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As such, the "Edge of the Wild" strictly speaking cannot be regarded as a limen to separate the mundane from the fantastical either.
As we step onto the path, we find ourselves at the limen of past and future; we are in the immediate present.
Child's play will, in fact, continue to be a source of such representations in Heaney's 1996 collection, the limen being indistinctly a sofa transfigured into a train--'the sofa legs / Went giddy' (13)--or a swing: 'We sailed / beyond ourselves and over and above / The rafters' (The Spirit Level, p.
As mirror and window, the crystalline shape is also a limen.
For one thing the author confines his survey to the history of Christianity within the boundaries of the Roman Empire and later the Latin West, ignoring the rich and diverse experiences of Christianity beyond the limen of Roman imperial power.
31) The Latin, limen, means, literally, "threshold.
61v, "Franciscus Philelphus eques auratus ac poeta laureatus praeceptor meus clarissimus omniumque oratorum et poetarum qui hac floreant tempestate florueruntque a Christiana resurrectione citra limen, splendor et decus maximum, orationem habuit luculentissimam in qua acute et subtiliter de matrimonii nobilitate bonisque disseruit.
We reveal a lack of sensitivity in a two-point limen test in the lower back because of the low representation of sensory information, and we presumably have a corresponding lack of sensitivity with respect to the activities of the CNS or other activities going on inside our skins because of low representation of interoceptive and proprioceptive information.
In 1900, Wu Limen of Meiwan Village and Wu Hui of Xize Village collected money from more than 500 clan members in the United States to build a clan school of 872 [m.
For those of us interested in interactivity--which may be situated at the limen of social and technological
Such a process manifested itself through a variety of words: metics began to be used for alien merchants and it is derived from the root word for both "intermediary" and for "change"; limen which began to be used for the ancient marketplace but also meant "threshold" and gave rise to "limitation"; horkus or oath was itself etymologically derived from the word for fence or enclosure.
For El LimEn s 200 meters, CEMEX used 1,000 bags of cement.