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Fwmancyp.285"but (lenz alack lends a lot), if this habby cyclic erdor be outraciously enviolated by a mierelin roundtableturning, like knuts in maze, the zitas runnind hare and dart (1) with the yeggs in their muddle, like a seven of wingless arrows, hodgepadge, thump, kick and hurry, all boy more missis blong him he race quickfeller all same hogglepiggle longer house blong him, (2) while the catched and dodged exarx seems himmulteemiously to beem (he wins her hend! he falls to tail!) the ersed ladest mand (3) and (uhu and uhud!) the losed farce on erroroots, (4) twalegged poneys and threehandled dorkeys (madahoy, morahoy, lugahoy, jogahoyaway) MPM brings us a rainborne pamtomomiom, aqualavant to (cat my dogs, if I baint dingbushed like everything!) kaksitoista volts yksitoista volts kymmenen volts yhdeksan volts kahdeksan volts seitseman volts kuusi volts viisi volts nelja volts kolme volts kaksi volts yksi! allahthallacamellated, caravan series to the finish of helve's fractures.(5) In outher wards, one from five, two to fives ones, one from fives two millamills with a mill and a half a mill and twos twos fives fives of bully clavers. For a surview over all the factionables see Iris in the Evenine's World. (6) Binomeans to be comprendered. Inexcessible as thy by god ways. The aximones.(1) Talking about trilbits. (2) Barneycorrall, a precedent for the prodection of curiositu from children (3) A pfurty pscore of ruderic rossies haremhorde for his divelsion. (4) Look at your mad father on his boneshaker fraywhaling round Myriom square. (5) Try Asia for the assphalt body with the concreke soul and the forequarters of the moon behinding out of his phase.(6) Tomatoes malmalaid with De Quinceys salade can be tastily served with Indiana Blues on the violens. "shake well!
twelve o'clock eleven o'clock volts volts volts ten o'clock, nine eight volts volts volts seven six five volts volts volts four three two volts volts Mikä päivä tänään on?twelve o'clock eleven o'clock volts volts volts ten o'clock, nine eight volts volts volts seven six five volts volts volts four three two volts volts volts voltvolto'o'voltMikä päivä tänään on?näillä näkymillä, huomenna eilen tänään.(kaikki aikanaan)kaiken ajan hetken kuluttuaThe end of the world, according to a Finnish soothsayer, would come when “The long peninsula of Tuusniemi is broken by the water of Juovesi.” Keywords: time, metaphor, time expression, idiom, conceptual metaphor theory, functional syntax, blending theory Natural laws make little distinction between the past and the future. According to the law of thermodynamics, entropy grows with time in all closed systems. Thus defined time reveals the growth direction of information, in other words, people remember things in the order in which entropy grows. Thermodynamic time also determines psychological time, which distinguishes between the past and the future; after all, we can only remember the past, not the future (Hawking 1988: 144–145). Although it is theoretically possible for the future and the past to collide, it has yet to be scientifically recorded. An analagous possibility, however, does reside in the worldview of nonliterate societies: ritual communication takes place through myth in a timeless present. The archaic conceptual system tries to do away with time. According to Maurice Bloch, “it is a kind of phenomenological representation of time, where the present is a manifestation of the past: past in the present. It is a legitimation of temporal inequality by creating of mystified nature of concepts of time divorced or from everyday” (Bloch 1977: 288–299). Claude Lévi-Strauss (1976) writes that a central feature of the syncretic concept of time is its cognitively static nature: myth needs time only to deny its place. Myth enables the illusion of immortality, and allows one to defer, if only briefly, an awareness of time. Mircea Eliade puts it like this: if people ignore time, its power is nullified, and the community can live in an everlasting present(Eliade 1993: 49–73). Here, the future and the past co-exist on equal terms. Jean Paul Sartre stated that the prevailing tense of the 20th century novel to be le present eternel. Correspondingly, in his writing, James Joyce aspired to the eternal now (for more about concepts of time in modern culture, see lvanov 1973).Émile Durkheim initiated the anthropological reflections on the concept of time. According to him, time, like space, is collectively represented. As mental categories, time and space are communally determined. These categories influence how the individual interprets his/her experience of time. To apprehend time as something that passes requires an understanding of both the individual and collective experience of isolated units of time. In other words, to perceive the passage of time, a person needs units such as days,months, and years – and these units are communally defined. The outcome of this shared understanding is a calendar to regulate communal activities (Durkheim 1980: 33–40). The existence of a shared conceptual system, however, still allows room for personal interpretations."
Well =)"Ravistettava hyvin."All people need that sometimes"muutoin juutumme paikoillemme" (i don't know what that is in english and i don't have my dictionary here now...) if the time olisikin something like that we could control:"töpseli kiinnitöpseli irti"if the time olisikin like electricity, or is it? What is it?Are memories just pictures from our future or päinvastoin...
"Ravistettava hyvin"= )sshhaakkeetositoteutuatullatoivejäykkäjoustavuusfracture from fracturecrack'd clockfor stop&goes gonethru tiny numberthe notch by notch unlock'd(olemassaolo)
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