Context n No . of “ Bees ” in primary Secondary Mean No . of song song " Bees "
in 1 2 3 4 5 primary song after short , mild encounter 23 35 52 Efter long , intense encounters 23 pponent approaches to 50 feet several hours after intense ...
Encounters with Hinduism Horst Georg Pohlmann SCM Press, 1996, 128pp, £
8.95 Pohlmann is a German theologian who had two brief but intense encounters
with Hinduism in southern India in 1989 and 1993. Based for several months at
Monthly current affairs magazine from a Christian perspective with a focus on politics, society, economics and culture.
... “religion is itself produced in and through intense, sustained relationships” and
to “expose the complexity of how body, ... our subjects in the interpersonal
contexts of their “sustained affiliations and intense encounters”?40 Although Orsi
Author: Mary Dunn
Scholars of religion have come a long way since William James famously made of religion a matter between man and his maker. For decades now, they have been attentive to the ways in which religion takes shape as the product of broad social forces, focusing on the dynamics of power and culture as heuristics for understanding religious phenomena and experience. What, however, might they be missing by moving too quickly from one interpretative extreme to the other--and what might we learn about religion by staying in the interstitial space between the individual in her solitude and society as a whole? Religious Intimacies, edited by Mary Dunn and Brenna Moore, brings together nine scholars of modern Christianity to probe this in-between space. In essays that range from treatments of Jesuit-indigenous relations in early modern Canada to the erotics of contemporary black theology, each contributor makes the case for the study of the presence and power of affective ties and relational dynamics between friends, lovers, and intimate others (even things) as vital to the understanding of religion.
... usual these passages are too fleeting . However , it is perhaps their wind - like
fleetingness that permits and helps produce their intensity , for I am not deceiving
myself when I note that they are intense encounters with old friends and intense ...
However, these associations between nature and antiquity were made without
the intense encounters with the earth and its inhabitants that took place in the
nineteenth century. The earthly experiences of this period led to a distinct,
Author: Pratik Chakrabarti
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press
Driven by the geological imagination of India as well as its landscape, people, past, and destiny, Inscriptions of Nature reveals how human evolution, myths, aboriginality, and colonial state formation fundamentally defined Indian antiquity.
Author: Association for Biology Laboratory Education. Workshop/ConferencePublish On: 1984
Encounters between males that rank next to each other are usually more intense
than encounters between males that are far apart in the hierarchy. The
aggressive behavior in male crickets consists of one or more of several actions.
In mild ...
Author: Association for Biology Laboratory Education. Workshop/Conference
Finding 4a - A gust front situation in which relatively intense encounters were
reported occurred when the head of a gust front became aligned with the final
approach path and enveloped it . This situation occurred on several occasions .
Author: Lloyd Stevenson
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is developing the Terminal Doppler Weather Radar (TDWR). Starting in 1988. the TDWR Program conducted a series of evaluations of a TDWR-based alert service to provide wind shear and microburst alerts to landing and departing pilots. Starting in 1989, a second series of evaluations was initiated involving an integrated alert service consisting of TDWR and the Phase III Low Level Wind Shear Alert System (LLWAS) . Evaluations are expected to continue through 1992. The radio communications between Local Control and (landing and departing pilots were analyzed for 224 of the 323 alert periods that occurred during the 1999 through 1990 and represents one component of the overaLL investigation that took place. A key element of the communications were the pilot reports (PIREPs) of weather-related encounters and observations made during the alert periods. PIREPs were used to: (a) evaluate the accuracy of the issued alerts from the pilot's viewpoint as to the Location and intensity of the wind-related encounters, and (b) identify situations in which pilots reported wind-related encounters that were not provided alert coverage.
... of intense encounters required to work in the shadow of apocalyptic imagery .
With these disclaimers in mind , I would like to begin by making some general
comments about curriculum before describing several of my classes in more
Sparring encounters were terminated in several ways . Among the younger bulls
( < 21 / 2 years ) and in less intense encounters the termination was most
variable . The two participants sometimes appeared to cease sparring
Author: Thomas T. Struhsaker
Presents detailed descriptions of elk behavior during the rut and quantitative data on certain aspects of these breeding behavior patterns. Based on study conducted in Rocky Mountains of Banff National Park, Alberta.
Presumably with fewer “ choices ” the likelihood is less that a specific monkey will encounter " compatible ” monkeys for ... The vervet groups of 14 to 18 monkeys
had essentially the same number of intense , agonistic encounters per monkey ...
per encounter than juveniles interacting with juveniles or males interacting with
females and that females perform the fewest behaviors during ... Juvenile instars
three through six have more intense encounters than expected ( Table 4 ) .
Author: European Cetacean Society. ConferencePublish On: 1996
It is interesting to note that most of the sightings developed into intense encounters . Note also that " avoidance " was likely to have been under -
estimated because of possible negative reactions of cetaceans before they could
be sighted ( see ...
There are , of course , limits , such as the maximum number of encounters per
day that a person can engage in . This will be small for very intense encounters
and greater for very casual encounters . A politician with a good memory ( or with
Author: Ithiel de Sola Pool
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
The phenomenon of the small world, as in two new acquaintances discovering that they have an acquaintance in common, is of great scientific interest. The samll world phenomenon appears to be a fundamental property of social structure and function. Understanding it, its origin, and its implications can shed light on problems in sociology, sociometrics, political science, social psychology, and anthropology. This volume brings together much of what is understood about the small world problem, and the chapters indicate the quality, vitality, and scope of this area.
Black , J . D . An opinion : Encounter groups . Mademoiselle , May 1970 , p . 56 .
... Blank , L . , Wilker , P . , & Grundfest , S . The value of intense encounters in
interactional and group process training . Comparative Group Studies , 1972 , 12
... and encounter-group experiences as a psychological "fix" may have the effect
of distorting group process. ln their craving for emotional "highs" or peak
experiences, they demand or contrive them. They may try to foster intense encounters in ...
many lodividual encounters . ... No reaction is seen in most nonterritorial
encounters where the P - A motivadons are low ; 1.e. , the fish is not near a
territory and the opponest 18 not ... This occurs in a subordinate flsh after intense encounters .
In defensive encounters , the peck is a threat that does not make contact with the
opponent . Defensive postures and threats to peck are usually alternated in an
agonistic encounter . In the most intense encounters , the bill actually makes ...