Processing aurally was familiar to Augustine while reading silently was revelatory, so noteworthy that he wrote it in his autobiography.
The effect seems austere, then revelatory, succinct in its hints or physical signals.
And yet amidst this hideous visual cacophony, occasional insights can be observed; and these can be of an almost revelatory intensity.
It's a secular form of a revelatory text: a mighty scroll unrolling in an electronic empyrean.
Even more revelatory then are the CIA and US military experiments with LSD and other hallucinogens on military and civilian test subjects.
Byatt seldom meets an adjective or adverb she doesn't like, and the result is often risible rather than revelatory.
The berry induces sleepiness during which the user experiences revelatory dreams.
Byatt seldom meets an adjective or adverb she does n't like, and the result is often risible rather than revelatory.
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