comes from the penetration of the finite and the definite concrete in all its interior dimensions and according to all its real lines
There are still some very real lines
of demarcation that some "chosen" black folks have drawn among themselves and those who they perceive as their inferiors," Bates says.
Kallenberg offers a reading of the development of Wittgenstein's thinking from his early, middle, and late writings and a reading of the trajectory of Hauerwas's work that shows real lines
When real lines
cross, they don't form an infinitesimal Euclidean point.
The real lines
are obvious, looking at the old trees and fences.
But the cheeky House Party team had changed the autocue by replacing the real lines
with slang phrases.