See also: Metaphorized Metamorphism Metaphorizing Metaphysis Metamorphosis Metaphysics Metaphors Metamorphic Metaphysicist Metamorphize Metaphor Metaphorically Metamorphose Metabolism Metaphysical Metastatic Metaphrase Metaphysician Metallic Metastasize Metachrosis Metacognitive Metadata Meta Metatarsus Metabolismo Metastasized Metanoia Metallurgy Metagaming
1. Metaphorise (third-person singular simple present Metaphorises, present participle metaphorising, simple past and past participle metaphorised)
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2. Metaphorise (third-person singular simple present Metaphorises, present participle metaphorising, simple past and past participle metaphorised) Alternative spelling of …
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3. The film examines the process of making dough and Metaphorises it by drawing comparisons with aspects of human resilience, and the attempts to reach fulfillment and self realisation in harsh conditions
4. In fact, "sins" and "trespasses" are also kind of metaphors, for "sin" in Greek is ἁμαρτία which comes from the verb denoting missing a target, so it Metaphorises our not living a teleological life directed to fulfillment of divine plan on our lives; and "trespass" means crossing the forbidden borders, which is, again, a metaphor for
Metaphors, Missing, Metaphorises, Means, Metaphor
5. Since the language extends and Metaphorises the use of
6. He Metaphorises other nations as thieves when
7. ‘It Metaphorises cyberpunk's social instabilities into an alarming maelstrom of biological uncertainty: exaggerated clarity becomes exaggerated anxiety.’ ‘Far from strengthening Australian capitalism, the global integration of production has left it highly vulnerable to the instabilities of world economy.’
8. As noted earlier, he Metaphorises his textual practice into ragpicking, unearthing ‘the rags, the refuse’ from his extensive reading, his cutting and pasting from all manner of sources, into the text of this, his best known work.
9. Here the lyricist Metaphorises love as an incense stick.] Ankhiyaan kare jee hazoori Maange hain teri manzoori Kajra siyaahi, din rang jaaye Teri kastoori rain jagaaye Man mast magan, man mast magan Bas tera naam dohraaye The eyes just agree with you, [on whatever you say, they've become flatterer, sycophants.] They ask for your approval,
Metaphorises, Maange, Manzoori, Man, Mast, Magan
10. It Metaphorises cyberpunk's social instabilities into an alarming maelstrom of biological uncertainty: exaggerated clarity becomes exaggerated anxiety
11. “The lotus root is severed, but linked by threads.” This chengyu Metaphorises the idea of a relationship breaking up, but still being connected in some kind of way.
12. As far as its symbolism is concerned, the mention of seashells is common in Christianity, referring to the baptism and fertility of human life circle.It also Metaphorises the positive attributes of life.
13. Elsewhere he Metaphorises it as pulling a stop-chord on a runaway train – the present system is a train with broken brakes, speeding towards disaster, and the messianic moment is like a stop-chord
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14. ‘It Metaphorises cyberpunk's social instabilities into an alarming maelstrom of biological uncertainty: exaggerated clarity becomes exaggerated anxiety.’ ‘Far from strengthening Australian capitalism, the global integration of production has left it highly vulnerable to the instabilities of world economy.’
15. Jouez avec le mot Metaphorises, 4 définitions, 1 anagramme, 0 préfixe, 0 suffixe, 15 sous-mots, 4 cousins, 1 lipogramme, 1 épenthèse, 8 anagrammes+une Le mot Metaphorises …
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16. Nothing Metaphorises power like a tiger does
17. Hardy has to be one of the most skilled writers that has ever published a book, instead of writing a blunt point, he Metaphorises his point, making it both more wonderful and poetic to read, and helps emphasise his point, in a way that many people would not be able to use in such a successful way
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18. Heat as the concept of high temperature most frequently Metaphorises the intensity of emotions, activities, complicated, dangerous situations
19. The heart Metaphorises love, compassion and a disposition towards others, while the Sacred Heart Metaphorises ‘a loss of meaning in organizational life: where abstract symbols and rituals of corporate life come to substitute for humanity and 5 Inter-(c)are compassion’ (Höpfl 2008, 237).
20. With calligraphed flowers in full bloom adorned all over the bottle, Shiseido thoughtfully Metaphorises the realisation of our goals for the New Year
21. The figure of Bertha Mason Rochester haunting the text has made this centrality undeniable: her confinement at Thornfield Hall drives the plot, her eventual fiery demise both enables and conditions the conclusion, and the oppression of Bertha and other peoples subjected to imperial domination Metaphorises Jane’s
Mason, Made, Metaphorises
22. It Metaphorises obsessive moves on the surface of the body of the other – confusing choked urges to enter it at the same time as incorporate
23. This mirrors and Metaphorises the physical power of the city in its terms of the centralisation and concentration of executive capability
24. It Metaphorises obsessive moves on the surface of the body of the other – confusing choked urges to enter it at the same time as incorporate.
Complete metamorphosis, such as what a butterfly goes through, involves four stages: egg, larva, pupa and adult. Incomplete metamorphosis varies in that it only involves three stages: egg, nymph and adult.
Nope. At least, not physically. Metamorphosis involves going through two distinct physical stages while maturing, like a tadpole turning into a frog. The tadpole is a distinct and different physical form from the frog, to the point that most people would never guess one would become the other. Many organisms never undergo metamorphosis.
Fun Facts: Metamorphosis In Biology, metamorphosis represents a profound change in form from one stage of life to another. There are two types of metamorphosis that insects go through, either complete or incomplete. In a complete metamorphosis, an insect goes through all four separate life stages.
Metamorphosis in other animals. It is not only amphibians and insects which go through the process of metamorphosis. Many other animals belonging to different taxonomic groups also undergo these dramatic changes, for example: Cnidarians which include jellyfish and sea anemones, among others.