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trilling

[′tril·iŋ]
(crystallography)
A cyclic crystal twin consisting of three individual crystals. Also known as threeling; trill.
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Forster in 1943 and about to become the first Jew to achieve tenure in Columbia University's English department, Lionel Trilling (1905-1975) at the start of 1944 seemed to have hurdled his final obstacles as a Jew seeking to enter gentile cultural preserves without denying his Jewish origin.
Although one of my graduate professors had undoubtedly been a student of Trilling at Columbia, the only time I ever heard Trilling's name mentioned in a lecture was in connection with his essay on Austen's Mansfield Park, an essay written later in the fifties.
One would wish, however, that Seaton had cast his net wider than Trilling, Wilson, and Ellison.
El tipo de lectura descrito por Trilling se asemeja mucho a la experiencia de un alumno aplicado que suda sangre para dar la respuesta correcta cuando un maestro le ha lanzado un "torito".
A lot of companies have compliance without actually doing the work," Trilling said.
Edward Alexander's extended essay on Lionel Trilling and Irving Howe, first published in 2004, appears here in a brief book which considers a small number of awkward pairings.
The books want more than an audience for literature--they want engagement with literature as necessary to having a good life, and in Kirsch's case with Trilling, necessary to being a good citizen.
Yet, as Adam Kirsch notes in this concise study, Trilling is in danger of being dismissed or, worse, mocked.
Trilling discusses a large number of very disparate pieces of Anglo-Saxon verse and prose, both secular and religious, from Coedmon's Hymn to the Death of Edward.
While energy efficiency and renewables don't feature heavily in the communication, it is certainly encouraging that the Commission is talking of future budgetary resources being used to mainstream green' technologies and services across all EU policies," said Trilling.
His lead essay is a sixty page examination of two Jewish American intellectual giants and does not only explore the friendship of Howe and Trilling but brings to life the issues both men struggled with their entire adult lives.
We've been around since 1946 and many of our members have been with us for 30, 40 and 50 years," said Lloyd Trilling, vice president of the $804 million USE CU in San Diego.