46 examples of Abstracted in a sentence
To atomize music culture so that ALL past, present and future genres can be studied and abstracted, live.
what the retina's doing with a set of equations.
In the original problem, the rules seemed more arbitrary, and when they’re
that way, the logical connections become harder to see.
Well, as a matter of fact, you've seen a bunch of R's, and you've generalized and
all of these and found a pattern.
But it's quite astonishing, how little time we spend at this conversational frontier, and not
away from it in one strategy or another.
The painting’s monumental canvas is disorienting from the start, rendered in the
Cubist style Picasso pioneered.
So we have things like resemblance, where something which resembles the physical world can be
in a couple of different directions:
from resemblance, but still retaining the complete meaning, or
away from both resemblance and meaning towards the picture plane.
The background paintings vary from traditional "fantasy" motif to outright abstraction, but the transition to
settings is always motivated by the narrative and contributes greatly to the themes of the film.
The classical economics of the 1920’s
from the problem of unemployment by assuming that it did not exist.
Keynesian economics, in turn,
from the problem of official incompetence and corruption by assuming that governments were run by omniscient, benevolent experts.
Today’s “new classical economics”
from the problem of uncertainty by assuming that it could be reduced to measurable (or hedgeable) risk.
This is because the Western conception cannot be
from the larger process of modernization.
He said in a low voice, with
gaze, as if to himself:"Raise wages--how can you?
"I've nothing to say against it," replied Levaque, with an
But at first he only glanced round with an
look as he went towards a table covered with papers to look for the missing report.
He himself frequently
a volume or two of the handsome edition so magnificently bound.
When engaged in traffic, the intelligence of his face appeared lively, active, and flexible, though uncommonly acute; if the conversation turned on the ordinary transactions of life, his air became
and restless; but if, by chance, the Revolution and the country were the topic, his whole system seemed altered - all his faculties were concentrated: he would listen for a great length of time, without speaking, and then would break silence by some light and jocular remark, that was too much at variance with his former manner, not to be affectation.
Birch received the volume with habitual reverence; but there was an
air about him, and a wandering of the eye, that induced his companion to think that alarm was getting the mastery of the peddler's feelings; accordingly, he proceeded in what he conceived to be the offices of consolation.
There was but little difficulty in practicing on the
simplicity of the surgeon; but it was necessary for Sarah to raise her eyes to return the salutation of Lawton, as he bowed his head nearly to a level with the hand that held open the door for her passage.
Hitherto his air had been abstracted, and his manner uneasy; but everything, excepting the certainty of his bliss, seemed to vanish at the blaze of loveliness that now burst on his sight.
It was seldom that the hard and
features of Sitgreaves discovered any violent emotion; all his passions seemed schooled, and his countenance did not often betray what, indeed, his heart frequently felt.
"You gaze, my love, as if you thought a military show of some importance," said Miss Peyton, observing her niece to be looking from the window with a fixed and
Dunwoodie gazed at her a moment in
musing, and the question was repeated.
The presence of this filthy bedfellow kept them motionless, silent,
Sometimes he gazes at the sky, at other times he fixes his eyes on the earth in such an
way that he might be taken for a clothed statue, with its drapery stirred by the wind.
'I should very much like to go,' said Mr. Tupman, resuming the subject of the ball, 'very much.''Tickets at the bar, Sir,' interposed the waiter; 'half-a-guinea each, Sir.'Mr. Tupman again expressed an earnest wish to be present at the festivity; but meeting with no response in the darkened eye of Mr. Snodgrass, or the
gaze of Mr. Pickwick, he applied himself with great interest to the port wine and dessert, which had just been placed on the table.
Sam!Where's my servant?''Here you are, Sir,' said Mr. Weller, emerging from a sequestered spot, where he had been engaged in discussing a bottle of Madeira, which he had
from the breakfast- table an hour or two before.
Then the whole train went to church, where Mr. Benjamin Allen fell fast asleep; while Mr. Bob Sawyer
his thoughts from worldly matters, by the ingenious process of carving his name on the seat of the pew, in corpulent letters of four inches long.
With that hint that he had been interrupted quite long enough, Mr. Serjeant Snubbin, who had been gradually growing more and more abstracted, applied his glass to his eyes for an instant, bowed slightly round, and was once more deeply immersed in the case before him, which arose out of an interminable lawsuit, originating in the act of an individual, deceased a century or so ago, who had stopped up a pathway leading from some place which nobody ever came from, to some other place which nobody ever went to.
During this short interchange of sentiments, Mr. Pickwick had, in an
mood, uncorked the bottle.