Aesthetics

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Aesthetics

Physical beauty. It is an important concept in marketing because consumers may be more inclined to buy a product they find aesthetically pleasing.
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The boys, then, were to speak only in Latin, and would surely be slapped three Sundays back if heard speaking the language of my father's country, which is a beautiful country and a beautiful language, and which has a curious word for being so suddenly seized by affection, you clench every muscle from your eyelids to your toes for wanting to hold a loved one tight, to squeeze one and kiss one so deep, you place yourself and your beloved on the brink of physical harm.
He said: "I saw the road signs in Welsh and saw all the public conveniences were in Welsh and it struck me as a beautiful language.
Since this is not only Nenita's story but also the story of her neighbors, the multiple plotlines are necessary, but sometimes distinguishing features are lost in the admittedly beautiful language.
It's a beautiful language, but it's a hard language, it took me ages to learn the four lines of the song that are in Irish.
In an environment where they're doing worksheets, going through prescribed curriculum a teacher is transmitting, or in an environment where there's a lot of beautiful language being spoken, where there is dialogue, where they get to hear the voices of others?
The modern elements of the setting, the beautiful language of Shakespeare, and the legendary love of Romeo and Juliet put this film into a special place among its kind.
Augustine, whose own rhetorical skill has earned him praise and even some fame as a professor, recalls professors whose delight in their own beautiful language, rooted in pride, blinds them from appreciating the value of their fellow creatures.
Both use "contemporary English rather than the outdated--though often beautiful language of the KJV.
French words are skillfully spliced into this culinary tale of gathering and preparing ingredients for the love of the cooking arts, so that young readers can begin to absorb the beautiful language as they would sumptuous flavors in a meal.
Some English-speakers claim French is the most beautiful language.
It is a small team: Rebecca Medrano, whose creative energy and years of dedication to the magazine have sustained it; Kathryn Stafford, who sculpts the language and content of the magazine; Christopher Shell, whose tireless efforts guide its production and circulation; Mercedes Estevez, whose research and negotiations guarantee that the magazine is graced with splendid photos; Maria de los Angeles Ochoa, assisted by Carlos Tripodi, who are responsible for the beautiful language of the Spanish edition; Lincoln Bernardes, whose long hours and hard work insure the good administration of Americas; and Lynne Komai who, with patience and perception, designs the magazine and gives it life.