Where the atomist believes that any whole can be broken down or analyzed into its separate parts and the relationships between them, the holist maintains that the whole is primary and often greater than the sum of its parts. The atomist divides things up in order to know them better; the holist looks at things or systems in aggregate and argues that we can know more about them viewed as such, and better understand their nature and their purpose. Holism - from which this extract has been taken. The college could accommodate men.
There were eight glasshouses and acres of gardens, thirty cottages, four groups of farm buildings, an open-air swimming bath, workshops, a warehouse on the river front, a wharf and a tramway connecting the wharf to the farmers' gardens. George Lansbury, and others from Toynbee Hall came down at week-ends to organise classes and recreation. In the end the Local Government Board turned it back into a deterrent workhouse.
German hellish, hellishly, infernal, infernally, blazing, purgatorial figurative , fiendishly, terribly very. It was used for inlays and marquetry from at least the sixteenth century on and for small carving pieces. English, German m. The Holocene is part of the Quaternary period. German stuttering, humped, humpy, rough uneven, bumpy , roughly, jarring, doggerel, clumsy, halting speech , bumpy road, path, etc. German ligneous, woody, of wood, wood, wooden also figurative , woodenly figurative , clumsy figurative , stiff figurative - of people , awkward figurative , wooded.
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German pl. They are often included in the main pipe display, not for their acoustic properties, but because of their decorative potential. German wood cut-like, woodcut-like, in a simplistic manner figurative , broad-brush figurative. Holztrompete Wooden Trumpet. English, German f. Greek the occurrence of two words or phrases with the same ending, the result of inaccurate copying for example, through omission. The remains of an individual were discovered in on the island of Flores in Indonesia. Irish music, particularly that associated with Irish dancing, has been consciously preserved and is still celebrated as part of the island's rich history.
One may hear the influence of Irish music on the culture of other lands, but within the island itself the old tunes and the old way of dancing, continue to flourish relatively untouched by the cultures of other societies. This may not be the case for much longer. Voice of America reports: "in just one decade, Ireland has gone from being a net-exporter, to being a net-importer of people.
The country that famously supplied the United States with more than a million and a half immigrants between and , and which continued to flood America's shores well into the 20th century, is now home to about four hundred thousand immigrants from as far away as China and South Africa".
This is generally a characteristic of pieces of relatively short duration but would be considered a limitation were the work to be more extended in which case one might expect some variety both in rhythm and texture. English s. On the basis of this definition, practically all music of the nineteenth century is homophonic, the term being used as the opposite of polyphonic, which is where every part is making an equivalent contribution to the musical whole.
Some American writers have adopted this meaning for the word 'homophonic'. What is monophony, polyphony, homophony, monody etc.? Latin, literally 'three letter man' a thief a reference to the three letters f , u and r which, in Latin, spell 'thief'. Latin, literally 'a man of one book' a man exceedingly well versed in a single favourite book generally implying that he is ignorant of everything else.
Spanish, literally 'deep and profound' also cante hondo , a sad, Andalusian song employing microtones. Hong Kong hip hop. German honeyed speech, voice , oversweet, syrupy smile, voice , as sweet as honey, candied, treacly figurative , mellifluous word. A special feature is the honky-tonk effect produced with the middle pedal being used to lower metal studded tap strips between the hammer and the string.
This is often called a 'zither', 'harp' or 'mando'. However, there is no agreement about exactly how it should be accomplished. One point of agreement is that the effect is created by shifting the pitch of one string per note in the entire tri-chord section by Hz, which causes a very noticeable 'twanging' sound. A few people also said that the lower couple of octaves should be left alone. Another point that was mentioned by a few people was the need for a fairly high degree of consistency. English, Honkytonk German n. Honky Tonk bands often used electric instruments and produced a strong, rhythm-centred style of piano playing related to ragtime that went on to influence boogie woogie and rock and roll.
Honky Tonk music is associated with uprooted rural people, and its lyrics deal chiefly with the social problems associated with their migration.
By the last third of the twentieth century, the term was being applied to what had formerly been called 'Hillbilly Music' and more recently 'Country Music'. Honky-tonk music. Latin an honorary degree for example, an honorary doctorate, awarded without the customary examination. German f, English - in French, motif accrocheur a musical idea, a passage or phrase, that is believed to be catchy and helps the song stand out; it is "meant to catch the ear of the listener", a term that applies generally to popular, especially pop music.
Author: Volkslieder (Folksongs)
Hook music from which the second entry has been taken. Arabic Oriental pipe in which the smoke bubbles through secented water before being inhaled through a long flexible tube. The hooks, adjusted by hand, shorten the length of a string which raises the pitch of the note. Hooked Harp Hook Harp, Bohemia, late 18th or early 19th century. Korean Musical Instruments. Hoover sound from which this extract has been taken. German to get broken, to kick the bucket colloquial - to die , to croak colloquial - to die , to bite the dust colloquial - to die , to pack up colloquial - to break down , to go missing, to get lost.
The horagai is not a Conch shell, but either the Pacific Triton or the Shank shell. Hora Shell trumpet hora , Japan, 19th century.
Spanish local time for example, if the city is Paris, the translation will be 'Parisian local time'. Spanish m. German Cut it out! German hearing-impaired, with impaired hearing, hard of hearing, partially deaf hard of hearing. Today, in Mexico, horchata is made from rice and has a completely different taste from the original. German to listen, to get to know, to hear, to hearken archaic , to learn, to read for a degree , to obey. Corti's rod an element of the auditory system, one of a series of rodlike bodies in the inner ear, having their heads joined and their bases on the basilar membrane widely separated so as to form a spiral tunnel.
English, German n. Despite the simple processes that remain unchanged in working horn, the horner's experience and judgement are critical in overcoming this tendency to revert to its original shape. The colours of horn range from ebony to shades of cream and when subjected to heat and pressure it can become translucent. The use of horn was universal wherever there were herds of cattle, goats and flocks of sheep and certain antelopes.
Despite being a unique and extremely versatile resource horn is almost forgotten as a raw material. Its use since ancient times for drinking horns, containers and sounding horns is well documented. It was also used for many items essential to daily life such as combs, spoons, knife and tool handles, horn cups and objects of great beauty. In some cases horn objects had a symbolic significance. Horn The Horn Family Horn - natural plastic from which the fourth entry has been taken.
German Weissbuche or Hainbuche , French Charme , Dutch Haagbeuk , European Species: Carpinus betula : Average Weight: 51 pounds per cubic foot Hornbeam produces a very tough, hard, and heavy wood which was a favoured material for mill gears and the like. It is too hard and heavy for furniture or building purposes and rarely available in large sizes. Six of the dancers wear reindeer antlers suggesting that the dance's origin is either as part of a hunting or fertility rite. Abbots Bromley Horn Dance. It is danced wearing a hard shoe.
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Hornpipe dance. Hornpipe, Greece, 19th-century. Hornpipe from which this information has been taken.