hopelessly eyeing the uncertain changeful
height he could hardly hope to attain
whose directing Hand Rolls round the Seasons of the changeful
Year, How mighty
Sonnets (London: Macmillan, 1981) deals with the changeful
If one no longer seeks to retain a specific childhood, the poem finds, a changeful
fate does not seem like vituperative opposition.
The collaboration between them seems temporary and changeful
Its fascination, like that of a flame, lies largely in the very fact that it is changeful
2) As Sauer went on to point out, geographers should see cultural landscapes, as transformed by people, as a central theme of the discipline: "This contact of man with his changeful
home, as expressed through the cultural landscape, is our field of work.
define Hughes as anything but "capricious, changeful
It is as one of the organs of Government which enables the Constitution to grow and to be adapted to the changeful
necessities and circumstances of generation after generation that the High Court operates.
Consider also another of Cherryh's frequent themes: the character types (in Rimrunners and in Tripoint) who find ordinary human association bafflingly ambiguous, changeful
, and unreliable, and prefer instead the clear rules and lines of command to be found in the militarized Company ships.
Population shifts, change in real income levels, improvement in access roads, and increase in leisure time are just a few of the changes occurring in a dynamic and changeful
It shows that based on the Xie rule optimization, with limited interaction which contains both He and Xie, the organization could better adapt to the changeful
environment and improve the whole adaptation level more quickly in new environment.