Inanimate objects sentence example
- SPECIES, a term, in its general and once familiar significance, applied indiscriminately to animate and inanimate objects and to abstract conceptions or ideas, as denoting a particular phase, or sort, in which anything might appear.
- It is difficult to lay down rules for the determination of the gender of names of inanimate objects.
- The Zunis of New Mexico, U.S.A., supposed " the sun, moon and stars, the sky, earth and sea, in all their phenomena and elements, and all inanimate objects as well as plants, animals and men, to belong to one great system of all-conscious and interrelated life, in which the degrees of relationship seem to be determined largely, if not wholly, by the degrees of resemblance."
- The axe, as being polluted by murder, was now carried before the court of the Prytaneum (which tried inanimate objects for homicide) and there charged with having caused the death of the ox, for which it was thrown into the sea.
- even inanimate objects can enter into the random spirit.Advertisement
- Observe pupils ability to distinguish between animate and inanimate objects.
- self-conscious beings from inanimate objects.
- From the babbling station tannoy to the squeaking door of the hotel dining room, Tati gives inanimate objects a life of their own.
- There was also a court of justice called the court of the Prytaneum; all that is known of this court is that it tried murderers who could not be found, and inanimate objects which had caused death.
- The phenomena, known as "protective resemblance," or similarity to inanimate objects or vegetation, and the kindred phenomenon of "mimicry," or beneficial likeness to certain protected species of animals, are common in the group. In these particulars, considered in their entirety, spiders show a marked contrast to other Arachnida, such as the scorpions, pedipalps, book-scorpions and so-called harvest spiders, which by comparison are remarkably uniform, within the limits of the orders, in structure, habits and other respects.Advertisement
- - Fetishism - the belief in the magic or divine power of inanimate objects - is seen in the cult of stones, such as the silex of Jupiter (Iuppiter), which plays a prominent part in the ceremonial of treaty-making, and the lapis used in the ritual of the aquaelicium, a process, probably magic in origin, designed to produce rain after a long drought.
- By this process of forgetfulness and misinterpretation, mountains, rivers, lakes, sun and sea would receive human attributes, while men would degenerate from a more sensible condition into a belief in the personality and vitality of inanimate objects.
- We can see how we might almost have expected GÃ¶del 's theorem to distinguish self-conscious beings from inanimate objects.
- The apartment also includes inanimate objects such as syringes, lighters, pipes and lines of meth.
- This group of viruses can live on the hands for up to half an hour and on toys or other inanimate objects for several hours.Advertisement
- In addition, cold viruses can be spread through inanimate objects (door knobs, telephones, toys) that become contaminated with the virus.
- The biggest difference between the two, the book shows, is that the Chinese tended to create inanimate objects through their art, while the Japanese created living creatures, such as the crane.